What is Traditional Math? Part 3

This is Part 3 of an interview series with Barry Garelick and J.R. Wilson about Traditional Math: An Effective Strategy that Teachers Feel Guilty Using. You can read Parts 1 & 2, and the rest of the saga as it comes out, here. Q3: How does a traditional approach to math teaching offer opportunities for … Continue reading What is Traditional Math? Part 3

What is Traditional Math? Part 2

Over the next few blogs, I will be interviewing Barry Garelick and J.R. Wilson about their new book, Traditional Math: An Effective Strategy that Teachers Feel Guilty Using. You can read Part 1 and the rest of the saga as it comes out, here. Q2: I can picture students becoming very fluent with the procedures, … Continue reading What is Traditional Math? Part 2

What is Traditional Math? Part 1

In this special blog series, I will be interviewing Barry Garelick and J.R. Wilson about their new book, Traditional Math: An Effective Strategy that Teachers Feel Guilty Using. You can catch the whole saga, here. https://twitter.com/MrZachG/status/1632463582322626563?s=20 Let’s dive right in, shall we?   Q1: Can you tell me what you mean by “Traditional Math”?  J.R./Barry: First, … Continue reading What is Traditional Math? Part 1