Math journals and learning stations are two tools educators from a Tennessee district recently learned about during a workshop aimed at supporting implementation of the state's new Common Core State Standards math curriculum. Presenters noted that journals provide a place for reflection and organization, and stations encourage active learning. "We're learning new games and hands-on activities, as well as how to make stations more focused on math," kindergarten teacher Jeremy Kerr said. "If they're (students) having fun, they're learning."
How Tenn. educators are changing math instruction for common core
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