William P. Gray Elementary School in Chicago is starting its sixth year of Teach to One: Math (TTO). In that time, it has seen three different portals, a range of virtual vendors come and go, and over 2,000 students engaging in Teach to One: Math’s personalized learning model. Amid the
What does social and emotional learning look like in a Teach to One: Math (TTO) classroom? At Camp Creek Middle School last week, it was a series of “Get-to-Know-You” activities designed to build interpersonal skills and establish stronger connections between students and teachers.
Camp Creek Middle School officially kicked off
Teachers play vital roles in ensuring all students are met where they are, New Classrooms Co-Founder and CEO Joel Rose told educators last week in Connecticut.
[Pictured above, from left to right: NPS Superintendent Steven Adamowski; The posting of colors and national anthem presented by Brien McMahon High School students;
For Kathy Healy, the joy of teaching comes from seeing the process of learning unfold in the classroom.
“I enjoy watching students learn,” says Healy, a math teacher at Nathan Hale Middle School. “The AHA! moment, when they finally get it. That’s my passion.”
Healy is part of the
Congratulations are in order for Camp Creek Middle School, which has embraced personalized learning en route to achieving exemplary gains in math.
Fast growing math scores. CCMS achieved a 94% increase in proficient and distinguished math scores @NewClassrooms https://t.co/fwTAyKGNh1
— Keynun Campbell (@CampCreek_MS) July 22, 2017
Schools are starting to adopt Teach to One: Math and other personalized learning models to meet students where they are. That’s the conclusion of this month’s front-page feature for The Economist Magazine, The Future of Learning: How Technology is Transforming Education.
The article bounces from Bangladesh to the Bay Area,
Some moments change us forever.
I became principal of Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in 2010. It was a school in trouble. It had one of the highest rates of arrests in the state of any middle school. It was a school where only one in three students was
The Algebra Challenge
High schools across the country struggle with incoming freshman who aren’t ready for the rigors of algebra. Achieving algebra proficiency is a critical baseline. It enables students to go on to master geometry and Algebra II coursework as well as higher level high school math. Being unprepared
Anyone who’s tried to master a complicated task—such as preparing the perfect coq a vin to impress your dinner guests—knows there’s a disconnect between instruction and execution. You could have the greatest cookbook in the world, but conquering a difficult new recipe means trying, failing, changing your approach, and trying
New Classrooms is excited to work with the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation to identify exceptional students who may be a great fit for the Young Scholars Program.
A selective 5-year pre-college scholarship for high-performing middle school students with financial need, it is the largest scholarship of its kind in the nation.