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Melynee Naegele 11h
A4 This is my Hidden Figures Unit posters I got from Here is my famous Failure Folder I use this powerpoint for Take 5 - 1 recitation, quote, famous failure, & life principle per day
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Graham Fletcher Feb 23
I finally had a chance to sit down with my buddies and on the Podcast. They do such a solid job putting everything together and you can check out our conversation here:
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Jennifer BayWilliams Feb 26
Quick Looks for multiplication! This one is for Doubling (Double and Double again.). Then played Fixed Factor War with 4 as fixed factor. Amazing students learning and practicing . All grades K-5.
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Cindy Cliche Feb 24
First graders are working on a task based on the book Equal Schmequal to help develop the understanding of the equal sign. ⁦⁩ inspired the idea of using cuisenaire rods as visual models.
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Reflective Teacher 11h
Replying to @MathCoachLuster
As important as I think it is to have more teachers of color in front of black and brown students, I think it's just as important for non-brown students to have educational experiences with teachers of color - we need windows AND mirrors.
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Larissa Chan 13h
A fun Friday challenge for Ss during school closure. Thanks for sharing 's "card investigation". Cards are one of my go to resources! Took me a few goes (& a lot of outtakes)! Try it yourself :)
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Nicola Godwin, PhD Feb 24
Digging out some of our most loved geometry picture books for next week’s session with our K-2 Math Project teachers. Any other titles that you would recommend?
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Sara VanDerWerf Feb 20
A3: One favorite way to move is with Mathematical Routines you probably already use in your class. I blogged about how you can tweak all of these to include movement here:
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Dave Burgess Feb 19
My friend, , passed last week. What a loss to education, family, friends, & the world. You can support the Berray family w/this special shirt honoring his belief that math was for everyone
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Mike Rashid Feb 25
We’ve been solving math puzzles to help with number sense and problem solving. These mathematicians created their own puzzles for the class to solve!
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Sara VanDerWerf Feb 20
A1: Research from outside of math talks about how movement improves attention and more while reducing stress....
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Nicol R. Howard, PhD Feb 26
This is what we’ve been up to... Became even more real, when the proof arrived on Monday. Now, back to work...
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Melynee Naegele 10h
And the winner is......... congratulations! PM me with your full name and address and I will get it to with We love how they are promoting learning for all of
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Sara VanDerWerf Feb 20
A4: made a set of math problems you can use for this activity - Balance Points. I recommend following up students number answer with "How did you see that number?" to increase discourse.
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Mashup Math Feb 25
Whoa! Check out these 21 fresh ideas and resources for grades 1-6!
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Louisa Feb 27
Such a powerful tool! Also easy to create to match content area. One of the best ways to integrate thinking from social studies into math and vise versa. SS work is a lot of looking at changes overtime. targets math & SS data understanding
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Mrs. Griggs' Class 10h
Saw this today on social media! Wish it was mine💜
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DISD Elementary Mathematics Feb 21
if you are wondering why we advocate for a Bottom-Up 120 chart, check out this article!
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Reflective Teacher 10h
One more time...does this increase my odds??? ;-)
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ElemMathChat 10h
Join us next week when Annie Fetter (and maybe Max ) lead us in Part 1 of 2: Concept, Method, Procedure You KNOW we will be doing some fun math!
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