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Kristy Jacob Aug 8
Hi there! I’m a new high school math teacher and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for good first day(s) activities! Or any tips in general! I'm teaching Honors Algebra 1, Honors Geo, and a credit recovery class!
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Kristy Jacob Aug 10
72 pencils later and my hexastix is finally complete! Next time I'm going to make one with unsharpened pencils so I don't poke myself as much!
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Mrs. Beauchemin Aug 11
Wait...will this always work? I’m not a morning person, am barely awake, and found this on Pinterest. I saved it to play with later but in this sleepy state, my mind is kind of blown.
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Erika Fisher Aug 10
Can't wait to put this up in my classroom! Did I miss any words?
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MrWagsMath Aug 15
Hello and people! First tweet here. Looking for any project ideas for my unit on Limits and Continuity. I have a dozen decent Algebra II projects from last year but here I start anew on AP Calculus AB.
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Alex ~ VicMathsNotes Aug 14
Converted my quadrilaterals flow chart into a Venn diagram. Feel free to use either.
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Madi Roberts Aug 16
Any NC math 2 teachers out there? Wanna share some resources with this newbie?
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Jon Orr Aug 11
Would you rather... have $1000 a week for life or $675K. At what age should it not matter?
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Philip Smith Aug 12
I have moved the harmonograph into my classroom to take up way too much space and distract the students terribly.
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Cynthia B Wolley Aug 13
I've just been here for a few days, still finding my way in this twitterverse... I teach Geometry & Pre-Algebra. Who would be good to follow? Thanks.
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Cindy Reagan Aug 16
I asked my students to describe how they feel about math. I got a winner: "Math is like napping. You really don't want to do it as a kid but as you grow older you learn to love it. And I really love napping. :)"
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Bradley Smith Aug 11
Im totally new to this twitter thing and I am teaching pre-calculus for the first time this year. Anybody have any good advice/activities I could use?
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Mr. Puzzle 5h
According to Common Core kids should be able to count to 10 before K and yet my many 5th graders got this problem incorrect. What skill(s) do you think is(are) missing and how to address them?
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Rebecca Price Aug 16
Would love feedback - Do teachers write the e.g. 3 times table as 3 x 1, 3 x 2 or 1 x 3 and 2 x 3... I'm thinking whether this difference adds to young/dyscalculic students' confusion. In NZ 3x2 is 3 groups of 2. So is each table how many groups or what's in the group?
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Eric Anderson Aug 14
Today, Students and I discussed the phrase, "I am not sure if I am right..." before they give their answer. Other phrases introduced to replace it, "Does this also make sense to my classmates?" "Could I get your input about this idea?"
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Sarah Carter Aug 15
Our math department has been switched to 65" smart TVs instead of Smart boards this year. Any tips or advice?
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Mike Altman Aug 15
It is that time of the year again.
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Sarah Donaldson Aug 12
Pre-Calculus, AB Calculus, and Math 2 teacher here. Always looking for new ideas! Decided to join twitter after following 's blog. What blogs/people should I follow?
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Jami D Packer Aug 14
Hey ...who are my 8th grade peeps for this year?
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John Stevens Aug 15
Who is an elementary educator on Twitter who you would love to learn from (or would love to be your child's teacher)? I am working on a really fun math project and would love some recommendations.
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