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sarah caban
math coach from Maine, mom, someone else's weird coworker, 5th grade lead writer for Illustrative Mathematics Elementary Mathematics Curriculum, views are mine
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Kristin Gray May 22
Fun to see so many familiar faces in this Core Connections edition and the work of amazing teachers and students! Special thanks to for the student thinking on the IM Talking Math portion (pg 20)!
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Illustrative Math May 20
Next school year is going to feel different. What practices do we want to preserve? David Petersen and Kate Nowak share some thoughts about planning for the 2020–2021 school year in this week’s featured blog post.
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Illustrative Math May 20
Day 43: Suspension bridge! What questions do you have about this picture? Then check out the K–5 math discussion questions, available here: . Share your experiences or photos with the hashtag .
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sarah caban May 20
& wrote a thorough follow-up about supporting unfinished learning in the fall. I'm proud to be part of a team that is intentionally dedicated to supporting students and teachers. Worth the read whether you are piloting IMK-5 or not.
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Illustrative Math May 12
Day 37: What math problems could you ask about this picture? Explore IM’s K-5 math discussion questions here: . Share your experiences or photos using
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sarah caban May 8
I have one too....and a 25 pound bag of popcorn kernels just waiting to be popped and sprayed
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sarah caban May 8
Replying to @alperea70
oh, interesting. How'd ya get 198?
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sarah caban May 8
I hear you. These days, 30 seconds can seem like forever. Also, it is taking every ounce of the small amount of self restraint that I have to NOT time myself while I spray the entire can.
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sarah caban May 8
I'm so curious: why 20?
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sarah caban May 8
Replying to @julierwright
I use it on my popcorn. It is a luxury, for sure, but I eat a ridiculous amount of popcorn. I buy popcorn kernels by the 25 pound bag. I eat at least 6 cups of popcorn a day and probably about 4 seconds of olive oil. 😂
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sarah caban May 8
Replying to @NatBanting
🤣🤣Yes. Emphatically, yes.
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sarah caban May 8
About how many seconds in a can?
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sarah caban May 8
This is really worth the read. and give such a thorough and thoughtful explanation of how to approach learning in the fall. As I was reading it, I kept saying, "Yes! Exactly!" In fact, it is a great explanation of how to approach learning, period.
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sarah caban May 7
This is great - so interesting. Thanks for sharing
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sarah caban May 7
Replying to @MikeFlynn55 @YouTube
Where is "the one who muted herself but is clearly yelling at her children to get off the internet? (and might not be wearing pants)"
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Illustrative Math May 6
Day 33: Leaning Tower of Cardboard! What math words do you think of when you look at this picture? Then explore IM’s K-5 math discussion questions here: . Share your experiences or photos using
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sarah caban May 6
Actually that one is special. It is indeed a good one.
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Illustrative Math Apr 30
Day 29: Spring Flowers! What questions could you ask someone to answer about this picture? Explore IM’s math discussion questions for each grade, K-5, here: Then share your experiences or photos using
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Illustrative Math Apr 28
Day 27: Solar Panels! What do you notice about them? What do you wonder? Explore the math discussion questions for each grade, K-5, here: Then share your experiences or photos using
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