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achievethecore.org Aug 1
These two resources name grade-specific instructional priorities in math and ELA/literacy, as well as key considerations for addressing unfinished learning while attending to social, emotional, and academic development:
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Sue Kwiecien Jul 28
****ATTN: Ontario Elementary Teachers**** Let’s support each other by collaborating and sharing free resources so all Ontario elementary teachers can work together to crowdsource math resources that meet the new curriculum expectations.
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Eric Curts Aug 1
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achievethecore.org Jul 26
This document names the instructional content priorities in mathematics (K–8) and ELA/literacy (K–12) for the 2020–21 academic year. Learn more:
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Mashup Math Aug 1
As a subject, mathematics is: -Creative -Connected -Challenging -Visual -Alive
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Hannah 🙋🏻‍♀️ Jul 26
Next year I want to focus on standardisation of key vocab/ explanations in Maths across the team. Anyone done any work on this? What would be on your list? eg “negative two” rather than “minus two”, not using “angles on a straight line” etc...
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Fizzics Education 6h
Chatting with on helping students get engaged in STEM through inquiry-based learning & also how he integrates maths into everyday lessons. stem stemlearning
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David Petro Aug 2
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Make Math Moments That Matter Jul 31
"I had begun talking to you in emails about how our system today the students are just passed from grade to grade to grade to grade, and they don't know the math." Listen in:
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Virtual Science Teacher 15h
You can use Google Sheets to let students know if their work/answer is right or wrong immediately for math problems, numbers, and short word/phrase answers. Check it out:
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Ms. Hardeman 11h
Starting a new role as an interventionist this year. Looking for some great resources for RTI and intervention strategies in math. What do y’all use?
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Colleen Young Aug 1
Graspable Math - a revisit. This is a fantastic interface. . A lovely problem from included, also Don Steward's one incorrect simplification.
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hand2mind 15h
Base Ten Blocks are an outstanding, hands-on resource to learn place value, number concepts, operations, measurement, and much more! 🙌
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IconoHash 7h
Your daily conversation report is ready for for Aug 2nd
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Laura S 16h
Good morning and happy ! Will be posting full video and practice questions this week! Stay tuned...😊✨
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Jarrad Strain Aug 1
New round cubes..... hey wait...
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Math Ninja Aug 1
Missing Number (Addition) Get a different game every time you play. It's a smart way to sharpen your math skills. Check out
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Transum Jul 31
Don't miss tomorrow's Maths Lesson Starter of the Day... well not if you teach Year 11 or above. It's the Starter that gets a great reaction after about five minutes of head scratching. Shhhh don't give it away 😀
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Make Math Moments That Matter Aug 2
"Task selection is so critical because it dictates your task implementation." ~ Listen in:
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Mrs. Furino 8m
Breaking up a word problem into three parts and ensuring that kids really understand sets them up for success. Will be using this technique from now on.
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