Save time with Google Classroom™ Integration

Did you know that Pearson Realize™ now features an integration option with Google Classroom™? This means that you can use enVisionmath2.0 content together with your Google Classroom instructional plans to save time and better reach all students. Choose digital content from Pearson Realize, assign materials, communicate, and collaborate with students with one click via the Classroom Share button. You will need a few things before you can begin using Pearson[…]

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Productive Struggle in the Mathematics Classroom

Contributed by Sheila Aherin “Many findings suggest that some form of struggle is a key ingredient in students’ conceptual learning.”   (Hiebert and Grouws 2007, 388). The idea of allowing my students to “struggle” was counterintuitive to me as a teacher. It seemed much more efficient to walk students through one or more examples, and then students practiced what I showed them. I used manipulatives as a regular part of my[…]

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Adaptive Homework and Practice Powered by Knewton

It’s been awhile since I taught in the classroom, but I recall never having enough time or resources to personalize instruction for thirty-two students. I did my best to watch my students’ faces and engagement levels as I taught each lesson and mentally took notes on who struggled. After the direct instruction portion of the lesson, I would race back to my desk to jot down names and call as[…]

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