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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 Apr 12
Perfectly stated Thank you for being such a positive voice
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 12
Replying to @MrsNewell22
That would be amazing!
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 12
It depends on the quality of the questioning and discussion that goes along with the Splat. One Splat a day with quality conversation is quite different than moving quickly through 3 or 4 Splat sets each day focusing specifically on answer getting. Thoughts?
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 12
Quality training is the most important. Too often teachers are trained on a routine for 5 min & think it's simple w/o having time/push to discuss the intricacies of the routine & it's true potential. Routines should be data & standards driven. That embeds variety
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
But isn’t that what we are supposed to do? Use the information we gather & learning goals to plan the more effective learning opportunities for students?
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
I wonder if the routines that fall in these ruts are doing so due to lack of pre-planning/doing the math or if the routine is what is at fault
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Yes please!
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Replying to @janaki_aleena
Welcome ! There are so many amazing people here it can be overwhelming at times how much support & info is available. You should totally stop by on Thursdays at 8 central! Can’t wait to learn with you
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Replying to @MNmMath @pearse_margie
⬆️ what she said
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Great topic and questions Thanks for hosting tonight! Hope you will join us again
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Replying to @JohnSanGiovanni
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Replying to @MNmMath @pearse_margie
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Yes!
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
I have to disagree about number talks. There can be many variations to keep them engaging and meaningful
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
That is the book I was going to suggest
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
A5 I love how open ended this question is. It is accessible to any student who is able to justify their reasoning accurately
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Maybe our brains are trying to make use of structure and patterns...no shortcuts there. I’m on board with genius
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Do you have any good books to help you with the progression or routines?
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Replying to @JohnSanGiovanni
Ooooo... I like this!
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Lori Breyfogle Apr 11
Q4 I always depend on my benchmarks to help me, starting with whatever 1/2 would be, moving to 1/4 and 3/4
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