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MATH PODCASTS

Listen to My Math Podcasts

I’ve been fortunate to have conversations with other people who also are passionate about education. Some people are focused mainly on math, others are interested primarily with teaching reading and writing, and others have different educational interests. Here I share our conversations.

Have you ever considered that understanding is to math as what comprehension is to reading? Today on The Heinemann Podcast, we’re speaking with Marilyn Burns, one of today’s most highly respected math educators. For other of my Heinemann podcasts, visit Listening to Learn.

On this special edition of the Heinemann Podcast, we’re bringing together authors Jennifer Serravallo and Marilyn Burns as they explore the intersections between literacy and math in the K-5 classroom. For other of my Heinemann podcasts, visit Listening to Learn.

I became a teacher because when I went to college, which was a privilege of my generation that my parents didn’t have, my mother said, “You can take whatever you want in college. You just have to graduate a teacher.” She said, “You’ll always have something to fall back on if you have to work for a living.”