Just returned from a fantastic trip to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Expo in San Diego! Here we unveiled our new online Brain Lab and met loads of excited, innovative educators whose students will test program during the month of May!
At the show, ThinkFun CEO Bill Ritchie presented not [...]
This morning I had the pleasure of joining McKinley Elementary students in Arlington, VA for their annual Math Day!
Playing Rush Hour makes everyone smile!
Math Day is a fabulous school-wide celebration of mathematical thinking, during which students literally wear their love of numbers on their sleeves (and often their faces!), decking themselves out in number-themed [...]
This post is courtesy of Lisa Kosanovic, a Math Teacher at Holyoke High School, Holyoke, Massachusetts
*Note: The GridWorks game referenced here is the precursor to the current Chocolate Fix game!
I teach high school math in the sixth poorest community in the nation, and for us, math class is too often about passing our [...]
The following is a post by guest blogger Sean Gregory, a math teacher at Napa High School, Napa, CA
Games are a normal part of my classroom. I have always loved games personally and believed that I would be a better teacher if I put a part of myself into my teaching. My students from the [...]