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Tips for using fiction writing to teach math

NCLE SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

Storytelling can engage students with learning mathematical concepts by having them develop math problems and create plots that illustrate their solutions, young-adult author Robert Black writes. He shares several tips for teachers to guide their students in writing math-based fiction. MiddleWeb (07/01)


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NCLE SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

How teachers can encourage tech integration in the classroom

NCLE SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

RtI model helps Mich. school raise achievement of Hispanic students

NCLE SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

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Educator shares advice for using 3D printers in the classroom

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NCLE SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

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