Eureka Math

SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS USING TAPE DIAGRAMS (PART 2)

AHA! MOMENT

In a recent blog post we took a look at how tape diagrams help students move from a model to more efficient methods of multiplying...

By: Debby Grawn

USING ROTATIONS TO INTRODUCE IMAGINARY NUMBERS: AN “I”-OPENING APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING COMPLEX…

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How it Works 


How it Helps


This post was written by Grade 12 Eureka Math writer, Sara Lack.

By: Sara Lack

“WHAT SHOULD MY CHILD DO OVER THE SUMMER?” K-2

FAQ RESPONSE

“What should Johnny do over the summer?” This is the most frequently asked question at spring conferences. While I’m generally a...

By: MaryJo Wieland

IT’S NOT A SCRIPT

FAQ RESPONSE

If you’ve seen the 1990 box office comedy Kindergarten Cop, then you likely recall Arnold Swartzenegger snapping at a precocious...

By: MaryJo Wieland

PACING AND PREPARATION

SPOTLIGHT A RESOURCE

A frequent concern voiced by teachers is the pacing of instruction. In an ideal world, teachers would have enough time to...

By: Pia Mohsen

BEYOND THE ALGORITHM: BUILDING A CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING OF DIVISION

STRATEGY

In my first years of teaching fourth grade, when it was time for division of multi-digit numbers, I’d write “D, M, S, B” on the board in a...

By: Mary Jones

WHAT IS THE EXIT TICKET?

SPOTLIGHT A RESOURCE

Daily formative assessments, or Exit Tickets, are presented in every lesson in the Eureka Math curriculum to provide teachers...

By: Krysta Gibbs

DELIBERATE PRACTICE: GIVE ME A BREAK…OR A PUSH

FROM THE FIELD

Astronauts practice. Actors practice. Iconic basketball player Michael Jordan practiced. He practiced so that he was well-prepared...

By: Melanie Gutierrez

HOW FAR AWAY IS THE MOON?

Imagine staring up at the moon on a spring evening and wondering, “how far away is the moon?” What would you do to figure out how far away it is?...

By: Pia Mohsen