Authors Jonathan D. Bostic and Brooks Vostal introduce the July Front-and-Center article (Bostic, Vostal, and Folger) in dual videos discussing ways to meet the needs of all students through Universal Design for Learning. Read their article “Growing TTLUPS through Your Lessons” and listen to Bostic and Vostal discuss their experience.
In this month’s Teaching Is a Journey department, Vera Sarina discusses her new book The Living Tree of Mathematics: Mathematics of Middle School Curriculum through the Lens of History. Sarina’s article highlights her journey and how the study of mathematics history has helped answer questions in her own classroom.
Matt Roscoe found inspiration in his classroom experience with second graders’ creativity to write his article “Using TileFarm to Support Emerging Mathematicians.” Roscoe’s video and article share diverse approaches to new tablet software that teachers, teacher educators, and students can use to count symmetrical dot patterns.