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Mary Gentry May 10
Giving students an Algebra 2 exam with a twist this year: complete the exam. When finished exchange your pencil for a marker and computer. Make any revisions you want using . It's changed the way I write the exam. I'm eager to see what I learn.
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Mark Trushkowsky May 11
When I hear, “I am not a math person,” what I want to say is, “They lied to you about what math is”. Let’s chalk up our streets, broaden what it means to do math, spark curiosity & conversation & use ’s to tell each other about it.
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Annie Giercyk May 9
I have NEVER seen my Algebra 2 work so hard!!! As they finished a practice problem they checked with me If it was correct, they could put their name in any box. I drew random numbers at the end for prizes and they went NUTS!
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Robert Kaplinsky May 15
Anyone have a way of explaining when to use "simplify" versus "reduce" that they can share with me? I'm getting the usage mixed up.
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Sara B. Vaughn May 9
Dear students: Please remember, everything we as teachers do is for you and not to you. Love, your teacher
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Mashup Math 21h
"Very few hands-on math resources are as useful and versatile as the humble LEGO brick." 5 Ideas for Teaching Math with LEGOs:
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Cal Armstrong May 17
"The best planning I can do" with
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Joel Bezaire May 14
OK, , as promised here is a blog-post breakdown of my Linear Olympics tweet from yesterday. This should answer most of the questions, but holler at me if you have any more:
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Robert Kaplinsky May 14
The article Never Say Anything A Kid Can Say was pivotal in my career because it made my struggles feel normal and gave me a path forward to improve. So, here's my love letter to Steve Reinhart's article:
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Fawn Nguyen May 18
Sharing this great free ebook again, chockfull of great problems to explore, from the wonderful "Hook Line Sinker An Online Resource Book For People Who Teach Mathematics"
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Karen Vaites May 13
Today in Outrageously Bad Decisions: selects one the weakest curricula in K–12 Ed for its elementary schools, as reports. As Mom to a PS11 1st grader + an advocate of strong math work: I'm APPALLED. (Thread)
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Bear St. Michael May 15
If you could teach a half-year math elective, what would you teach? Assume total curricular freedom.
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Heather Theijsmeijer May 9
How can we value the messiness in math?
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Alexandra Otto May 17
I am creating some awards for our school awards ceremony. I wanted to give a student an award for Best Math Debater. Then I read it aloud quickly, and realized that is probably not the best title for a middle school award! 🤦‍♀️
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Stacia LaBounty May 15
Classifying quadrilaterals with a tree map. Student: “So a square is a rectangle, but a rectangle is not a square?” 🤯
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Janaki Nagarajan 12h
For the girls I have taught, and the girls I will teach, for the girls I'm inspired by, and for the girl I used to be.
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D May 15
Roll and fill the frame with cubes - how many are needed to fill the area? The perimeter? Try different sizes of frames or cubes and see if these numbers get larger or smaller. What else can we fill the frames with?
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Kerryn Sandford 13h
Have you seen 's free online resource e-book "Hook Line Sinker" Download it for yourself here.
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