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Robert Kaplinsky Sep 19
What do you notice and wonder about these measuring spoons? They seem to be permanently out of stock these days, but here's where you can learn more:
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Ms. Lambert Sep 18
my teach from home setup
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Matt Enlow Sep 13
This is the REAL "cancel culture" we need to fight against, amirite?
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AMSI Schools Sep 19
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Robert Kaplinsky 7h
"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." — Benjamin Franklin
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Samantha Sexton Sep 16
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Jami B Sep 18
⁩ 8th grade math is working on translations, reflections, and rotations today in ⁦⁩!
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Caty Romero Sep 16
Students loved using manipulative to create area models and connect with pictorial area models. Social distance was not going to keep us from learning by doing!
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Liz Caffrey Sep 15
Started class today with a non-math q: is a burrito a sandwich? Then one S informed me of the “cube rule of food” and it became a mathematical question followed by a proof. Mind blown.
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Dan Shuster Sep 18
Are you a 7th-grade or teacher looking for virtual activities in ? Check these out, just added to the now K-7 doc. Direct Link: K-7 Doc Link:
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Kurt Salisbury Sep 17
Posted a few more algebra lessons on linear equations & functions:
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Kerri Homan Sep 18
Using candy to help us learn calculus. It’s a good day in B23!
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M-E Murphy Sep 18
Practising multiple representations of large numbers...... with wanted posters. Check out these clever aliases, keep your eyes peeled for these crimes against math!!
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achievethecore.org Sep 19
Our interactive Coherence Map shows you how the math standards are connected. Use it to see connections within and across all grades:
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Danielle Weaver Sep 17
Student: Mrs. Weaver, are you eating candy in class? Me: I had too many in the container. Now I am ready .... Who can come the closest to the amount of M&Ms in the jar? Student: Well now you have to eat them all so we will know the number. Me: In the name of math...
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Vanessa Khvorostin Sep 18
Challenging mathematical tasks
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Pam Harris Sep 18
Boaler makes a pretty interesting assumption: "If we want students to be making mistakes" Do we want student to be making mistakes? Where do you stand on this?
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Georgina Rivera Sep 18
What do you do when a new teacher has not seen a number talk? You jump in and model
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Mrs. Ventrella Sep 18
Monday I return to the classroom after 5 years as a Secondary Math TSA & Instructional Coach. I will miss my amazing team and the wonderful educators I have worked with at CNUSD. But I am looking forward to applying all that I’ve learned with my own classes.
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Idil Abdulkadir Sep 16
Another warm up/debate for your classroom.
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