Eureka Math

What to Look for in Math Lessons at Home

Learning at home presents an opportunity for parents to look at the math curriculum their children are using.  Does the material add up to high quality? 
By: Lynne Munson

If You Want to Know What Works for Students With Dyslexia, Ask Them

A little communication goes a long way toward helping students with dyslexia. Our LauraMarie Coleman and her daughter, Anne, explain.
By: Anne Coleman and LauraMarie Coleman

Math Can Help Teach Students to Make Good Decisions

Math can teach students to make good decisions, both inside and outside the classroom.
By: Joe Roicki

Encouraging Students' Independence in Math Class

Our Joe Roicki explains how to help math students develop the key social-emotional learning skill of self-management.
By: Joe Roicki

Build Relationships, Build Student Success in Math Class

Relationships between teachers and students and among students are key to math student success. Joe Roicki explains.
By: Joe Roicki

Removing Barriers to Learning in Math for All Students

English language students must learn in math class as well as English class.  Our experienced math teachers offer strategies on how to help.  
By: Andi Misemer and Joe Roicki

Taking the Fear out of Fractions

To take the fear out of fractions, try conceptual understanding instead of quick procedural steps.
By: LauraMarie Coleman

In Math Class, the Number Bond Builds Strategies for Addition

Math students need multiple strategies to solve problems. The number bond is a useful tool for addition problems.
By: LauraMarie Coleman

For Conceptual Math Learning, Try a Tape Diagram

For learning conceptual math, the more tools students have to draw on, the better.  A tape diagram is useful for the student toolbox.  
By: LauraMarie Coleman