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Lori Breyfogle
Elementary Math Specialist, K-5 Math Interventionist, PD Junkie, Blogger, Sports Fan, Crafter, Level 1 Google Certified Educator
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Lori Breyfogle Sep 12
Replying to @yje05080
Different in many states
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Lori Breyfogle Sep 12
Replying to @pearse_margie
You are always sharing on here! Such a good friend!
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Lori Breyfogle Sep 12
Replying to @mathkaveli
Hi friend!
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Lori Breyfogle Sep 12
Replying to @curiousteacher9
Welcome to the tribe! I am so excited you joined us! All voices make us better. Be sure to check out and as well as for some amazing conversation
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Lori Breyfogle Sep 12
A1 To keep an equation balanced if I add one to a term, I have to subtract one from another term
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Lori Breyfogle Sep 5
Hey all! Sad I can’t make it tonight! See you next week friends!
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 29
Replying to @anneagost
Yep! I went to the Guiness Storehouse in Dublin
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 29
Lori from Missouri, Elementary Math Specialist in Missouri. This summer I learned how to pour the perfect Guiness
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 29
Replying to @pearse_margie
Sending all my love Margie!
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 29
I also like Carnegie
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ElemMathChat Aug 22
would love for you to join the conversation 8/29/19 at 8 pm CST when Leads our chat "Retrieval Practice Strategies to Enhance Memory"
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
Thanks for the great questions ! Definitely a topic I always want to learn about & discuss!
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
Replying to @mathkaveli
Yay! Glad you made it for a bit!
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
Replying to @marriamath
I also find this with revoicing. I’ve gotten very cautious when choosing my words to avoid jumping ahead of their reasoning or inadvertently making decisions for them with the words I use
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
Replying to @anneagost
Yes! It makes me crazy to see fill in the blank vocab Qs in math textbooks at the beginning of a chapter or lesson...well...I mean, it makes me crazy to see those anywhere in textbooks
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
Q4 Ss are all coming in at different starting points. Some have zero expose, some have only heard things like “the flip flop rule”, and some have consistently heard & used formal math vocab
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
Replying to @ScottGeisler12
I’m not familiar. I’ll have to look into that. Thanks!
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
A3 My Ss are doing majority of the talking so my goal is to make sure they listen to each other. I ask them if they agree/disagree w their classmates & why. We have math debates & Ss restate others’ positions bf stating their own. They are the source of info not me
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
A2 I also interchangeably use technical math vocabulary with less formal words they may be more comfortable with. For example, I use vertex, but I also say corner or point in the same phrase to help make the connection to the formal vocab
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Lori Breyfogle Aug 22
A2 I try to include as many visual representations of what I’m talking about: drawings, photos, maps, manipulative, etc.
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