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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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Annie Fetter Oct 11
Replying to @pearse_margie
Agreed. We ask students to . We often using it when looking at student work. But how often do we use it on the fly? "Notice" shows you are paying attention to their ideas, and "wonder" means you want to know more. Beautiful!
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Loved mathing with you all! Thanks for the questions !
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
I wonder if the numbers he chose were based on ease of adding? (Familiar facts) Or maybe small then large trying to keep the total balanced?
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @MarieMcMB
I wrote on a cardboard box
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @SK_goldberg36 @MFAnnie
I am so glad you joined us! Hope to chat with you again
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
A5 It could have been helpful to suggest he use some kind of counter to help him try out different options.
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
A5 I wish the mentor would have asked him how he is organizing before suggesting he try a new way.
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @MNmMath
I wonder if you will be able to fall asleep after all of this mathing
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
I wonder if said videos are available somewhere for inspiration
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @RawdingMolly
I used 1,2,3,4,5 and stopped to find my sim up to that point. I had 7 left and couldn’t decompose 7 in any other way than 0 and 7 without repeating
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @MFAnnie
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @RawdingMolly
I wonder if we were using a similar strategy
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
A2 use the materials you have- box from fresh flowers for my niece’s wedding tomorrow
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
A1 She pointed out the smallest tree but I notice that it didn’t have the least number of apples. I wonder if the tallest tree has the most. I feel like I need to watch again
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @MissMath_Teach
*nerd looking stuff
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @pearse_margie
I keep a pair of Charlie Brown Great Pumpkin pj pants just for that day
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Replying to @pearse_margie
Same here
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
It totally should be!
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 11
Lori from MO, K-5 math interventionist. I was told I should be a math teacher for Halloween: long skirt, thing to hold pencils on my shirt and need looking stuff via 2nd grader
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Lori Breyfogle Oct 5
I’ve been encouraging our teachers to come see you!
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