Mathematical Musings from ISA Partner School Carver High School

The math team from Carver High School in Winston-Salem presented at the annual conference for the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and presenters from the school were Ebony Jason, Jonathan Stowe,...

Maze Moments: Help Students Understand the Process of Learning

This blog post originally appeared at the Room 241 blog for Concordia University, Portland and was written by Jennifer Gunn, who is a curriculum designer, co-founder of the annual EDxEDNYC Education Conference, and...

Mathematics teaching and social, emotional, and academic development

ISA’s work in the area of social, emotional, and academic development (SEAD) has been piloted by teachers and coaches in six ISA schools over the past two and a half years. The work in this project has been complex and...

What Do You Believe About the Subject You Teach?

Math is often a student’s most dreaded subject. Students are sometimes told that you are either “math-minded” or you are not, and this leads many to the belief that they will never be able to excel at math. So what is...

Not a Math Person?

Math is often a student’s most dreaded subject. Students are sometimes told that you are either “math-minded” or you...

An Inquiry-based Math Lesson

After several months of working together, ISA math coach Julie Arcement is ready to observe a teacher she has coached...

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