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Math Before Bed Feb 14
How many hearts? How many red hearts? How many pink hearts? How do you know?
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Ara 10h
Truth of MS math - summary day of a boring unit is made immediately exciting by disguising the work in an escape room.
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Carri Gregory Feb 17
I need some good idea on how to teach translation, rotation, and reflections to an 8th grade resource Math class.
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Mrs. Miller Feb 18
How are you “playing” this week?
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James Burnett 6h
I am so very excited and proud of my daughter Gemma. She is releasing her YouTube channel today. They are short videos that teach elementary Ss math concepts/strategies. Please subscribe & share. You can find it here:
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Dan Meyer Feb 11
Huge fan of this post from . Math is a story and she's outlining the chapters from K-12.
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Shannon Underwood Feb 14
Hey - I plan to take on our support class next school year. (math lab for students also enrolled in A1 but struggling)- anyone have experience with this type of “class” and have insight/ideas? Help would be much appreciated!
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Shapes 3D Geometry apps 3h
Using Geometry Drawing app in a mode you can not only preview shapes but also work within them!
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Heather Murray Feb 11
I ♥️ math, but I ♥️ reading just as much. This is a short week for us, so I deemed it book week. 📚 If You Were a Plus/Minus Sign for K 📚 Zero for 1st 📚A Remainder of One for 3rd 📚Spaghetti and Meatballs for All for 5th. Engaging lessons for all
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Robert Kaplinsky Feb 10
Math 8 and Algebra 1 teachers, I could really use your help. Would you please try out these two problems with your students by 2/22/19 and let me know how how many got each problem right? Problems are in the images. Form & answers here:
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Annamary King Feb 18
Wish me luck and my math teacher colleagues. I’m using Desmos for the first time tomorrow in my 8th grade math class. Sorry to be late to the party.
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Robert Kaplinsky Feb 17
I love this context for introducing Least Common Multiple to students. How many hot dogs and buns should Steve Martin buy?
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Carrie Johnson, NBCT 13m
What a great way to make the trajectory of learning visible to students! This can assist students in knowing what learning targets are coming up, why they’re learning it, and how they’ll show success.
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MasterTrack Solutions Feb 18
⛄️ Prepping for a MasterTrack group working on on Place Value? Take a look at these 🤗 Number Representation Snowmen worksheets! Thank you @TheSTEMLaboratory! 🙌 ⛄️
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Katelyn Sanders Feb 11
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Carrie Johnson, NBCT 8m
I love these fraction games for third grade! What strategies are helping your students understand unit fractions in relation to a whole?
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Idan Tal Feb 14
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Heather Murray Feb 16
I have math trauma but anyway. Anyone asking for my philosophy of ed can just read this article
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Danitte Kozai 11h
Solving and checking linear equations in 2P!
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Ms. Lazar 8h
we are “catching zombies” today! thank goodness we are experts at graphing lines because that is the only way to catch them!
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