# Author: Jenna

K-8 Math Specialist near Boston, MA

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# Author: Jenna

## Everyone Gets A Handful: Preschoolers Explore Division

## Debate in Kindergarten: Building Appreciation for Ten Frames

## Reflections on the Problem-Based Learning (Symmetry Mini-Unit)

## Problem Based Lesson #3: Learning From One Another in Grade 4

## Problem Based Lesson #2: Making Connections with Symmetry in Grade 4

## Problem Based Lesson #1: Launching Symmetry in Grade 4

## Getting Started with Problem Based Learning in Grade 4

## Using Diagrams to Build and Extend Student Understanding

## Building Mental Representations

## Cultivating Mathematicians… of All Ages

## Using Instructional Routines to Inspire Deep Thinking

## The Story of Fibonacci, and the Math Ethnic Studies Framework

## Tyler’s Dilemma: Digging into Unit Rates, and One Student’s Resistance

## Choosing a Story to Tell: Examining a Lesson Close in 1st Grade

## Listening to Early Understandings of Division: “12 ÷ 5 is either -3 or 0”

## When Our Beliefs Become Compromised… (part 1)

## Student-Created 3 Act Tasks

## Students Surprise Us: Interviews with Juliet

## A Tribute to My First School: The End of the Beginning

## One of Favorite Games: The Skip Count Game

The Blog of a K-8 Math Specialist

K-8 Math Specialist near Boston, MA