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Jennifer Hogan

Jennifer has always had a passion for teaching children since a young age. Through her own struggles as a student, she has always wanted to create new and exciting environments for students to learn. As a math specialist (grades K-8) and an educational consultant, Jennifer loves developing student-centered activities and allowing students to become engaged learners. Her passion has always been in mathematics where she challenges students to look at math in different ways and become confident thinkers.

For over 15 years, Jennifer has been a classroom teacher in both MA and NJ, a math specialist/coach and most currently is the Lower School Math Coordinator at The Peck School in Morristown, NJ.

Jennifer received her BA in Education from Boston College where she double majored in Elementary Education and Math and Computer Science, and her MA in Urban Education from Simmons College. She resides in Ridgewood, NJ with her loving husband and 3 wonderful children who open her eyes to different ways to learn every day.

Contributions

by Jennifer Hogan
Make the holiday season full of cheer — and math!
by Jennifer Hogan
Try these fun and easy ways to keep the math learning alive over the holiday season.
by Jennifer Hogan
Find out why it's important to teach children the difference between telling time with analog and digital clocks.
by Jennifer Hogan
Baking (or eating) cookies? Try these grade-appropriate cookie-themed math problems for first, second, or third grade children.
by Jennifer Hogan
Show your child real-world applications of fractions using this food and recipe word problem printable.
by Jennifer Hogan
Here's a fun holiday activity: Have kids collect Thanksgiving-themed data (think: light or dark meat?) and then graph it up.
by Jennifer Hogan
Learn how to understand number sense, and why building this foundation is so important in your child's math development.
by Jennifer Hogan
Use this fun, seasonal printable to help your early learner identify different ways to represent numbers.
by Jennifer Hogan
Find out how simple tools and tips — like using graph paper or a highlighter — can make a big difference if your child has a learning disability.
by Jennifer Hogan
Graph paper is a powerful manipulative that can help your child's math knowledge.

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