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Theresa Wills Aug 7
Who's ready to make some math games where kids can play COLLABORATIVELY in REAL TIME? I have a few decks and dice, but can the and community make more?
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Graham Fletcher Jul 23
Are you looking for some online manipulatives? has you covered.
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Julia Anker 🌹 Jul 29
Planning on using desmos in distance learning? Here's an activity perfect for your first synchronous session with your students. Get to know them & teach them how to use desmos activities.
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Steve Wyborney Jul 29
In about 1 week, I'll share a completed Multiplication Course - entirely free - on my YouTube channel. It will be available for students, educators, and parents. It's organized in chapters (playlists) like this... stay tuned!
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Steve Wyborney Jul 30
The Multiplication Course is getting closer and closer to being finished. I'm now about 6 days away from having it completely ready to go. This is my view in YouTube as I'm working through the videos near the end of the course.
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John Rowe 👨🏽‍🚀 Jul 29
This could be a nice little warm-up for students. Draw a shape with...
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Robert Kaplinsky 11h
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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Robert Kaplinsky 15h
I so love this quote from : "The role of a leader is not to come up with all the great ideas. The role of a leader is to create an environment in which great ideas can happen."
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Dan Meyer Jul 27
We asked >600 students to identify the shapes that are congruent to A. 79% answered correctly. (Shown.) What was the most common INCORRECT answer (7% of students) and what's brilliant about it?
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Sophia Wood Jul 29
So I wrote code for math dance breaks today...I wish I was brave enough to dance some examples, maybe I'll work up some courage. Feel free to take my code and make your own decks. Here's my post: math:
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Tricia Stohr-Hunt Jul 29
My preservice teachers keep a notebook where they solve logic puzzles and mathematical problems and reflect on their thinking and strategies. I'm currently working on a digital version. Happy to share when it's done.
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Farica Erwin Jul 24
I really want to be able to do Question Stacks remotely. I have tried to recreate it digitally. Anyone interested in troubleshooting or giving feedback on a better workflow?
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MsMiles Jul 26
So you've heard about but don't know what it is or how it could engage your students? Join my class as a student and complete an Intro to Polynomials Deck to find out!
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Tungsteno Jul 31
The Rolfsen Knot Table up to 7 crossings A superb interactive display based on excellent WebGL-multiple elements. Have fun!! ➰➰➰
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Jonathan Jul 29
with all this time to organize everything, I dusted off my Pre-Cal files and put them in a public place; I last taught Pre-Cal for the 2016-17 school year, it’s my favorite class to teach; feel free to take what you like:
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Rachel Lambert she/her Jul 27
Please stop saying "Sped" as a word. I have heard it used by kids hurling insults on the playground. Say "special education" or "the kids we need to be serving better" or "the kids I love to have in my class." So many options.
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Shirley McDonald Jul 31
I just finished this screen that I plan to use in my activities for online learning. It combines the component switcher with the whiteboards so students can choose the one they want to use.
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MissWarren❤️Math Jul 21
Awesome Ideas for learning at home. Could even include in online/distance learning.
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achievethecore.org Aug 8
If you are looking for math activities organized by grade (K-5) to use with your students in a variety of ways, don't miss our math fluency resources!
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Abbey Turchyn Jul 27
I started using "Stand and Talks" from last year. I was sad to not continue during asynchronous virtual learning but still tried to get students to "say it before I say it".
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