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khicks Jun 22
HS math teachers HW question-how far ahead do you plan HW assignments? In precal last yr I tried to give out HW at the beginning of a unit but then if we didn’t fully cover what was planned that day, it was pointless. Ideas?
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Berkeley Everett Jun 17
We took the 1st and 4th graders out to convince the public that no one is “bad at math”. Most adults used standard algorithm, and kids asked “can we show you a more efficient strategy?” (Like friendly numbers for adding 39+43) They loved being the teacher!
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samjshah2 Jun 21
Hi , Sam Shah here. I'm taking a plunge and creating a non-private twitter acct so I can hang with more people. I'll still use my private account primarily, but feel free to befriend my public acct if you want! This is that account!
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Christopher Klerkx Jun 14
My students and I came up with this problem and it is blowing my mind. Been working on it for almost two days and still not sure about it. How many ways do you see?
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Mashup Math Jun 16
Mathematics is about understanding!
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David Butler Jun 20
School maths teachers. Please don’t set a number of questions for homework but instead set a time limit. Some kids will take literally hours to get through your list of questions.
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Julie Jun 19
Just found out that I’m teaching Algebra 1 next year! I’m so excited because I’ve never taught it before! Who are my peeps??
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Brian Jun 21
Anyone with success putting on a "Math Night" or something similar for parents and families at your school? I want to learn from you.
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Janice Novakowski Jun 18
I saw this new book here on Twitter and ordered it right away! Nothing Stopped Sophie is a story about persevering through adversity, the intersection of math & science and the poetry of mathematics. A lovely depiction of a true story.
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chase orton Jun 15
“Different teachers use the same words to mean different things.” Stigler/Hiebert Top of my list: problem-solving fluency assessment student discourse What’s at the top of yours?
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MathKatherine Jun 20
, have you found calculator caddies to be worth the wall real estate? I've been using a clear storage bin for our TI-84 Pluses, but am considering other options for next year. If so, any recs? Also in search of other math & CS storage/organization tips! Thanks!
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Diana Fesmire Jun 20
Hi I am changing schools & content.Looking for suggestions to follow for HS Geometry & Precalc. Thanks!
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Jay Chow Jun 22
wanna learn the computation layer? DON'T WATCH THE VIDEOS, I'll only lead you astray!! Instead, try this:
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