Preparing to teach a math class can be overwhelming and can even feel like you are embarking on a major journey all alone. Use this article to guide you on how to take control of your math teaching assignment and to be the math leader your students are looking for.
Undoubtedly, there will be some students in your class that need extra interventions. Here are some wide-ranging classroom ideas for math interventions that extend from the primary through secondary grades. Think of how this as the cliffs' notes version of math education classes that you may or may not have taken in college.
This documentary explains what great math teacher training looks like, particularly thinking about math from someone else's perspective. As a new math teacher this is a must-watch to get a sense of what quality math instruction looks like in practice.
This article outlines how, despite conventional wisdom to the contrary, majoring in math does not always lead a teacher to better student outcomes. Read this article to help you relax about not having majored in math – you still can make a big difference in your students' lives!