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Mr. Strong Apr 4
IT FINALLY HAPPENED Pizza Hut was "out of large" pizzas, so they gave me twice as many medium pizzas instead, saying that it was "a better deal." Was it?? CC:
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Lisa Laster Apr 5
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Think!Math 1h
4th graders sharing their geometric chalk art!
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Nataly Riera 1m
Over 10 years ago Ss asked me , "Aren't you afraid you could be replaced by technology? We can learn things from the Internet now." "No," I replied. "Technology can't replace a good teacher. There is a need for human connection."
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Idan Tal 8h
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Nicole Ayers 🤓🍎 Apr 6
My friends all came over to help me set up a probability lesson 🎲
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David Coffey, Ph.D is WF🏠 14h
As seen on FB and I weep
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Holly Tate 16h
We started Counting Collections at home! Ava chose what she was interested in counting and tools to count with. I challenged her to count the same set in different ways which led to the 10-frame.. perfect for thinking about how we write teen numbers!
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Nereide Apr 5
In , the sum of the first n cubes is the square of the nth triangular number. That is, 1^3 + 2^3 + 3^3 +...+ n^3=(1 + 2 + 3 +...+ n)^2. Here's a visual proof of this identity, sometimes called .
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ジョアン Joanne Apr 6
Cleaning my home office & hit the stuff I was planning for geometry. It’s such a hands-on Unit & so much fun; filled with student art/creativity. All the tools/models collected/made over yrs of teaching are sitting in an empty school. Sad. Please just stay home!
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Dan Meyer Apr 6
🍭 NEW POST 🍭 Math Has Prepared Me Poorly for This Pandemic Is the same true for you?
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Sara VanDerWerf 2h
Math Teachers! We've had a bit of time to start teaching students virtually. I'd love to collect your best ideas so far. What is your best TIP for teaching math in a DISTANCE LEARNING environment? Be specific - I love visuals - small ideas or big! (thanks!)
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CBHobbs 15h
Day 6- How Many challenge! How many? What did you count? How did you count?
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Annie Perkins Apr 4
Day 20 : Origami Icosahedron. See thread for pictures and instructions.
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Suzanne Harper 14h
Read the comment below the image ... here's another example where someone doesn't quite understand linear measurement versus area. Thanks for providing a final exam question for my Geometry for Middle Grades mathematics content course, Facebook-Oxford Talk!
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ESMERALDA OROZCO 12h
I’m watching! Are you watching?
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Idan Tal Apr 2
Pythagorean theorem- Dissection
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Christine Redemske Apr 6
Current mood after getting to see a student across the street today!! ☺️ kids... we miss you like crazy. ❤️
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Lauren Eilers 7h
I’ve already seen some kids hopping. Never too early to incorporate math
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Ms. Kia Apr 6
Sent this to my students near East Africa today! They are FAST! A few have already solved it!
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