Raymond Steinmetz

Guest Blogger

Math Instructional Coach

Portsmouth, Rhode Island

Raymond Steinmetz is a K-8 math instructional coach in Portsmouth, Rhode Island and the co-host of the Instant Relevance Podcast (@instantrel). Raymond writes and blogs about a variety of topics in education and parenting. Find his is work at www.blendedlearningmath.com and follow him on Twitter: @blended_math.

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Posted Aug. 3, 2018

We Can Make the First Year of Teaching Better. Here’s How.

When Barack Obama was elected president in November 2008, I was living in Chicago and working as a computer security…

By Raymond Steinmetz

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Posted July 18, 2018

Stop Teaching Like Technology and the Internet Don’t Exist

It’s tough to take an individualized approach to teaching by using technology in the classroom. Even when the technology is…

By Raymond Steinmetz

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Posted Jan. 11, 2019

I Took a Year Off Work to Learn About Dyslexia Because My Son’s Teachers Couldn’t Teach Him How to Read

Why, for so many, is access to an education that recognizes the science of reading limited to private programs? My son experienced this as a…

By Debbie Meyer

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Posted Jan. 17, 2019

I Don’t Want More White Apologies in 2019 Just More Schools for Us By Us

Outrage: White People, Keep Your Apologies in 2019 Dear White people, I don’t want your apologies in 2019. Future BBQ Beckys, Corner Store Carolines, you…

By Tanesha Peeples

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Posted Jan. 17, 2019

This Mom Raised $20K to Help Wipe Out Student Lunch Debt in Her State

Kate Lacroix is a mom from Boulder, Colorado. She has spent the last few months living her motto, “The need to feel nourished is universal.”…

By Rob Samuelson

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