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Fran Mar 9
My brain was very challenged today! Great symposium CMC!
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Nicole Ryan Dec 1
Hey all, I'm a high school teacher in West Sacramento, and I was told to make an educational Twitter by Who should I follow?
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Jemma Kennedy Mar 8
Math is a web, not a ladder. Angela Torres, SFUSD
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Matt Vaudrey Apr 8
Yo, friends! You still have a calendar week to apply for South Conference. If you'd like support with your application, send me a DM.
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Lauren Johnson Apr 4
Join me bright and early for some secondary visual math! I’ll be at the Hilton Bayfront- Sapphire room 400.
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Dan Meyer Dec 1
Interesting approach to differentiation. Swap out the problem’s numbers for easy, middle, and hard ones.
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Anne Schwartz Apr 8
How do y'all think would feel about a session called "White Supremacy in the Classroom"?
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Dan Meyer Dec 1
The workshopping process (in this conference session): (1) Give a problem. (2) Work on it with diagrams alone. (3) Show it to a peer. (4) Show it to another peer. (5) Solve it with numbers. Is this a common definition of "workshop"?
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Eli Luberoff Dec 1
“I can tell you that the impact of posters is... minimal. If you want to institute growth mindset in your classroom, set up your lessons so that there’s actually space & time for their minds to grow!”
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Peg Cagle, NBCT PAEMST Nov 30
Think anyone will know it’s me?!
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P.SustaitaClark Mar 9
. ready to start the symposium!
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Harlan Elrich Mar 9
If you teach 3rd grade, you don't teach 3rd grade. You teach 9 and 10 year olds who operate at a pre-k to 8th grade level of thinking.
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Chrissy Newell Mar 9
Thinking about shifting language away from “mistakes” to with &
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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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Kirstie Thiessen Mar 9
Ready to take out the word “mistakes” and replace it with “FirstTakes” Monday morning!
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kim smith Dec 2
For those of us unable to join ya'll in California... what was at least one highlight or take away you can share. Wish I was there.
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Maya Maroun Mar 14
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Robert Kaplinsky Mar 26
There is less than a month to apply to speak at the California Math Council's CMC South conference in Palm Springs on 11/15 & 11/16. It's one of the best math educator conferences and you should make it better by speaking there:
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Christine Roberts Mar 9
Humanizing the math classroom with to show students that their voice matters, collborating w/ others, and changing views about what math is. Great reminder that the role of the T needs to be humanized too!
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Chris Luzniak Mar 9
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