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Anna Dieter May 21
Ss: "Is that a negative sign or a minus?" Me: "Both! Well actually either. But you have to choose one." Any tips on how to explain that the subtraction sign can be regarded as a negative sign? Ss never buy my explanation. πŸ˜‚
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Amanda Fox May 21
I am dreaming of running public math programs in our local libraries, as a parallel to literacy programs and those that promote a culture of reading. Culture of math through games, puzzles, and discovery. Does such a thing already exist somewhere? Ideas?
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Ilana Horn 22h
Math teachers: would you be interested in a video library that showed lessons on key topics filmed around the world to get an idea of how ideas are presented in different countries? 🌍 πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ«
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mathies.ca May 21
New tool just released! Freely available for browser, iOS, Android, Windows and Mac - see Great for , and solving . Change the value of x and y.
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Fawn Nguyen May 18
Sharing this great free ebook again, chockfull of great problems to explore, from the wonderful "Hook Line Sinker An Online Resource Book For People Who Teach Mathematics"
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Mrs.Coffill's Corner May 14
A little 3 player multiplication Tetris. I love math! πŸ₯°
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Madelyne Bettis May 16
Loving the live music in Algebra 1 today!!
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Mandy 22h
This tradition at my school is so cool. The high school seniors wear their cap and gowns and return to their middle and elementary schools to walk the halls. I would have loved this as a middle school teacher to see my former kiddos just before graduation.
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Alyson Eaglen May 16
A fourth grader added 3/5 + 1/10 and got 3.5/5. His classmates said he was wrong. It was fun to hear him prove how his answer was actually the same as theirs (7/10).
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Mrs Fu and her Fu Fighters May 21
Decided to do a year end review book "Now I Can". Various topics with the first page being a second grade question and the next page a third grade question. Kids liked them!
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Rosalba McFadden 1h
β€œAre Ss impacted when they do not see themselves represented in faculty, staff, and/or admin?”- I think about this question a lot, especially knowing that I am often one of the only Latina teachers in a building. Representation matters!
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Ana Catalina Romero May 21
Wonderful number talk with these 2 amazing teachers! Students are engaged figuring out Which One Doesn't Belong? These are the right questions: how do you know? What are you thinking? How do you see it?
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Christelle Rocha 21h
Are you explicit about math being a gatekeeper with your students? If so, how? If not, why?
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Gabriela Hernandez May 21
Rigor + engagement 😍 Students working hard during our Mega Math Lottery. Easy prep: Students solve a problem, if they get it right they get to write their initials on a number. We draw at the end for prizes (simple as dojo points).
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Halcyon Foster May 20
What notation do I use to designate a reflex angle?
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Samantha Hong 37m
Ss wrote a message to someone who has helped them with math this year 😊 reading these warmed my heart! πŸ’•
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Tim Brzezinski May 16
: Learn to use with to engage Ss w/building & exploring 3D models & then using AR on their πŸ“±to test their accuracy! We’ll begin here: Part 1 - FRI 5-17 at 11:30A EDT! πŸ™‚ .
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Katherine Beeler 4h
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Kristine Woodford πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ 21h
Find a pencil, pick it up! For a math teacher, it’s good luck!
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Matzmathmadness 21h
What is your favorite education book you have read? Math related? Student related? middle school related? Please share!! Would love to make a list of must reads!!
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