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Thinking with Numbers

Thinking with Numbers

Thinking with Numbers

All Kinds of Minds
All Kinds of Minds
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

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Launch date: 10 Jun 2014
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Last updated: 08 Jan 2020

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Tarja Fowler (6 Aug 2019)
Very useful information. I wish that the pages on this course was made print friendly. It would be nice to print these pages and use them throughout the year as a reference.
Pamela Olson (25 Jul 2018)
If you have a weak memory, this is not the one to take.
Mrs Courtney Davis (21 Dec 2016)
contains many useful tips that are easy to implement with my students.

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Description

Mathematics is among the most cumulative of academic areas. The learner must constantly integrate new and more sophisticated skills and concepts into a network of math knowledge. In order for students to progress to more complex mathematical tasks, a portion of math knowledge must become automatized. As basic abilities (such as producing addition and subtraction facts) become automatic, the learner is able to operate more effectively on higher mathematical levels. Such levels include the use of math procedures (such as the steps for long division and the rules for multiplying fractions), the building of math concepts (such as ratio and proportion), and the process of problem solving (as in math word problems).

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Learn ways to help students master mathematical concepts before moving on to more complex concepts and skills
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All Kinds of Minds
on behalf of Association of Texas Professional Educators

At All Kinds of Minds, we are passionate about learning. About giving teachers the knowledge to reach all their students. About the science of learning. About seeing every student reach their potential – fully!
By building expertise around how students learn, we can transform schools. We can put the knowledge of how to help students where it belongs – in the hands of teachers. And we can prepare all kinds of minds for success in school and life.

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User Reviews (12)

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Tarja Fowler (6 Aug 2019)
Very useful information. I wish that the pages on this course was made print friendly. It would be nice to print these pages and use them throughout the year as a reference.
Pamela Olson (25 Jul 2018)
If you have a weak memory, this is not the one to take.
Mrs Courtney Davis (21 Dec 2016)
contains many useful tips that are easy to implement with my students.
Mrs Araceli Hernandez (19 Dec 2017)
This course makes a great connection between learning about math and thinking skills.
Karen Utsey (17 Mar 2018)
I am extremely visual. This was an exercise in futility. I will never recommend this site to anyone ever.
Brian Riley (16 May 2018)
Very informative information is presented in this course.
Magdalena Gonzalez (13 Dec 2016)
Extremely informative. Contains many useful tips that are easy to implement.
(12 Nov 2019)
Very thorough information. I like that it gives specific ideas to implement in the classroom based on various obstacles students face.
Nicole Wims (11 Aug 2018)
Many of the articles include helpful hint sections, which provide great ideas for teaching strategies to improve student success.
Mrs Debra Kagle (1 Nov 2016)
Thinking with Numbers was an extremely useful course, I can see myself applying many of the helpful tips in my classroom on a daily basis. I am particularly interested in the mental imagery/impact of attention and spatial ordering pertaining to problem solving and multi-step problems. I am egger to apply what I have learned with all of my students.
Mr Ernesto Carreon (1 Mar 2017)
Excellent strategies to help students with math at all levels.
Ms Bridget Schulke (1 Jun 2019)
This course shared great information for new math teachers!

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