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Tracy Johnston Zager
Math coach, supporter of teachers, listener to children. Stenhouse editor and author of Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You'd Had. She/her.
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Tracy Johnston Zager 17h
Sounds great! I was mostly thinking about this beautiful post from and the way unmuted small groups can allow us to let kids talk to one another in a more natural way.
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Tracy Johnston Zager 20h
Replying to @bstockus
So exciting!!!
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Tracy Johnston Zager 20h
I love this task! Looks awesome, Kate.
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Stefanie Mathewson Sep 15
Counting Collections online! Small groups "found" collections, counted, recorded and shared. Bringing joy and wonder to the virtual math classroom!
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Tracy Johnston Zager 24h
It didn't have to be this way, on guns or COVID-19.
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Tracy Johnston Zager Sep 18
This perfect tweet has me cycling through 😂😭🤬 on endless repeat.
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Christopher Danielson Sep 18
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Naomi Jessup 19 Feb 19
Replying to @brittmath8
I agree! I love doing fraction number talks! Here are a few that I have used in the past there were helpful.
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Linda Levi Sep 16
We just published our first blog on using CGI in remote learning formats. This blog focusses on posing problems to your students in remote and/or socially distance classrooms.
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Berkeley Everett Sep 17
Teaching multiplication? Remotely? Here's all the multiplication "facts" as arrays (in various formats like slides, images, PDFs, and even Jamboards).
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Tracy Johnston Zager Sep 18
That is a particularly well-crafted which one doesn’t belong! I’m wondering if you are doing math mostly in small groups?
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Ilana Horn is on Sabbatical Sep 17
My amazing doc student is working with Black women pre-service teachers for her dissertation study. If you work in teacher education, could you please share this in your networks? Thanks in advance!
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Christopher Danielson Sep 17
Triangleman raises hand to get selected to attend.... ...looks around... ...puts hand down
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Janice Novakowski Sep 17
Some ideas here for individual math kits as we navigate health and safety protocols in schools and want our students to have concrete and visual materials and tools to think with and do math with.
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Tracy Johnston Zager Sep 17
Replying to @JennBinis
WTAF.
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Tracy Johnston Zager Sep 17
I love , but for secondary math methods, Necessary Conditions is it. It has exactly the right scope. Beautifully written and organized too.
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Sophie Kasahara Sep 17
We did a virtual version of 's words in a math class. Students shared what makes them feel like they cannot do math and what makes them feel encouraged! We had a wonderful discussion on the harm from timed tests!
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Tracy Johnston Zager Sep 17
Nat, have you read it?? I think it would totally be your jam.
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Tracy Johnston Zager Sep 17
Thanks, John! I agree about Geoff's book. I think it's absolutely amazing for middle and high school math methods courses. And it will grow with teachers as they grow.
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