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Kristin Gray
Director of K-5 Curriculum & Professional Learning at . Teaching Channel Laureate & IM 6-8 Curriculum Writer. ‘14 PAEMST. NBCT.
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Kristin Gray Feb 14
You know it is a - led PL when there is candy all over the table;) ...and great learning, of course! Thanks for sharing Andrea! 🍫
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Kristin Gray Feb 12
Hi there Marisa! DM away!
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Illustrative Math Feb 11
New IM Blog Post! Shifting Practices: Helping Everyone—from Students to Administration—Find their Voice in the Math Classroom by Elementary School Principal Crystal Magers
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Kristin Gray Feb 11
Replying to @ShelbiCole1 @k8nowak
Answer probably depends on the tier.
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Kristin Gray Feb 8
I love this so much Deborah - so cool! They truly are materials written by, and with, teachers and students! I can't wait to hear what you saw, heard, and learned!
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Kristin Gray Feb 7
This is so reflective of every conversation I have with Naomi. She embodies this work. Thank you Naomi for all of the work you do for students and future teachers!
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Kristin Gray Feb 6
Replying to @Mathemagical3
I am not sure this is the structure you have mind, but the reading specialist and I did this one year:
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Kristin Gray Feb 6
Replying to @aleaglen @TracyZager
That sounds like a great structure - what content/topic are you creating for? I think content progression could help think about what builds on what you have currently made.
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Kristin Gray Feb 5
Replying to @aleaglen @TracyZager
Ohhh gotcha! What grade? And do you have a sense of the areas they need support? I would prob start with routines to elicit all the things they know around those areas first.
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Kristin Gray Feb 5
Replying to @aleaglen @TracyZager
I think they need to feel success in mathematics, not only hear 'mistakes are helpful' or 'you just don't know it yet' - if I were them how could I believe that when I am in intervention (and likely, from my experience, year after year.)
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Kristin Gray Feb 5
Replying to @aleaglen @TracyZager
I find it hard to answer without thinking about what they are learning in the intervention group. I imagine invitational routines leading into a lesson that honors where students are in their thinking would be helpful.
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Kristin Gray Feb 5
Replying to @k8nowak
Hmmmm....you must have not ventured into the K-5 project folder ;) haha!
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Kristin Gray Feb 5
Replying to @TinaCardone
Hi there Tina! What perfect timing! I am just starting one bc that is the topic I am doing at NCSM in Chicago. Will DM you as the draft gets into shape!
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Kristin Gray Feb 4
You are more inspiring than you even realize...or remember:)
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Kristin Gray Feb 4
Oh, should read threads before I reply haha - I see you found it!
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Kristin Gray Feb 4
I think did a shadow con talk on that?
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Kristin Gray Feb 3
Yes, agree - was the inspiration for that one!! Such a great question!
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Kristin Gray Jan 29
Replying to @mathhombre
Hmmm, that is a good question - I think they are, you just have to create a free account and log in?
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Kate Nowak Jan 28
IM's K-2 team seeking a part-time lesson writer to help out with the most exciting project going in math curriculum. If you have early grades expertise, or know someone who does, please take a look!
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Kristin Gray Jan 29
Such a great talk by - fantastic resource for teachers and parents! Thanks for recording and sharing Mike!
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