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LONG + LIVE + MATH
Math Mad Libs: Cross-Curricular Domain and Range
Math Mad Libs: Cross-Curricular Domain and Range
We're always on the lookout for more interesting or clearer ways to explain murky concepts in mathematics. So I was really excited to recently come across recently what I think is a nice way to…
September 23, 2019
Josh Fisher
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Teaching Strategies
Celebrating 10 Years of Powerful Professional Learning
Celebrating 10 Years of Powerful Professional Learning
What a week we had in Bonita Springs, Florida! Nearly 300 math teachers and leaders joined us for an incredible week of learning, connecting and growing together. Here are some of our favorite highlights: Sarah…
July 22, 2019
Carnegie Learning
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Join Us at LONG + LIVE +…
Join Us at LONG + LIVE + MATH: The National Institute This Year
LONG + LIVE + MATH: The National Institute brings together math educators and leaders from all over the U.S. to learn, connect and grow together. This summer, we'll be in the beautiful Bonita Springs, Florida with a…
May 10, 2019
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH at NCTM…
LONG + LIVE + MATH at NCTM 2019
Here are some of our favorite highlights: LONG + LIVE + MATH Pledge - Welcome to all of the brand new LONG + LIVE + MATHers who took the Pledge at our booth! We are so…
April 15, 2019
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
How to Apply Mathematics to Your March…
How to Apply Mathematics to Your March Madness Bracket
Teams in the NCAA tournament are seeded 1-16 in one of four regions (East, South, Midwest and West), with a lower number indicating a “better” team – typically the 1 seed in each region is…
March 18, 2019
John Franco
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Pi Day at Carnegie Learning HQ
Pi Day at Carnegie Learning HQ
Pi Day is a big deal around the Carnegie Learning Headquarters, so of course, we went all out to celebrate. We held the following activities to raise money for The Pittsburgh Promise, a…
March 15, 2019
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
LONG + LIVE + MATH On the…
LONG + LIVE + MATH On the Road
The Movement is still on the move! We've gone to Brockton Public Schools in Massachusetts and Atlanta Public Schools in Georgia to celebrate their teachers and welcome them into the LONG + LIVE + MATH Movement. Our…
January 02, 2019
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH On the…
LONG + LIVE + MATH On the Road
The Movement is on the move! First we went to Brockton Public Schools in Massachusetts to celebrate their teachers with some LONG + LIVE + MATH goodies and ice cream. Our second stop on the LONG +…
November 01, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH On the…
LONG + LIVE + MATH On the Road
Special things happen when LONG + LIVE + MATHers get together, which is why we're taking LONG + LIVE + MATH on the road! We just visited the wonderful teachers in Brockton, Massachusetts who are…
September 27, 2018
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Come See Us in California and the…
Come See Us in California and the Pacific Northwest
This fall, our Master Math Practitioner, Sarah Galasso, is sharing her expertise and powerful strategies for the classroom at the following events: October 1 - OCMC Tech Night Tustin, CA Redefining Blended Learning in the Math Classroom…
September 24, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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Professional Learning
An Incredible LONG + LIVE + MATH…
An Incredible LONG + LIVE + MATH National Institute
Here's a math problem for you to solve: How many LONG + LIVE + MATHers does it take to create the most awesome event of the year? Answer: Approximately 250! We had a blast welcoming math…
July 24, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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What We’re Listening To: LambdaCast
What We’re Listening To: LambdaCast
At Carnegie Learning, we consider ourselves lifelong learners. Every day, we work on continually developing our knowledge in order to make the best possible math solutions for teachers and students. What We're Reading/Watching/Listening To is a new series to…
June 18, 2018
Matt McHenry
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STEM
Ways to Combat ‘Math Hate’ in Your…
Ways to Combat ‘Math Hate’ in Your Students
Michelle Russell recently wrote an article for MiddleWeb called "When 'Math Hate' Curbs Your Teacher Enthusiasm." In it, she addresses the toll it can take on a math teacher to feel that their students "hate" math and…
June 12, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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Professional Learning
Teaching Strategies
Your Questions Answered: How Can I Get…
Your Questions Answered: How Can I Get Special Ed Students Ready To Do Math When They Walk In?
