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Rockstar MathTeacher Oct 10
Hey can you tell me which method you would use with your students and why? Example 1 or Example 2? We are having this discussion in our department and I was hoping to get other input. 🙂
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Robert Kaplinsky 4h
Want Standards for Mathematical Practice posters that will be more easily understood by students, parents, and educators? Check out my revised versions! . Click the "GET THE PDF" button to download all 8 MPs as a printable PDF.
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John Brown 1m
TIL about Computational Layer in and used it to improve the linear modeling and systems activity I created last week. Try it out and give me feedback!
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Robert Kaplinsky Oct 13
Are you an elementary teaching looking for some images you can bring into your math classroom to get kids talking? Check out Math Visuals from :
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Kim Spek 19m
Quilting involves a TON of math, yet patterns and tutorials are mostly made to be "math free" and they take great pride in that. For example, isosceles right triangles are called "half-square triangles". Tonight I saw this with instructions and I was disgusted. sigh.
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Ms. Booth 2h
Exploring Fractions through two-color counters. One student had an aha moment and said, “It’s magic!” It’s not magic... it’s math!
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Mr. Fredericks 4h
Day 46: things get a little messy during a showdown, but worth the interaction and discussions between Ss. Reviewing function families, shapes of graphs, and locator points.
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Sandy Gill 21h
Skyscrapers are so fun that they are used to celebrate the end of a unit and introduce a new topic.
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Andrea Biro Oct 17
Valuing what I value...I formalized my test correction procedure this year with a form for Ss to complete, and added an error analysis component (from ). Learning doesn’t stop once the test is written.
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Tracy Proffitt Oct 15
When and I couldn't find an elementary math podcast for teachers, by teachers, we decided to create our own. Here's our trailer, and our first episode will be posted Sunday. Please like and share!
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Morgan Pittman 51m
That moment when you caught it on video. “Oh yay!” she said.
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Cathy Yenca Oct 9
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Ms. R. Coleman 6h
LIVE AND DIRECT: The Summit 2 Math Experience Planning.
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Alison Flowers Oct 17
Has anybody done an escape room type activity in a middle school or high school math room? It would be great if it was for Algebra 2 or Precal😊
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Amber Longhi 2h
Advanced Functions & Modeling students practiced solving trigonometric word problems with a gallery walk in the hallway today!
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Jennifer Raicevich 2h
Linear equations card sort. Practicing finding slope and y-intercept in graphs, tables, and equations.
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Mrs. Manka Oct 9
Should students be rewarded for showing work, punished for not showing work, or not consider work shown at all??? Thoughts...
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Sally Cosgrove 12h
HA2 Building functions from scenarios using the app to determine zeros and extrema. ☘️
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Cait Oct 16
Why do students make this mistake so often? How would you address it? They were asked to plot the point A at -20, and point B, which is 5 less than A. So a couple of mistakes going on here, but my biggest concern is the dropped negatives!
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Team Wipebook Oct 15
Sketchnoting? And how can I get started? , ,
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