# Math Teaching Resources

The Learning to Think Mathematically series, written by Dr. Jeff Frykholm, is now available free from The Math Learning Center. These insightful books provide families and educators with innovative resources and novel strategies to help young learners develop powerful mathematical insights and problem-solving strategies.

Last year we added **Math and the Mind’s Eye** to our collection of free resources. Math and the Mind’s Eye is a supplemental program based on visual models that can be taught in sequence or used as individual lessons.

** Learning List, **a K-12 instructional materials evaluation service, recently released independent alignment reports and an editorial review of ** Bridges in Mathematics** second edition. Each grade level K-5 was found to address 100% of the Common Core State Standards.

Dan Meyer, former high school math teacher presented a TEDtalk titled “Math class needs a makeover.” In this witty examination of a typical high school math lesson, Meyer outlines his teaching techniques which are anything but typical.

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The Number Frames App is now available for download! Here's a quick overview of how the app works.

We are excited to be attending the NCTM Annual Meeting in New Orleans this year! In addition to showcasing Bridges Second Edition and our growing collection of virtual manipulatives, we will be hosting five presentations on various topics.

**Number Corner** is a skill-building program that revolves around the classroom calendar. The program features short daily workouts that introduce, reinforce, and extend skills and concepts related to the critical areas of study at each grade level.