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chase orton Jun 15
“Different teachers use the same words to mean different things.” Stigler/Hiebert Top of my list: problem-solving fluency assessment student discourse What’s at the top of yours?
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Berkeley Everett Jun 17
We took the 1st and 4th graders out to convince the public that no one is “bad at math”. Most adults used standard algorithm, and kids asked “can we show you a more efficient strategy?” (Like friendly numbers for adding 39+43) They loved being the teacher!
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Math Before Bed Jun 11
Eliminate the Summer Slide! 180 creative pictures to spark math discussions! As a parent I’m always looking for ways to strengthen my kids math thinking! Especially since summer is just about here!!! Grab the 180 Prompts for 180 Days e-book.
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Dan Meyer Jun 10
Posting something tomorrow about , which caught 🔥🔥🔥 on Twitter last week. Give the tool a look first. Use it to solve 2x - 3 = 4x + 7 or some other linear equation.
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Sarah Clooney Jun 17
Starting off the last week of school by preparing for next year! Can’t believe that my first year of teaching is almost over!
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chuguanhuey Jun 13
I'm a 5th and 7th grade math teacher new to twitter! My friend told me it's a great place to connect, learn and grow. Looking for any resources and people to follow for middle school math!
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Christopher Klerkx Jun 14
My students and I came up with this problem and it is blowing my mind. Been working on it for almost two days and still not sure about it. How many ways do you see?
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Carl Oliver Jun 10
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Gabrielle Aitchison Jun 15
Was a bad morning until now. Love getting a thank you note when I need it most!
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Kathy H Jun 15
Hey , and our buddies in NorCal, , myself and my school ( ) are hosting a TMC in October. It's a free opportunity to gather to celebrate our mutual love of math, teaching, and community. Interested? Here's the link:
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Kristen Emmel 13h
What if an algebra course started with polynomials and factoring before we even touch slope and linear equations? What are the ramifications of such a shift? Asking for a friend...
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Jeri Lynn Howard Jun 15
Hey elementary math teachers! My district just adopted Ready math. I am beginning to plan my instruction for second grade. What areas are weak? What needs supplementing or careful consideration.
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R1chard Marm0lej0 Jun 15
My parents are hoping for a girl. My in-laws are hoping for a boy. I'm just hoping the baby is good at math lol
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The Number Punk Jun 13
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Megan Ludwinski Jun 17
This looks like fuel for number talks or fraction talks! I can see using this for warm ups.
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Christina Anjos Jun 13
Constructing bridges in MCF today for the Performance Task! Thanks for the inspiration, Mrs Kumka!
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Nanette Johnson Jun 14
Hey & I need help. Talking to my 7yo about the word each. Problem: Every girl reads 3 books every day. How many will each girl read in 3 days? (The prev prob had 4 girls in it so he used that info for this prob) How can I help him understand each meant 1?
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Miss Lovely Jun 13
The math fairy is real! 😍 Please reveal yourself math fairy!
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