We recently offered LONG + LIVE + MATHers the opportunity to share their questions with us so our cognitive scientists and master math practitioners can help find solutions. In this new series, we'll provide answers…
June 06, 2018
Christi Sampson,
Meagan Venstad
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Teaching Strategies
Math Mythbusters! Part 6
Math Mythbusters! Part 6
Welcome back! Ready to bust some more Math Myths? (Read Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 here.) MATH Myth #11: "I'm not smart." The word “smart” is tricky because it means different things to different people. For…
May 23, 2018
Bob Hausmann,
Amy Jones Lewis
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Brain & Learning Science
LONG + LIVE + MATH
Math Mythbusters! Part 5
Math Mythbusters! Part 5
Welcome back! Ready to bust some more Math Myths? (Read Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 here.) MATH Myth #9: Faster = smarter. In most cases, speed has nothing to do with how smart you are. Why…
May 17, 2018
Bob Hausmann,
Amy Jones Lewis
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Brain & Learning Science
LONG + LIVE + MATH
LONG + LIVE + MATH at NCTM…
LONG + LIVE + MATH at NCTM 2018
Here are some of our favorite highlights: Ed Beam - Attendees got to meet our special friend, Ed Beam, who told them all about our near-perfect EdReports ranking for blended middle school math solution. Ed made quite a…
May 09, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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Make Math Matter in May
Make Math Matter in May
Big News! We know how hard it can be to keep students engaged in their math learning as the school year winds down. So, how can we make math matter in May? We have…
May 04, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
2017 NAEP Shows Almost No Growth in…
2017 NAEP Shows Almost No Growth in U.S. Math Scores
According to the latest results from the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP), U.S. students have made little to no gains in math learning between 2015 and 2017. It's also clear that the achievement gap between higher-achieving students…
April 19, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
Taking the Shortest Path: On Multiple Methods
Taking the Shortest Path: On Multiple Methods
I have a quick and painless math question for you to start. It's not a trick question. We're using plain old Euclidean geometry here, where all the lines are straight and everything is on flat…
April 13, 2018
Josh Fisher
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
Teaching Strategies
Ready to Up Your Game?
Ready to Up Your Game?
We’re all about transforming math learning for every student, but you don’t have to do it alone. That's why LONG + LIVE + MATHers are getting access to our brand new Game-Changer Series with teaching…
March 20, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
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Teaching Strategies
The Best Math Activities for Celebrating Pi…
The Best Math Activities for Celebrating Pi Day
Ready to celebrate Pi Day? We hope you're planning on enjoying a nice slice of pie. We certainly will be! Here are a few fun activities you can use to celebrate Pi Day with your…
March 09, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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Teaching Strategies
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with These 3 Math…
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with These 3 Math Activities
Love is in the air, and since you love math as much as we do, we're sharing some Valentine's Day math activities that your students will love too! Teaching the Pythagorean Theorem? Your students can…
February 07, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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Teaching Strategies
Is It Magic, or Just Math?
Is It Magic, or Just Math?
