The Myth of “Exposure” and the Harm it Causes. By Sarah Ryan

As an elementary math coach, I regularly work with teachers who want to prepare their students for “the test”. “The test” may be a chapter test students will take next week, a mid-year assessment in January, or a standardized test in the spring. Regardless of which test, many teachers want help preparing their students for the most challenging or most confusing problems, ones many students are likely to misinterpret.
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Creating Animated Factorization Diagrams. By Daniel Scher

Last year, I had the pleasure of co-organizing a geometry-focused coaching collaborative led by Metamorphosis, a New York-based organization that offers professional content coaching to transform the mindset and practices of teachers and administrators. I had so much fun that I decided to do it again! My workshop partners were Metamorphosis staffers Toni Cameron, Ariel Dlugasch, and Kara Levin. Several days before the workshop, Metamorphosis sent a handout of the picture below to the participating math coaches and asked them to think

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