4 Ways to Build Student-Centered Math Lessons

By
 
Hoa P. Nguyen 
edutopia.org
5 min



To help more kids thrive in math class, keep student identities in mind during the lesson planning stage.


In traditional math classrooms, teachers present lessons, students work through problems individually or in groups, or perhaps they’re asked questions or take a quiz to demonstrate understanding, and then teachers correct or affirm answers.

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