by Lacie Taylor | May 31, 2016 | Uncategorized

In our last two articles, we’ve been exploring the idea that a Bottom-Up Approach to teaching math can do more for lasting skill mastery than the more traditional Top-Down one. The system that will take the best advantage of this approach will have strategies related...
by Lacie Taylor | May 19, 2016 | Uncategorized

Lacie answers… What does it mean to practice math? Got a burning math question for me? Email me here and your question might be featured in a future Lacie Answers… video. (and I’ll email you an answer in the meantime. :)) Save...
by Lacie Taylor | May 17, 2016 | Uncategorized

Prizes! Free stuff! Discounts! MATH!?! Yes… it’s all connected… In celebration of Math Takes Practice, our new blog and newsletter, you are EXCLUSIVELY invited to participate in our PHENOMENAL give aways! What you can win: $100 off the lesson plan of your choosing!...
by Lacie Taylor | May 17, 2016 | Uncategorized

Exploring a Bottom-Up Approach to Learning Math, Part II of IV: When to Practice? In our last article we discussed the idea that a Bottom-Up approach to teaching math could do more for lasting skill mastery than the more traditional Top-Down one. Our next few...
by Lacie Taylor | May 3, 2016 | Uncategorized

Exploring a Bottom-Up Approach to Learning Math, Part I of IV: Why Practice? Repetition, especially of the “rote” memorization ilk, gets a bad rap in academia. This is with good reason. As teachers, we don’t want you blindly memorizing something without understanding...