## This Math Problem Has Gone Viral Because PEMDAS Confuses People

Regardless of what our elementary school teacher told us, we can’t assume that the problem’s author intended us to work from left to right.

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## This Math Problem Has Gone Viral Because PEMDAS Confuses People

## An Example Of Exponential Growth For Students

## The 4 Cs: A Framework For Improving Math Skills

## The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 187 Making Math More Accessible

## 8 Ways To Make Math More Fun For Students

## 25 Of The Best Math Resources For 2021 [Updated]

## Math Jobs: 8 Very Different Careers That Depend On Numbers

## 10 Ways Literacy Can Promote A Deeper Understanding Of Math

## How To Use IXL: 8 Tips For Using The K-12 Adaptive Learning Platform

## The Teachthought Podcast Ep. 166 Deeper Learning Of Math Concepts Through Social Constructivism

## The Teachthought Podcast Ep. 164 Drawing Students To Math With Authentic Purpose

## The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 145 Project-Based Learning in the Math Classroom

Regardless of what our elementary school teacher told us, we can’t assume that the problem’s author intended us to work from left to right.

A vampire has to feed on a human every month. How many months would it take for the entire population of the planet to become vampires?

The Four Cs stand for Converse, Count, Compare, Categorize, each of which are critical to the development of a young child’s mathematical knowledge.

Drew Perkins talks with Robert Kaplinsky about math teaching and learning and how he thinks about making it more accessible.

Want to make math more fun for students? Support them by giving them space to ask questions and learn through play.

We’ve gathered 25 of the top math resources for 2020–a mix of established and all-new tools to support the building of math skills and the grasp of important mathematical concepts.

Writing and math might seem like divergent career paths, but they collide in technical writing. Technical writers are capable of presenting highly technical material in a clear and concise manner so that the average reader can absorb the content.

Ask students to explain in writing a mistake they made. The explanation should include exactly where they went wrong in their calculations.

How To Use IXL: 8 Tips For Using The K-12 Adaptive Learning Platform by TeachThought Staff IXL is a personalized …

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The Teachthought Podcast Ep. 166 Deeper Learning Of Math Concepts Through Social Constructivism Drew Perkins talks with Jennifer Chang Wathall …

The Teachthought Podcast Ep. 164 Drawing Students To Math With Authentic Purpose Drew Perkins talks with Michelle Montgomery of the …

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The TeachThought Podcast Episode 145 Project-Based Learning in the Math Classroom Drew Perkins talks with Telannia Norfar and Chris Fancher about …

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