Data is a powerful tool, but only if used in the right way.

Using Data to Plan Effective Math Remediation

Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions ~ Interesting! (Free ideas.)

Math Strategy Instruction: Asking Ourselves Better Questions ~ Interesting!) This is a great resource for a math teacher to reflect on to ensure they are focusing on the concepts and not just the procedure.

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How One Coach Keeps It All Together. A Story. (Ms. Houser)

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Tough Conversations: Supporting Teachers, No Matter What

The Start-Up Guide to Instructional Coaching: How to make a real difference on your campus! Over 80 pages of information and ideas to get started as an instructional coach. Buzzing with Ms.

Math Coach's Corner: Introducing Number Bonds with Hands-On Experiences

Introducing Number Bonds with Hands-On Experiences

Math Intervention: Math Coach's Corner: Introducing Number Bonds with Hands-On Experiences

Great FREE math tools to use with your interactive white board!

FREE Number Sense Technology Tool

Math Coach's Corner: Math IS Real Life.  Read about my mathematical adventures in remodeling!  Includes ideas for classroom uses. Part of a monthly link up focusing on real world math.

Math IS Real Life

Math Coach's Corner: Math IS Real Life. Read about mathematical adventures in remodeling! Includes ideas for classroom uses. Part of a monthly link up focusing on real world math.

Does your school need a math coach?  Have you ever thought about becoming a math coach?  Read more about the responsibilities of a math coach and how having one can really help your school!

Does your school need a math coach? Have you ever thought about becoming a math coach? Read more about the responsibilities of a math coach and how having one can really help your school!

Developing Part/Whole Thinking - Math Coach's Corner

Developing Part/Whole Thinking

Understanding part/whole thinking helps students work flexibly with numbers as they learn all the ways numbers can be composed and decomposed.

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If you& a new instructional coach, and you& reading this in real time, it& November. Even if you& not a new coach, but you& re.

Math Coach's Corner: Skip-Counting by tens

Skip-Counting Routine

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