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Anna 29 Jun 15
A1- day 3 how many sugar cubes In box? why is there a difference? Why didn't alg work?
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Cheryl Cantin 3 Aug 16
My graphic representation of 4 principles of c.d. in Thoughts?
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CGI2015 Conference 21 Jun 15
and keynote- Fri 9am! Get a headstart by following their ongoing "slow chat"!
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Tracy Johnston Zager 2 May 17
Love this! Love the questions, "Where are the jars in this representation? Where are the markers?"
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ksogden 28 Jul 15
Sense Makers really hits home with me. I work with struggling learners and they often don't take risks in learning.
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Katie Stafford Sep 7
Way to start the year off right with in your ! Your students are going to dive so much deeper with their conversations.
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Becca Lewis 26 Jun 15
and just introduced a new talk move--turn and tweet!
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Tracy Johnston Zager 6 Jul 15
Replying to @MathMinds
"Add a zero!" For the love of Pete, let's justify "add a zero" for multiplying by ten. CH 4 A1
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Chrissy Newell 6 Jul 16
Tchng Channel has vids with convo structures from like
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Michelle Rinehart 1 Jul 16
. sharing about and facilitating effective math discussions at . Open vs. Targeted Share.
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Taylor Williams 5 Aug 15
"Being curious about children's ideas signals to them that they are respected."
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Angela Turrou 24 Oct 16
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Lynn Simpson 20 Jul 15
Ch6A1: using attachable volume cubes was great to establish vocab during intro math talk. Touching and naming vertex/face etc
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Allison Hintz 5 Aug 15
Greatly appreciating @dannytybrown writing and thoughts!
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Jody Guarino 6 Jul 15
Love that article! Another great source is .
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Lynn Simpson 21 Jul 15
Ch6A2: 3D representations are hard to draw, easy to build. Need specific teaching to learn how, not intuitive.
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David McConnell 28 Jul 15
"We need to remember that there's always a logic behind why students think the way they do"
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Alison Fox 1 Jul 15
& Ts in a quick huddle to plan compare and connect discussion with students!
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Cheryl Cantin 5 Jul 16
Here are my sketchnotes for Chapter 1 of . Thoughts?
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Elham Kazemi 7 Mar 16
Discussing fractions notation errors with 3rd graders. Troubleshoot and revise.
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