By kate [loop] hannon | Addition , Biblical Math Blog , Concepts , Math in Action , Percents , Practical Ideas , Statistics

Here are a few examples of how you can use the Super Bowl to show your students that math really does apply outside of a textbook. We learn math, not just to pass a test, but to be equipped to use it to help us in tasks God’s given us here on earth (and to […]

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I recently asked some folks this question: What are you/your children’s biggest struggles in math? The responses varied (stay tuned for others in future blogs), but several voiced the same struggle: why. Knowing why you need to learn something certainly doesn’t seem like too much to expect. It’s actually a very reasonable question. As Alfred […]

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It’s the time of year again where many of you may be heading back to school after a summer break. Here are some free resources to help encourage/equip you to teach math from a biblical worldview as you go. Free Transforming Math Video – Watch this 18-minute video to get a glimpse into how biblical […]

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One of the things I stress a lot in my math resources is that math isn’t confined to a textbook. As I’ve been following the presidential elections this year, it occurred to me that it provides a great opportunity to show students math in action. Math is used quite a bit behind the scenes in […]

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