math-curriculum

Looking Past Imposter Syndrome

How OUR’s first Teacher Leader in Residence Leaps Over Fear

I’ve spent a large portion of my life living with “imposter syndrome”.....

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What to Expect at HIVE 2020

Much like most of 2020 to this point, we had envisioned original plans for our 2nd annual professional learning conference a bit....

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Opening Up to (Re)Imagination

How HIVE 2020 Will Reflect Our New Normal

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HIVE 2020 is Going Virtual

A Proactive Approach to Teaching & Learning in an Unprecedented Time

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Katie Nelson

Katie Nelson, a 6th-grade teacher and Math Department Lead at Mount Jordan Middle School in Canyons School District (UT), has been named....

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Resources to Support Teaching & Learning During COVID-19 School Closures

Updated: December 1, 2020* 

Fellow Educators:

It’s a concerning, ever-evolving time. In particular, navigating the 2020-21 school year....

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Announcing the HIVE 2020 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Kristopher Childs

On March 31, we announced that HIVE 2020 is going virtual. Read more from our CEO, Jessica Sliwerski. Have you saved your seat yet

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Rancho Santa Fe School Board Hears Benefits of New Math Programs

The Rancho Santa Fe School District is six months into the new math curriculum at R. Roger Rowe Elementary and Middle Schools. According....

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Bobbi Coine

Bobbi Coine, a 6th-grade teacher at Chief Umtuch Middle School in Battleground Public Schools (WA), has been named the Open Up Resources....

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Falling in Love with Math: Fun Classroom Resources & Ideas for Valentine's Day

Chocolate, teddy bears, love letters and flowers. These things are synonymous with Valentine's Day and will likely fill your classrooms....

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