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MindShift Jul 13
"We live in a society with lots of kids who don't believe they are good at math. They're put into low groups; they're given low-level work and their pathway has been set." But doesn't have to look like this
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Renee White Jul 10
Ss reviewed tips to gathering data & created an anchor chart before gathering some data on favorites & then using it to create a picture graph with a comparing statement . Drawing symbols was fun but the emojis on the iPad were a highlight. 😊
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hackaday Jul 13
Even if you know the behind the Fourier series, we bet you'll get some new insight from this video.
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Idan Tal Jul 13
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Sam Walters ☕️ Jul 11
Simple example showing that switching integrals and infinite series willy-nilly can be hazardous to one's health.
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dailySTEM Jul 12
Can you find a way to make 2️⃣4️⃣ using just these 4 digits and➕➖✖️➗ It’s the anywhere!
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Binary Ground Jul 13
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Mathnasium of Kerrisdale Jul 17
What makes you excited to learn math? Let us know!
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Lisa Liang Jul 17
Concept circles are great for helping students understand equivalent quantities! Such a fun hands-on activity for students of all ages!
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Here for President Yang 2h
I'm so in for I just got the app to watch the draw.
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Stephen Seiler 7h
Summer 2019 Math Curriculum Writers.
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Zigurds Zakis Jul 17
"We need the to make sure we think straight. We use math not because we're smart, but because we aren't smart enough" by via
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Matt Hope Jul 17
If people were wondering, is the grass roots candidate in 2020
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Kim Mooney 5h
What an awesome learning experience we had today! I wish I had a math teacher like
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Wayne J. Wheatley Jul 15
Another example of using in the “real” world! This is how one cuts baseboards and trim to fit into corners. ⁦
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WeAreTeachers Jul 15
Have you tried 10 frames in your teaching?
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Education Week 12h
Teaching through tiny houses:
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Jaron Gubernick 21h
Draw any two lines. Pick three points on each line (call them A,B,C and a,b,c). Draw the lines Ab, Ac, Ba, Bc, Ca, Cb. Then the intersections of the lines Ab and Ba, Ac and Ca, and Bc and Cb are collinear. This result is known as Pappus' Theorem. .
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Matt Placek Jul 17
More goodies for my classroom! So blessed to have a super crafty wife!
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Sara for Yang #YangGang 🗽 💰 Jul 17
You know what's crazy? Andrew Yang will never GO DOWN in the polls. Once you are Yang Gang, you are Yang Gang for life! No candidate comes close to Yang, so you will never change your candidate again.
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