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Cathy Yenca Oct 9
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Laura France 12h
Looking for warmups for 7th grade ratios and proportions. Any Favorites? Does WODB work well?
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Danitte Kozai 59m
Saw this on social media. Very Pomegraphit. Anyone agree/disagree with these coordinates?
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Rockstar MathTeacher Oct 10
Hey can you tell me which method you would use with your students and why? Example 1 or Example 2? We are having this discussion in our department and I was hoping to get other input. 🙂
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MYLES WILDE Oct 13
What is a reasonable number of math practices to focus on in a lesson? I was told 2-3 at most,.. even 1 is fine, but in class last week in class, people we're mentioning a lot more. Thoughts? ,
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Robert Kaplinsky Oct 13
Are you an elementary teaching looking for some images you can bring into your math classroom to get kids talking? Check out Math Visuals from :
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Mrs. Manka Oct 9
Should students be rewarded for showing work, punished for not showing work, or not consider work shown at all??? Thoughts...
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Mr.Ball III Oct 13
Have any of you used FlipGrid having students explain their work or explain anything to you? If so, how did it work out? I am thinking of having students create a graph based on their daily activity and using Flip Grid to record themselves explaining their graph to me.
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ruth erquiaga 16h
thinking I may want to make my own desmos activity. Lots of my objectives are missing from current activities. Where do I start?
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katrine 9h
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Christy S Oct 12
What would you say is one of the main problems in math classrooms? (Gathering info for PhD assignment)
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Druin Oct 11
what's your favorite no (or low) prep way to review for a test?
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Sendhil Revuluri 34m
ICTM Annual Conference + ICTM Survey = Find Your People! -
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Joe Herbert Oct 10
TFW you see Ss making a mistake and resist saying anything and then check back and see that they’ve caught and corrected it on their own.
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Ms. Lyons Oct 13
Has anyone out there used these for teaching about the triangle inequality theorem? Looking for some sturdy manipulatives to teach this as my current ones are a little too bendy
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aybuke Oct 13
Hey here it is few graphs related to hashtags based on a week long data. The 1st graph, the degree range is 15, the second 20 & the third 20 without the two hashtags. The Node color is for Closeness Centrality & the size for Betweenness Centrality.
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Rhonda Hewer 2h
Is your class ready to play Guess That Estimation - twitter style (see instructions on pic)? The approximate number of phone calls the average person makes each year.
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Alex Overwijk Oct 12
I invited a sports psychologist into my I am a firm believer in creating an environment for an optimal learning experience. We had talked about this and she talked about athletes and optimal performance. Here is part of her feedback. Cc
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Beau Scott 3h
Reading Math with Bad Drawings this morning by and came across this gem. Think about how you respond to constraints.
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Kathy H Oct 13
Pro tip from - give a AB for homework - look at student screens before class and then use Snapshots to highlight and compare answers in class.
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