Mr. Steinmetz – K-8 Math Coach

Raymond Steinmetz is a K-8 Math Instructional Coach in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.  He is a TeachPlus Rhode Island Policy Fellow and a FuseRI Classroom Coach with the Highlander Institute.  He writes a regular column for about blended and personalized learning, and he is a guest blogger at Education Post.  Mr. Steinmetz is the co-host of the Instant Relevance Podcast and the moderator of the weekly #edChatRI twitter chat.

Follow Mr. Steinmetz on Twitter – @blended_math.

Guest Blogs at Education Post:

Stop Teaching Like Technology and the Internet Don’t Exist

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


Columns at eSchoolNews:

Column introduction (Overcoming my fears)

Getting started with blended learning

Why DIY videos are easier than you think

Is it time to ditch homework for good?

How I found more satisfaction in teaching

4 Myths about Blended Learning Debunked

How I gave my students voice and increased collaboration


Articles about Parenting for Fatherly:

The 4 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make When Dealing With Their Kid’s Teachers

How I Trained For a Triathlon With Two Young Kids at Home

How To Help Kids With Their Math Homework When You Suck at Numbers



Articles featured on EdTech Magazine

How K–12 Schools Can Get Started with Blended Learning



Podcast Guest Appearances:

Be Education Podcast – Episode 26

The Ed Podcast – Conversation 62

Teach Better Talk Podcast – Episode 13

Teachers Need Teachers Podcast – Conversation 31



Mr. Steinmetz on Using Blended Learning Tools in Middle School Math:

Google Classroom in Math

Google Forms in Math

Prodigy Review

Inquiry Based Collaborative Tasks – Formative Assessment Lessons

Blended and Personalized Learning Conference 2018

Playlists, Video, and GoFormative

“How Could I Make My Lessons Better?”

Can I Quit Homework?

Blended Reflections