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WeAreTeachers Jul 17
Graphing is way more fun on Post-its. 😉 See how here:
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Robert Kaplinsky Jul 13
Looking to get kids arguing about math? Check out from . Lots of great "Would you rather..." scenarios!
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Dan Meyer Jul 18
Never let your students forget that loads of math is just noticing stuff and making up names for it.
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Berkeley Everett Jul 14
Just a periodic reminder that you can download arrays of all the multiplication facts through 10 at Happy math-ing!
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Cara Daley Jul 18
Introduced systems of linear inequalities today in summer school algebra. Students worked in pairs, using sharpies and page protectors. Each graphed an inequality, then considered their system together.
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John Rowe 👨🏽‍🚀 Jul 16
Very cool 🍩 vs 🥧 I’m ALWAYS shocked at how much area a “donut” shape takes up.
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Frances Harper Jul 18
What do you notice? What do you wonder?
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Tim Brzezinski Jul 13
A nice treat! 😃 In , we can now rotate segments about lines to create a surface of REV WITHOUT the need to parameterize the segment using “curve” command. (Note: “g” is defined as a segment below).
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Sarah Carter Jul 13
Today on the Blog: Using Step Puzzles from Naoki Inaba to Practice Arithmetic Sequences
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Siddhi Desai Jul 18
Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds), Rajasthan, India Notice all the astounding mathematics in this hand-carved architectural marvel that was built 200+ years ago. Can’t even imagine the amount of patience, perseverance, and precision it took.
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Abigail JoAnn 10h
First year teacher here trying to find some fun and engaging first week of (math) class activities! Anything you remember doing that your high school students loved?
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Idewthemath2 Jul 13
Did you know about the “How To Type Math Functions” feature? Now you do (if you didn’t)! 🤯
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Eric 15h
Let's do some weekend math! There are three parts to this thread. Here is an intro to the task. Describe each strip with respect to the other. Fill in the blanks. The pink strip is the same size. (1/3)
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Stephanie Turner Jun 29
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Sarah Carter Jul 18
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Pam Harris Jul 18
It's time for ! Rules: tweet your favorite, clever solution. Tweet a strategy that's been posted or find an equally clever strategy. Like, RT so others can see
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John Rowe 👨🏽‍🚀 Jul 16
Here's an AWESOME collection of problems from . 84 visually and intellectually appealing pages of problems ready to go 👌🏽 Download it for🆓:
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Peter Drysdale Jul 7
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Richard Jones Jul 7
Last yr our dist. released the master sched. in mid July. I was able to mk flash cards. Knew Ss by name when they walked in class the 1st day. Sent Ss birthday cards before they ever met me. I had 100% engagement 100% of the time the entire yr. Lots of work/worth it.
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Sarah Carter 19h
Pinwheels for Peace 2018 - A Project Combining Art, Math, and
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