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Illustrative Math 20h
What do you notice about this graphic? What do you wonder? To learn about IM’s belief about working on unfinished learning, and how this applies to the 2020–2021 school year, read this week’s IM blog post, by and .
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Day 48: What can you count in this picture? Click for K–5 math discussion questions, and share your experiences or photos using the hashtag !
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Illustrative Math May 27
Register to join Kristin Gray for "Representation, Computation, Communication: Purposeful Use of Routines within Curriculum Materials", at NCTM's 100 Days of Professional Learning, 7 PM EDT Monday, June 1st.
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Illustrative Math May 27
Many students will enter school in the fall with unfinished learning. That’s okay. How will we learn about students’ mathematical thinking, and use it to plan? Check out this week’s IM blog post, from and .
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Illustrative Math May 27
Day 47: What do you notice? What do you wonder? Click for K–5 math discussion questions, and share your experiences or photos using the hashtag !
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Illustrative Math May 26
Begin your post-holiday week with the next IM Talking Math 6–8 prompt. How are these images alike and how are they different? Prompt available in English and Spanish .
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Illustrative Math May 26
Day 46: Describe a game you could play with the objects in the picture. Then explore IM’s K–5 math discussion questions here: , and share your experiences or photos using the hashtag .
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Illustrative Math May 24
There are so many unknowns about next school year. What remains consistent are our values and beliefs about the learning and teaching of mathematics. In this week’s blog post, Kate Nowak () and David Petersen () share initial thinking.
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Illustrative Math May 22
Day 45: Describe the patterns you see in the puzzle. Then explore IM’s K–5 math discussion questions here: , and share your experiences or photos using the hashtag .
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Illustrative Math May 21
Next fall, you or your colleagues may feel tempted to start with lots of pre-assessments… but need to be mindful about overtesting. So how and when do we assess? and share ideas about planning for next fall in this week’s blog post.
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Illustrative Math May 21
In this week’s featured blog post, Kristin Gray and Kevin Liner share a framework to help plan for the 2020–2021 school year—featuring specific examples from IM K–5 Math that also apply to any curriculum. Read it here:
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Illustrative Math May 21
Day 44: Rugs in a Moroccan marketplace! Tell a story about what happened before this picture was taken. Then explore IM’s K–5 math discussion questions here: , and share your experiences or photos using the hashtag .
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Illustrative Math May 20
Next school year is going to feel different. What practices do we want to preserve? David Petersen and Kate Nowak share some thoughts about planning for the 2020–2021 school year in this week’s featured blog post.
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Illustrative Math May 20
IM Featured Blog Post! Looking to the Fall, Part 2: Creating a Supportive Resource for K–5 Teachers by Kristin Gray and Kevin Liner .
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Illustrative Math May 20
Day 43: Suspension bridge! What questions do you have about this picture? Then check out the K–5 math discussion questions, available here: . Share your experiences or photos with the hashtag .
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Illustrative Math May 19
IM Featured Blog Post! Looking Ahead to 2020–21 in IM 6–8 Math and IM Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 by David Petersen and Kate Nowak .
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Illustrative Math May 19
Day 42: What do you notice? What do you wonder? Click for K–5 math discussion questions, and share your experiences or photos using the hashtag !
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Illustrative Math May 18
Next school year is going to look different. In this week’s featured blog post, Kristin Gray and Kevin Liner share the questions driving our thinking about fall 2020, and some guiding principles for making difficult instructional decisions.
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Illustrative Math May 18
Begin your week with the next IM Talking Math 6–8 prompt. What coins might be in my pocket? Prompt available in English and Spanish .
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Illustrative Math May 18
Day 41: Complete this question in as many ways as you can: how many ___ are in the picture? . Click for math discussion questions for every grade K-5, and share your experiences or photos using the hashtag !
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