January Resources for Math Teachers.

January 17, 2018 Monthly Resources for Math Educators, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments
 Week 1 - Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) believed that all people were created equal and he helped to make sure that African Americans were treated the same as all other people in America. We celebrate his life on his birthday in January every year, as he is a person who changed [...]
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December Resources for Math Teachers.

December 2, 2017 December Math Problems, Monthly Resources for Math Educators, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments
 Week 1 - Stars Early Childhood:Jessica looked out her window and  made her wish, "Star light, star bright first star I see tonight, grant me this wish tonight." She noticed 3 very bright stars that could be connected to form a triangle. Draw a picture of how the stars Jessica wished upon might have looked.Upper Elementary:The brightest [...]
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November Resources for Math Teachers.

October 26, 2017 Monthly Resources for Math Educators, November, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments
 Week 1 - Wheels Early Childhood:Jake and Jordan like to play with toy cars. They brought 10 cars out to the sandbox to play. If Jake brought out 7 cars, how many cars did Jordan bring?Upper Elementary:One-fourth of the vehicles at Danielle's Cycle Shop are tricycles. The rest are bicycles. Danielle counted a total of 45 wheels [...]
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One New Thing Webinar

October 3, 2017 Mathematical Musings, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments

Join the Looney Math Consulting team on our first webinar. Our intent is to foster conversation and connections while we celebrate “one new thing” from our math teaching practice this fall. If you are interested in joining other educators to help you grow your professional network, this webinar might be for you! Thursday, October 19 from […]

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“My Students Can’t Do That”

October 1, 2017 Mathematical Musings, News, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments

“My Students Can’t Do That” What is your reaction to that statement? How does this connect with your belief about education? When watching a webinar by Andrew Gael this summer, this slide was presented and the impact, for me, was jarring. These are words I never want to hear. This belief system prevents forward momentum. […]

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October Resources for Math Teachers

September 29, 2017 Monthly Resources for Math Educators, Updates for Math Educators - News by Looney Math Consulting No comments
 Week 1 - Birthday Party MathMath Problems of the Week:Early Grades:Joey had a birthday party. He invited 12 friends to his party. If 7 of his friends are boys, how many are girls?Show how you know.Middle Grades:Joey's mom made cupcakes for his 11th birthday. She made 24 cupcakes and arranged them in rows and columns [...]
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