# Assessment & Data

Assessment best practices. Helpful and practical ideas for utilizing data in the classroom.
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How to Teach: Part, Whole, and Percent
Here are some tips for overcoming the beast that is part, whole, and percent. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Building Number Sense
Many students come into middle school without basic number sense. As teachers, we can help rectify this. Keep reading for some tips. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Part, Whole, and Percent Strategies
If your students are struggling with part, whole, and percent, check out some of my go-to strategies to help them organize their work and differentiate between part and whole. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
15 Ideas to Try This Test Prep Season
These 15 ideas to try this math test prep season are a non-exhaustive list for you to up engagement in your middle school classroom. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Part, Whole, and Percent
Students love the real-world application that percents provide. However, part-whole-percent problems can be confusing for students. Here are some of my tips and tricks for teaching students. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Number Sense Developing
It is exciting to see that lightbulb go off in a student's mind, and that is exactly what happens when students build their number sense. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
15 Ideas for Math Test Prep
Math Test prep season is upon us. It will be only a few more weeks before teachers begin wrapping up new content and reviewing content from the year. Here are a few ideas and tips to try in your classroom to review. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Math Test Prep Review
As test prep season creeps up on us, it is so valuable to feel prepared. Check out this blog post for 15 realistic ideas to prepare your students for those end-of-year tests. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Make Any Worksheet an Activity (with zero prep)
If you don't have time or energy to create fun activities or prepare them ahead of time, try these 6 no-prep activities! | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Bored students? Try these 6 activities!
If your students get bored with the typical worksheet, then try these no prep activities! Almost zero supplies and less than 30 seconds to prepare. Try these today! | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Free Getting Started with Algebra Tile Guide
Are you interested in trying algebra tiles in your classroom, but you aren't quite sure how to begin? Read 3 tips for getting started and download a free guide with even more tips and resources. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
How to Use Our Test Prep Unit
What makes our test prep unit special? Find out why teachers find it so easy to implement and why students find it so engaging. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
How I Prepare for State Test Review
Getting your students ready for your state's standardized test doesn't have to be hard. Learn about what makes this test prep easy to implement. Plus, ideas from teachers on how to do it! | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Standardized Test Prep - Ideas for Review
Check out these ideas for reviewing a whole year's worth of content for your students. Plus, grab a cheat sheet for 6-8 and Algebra 1. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Read this Before Teaching Pythagorean Theorem
Read Before Teaching Pythagorean Theorem
Let’s talk about my favorite theorem, Pythagorean’s! Though it ranked 4 out of 100 in mathematicians, Paul and Jack Abad’s, list of 100 Greatest Theorems, I know it ranks number 1 in most middle school math teachers’ hearts. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Teaching Pythagorean Theorem
Pythagorean Theorem is often a favorite concept to teach among math teachers. There are so many compelling ways to introduce Pythagorean Theorem to your students. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
TEA STAAR Redesign
Texas Teachers - STAAR has changed! Familiarize yourelf with these changes in time for STAAR. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
STAAR Question Bank for Texas Math Teachers
Check out what changes have been made to STAAR in 2023! | maneuveringthemiddle.com
TEA STAAR Redesign
Math Review Activities
Math review games can breath life into your classroom and teaching. Most students enjoy getting out of their seats and going their work in another part of the class, whether that be with a group or individually. |maneuveringthemiddle.com via @maneveringthem
Engaging Math Review Games
Here are three great math review games that require students to “get up and move"! #lessonplanning #middleschoolmath #mathreview #mathgames
Make Math Reviews More Fun!
Check out these three math review games that are sure to keep your kids engaged! #lessonplanning #mathreview #mathtest #middleschoolmath
6 Strategies for Multiplying Decimals
Math Review Games to Get Students Up and Moving
3 Math Review Games to Get Students Moving
Students do so much sitting in a day. Here are three “Get Up and Move” activities that I implemented in my classroom. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
3 Math Review Game That Will Get You Students Moving
According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Movement increases the heart rate and stimulates brain function, which facilitates a child’s ability to learn,” so here are three “Get Up and Move” activities that I implemented in my classroom. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Implementing Exit Tickets in Math
Exit tickets can help teachers make decisions for their students and classrooms. Learn more about how to implement these formative assessments here. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Implementing Exit Tickets in Math
Exit tickets can help teachers make decisions for their students and classrooms. Learn more about how to implement these formative assessments here. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
How I Use Exit Tickets to Drive Instructions
Exit tickets or entrance tickets - read how I use them to help my students master math content. | maneuveringthemiddle.com