GROWING UP GOOD AT MATH

“When did you get so good at math?” I asked my 12-year-old son, Tucker, and he couldn’t contain his smile.

Eureka Math Curriculum Developer Miko...

By: Miko Daniel

TOP 10 BLOGS OF 2016

Ring in the New Year with implementation tips from our Eureka teacher-writers. Get a sense of the most popular Eureka Math topics this year from...

RELAX, UNWIND, AND REFLECT: A SUMMER GUIDE FOR TEACHERS NEW TO EUREKA MATH

Summer is a blissful time when teachers recover from the hectic pace of the school year. It is a time that we reflect on our practice...

By: Shelley Petre

LEARNING WALKS TO SUPPORT EUREKA MATH IMPLEMENTATION

One of the keys to successfully implementing Eureka Math is having strong, informed, instructional leadership. As education undergoes a...

By: Penny Gennuso, Miko McDaniel, and Pat Gilbert,

PROBLEM SETS: TIME FRAME NOT TASK FRAME

What do we all need more of? TIME! Whether it is time to finish projects in our personal or professional lives, I don’t think I...

By: Shelley Petre

THE NUMBER BOND: A K-5 MODEL THAT FOSTERS NUMBER SENSE

In math education, the term “number sense” is thrown around all the time, ad nauseam. We all want our students to have it, as it’s...

By: MaryJo Wieland

K-2 ORGANIZING AND STORING EUREKA MATERIALS

The first year of teaching a new curriculum can leave the most seasoned teachers sweating in “survival mode”. The curriculum is not...

By: Shelly Petre

APPLICATION OF THE TAPE DIAGRAM — A TOOL FOR PROBLEM SOLVING

A load of bricks is twice as heavy as a load of sticks. The total weight of 4 loads of bricks and 4 loads of sticks is 771 kilograms....

By: Mary Swanson

HOW TO PROMOTE A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF PLACE VALUE

When I was a second grader, I thought place value was fairly dull.

Teacher: How many ones are in 427?

Student: 7

Teacher: How many...

By: MaryJo Wieland