How Does it All Add Up? – Podcast Episode 108 | Classnotes Podcast 108
Classnotes Podcast (May 31, 2012) Possibly more than ever before, math touches our lives in a variety of ways to help us function in today’s society. We need math to think critically and solve problems. Paula Martin Johnson, M.A., an IDRA education associate, discusses how math instruction can be made to be accessible and engaging for all students by equipping teachers with best practices and strategies that work in diverse classrooms of all grade levels. Paula is interviewed by Bradley Scott, Ph.D., director of the IDRA South Central Collaborative for Equity.
Show length: 15:32
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