I recently noticed a video making the rounds on Facebook: Japanese Multiplication - Multiply Using Lines (Math Trick) Pretty cool, right? It might even seem like magic. In reality, this technique is not as different from…
February 06, 2018
Matt McHenry
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
Teaching Strategies
LONG + LIVE + MATH on Broadway
LONG + LIVE + MATH on Broadway
Well... not yet. But our Director of Engagement recently brought some LONG + LIVE + MATH spirit to Broadway after winning the Hamilton lottery. Here’s a math question for you: what were the odds of…
January 24, 2018
Carnegie Learning
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Life in the Fast Lane: Why Students…
Life in the Fast Lane: Why Students Need to Go at Their Own Pace
When I taught world history to middle school students in San Mateo, California, I gave them a decent run through history. We touched on the Greek and Roman Empires, the Battle of Hastings, the French…
January 11, 2018
Peter LaCasse
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LONG + LIVE + MATH
Teaching Strategies
Find Your People for Meaningful Connections and…
Find Your People for Meaningful Connections and Support
Farhat Ahmad, a 9th and 10th grade literature teacher at McClarin Success Academy and 2015 recipient of the Georgia Governor’s Award for Innovative Teaching, recently wrote an EdSurge article about finding his tribe. "It may sound…
December 18, 2017
Carnegie Learning
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3 Interesting Winter Math Activities for Your…
3 Interesting Winter Math Activities for Your Students
Do your students have holidays on the brain? (And maybe you, too!) Get them back into math with these winter-themed activities over the next few weeks: An Interesting Day in South Dakota (6th Grade) - The…
December 04, 2017
Carnegie Learning
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Teaching Strategies
Math Mythbusters! Part 4
Math Mythbusters! Part 4
Welcome back! Ready to bust some more Math Myths? (Read Parts 1, 2 and 3 here.) MATH Myth #7: "I learn best when the instruction matches my learning style." If asked, most people will tell you…
November 28, 2017
Bob Hausmann,
Amy Jones Lewis
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Brain & Learning Science
LONG + LIVE + MATH
3 Fall-Themed Math Activities to Try This…
3 Fall-Themed Math Activities to Try This Month
It's that time of year, when the jackets come out of the closet and the iced coffee orders give way to Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Fall is here! To help you celebrate, we're sharing three themed…
October 23, 2017
Carnegie Learning
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Teaching Strategies
Don’t Miss the LONG + LIVE +…
Don’t Miss the LONG + LIVE + MATH Game-Changer Series
In the spirit of LONG + LIVE + MATH and as part of the launch of the new Movement, we've brought together some of the best math minds (including some very special guests) to share strategies and…
October 13, 2017
Carnegie Learning
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Big News About LONG + LIVE +…
Big News About LONG + LIVE + MATH
LONG + LIVE + MATH is a rallying cry to change the conversation in math education. It’s for rebels and rule-breakers (like you) who are leading the charge beyond paper worksheets and teaching to a…
October 11, 2017
Carnegie Learning
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Math Mythbusters! Part 3
Math Mythbusters! Part 3
Welcome back! Ready to bust some more Math Myths? (Read Parts 1 and 2 here.) MATH Myth #5: STUDENTS USE ONLY 10% OF THEIR BRAINS. Hollywood is in love with the idea that humans…
September 29, 2017
Bob Hausmann,
Amy Jones Lewis
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Brain & Learning Science
LONG + LIVE + MATH
Living, Breathing and Eating Math
Living, Breathing and Eating Math
Here is a sneak peek at the interview our CEO, Barry Malkin, gave to EdSurge: EdSurge: What’s changing at Carnegie Learning? Barry Malkin: I took over as CEO a year and a half ago, and we…
September 16, 2017
Carnegie Learning
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Future Ready
LONG + LIVE + MATH
Math Mythbusters! Part 2
Math Mythbusters! Part 2
Welcome back! Ready to bust some more Math Myths? (Read Part 1 here.) MATH Myth #3: "Asking questions means you don’t understand." It is universally true that, for any given body of knowledge, there are…
September 12, 2017
Bob Hausmann,
Amy Jones Lewis
Filed Under:
Brain & Learning Science
LONG + LIVE + MATH
Math Mythbusters! Part 1
Math Mythbusters! Part 1
Let's bust some Math Myths, shall we? Myth #1: "I don't have the math gene." Let's be clear about something: There isn't a gene that controls the development of mathematical thinking. Instead, there are…
September 08, 2017
Bob Hausmann,
Amy Jones Lewis
Filed Under:
Brain & Learning Science
LONG + LIVE + MATH
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