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NCTM Classroom Resources 5h
Free through Aug 7! From Rules That Expire to Language That Inspires Language that inspires involves avoiding instances of inadvertently saying something that positions students as outside the mathematics community.
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NCTM Classroom Resources 23h
Help students learn to visualize and talk about similarities and differences. This lesson integrates poetry with geometry for a great community building activity.
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NCTM Classroom Resources Aug 1
Replay this informative webinar as we take a closer look at NCTM’s recently released Catalyzing Change in Early Childhood and Elementary Mathematics. .
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 26
Replay this webinar! Productive mathematics conversations around rich high school mathematics content are possible with each and every learner! .
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 26
In this activity, students use height vs. age charts to approximate rates of change at single points on a non-linear graph. How could you use it with your students?
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 22
Moving one chip at a time, and alternating colors, challenge your students to exchange the red chips for the blue chips in only 22 moves.
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 21
Free access for one week, from the journal: "Batman Reimagined"
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 20
Free access for one week, from the journal: "Purposeful Questioning with High Cognitive-Demand Tasks"
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 19
In this activity, using tools that can be found around the home, students construct a two-pan balance and discover relationships between the length of the arm of a fulcrum and the mass of objects.
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 16
NCTM has partnered with to allow teachers to assign Figure This problems to their Google Classrooms. This week, we’re featuring "Which of these chocolate-covered cookies would you eat?" found here:
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 15
Odds and Evens - Students investigate fairness given a friendly game with spinners. Teachers can connect the idea of fairness to justice in the real world.
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 15
By constructing a model of an octagon that transforms into a pinwheel, students realize that many interesting geometric shapes occur that can be explored.
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 12
In this problem of the week, students discover a rule for a pattern. Student can use examples until they are able to generalize to any case. How could you use it with your students?
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 8
NCTM has partnered with to allow teachers to assign Figure This problems to their Google Classrooms. This week, we’re featuring "Why are most manhole covers round?" found here:
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 7
Free access for one week: Investigating the Standards, Our Students, and Models of Fraction Division.
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 6
Free access for one week: What's in a Name? Language Use as a Mirror into Your Teaching Practice
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 5
. is here to support the mathematics education community, not just during challenging times like these but 365 days a year. .
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jul 5
In this activity, students play a game and match whole numbers, shapes, fractions, or multiplication facts to equivalent representations. How could you use it with your students?
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NCTM Classroom Resources Jun 3
Looking for more virtual resources for your students? Replay this one hour webinar with to learn about ways to help your students make connections and mathematical models with virtual manipulatives.
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Robert Berry Jun 1
We Teach More than Mathematics
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