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Erin Craddock
Specialized Instructional Facilitator of Mathematics, LCPS
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Ryan J. Smith May 22
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Erin Craddock May 22
A division hyperdoc/deck sample created for every 4th quarter scope & sequence math standard in grades K-8?!
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Margie Pearse May 15
Here are 40 FAMILY MATH PUZZLES. You will notice me begin to play around with the idea of PUZZLE STRINGS challenging families to use previous puzzles to help them solve a new one And this continues. I grew so much as a learner because of it.
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Erin Craddock May 9
Innovative educators have a rare opportunity to redefine learning in the 21st century. How can we prioritize learning that focuses on contributing to the family dynamic, responsible citizenship, & pursuing ind interests while embedding state standards?
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Erin Craddock May 8
“Critical question in VA: Does the mathematics that students are currently studying meet their future needs?” Let’s make this inquiry part of our collaborative PLCs!
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Erin Craddock May 8
Learning about from is always a refreshing, honest experience. Thank you for empowering all educators and igniting a sense of urgency to REDRESS inequities.
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Alyson Eaglen May 8
“The purpose of mathematics is not to prepare students for a mathematics test”
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Erin Craddock Apr 29
Teachers, trying to remove something from your to-do list?! 👀 We got you.👇👇👇
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Caroline Fletcher Apr 29
Small groups have given a chance for students to talk AND practice their math skills! Grateful for Google Meet for allowing us to se each other’s faces!
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Melissa Dudas Apr 29
Math mini lesson today! Reviewing all the geometry vocabulary they have learned for the last week and a half with a fun game! I am so proud of all their hard work!
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Kathryn Ivey Apr 28
Met up with some of our class for a adding and subtracting fractions lesson!
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Erin Craddock Apr 24
Replying to @pgorski @MissGoinsGPE
you might be interested in these sessions!
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Erin Craddock Apr 24
“Teachers deserve more respectable salaries” seems too obvious. I’ll keep thinking.
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Chris Bugaj Apr 14
Parents, educators want to hear from your children. What works for them when it comes to distance learning? They are invited to share!
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Erin Craddock Apr 12
Replying to @operaqueenie
Ummm Frances/Noemi pen pals? Obviously yes.
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Greg Tang Apr 12
Yep, Greg Jr is jumping in with both feet. Proud of him. Together, we are doing 40 sessions this week. 19 for teachers, 17 for students, 4 for parents. Let us know if we can help. ,
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Robert Kaplinsky Apr 11
Check out this multiplication chart drawn to scale from ! This seems so intuitive. More info here:
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𝐁𝐫𝐚𝐝 𝐉𝐨𝐡𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 Apr 3
Please, no teaching to the test because for the first time in decades there is no test. Let’s teach to their strengths and their passions instead so learning is fun and relevant again.
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Erin Craddock Apr 3
Replying to @STEAManist
The lullaby I sing my daughter ❤️
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Math Learning Center Mar 26
Have you seen our daily activities? Each Activity of the Day can be used across multiple grade levels, so check out the archived activities in nearby grades. Stay tuned tomorrow for the latest!
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