I love math. That’s not something a lot of 23-year-old communications majors will tell you. A lot of them will say they got into communications to use more words, less math. It’s such a common statement that when I went into the math department as a freshman to ask if there was a statistics program […]
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MANGO Math can help improve students math abilities! MANGO Math curriculum was used by Marian University’s Summer Learning Institute in their mission to stop and reverse summer learning loss and to offer a unique vehicle for helping to build the STEM infrastructure in Indianapolis, IN.M Summer Learning Institute was continuing a 5-year longitudinal research study on Promising […]
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Getting students to do well in math can start with a smile. School is starting so let’s have an ATTITUDE CHECK! What do you say when someone says, do you like math? Do you say: Math is Awesome!! I love math!!! I am a math enthusiast!!! Even if you don’t think those things you […]
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MANGO Math will be attending the Title 1 Conference in Houston, TX. For those that don’t know Title 1 is a federally funded mandate that provides schools moneys to help “close the achievement gap”. It is more complicated than that but the one section that is most familiar to people is Part A, Improving the […]