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ASSISTments May 16
Why the World’s Best Mathematicians Are Hoarding Chalk
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MindShift May 17
don't have to overcome their fear of to help their child succeed, as long they changed their attitudes about the subject
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Dina Secchiaroli May 15
Looking for applications of math in the real world? This website has a variety of examples that you can sort by application topic or math topic.
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Stephanie Radomski 23m
Today’s math warm up... After some open discussion the take away quote of the day was: “You’re probably going to tell us they can all not belong because that’s what you do.”
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achievethecore.org May 17
A 'Math Language Routine' refers to a structured but adaptable format for amplifying, assessing, and developing students' language. Here we have 8 routines that serve students in different ways:
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Ms.Lawther May 17
Working on regrouping fractions into wholes. If you have seven fourths- How many wholes do you have? What is left over? Mixed number and improper fractional understanding starts early.
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MsHui May 17
Practical (and fun!) application of unit rate. Ss decide what frozen treat I will buy for the class! The budget is $0.50/student after tax. Lots of great math talk in this activity. What will they pick?
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WonderFilled FDK 4h
When the JKs invent their own game....and it’s all about numbers! reveals so much of what the children know. when you can observe moments like this?!
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Polyup May 23
Do We Need a Better Way to Teach Math? |
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Erikson Early Math May 16
The gap in math performance between poor students & their wealthier peers is due in large part to the systemically weaker math content in schools that teach low-income students, according to a study
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Maths 4 Kids May 15
We've just started our series of videos on teaching analogue time. We're breaking it down and teaching one hand at a time, as many children struggle when 2 hands are introduced together. This is our 1st one
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TimberKids May 15
Vicky (4): I hope you like my motion Geometry animation. 😺
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Sammy Truong May 18
We had great discussions about the Singapore Math curriculum while visiting schools in Switzerland. Have you explored Math In Focus?
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Ms. Krawiec 8h
My determine 9th hour taking the challenge of resolving these difficult questions by collaborating together and discussing their thought process. I don’t have words to explain how proud I am of these guys.
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Notre Dame School May 17
Vertical learning surfaces in 8F! Numeracy marks our walls!
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Jessie Culley May 16
The is practicing probability with a coin toss experiment!
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Scott Phillips 7h
And we wonder why Math teachers get a bad/boring reputation?
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Christine Pinto May 17
Visuals & manipulatives are HUGE! One of the cool things is that there are SO MANY options for what CAN be a manipulative for math! Seeing the popsicle sticks has me thinking about representing tallies and groups of 5....thank you !
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ps360inthebronx May 16
Families learned how to play math games at Math Game Night 📏💵📈 and had fun doing it!
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Catherine Alongi May 16
Trip planning in progress!! Who doesnt love winning the lotto!! "Let's save this trip for when we're adults"
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