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NCTM Aug 7
In case you missed any of this week's live, free webinar's Check it out here. Or see what we have scheduled for next week.
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Jenn Suh Aug 10
Be Both Author and Illustrator of Mathematical Understanding: Day 74 loved Jill Gough, Be an author & illustrator of mathematical understanding! Deepen understanding, promote productive struggle, increase flexibility by using & connecting math representations
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Dave Barnes 2h
Focus on the Question: Making Sense of Problems and Persevering in Solving Them – Great connections to Participants engaged during Days of Professional Learning. Thanks
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Trena Wilkerson Aug 10
Great session with Jill Gough on being both author AND illustrator of our math understanding! Live on Facebook now or recording tomorrow ⁦⁩ 100 Days of PL!
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Nicole Rigelman Aug 4
Recognizing the importance of providing both social and cognitive support to students' developing identities as mathematical knowers and doers.
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Jennifer Reel Aug 10
Participating in “Be Both Author and Illustrator of Mathematical Understanding” Webinar with Jill Gough. I enjoy Ms. Gough showing how important laying this foundation will be for future math.
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Jenn Suh Aug 3
What Math Do Elementary Math Teachers Really Need to Know? Marian Small: Day 70 Teachers need to know multiple ways (compensation, break apart, place value) & know why and when to use strategies. It’s always better when students come up and share the strategies!
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Melanie Janzen 1h
We had a great session tonight! So many amazing educators from all over the world participating!
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Allison Miller 24h
Where has been all my life? Thanks for the great resource!
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Trena Wilkerson 2h
One of my favorite topics-perseverance!! Join us on Facebook Live ⁦⁩ 100Days of PL with Melanie and Catherine!
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Rosanna Luzarraga Aug 2
Addressing missed contents ...
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Elisabeth Read 12h
Squeezing in some between Zooms this morning. Catalyzing Change. How will we create equitable structures in mathematics?
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Jenn Suh Aug 5
The Power of Voice: How to Empower & Engage Students: Day72 Engaging session w/ Desmos-Joleigh Honey, Affirm mathematics learners' identities-Student voice provides rich data, allows for engagement, empowers learners & positions students to own the mathematics!
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Shannon Curry Aug 10
Drawing or modeling is a way to attach meaning to mathematical understanding. Thanks for such a great session today!
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NCTM Aug 6
We didn't want to keep this webinar to ourselves. In case you missed "Translanguaging to Persevere: Exploring Latinx Bilingual Students’ Collective Problem-solving " you can view it here: , ,
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Mr. Tobin Aug 4
This is what’s on the agenda for a stormy night. 100 days of PD for ‘s 100th birthday.
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Thy Dinh Aug 10
As Ts our goal should be to help Ss be authors and illustrators of their math understanding — increase their Math identity
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Elisabeth Read Aug 6
“We are inequitable because we don’t yet value what everyone brings to the table.” - Catching up on sessions that I missed last spring. This is a MUST WATCH whether you teach math or not.
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NCTM Aug 10
All are invited 7:00pm EDT to our free webinar. Today's topic: Be Both Author and Illustrator of Mathematical Understanding (Grades 3–5). Register here: . For more back to school resources and guidance visit:
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Elizabeth Tolmach Aug 4
Thank you for some great webinars :) I'm enjoying learning about how to engage families in math fact fluency, the 10 frame in upper elementary, and how to use math to make sense of our world. The presenters are all great! 🎒🏅❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
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