Math Menus by Marilyn Burns

October 6, 2016 at 1:00 pm Leave a comment

ASCD has released the October 2016 issue of Educational Leadership (theme issue on lesson plans) – and one of the publicly available articles is  titled Using Math Menus by Marilyn Burns.

“A math menu is a list of math options posted on a sheet of chart paper for all to see. The options can include problems, investigations, games, and other activities that promote students’ understanding, support their reasoning, or provide practice with the content and skills they’ve been learning.”

Check it out!

Note that our journal database service  is always at least a month behind with this journal so we cannot email the article to you – but we can send you a print copy.


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