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Tracy Johnston Zager Aug 9
I was just reminded of this great collection of Always, Sometimes, Never statements crowdsourced by the crew a few years ago. Enjoy!
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Suzanne Harper Aug 14
My Algebra I student just came home from the first day of school ... I have STRONG feelings about the Mathematics grading policy. I would love to hear your thoughts about it
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Tilli 23h
I cannot WAIT to play this game with our Algebra students this year!! I literally got your book today and I'm already obsessed!!
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Margie Pearse Aug 17
S-T-I-L-L deep in writing curriculum Having a blast creating number sense routines for grade 5 Have fun!
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Robert Kaplinsky Aug 10
If you look back at how you used to teach and are embarrassed, congratulations! I know I am and I hope you are too. Here's why:
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Howie Hua Aug 9
For what it's worth, here are 3 activities that I've done on the first day of school:
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Carla Dawson 38m
New blog post: Swimming in the Cracks of Math. Free fraction challenges download in blog.
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Steve Bontempo Aug 12
Hey and , anyone have a good first day of school activity for a small 8th grade math class of 10 students? (this is a pre-algebra class, they will take algebra as freshmen). Thanks!
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Sunil Singh Aug 9
I could be wrong. But, the math education world is generally divided by those who want to enable/support the current infrastructure and those that want to dismantle it. I am in the latter camp...with the intensity of a thousand suns:)
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Corinne Morris Aug 14
I’ve always been anti-Twitter but I’ve loved ’s free posters and ’s great day 1 stations! Who else should I follow for junior high math ?
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Fawn Nguyen Aug 13
My latest news! Grateful for this opportunity from
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NCTM Classroom Resources Aug 16
Hello Twitter! This is the account of the Classroom Resources Committee. Our goal is to share classroom resources with a broader audience. We'll be featuring resources each month that will be FREE so more people can see what has to offer!
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CambridgeMathematics Aug 16
NEW BLOG: Seven questions with... Dr Amenda Chow.
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