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Howie Hua Nov 3
I will be doing a presentation in Renaissance Andreas at 10:30 AM! Title: How I Humanize the Math Classroom My goal for this talk is to give you as many ACTIONABLE ideas that you can use next week.
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Erin Fraser Nov 3
Priceless @ ? Chatting w/ amazing peeps u see rarely, yet always inspire u, & meeting new faces to add to the tribe!
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Howie Hua Nov 3
I am overwhelmed by the amount of love shown at CMC South. Even if we just said one word to each other, thanks for making this a great conference for me.
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Dan Meyer Nov 2
"When I think about low-level tasks, I think about Siri tasks. If Siri can solve the task, it's a low-level task."
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Nov 4
Save the date November 15-16, 2019. Join us for South Conference Diamond 💎Jubilee.
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Kim Thomas Nov 2
Slider approaching zero to help students visualize the derivative of sin(x).
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Kate Fisher Nov 17
Replying to @JSchwartz10a
I heard from a T at who uses the privacy screens to encourage collaboration over copying. He found without them, Ss would just show their papers to each other. With them, Ss have to talk about the math and make efforts to understand/be understood.
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Angela Turrou Nov 2
Standing room only at ’s session pushing us to identify the partial understandings being surfaced as children engage in math tasks at the “edge” of their understandings.
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Annie Fetter Nov 7
Finally on my way back to Philly after a great and going to school with . Great trip! Thanks And , we did do in Peg’s classes. Fascinating conversations. See some of you at Asilomar.
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Classroom Chef Nov 15
Thank YOU for joining us at , Netti! Hopefully you are still taking risks and trying new things.
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rosa Nov 3
Day 2 . Moon still up; sun on its way. Another glorious day of learning and connecting
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Glenda Martinez Nov 3
Dr. Rachel Lambert always has so much insight about students with disabilities and opens my eyes about my approach. Looking for ways to develop teacher "spidey sense". Building relationships is key.
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Nanette Johnson Nov 3
Hey ⁦⁩ , ⁦⁩ is giving you some ❤️❤️ in her session
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Sarah Dovetko Nov 2
We just knocked out our presentation ! Many thanks to my sparring partner...!
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Andrea  Holmes Nov 1
How do we move students past counting on? Come see us tomorrow @ 3:30 to learn how! We’ll have lots of give-a-ways and a chance to win a copy of our book! Hope to see you at our session, Counting by ones to add to knowing amounts to add.
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Angela Turrou Nov 2
An insight from : It’s easy to cut a whole into pieces... but Aysia is realizing she can cut a fraction into pieces. No wonder it’s so hard to name! Such a thought-provoking example from ’s session. (a fifth of a half! what?!?)
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John Stevens Nov 3
, you have done it yet again. I am feeling refreshed, exhausted, overwhelmed, and blessed all at once. Thank you to the and all the volunteers who made it possible for a bunch of math teachers help each other grow.
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Lauren Johnson Nov 4
I had an amazing experience at this year. Honestly the best yet. Amazing, supportive friends, incredible sessions to the point I had difficulty choosing, & growing by presenting for the first time. Thank you and everyone that makes the weekend the best! A
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Bonnie Maxwell Nov 3
Gratitude. I am so grateful for all the presenters and colleagues from others areas sharing their knowledge. My heart is overflowing with happiness. Thank you So excited!
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Cori Orlando Nov 4
Ready to take this for a test run tomorrow
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