Saturday, September 28, 2013

Resources for Developing Number Sense

I just finished "How to Learn Math", my first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) with Dr. Jo Boaler, a math education specialist from Stanford University, and author of What's Math got to do With It? I'll be writing more about what I learned in future posts, but wanted to share these links first. Below are some resources that Jo shared for developing number sense from one of her graduate students, Dan Meyer

motion math
Conceptua Math
Buzz Math
ST Math
Link to Maria Anderson's blog post for more great resources
Center for Game Science

Here are a few more that I found yesterday:

TERC  If you click on the "Products and Publications" page, there are several dozen more links to amazing resources. I've posted the link to one of them "Mixing in Math", because it's great for parents.
Mixing in Math
Contexts for Learning
Beyond Facts & Flashcards

If you have additional resources, I invite you to post them in the comments.


  1. Number sense routines book by Jessica Shumway, counting circles, number talks, number talks book by sherry parish, building powerful numeracy for middle and high school students book by Pamela Harris, math exchanges book by kassia owedekind

  2. Forgot to add in talking math with your kids website by Christopher Danielson.

  3. and are some lessons I'm working on...

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