Mathematics Anxiety: Separating the Math from the Anxiety
Components of Effective Mathematics Instruction
Combating the Negative Effects of Math Anxiety
In the News: The Structure and Purpose of Algebra Instruction
Building on Foundations for Success
Changing the Way We Teach Math
Kate Nonesuch
This manual was written for ABE math instructors who are interested in changing their teaching practice to bring it more in line with recommendations from the research literature on teaching numeracy to adults. The manual sets out some “best practices” from the literature, then outlines some difficulties instructors may face in implementing them, and makes suggestions for overcoming the difficulties. Finally, there are many pages of activities ready for immediate classroom use, which provide examples of some ways of implementing the best practices.
Students' Understanding of the Equal Sign not Equal
Taken very literally, not all students are created equal—especially in their math learning skills, say Texas A&M University researchers who have found that not fully understanding the “equal sign” in a math problem could be a key to why U.S. students underperform their peers from other countries in math.
Literacy and Numeracy for Adults: Make Sense of Numbers to Solve Problems
Developed by the National Centre of Literacy & Numeracy for Adults, New Zealand the linked article has resources on various reading and mathematics topics
Washington Math Adult Learning Standards
ABE Uses Math to Solve Problems and Communicate Curriculum Framework
Study Suggests Math Teachers Scrap Balls and Slices
Entranced, perhaps, by those infamous hypothetical trains, many educators in recent years have incorporated more and more examples from the real world to teach abstract concepts. The idea is that making math more relevant makes it easier to learn.
Learning Mathematics with Virtual Manipulatives
A popular approach to help students understand abstract concepts is the use of manipulatives. Manipulatives enable students and teachers to represent concretely the abstract concepts that they are learning in mathematics class and to link these concepts to prior knowledge.
The Enemy of My Enemy
An article by Steven Strogatz of Cornell University about subtraction.
CK12 PLIX
Interactive learning modules categorized by concept. Contains math and science topics ranging from algebra and statistics to chemistry and earth science.
MathIsFun.com
An online illustrated math resource with terms ranging from basic arithmetic to statistics. Includes an index organized by subject and gradelevel.
FLC's Khan Academy GED Math YouTube Playlist
FLC has launched a new webpage featuring select YouTube videos covering math subjects on the GED. Building of FLC’s highly popular GED/Khan Academy YouTube Playlist, this new page includes over 200 ad free videos, a student tracking sheet and section quizzes to test knowledge.
This resource is now available as a mobile app! Click here to add the app to your Apple or Android device.
ABE Contextualized Math Modules: Driving a Truck—Reading Maps, Computing Distance, and Figuring Gas Mileage
Activities for the TI30X IIS GED Calculator
VIDEO: Societies Changing Needs for Math
Too Hot to Handle, Too Cold to Enjoy
Algebra help.
Thinking Blocks
Model your math problems.
Facing the Challenge of Numeracy in Adult Education
This 42page report, by project director Forrest Chisman (9/13/11) is the final report on CAAL’s twoyear Adult Numeracy project. The topic is one of the most complex, neglected, and extremely important areas of adult education.
Free Math Lesson Videos
PowerPoint Math Lessons
Making Change
Comparing Fractions
EMPower: Extending Mathematical Power for Adult Education/GED
Principles and Standards for School Mathematics
Helping Students Interpret Numeric Information
Data, or numerical information, can be described, represented, analyzed, and interpreted in various ways for various purposes. This course looks at some common uses (and misuses) of data. Learn about the measures of central tendency, graphs, and probability. Through the course readings, activities, and discussions, you’ll review basic concepts and explore strategies for introducing and teaching these concepts to your adult students.
Division with Remainders
Fractions, Distance and Time
Do The Math Dance
Combining math and dance concepts allows people to experience a physical sensation of the often abstract concepts of math. Mathematical problemsolving is incorporated when creating new dances, which can even inspire new mathematics. Concepts can be taught in the ballroom and applied in the classroom, bring together movement, rhythm, geometry, and more.
Literacy and Numeracy for Adults
This website provides information and resources to strengthen literacy and numeracy teaching and learning for adults.
Ethiopian Math
Responds to Your Answers...So it Will Train Your Weaknesses
Today's math curriculum is teaching students to expect  and excel at  paintbynumbers classwork, robbing kids of a skill more important than solving problems: formulating them.
Purple Math
Multiplication Bingo
Math Magician Games
Responds to Your Answers...So it Will Train Your Weaknesses
Get in some serious multiplication table training.
Time Tables from the BBC
Pan Balance  Numbers
Use this tool to find numerical expressions that are equivalent to one another.
Add & Subtract Integers Fact Sheet
Multiply & Divide Integers Fact Sheet
Integers: Operations with Signed Numbers
Distributive Property
A video about the distributive property of multiplication.
Finger Trick for Multiplication
Times Table 610
Subtracting Integers
A video to review essential concepts and procedures of subtraction.
Tic Tac Toe Math, an Instructional Guide
More Complicated Than It Seems  A Review of Literacy About Adult Numeracy Instruction
This review is for adult numeracy practitioners and concentrates on topics related to instructional methods.
Real World Math: 6 Everyday Examples
The Components of Numeracy This paper describes the nature of numeracy and helps to guide instruction.
SABES Math Resources
