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Illustrative Math Mar 30
It’s a new week for . New slides added for Days 6–10. Check them out here:
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Illustrative Math Mar 26
It is Day 4 of and we would love to hear how you are using the pictures and questions. Please share your ideas here so we can all learn together.
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Chrissy Newell Mar 31
“This is only one tomato because it’s two halves.”
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Illustrative Math Mar 29
Join Jennifer Wilson and Vanessa Cerrahoglu as they talk about Math Language Routines with examples from IM 6-12 Math at NCSM's Virtual Conference. Tuesday, March 31st at 4pm ET/1pmPT. Register for free here
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Illustrative Math Mar 30
What elements of your classroom would you like to carry into the digital space? Read some ideas from the IM curriculum writing team here:
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Gabe Rosenberg Mar 30
After week 1, students say small group work in breakout rooms have been most helpful. A shared google doc per room plays the role of . Zoom does random grouping. Tasks are from . Student thinking is visible and I can make informed decisions.
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Kevin Liner Mar 30
Week 2! Hope you are all having fun with these. and I added a full week to the slides if you want to see ahead.
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Illustrative Math Mar 26
We love seeing IM Talking Math in action! Thank you so much for sharing .
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Cathy Dickson Mar 30
Week 2 of eLearning started today! Want to make sure I EMPATHIZE this week...
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Cathy Dickson Mar 29
Excited to welcome students back to eLearning tomorrow after Spring Break! Week 2 here we go..
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Illustrative Math Mar 26
New IM Blog Post! IM’s Talking Math At Home by Director of K–5 Math Curriculum and Professional Learning Kristin Gray
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Jeanne Simpson Mar 31
Virtual collaboration around Mathematical Language Routines through ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Chrissy Newell Mar 30
Sweet! Printed them out to put in our math journals & will share work! Thank you 🥰
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100Kin10 Mar 30
Looking for ways to spark math discussions at home? 100kin10 partner is sharing images and questions to ask your family and students. Check out their daily different grade-level-aligned options: .
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Illustrative Math Mar 29
What does distance learning look like for you and your school? The IM curriculum writing team offers ideas to help you plan. Read more here:
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Kristin Gray Mar 29
That is so great to hear Suzanne, we are busy getting the slides all set for next week! We would love to hear or see some of their responses if you have a chance!
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Illustrative Math Mar 27
It is Day 5 and we want to hear from you about the math you are seeing, doing, and talking about at home! Please share your experiences or images you think would be great to add to our collection!
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Chuck Larrieu Casias Mar 26
Replying to @k8nowak
Holy crap!
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Hilary Kreisberg Mar 26
Have you checked out and team's work to help caregivers at home? It's FANTASTIC. It's perfect for remote or online learning, asynchronous or synchronous learning. Please share this gem with your families.
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LeeanneBranham Mar 26
Reply to debate math question 2 by pulling down tab in right corner or by following this link:
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