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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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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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Dan Meyer Dec 1
"In reading we teach students to make connections between books. What if in math we taught them to make connections between math problems?"
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John Funk 28 Oct 17
Instead of asking, "What did you learn?" Ask, "What are you wondering now?"
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Samantha Hong 27 Oct 17
Learning new strategies at with the great speaker ! DOK3 is hard!!
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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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Aariel Paradee 28 Oct 17
Just watched build a activity in about 1 min... I guess it’s not too hard to try myself
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Kim Thomas Nov 2
Slider approaching zero to help students visualize the derivative of sin(x).
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Kristie Donavan Dec 1
Summarizing : don’t call tasks “low floor / high ceiling” - call them “low threshold / high ceiling.” The threshold is what we need to cross over to get into a room and we need all students to be able to get into a problem!
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Casey McTeach Nov 29
Welp.... I can’t stay away after all. Just booked a hotel for at Asilomar... tomorrow. 🤷🏼‍♀️ can’t stay away from you silly folks no matter how hard I tried...
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Nanette Johnson Nov 3
Hey ⁦⁩ , ⁦⁩ is giving you some ❤️❤️ in her session
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Erick Casallas 2 Dec 17
Getting our math learning on!!! Time to share some math love now ❤️💛💙💛💙💛
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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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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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Lisa Bush 29 Oct 17
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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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Tyler Auer 3 Dec 17
Insane pushback for Alan Schoenfeld teaching problem solving to college students: "You're not teaching them content, you're just teaching them to think. So I can't count your course towards the major."
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Macy McGuire Nov 3
My math pantry is stocked... Ready to prepare some great appetizers for my kids on Monday! Thanks, and !
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Mike Manley Dec 1
My math conference is better than yours!
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