I'm most active on Twitter so that's the best place to continue following up on these ideas. I'm @TinaCardone. Thanks for inviting me to join this conversation and I hope everyone leaves inspired to continue engaging with math from a variety of …

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Math Educator, Center for Mathematics Achievement, Lesley University

- I'm most active on Twitter so that's the best place to continue following up on these ideas. I'm @TinaCardone. Thanks for inviting me to join this conversation and I hope everyone leaves inspired to continue engaging with math from a variety of …2
- I invite you to step away from the workbooks and structured online programs that mimic school learning. Enrichment can look so different from a traditional classroom. Ask questions. Share what you're thinking when you make a comparison or divide a …2
- I think parents want what's best for their kids, but if they only know the way they learned so of course that way seems best. Hilary wrote a book called Adding Parents to the Equation that helps address this. The more teachers can engage parents in …2
- Everyone teaching tricks to kids means well, they're trying to get them through the assignment, the lesson, the test etc. But tricks jump past the concepts that form a foundation for later. We can start by counting objects more efficiently by …2
- The fun part of knowing the trajectory is being able to see the progress kids are making, but I don't think parents need to know the difference between kids who do and don't have things like one to one correspondence. Parents will naturally …2
- I started my career as a high school math teacher but over time have broadened my title to math educator. I love talking to elementary and middle school teachers about how mathematical ideas develop over time. While working on Nix the Tricks I got …4