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Kristen Bennett Dec 8
Happening now: making a cake and need 1/2 cup of butter. I have a block that is 2/3 cup of butter. How do I get 1/2 cup? My husband and I have been going back and forth. I cut the butter to show my method. He is not convinced
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Chris Bolognese 2h
Today was a blast going to Lower School to do some coloring with the books we designed in Precalculus. Visiting more classes tomorrow! Great way to chill out before exams.
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Sophie S. Brady 1h
I highly recommend “The Unit You” task from . Tangible & fun way for Ss to explore Powers of 10. One S is the unit & they have to find objects/distances that that represent 1/10, 1/100, 1/1000, 10, 100 times that unit. Perfect way to launch decimals.
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Mrs. Morris 7m
Construction Zone 🚧 Area & Perimeter review was a blast today! Students joined the crew and rotated through four stations each one practicing their skills! Can we solve it? Yes we can!
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Ethan Weker 16h
What do you notice and wonder?
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Lucy L 6m
Math National Honor Society Meeting today!
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Kelly Innocenzi 7h
sporting my order of operations holiday shirt. Let's see if my 5th graders figure it out.
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Mike Altman Dec 10
Just got a grant for classroom set of iPads and Apple pencils. Looking for ideas and apps to help snowball my research. 5th grade math.
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Sinae Kim 1h
Day 3 was lots of fun! More photos for process here and more to come for final products...
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Christin Baker 21h
Using Christmas presents to explore surface area and find a pattern for whether volume or surface area is a larger measurement! Plus their wrapped presents will be great for our Christmas Math-A-Thon!
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Steve Clarke Dec 10
Student Question: "Why do we even have multiplication by 1 when it doesn't change anything?"
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Angela Manzo 59m
Did some hands-on/real world modeling in math lab today. Used to create table and graph results. Shout out to for providing the inspiration.
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Mark Kaercher 30m
Created a lot of headaches today, trying to figure out the value of a pattern block, if the hexagon is worth $1.00.
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Ella Hereth 26m
Looking for a good quick video and or activity to review point slope form. Any ideas?
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Peter Drysdale Dec 10
Surds / Radicals. Each brick is the sum of the two beneath it.
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Taffy Tom Dec 7
“Math is the only subject that can tell you the truth.” My top student told me that when she heard this quote, it changed her life. Numbers and statistics can unlock the unknown.
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Ms. Broy 2h
Day 3 = strategy 3! Today we practiced making equal groups✖️✔️ one student said, “wait splitting things into groups? isnt this division?!” Loving the math thoughts that lead to deeper conversation
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PSCTM Dec 10
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Partnership for Equitable Mathematics Acceleration 17h
Well, it’s official. PEMA is off the ground! Long Island Partnership for Equitable Mathematics Acceleration has been formed. Purpose: To promote equitable acceleration practices - because everyone can do math levels with the right experiences and the right mindset!
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Kristy Jacob Dec 7
Excited to add a new geometric model to my ceiling! Students also created the 12 card star this week! Most successful moment was when a student said, “Wow, I guess geometry is pretty cool after all!” ☺️
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