Diana Flores, who has a self-contained classroom, teaches
highly and profoundly gifted students in Phoenix, AZ. Flores says math
“rotations” is a “big-kid way to say centers.” Using math rotations, where
students move through four stations, has helped Flores teach a multi-grade
class with students’ math ability levels ranging from 4th grade through 7^{th}
grade.

One of these math stations hosts computers, which students use
frequently to visit Calculation
Nation^{TM}. “It has been great to see students, who might not
otherwise pair up, find each other online and play the games with each other,”
Flores says. It is fun for students, and Flores is comfortable using it because,
“[she] has confidence in the quality since it is from NCTM.”

New to teaching? Want more resources? Use the following lesson
plans that have been made for specific Calculation Nation games: