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Christine Dale
reader, learner, teacher, math enthusiast, proud nerd.
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Erikson Early Math 13h
QUANTITY is an ATTRIBUTE, not a noun. All kinds of confusion can result when children are asked to rattle off the numbers from 1 to 10 or 20 or higher without actually counting something. Down with Naked Numbers:
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Jo Boaler Aug 15
The most successful teachers we have studied are those that teach to big ideas instead of methods. Work out the big ideas in your grade, and for each one find rich, deep activities. The methods come out as you teach to big ideas, that give enduring understanding.
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Christine Dale Aug 15
Replying to @ChrisRoehrig
Looking forward to hearing all about it!
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Dan Meyer Aug 13
A child calls a table a chair. That's incorrect but it isn't a misconception. Their CURRENT CONCEPTION might be that anything with four legs is a chair. We need to celebrate and build on that idea, not dismiss it.
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Dawne Boersen Aug 12
An important message for those who teach our ‘littles’. To Really Learn, Our Children Need the Power of Play - WSJ
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EL Magazine Aug 10
Which of these 7 habits of highly "affective" teachers will you commit to practicing this school year?
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James Tanton Aug 9
My web materials on all things QUADRATIC, how to understand them and teach them with natural ease and abundant joy, , now comes with a certificate for educators acknowledging online work.
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Erikson Early Math Aug 9
Our sixth sense: NUMBER SENSE. Strong number sense developed in the is a key building block. More:
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Amy Fast, Ed.D. Aug 5
Don’t teach your subject matter. Use your subject matter to teach students how to believe in themselves and unlock their potentials.
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EL Magazine Aug 5
“When teachers get better, students get better. As student results increase, so does the faculty’s collective efficacy.”
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Peter Liljedahl Jul 30
What Math Teaching Strategies Work Best? 16 Math Education Experts Share Their Suggestions. — Mashup Math
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Christine Dale Jul 31
Replying to @Miss_CMcCann
It’s so good!
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Meanwhile in Canada Jul 27
On July 27, 1921, at the , Canadian scientists Frederick Banting & Charles Best successfully isolate insulin. Within a year, the first human sufferers of diabetes were receiving insulin treatments, and millions of lives were saved.
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Christine Dale Jul 23
Replying to @NicholasFerroni
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Christine Dale Jul 23
Replying to @timoconnor55
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Cookie Monster Jul 23
Therapist: And what do we say when we feel like this? Me: COOOOKIES!!!! Therapist: No
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Stuart Shanker Jul 19
It's really that simple.
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Amy Fast, Ed.D. Jul 21
The best classroom management strategy is to like your students. Its not a feeling. It’s a choice. Choose to see the best in them. No one wants to disappoint someone who genuinely cares about them.
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Christine Dale Jul 18
Replying to @ddmeyer @prisonculture
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Erikson Early Math Jul 16
In the math track of Big Ideas in Early Learning. When you hear the word cat, do you think of the letters C-A-T? No. You create an image in your mind. Exploring VISUAL number sense in 1st and 2nd grades...
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