The Math Learning Center is committed to offering free tools, materials, and other programs in support of our mission to inspire and enable individuals to discover and develop their mathematical confidence and ability.
Elementary Educator at Frank W. Begley Public School in Windsor, Ontario
What inspired you to become an educator?
First and foremost, my love of kids inspired me to become an educator. Also, I credit two all-star educators in high school—Nancy Lilliman and Rick McInnis literally saved my life. And based on the impact they had on my livelihood, I realized the incredible role an educator can have on the life of others. This planted the seed.
Vi Tamargo, Curriculum Developer, Professional Learning & Karrisa Barrera, Content Marketing Manager
Apr 30, 2021
This year more than ever, we here at The Math Learning Center want to express our sincere gratitude to educators. We have watched you meet the challenges of this school year with grace, renewed commitment, resilience, and flexibility. You’ve inspired us with your creativity and innovation as we’ve watched you adjust course to not only support your students’ learning but to build community and connection in your virtual and physical classrooms.
During Teacher Appreciation Week, we want to express gratitude for our staff, many of whom are former and current educators. We're
We often ask students to notice the math in the world around them. On Earth Day, we can ask students to consider how they can have a positive impact on their world by preserving and protecting it. Earth Day is celebrated each year on April 22. We’ve created a set of app activities to help you engage your students in mathematics while providing opportunities to discuss the importance of taking care of our environment.
If you’re an educator, it’s been hard to miss the buzz about growth mindset and its impact on learning and achievement these past few years. The role families play in shaping children’s beliefs about themselves and their attitudes toward learning is invaluable.
Carol Dweck, originator of the term growth mindset, says, “If parents want to give their children a gift, the best thing they can do is to teach their children to love challenges, be intrigued by mistakes, enjoy effort, and keep on learning.”