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6 Tips When Discussing Math with the English Language Learner

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An English Language Learner can struggle with math, but with some planning, teachers can guide students to adopt the language they need to master math along with the rest of their class. Here are just a few tips that can help teachers when discussing math concepts with ELLs.

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For Kentucky Teachers, Experiences of Professional Development Center on Changing Attitudes, Practices

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The Early Math Collaborative has been working with the Kentucky Center for Mathematics since 2012. Reflected in the experiences of one of those teachers, a change in attitude and confidence of a teacher exploring math concepts can transform every part of their teaching practice.

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5 Tips to Help Students Learn Basic Math Strategies

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The Math in Learning Names

Do the children in your classroom know each other’s names? At winter break, are they still pointing to “that girl.” Doing activities in the early weeks of school that use the children’s own names will do wonders for building your classroom community. At the same time, you can be doing math—as well as literacy!

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