Congratulations to Teach to One: Math partner school Mesa Alta Junior High School, whose students made significant math gains last year. According to the Farmington Daily Times, Mesa Alta, part of the Bloomfield School District, algebra I students improved from 20% proficiency on the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for
May is Teacher Appreciation Month and next week (May 6-10) is Teacher Appreciation Week. It’s a chance to celebrate and recognize the role that educators play in the lives of their students and we’re excited to recognize some of the incredible Teach to One teacher teams that personalize instruction for
When Regina Diaz struggles to learn a new math skill in SLAM North Miami’s Teach to One program, she’s the first to admit her first reaction isn’t always a positive one.
“When I’m struggling to learn something I feel frustrated because I don’t get it,” says Diaz, a sixth
Performance-based math tasks in Teach to One: Math ensure that students apply their knowledge to solve problems using real-world scenarios. Integrated over multiple sessions, TTO’s math tasks are designed to dive into the conceptual, procedural, and applied understanding of multiple mathematical skills, and to explore the connections between these skills.
When Tulsa Public School teacher Elizabeth Noordyke considers the benefits of the her high school’s adoption of Teach to One: Math over the past three years, a big one is stronger relationships with teacher colleagues, which has helped her collaborate on lessons, troubleshoot classroom issues, and share effective practices. But
We spend a lot of time thinking about what, when, and how students learn best. But where is just as important. Students participating in Teach to One: Math learn in an environment that is carefully designed to create a positive, inspirational, and fun environment for learning.
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In 2012, Chicago’s William P. Gray Elementary School became one of the first schools in the country to adopt Teach to One: Math. In doing so, the Gray math team reoriented every academic and operational aspect of its learning model around its students’ individual needs.
Nearly six years later, Gray’s
Amanda Martinez knew that she and her colleagues had to do things differently. For the math team at Taos Middle School in Taos, New Mexico, a one-size-fits-all approach wasn’t working for students, most of whom enter below grade level. Meeting their diverse learning needs would be crucial for developing lifelong
Achievers, Leaders, Innovators, Champions, and Scholars. These are Mendota Junior High School’s (MJH) visions for its students, and are reflected in its Teach to One: Math program.
The students are right out of elementary school, so much about this school year for them is different. Students making the move