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Caroline Hornburg 8 Feb 19
My latest paper with and colleagues is now published in the Journal of Educational Psychology! . We developed and tested a supplemental intervention for 2nd graders that improved children's understanding of math equivalence.
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Sarah Powell 9 Aug 18
Back in the stacks ⁦⁩. Looks and smells the same. This is where I wrote lots of stuff, including my about the .
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Sarah Powell Feb 26
Thinking about better ways to teach about the and inequality symbols with and . Jared's made some great visuals to move away from explanations requiring an alligator!
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Sarah Powell 15 Dec 16
There's another poster about the !
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San Pascual STEAM Magnet 6 Nov 18
Students as young as kindergarten are exploring concepts around equality, a foundational skill for algebraic reasoning. Listen as these students explain their thinking!
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Sarah Powell 10 Jul 17
Some great information for Monday! The strange and righteous history of the equals sign
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Sarah Powell Oct 17
"While equality is a strict relationship — either two things are equal or they’re not — equivalence comes in different forms." Interesting article! With Category Theory, Mathematics Escapes From Equality via
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CPALMS 21 Nov 17
Do your first graders know that 7=7? This task may provide surprising misconceptions about equality in your classroom
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Kat Hendry 1 Apr 19
Excited to start algebra in ! Using a scale we learned the scale must be balanced for the two sets of objects to be the same. We can use the equal sign to represent this balance! Plates are balance scales.
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Stamford American School Hong Kong Mar 30
What does this ‘=’ mean? In the Grade 1 online maths lesson, Ms. Marks used a scale to investigate the equal sign and then the class practiced making equal sums with numbers together.
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Sarah Powell Mar 27
Analyzing some children's books with and , and we see a classic mistake!
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Caroline Hornburg 4 Apr 18
Key points from my dissertation, now published: -Greater accuracy on "a + b = c + __" problems than "a + b = __ + c" (and most children ages 7-11 solve both incorrectly!) -IPD analysis can be more powerful than for detecting between-study moderation
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Mrs. Bruno 18 Sep 18
Working with partners to solve true number sentences.
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Sarah Powell 22 Oct 16
Saturday morning reading with my nephews. Bad knowledge is alive and well in the DK Picturepedia!
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Sarah Powell 6 Apr 17
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Bubbalu 🍐 14 Jun 16
tattoo on right hand. When I shake a hand, I want to be reminded that we are equals.
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• A n n e • 26 Mar 13
!!! Seriously. Stop.
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postponed baseball jenn 10 Feb 13
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MyStemKits 14 Jun 17
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Mrs. McLaren 9 Oct 18
Today, we had a great conversation about the . "It's not just about finding the answer." Then, we created numbers which we compared and ordered with our partner.
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