anna by anna July 7, 2016

Summer Reading with a Math Twist. Author Greg Tang

Tis the season of summer reading. Armed with our local library‚Äôs summer reading chart, I wanted to see if I could find storybooks that could combine reading and math. As luck would have it, I found a few authors. Greg Tang quickly became a favorite. Greg Tang is the author of a math and problem-solving […]

anna by anna May 20, 2016

New White Paper: Game-based Learning and Student Engagement in Elementary Math Education

Fresh off the presses! Read the latest research about Todo Math, game-based learning and student engagement in elementary math. Key findings are as follows: Students were rated more focused on math activities during the Todo Math session, as compared to the paper-and-pencil one. Through simple counts of observed chatting with their peers, observers reported more […]

anna by anna May 16, 2016

Three Important Number Sense Concepts For Children to Practice

“Number sense is an emerging construct that refers to a child’s fluidity and flexibility with numbers, the sense of what numbers mean and an ability to perform mental mathematics and to look at the world and make comparisons.” Number Sense: Rethinking Arithmetic Instruction for Students with Mathematical Disabilities, Russell Gersten and David J. Chard (2001) […]

anna by anna April 13, 2016

Todo Math Special Promotion for #NCTMannual Attendees – NCTMTodoMath

We are so excited to be attending the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Annual Meeting in San Francisco April 13 – 16, 2016. In celebration of our very first NCTM conference, we are extending a special promotion to attendees. If you are a PreK-2nd grade teacher or a math specialist¬†providing tier 1 or […]