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Meghan Arnold Sep 19
One of my Geometry students today said “Math is a lot of fun when you know what you’re doing and feel confident with your answers.” My question, how do we get them to still enjoy math even when they are uncomfortable, when the real learning happens?
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MR PEACHEY Sep 13
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achievethecore.org 2h
Students need opportunities to use language to discuss the math content they're learning; often, however, multimodal ways of learning are given too little attention in curricular materials. Don't miss our 10/2 webinar on Math Language Routines:
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Sep 18
In and Out game to encourage working with the anchor of 5. Children toss five rocks into a hoop and count/subitize the number of rocks INSIDE and OUTSIDE of the circle. These numbers are then tallied on the t-chart. Great for learning too! joyfulmath
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Ewing Learning Sep 17
Why is it important to develop students' language in math class?
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Patrick Honner Sep 18
Teaching fail: Making an erroneous assumption in a proof. Teaching success: Establishing a classroom culture where multiple students (1) Immediately identify the error (2) Explain why it is an error (3) Provide the correct assumption after thinking about it
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Mike Lawler 6m
Talking through problem #6 from Mosteller's 50 Challenging Problems in Probability. Today's problem is definitely accessible to kids and is about a dice game:
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Sep 19
I Spy subitizing sensory bottles for exploration and use in games.
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The SIOP® Model Sep 20
📣SAVE THE DATE📣 2020 SIOP® National Conference: Nashville, TN Pre-Conference: July 7 Main Conference: July 8-9 Cowboy boots, not required! See ya'll there! PLEASE RETWEET!
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Sharla Serasanke Falodi 🗯 20h
Joy. When a mathematician & artist share their synergy. Grade 2 mental math addition- decomposing by place value. But, also, and more importantly, a math air balloon 🎈.
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Mashup Math 22h
Every student is capable of learning math at high levels! -Jo Boaler via
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Ms. Fitzpatrick Sep 17
Using color coding and doodle notes to help learn what like terms are
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achievethecore.org Sep 18
Math Teachers: Did you know that the Coherence Map is embedded with over 45 new math tasks? Check it out:
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achievethecore.org Sep 17
An "open middle" problem has multiple ways to approach and ultimately solve the problem, and it requires a higher Depth of Knowledge than many other problems. Find a robust collection of free examples:
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Sep 19
I Spy subitizing bottles - dice in a sensory bottle with rice. Shake and roll the bottle and record the numbers you see. Download the tracking sheet here:
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Brian Marks Sep 15
I use a lot of math themed puzzles at to get students practicing math while problem solving. Anyone have other websites or resources with good math themed puzzles? Example: Ken Ken, Shikaku
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3Ffantastics 1h
I wonder how big is that whale? How could we figure it out?
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EdTech22 6m
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Laura 43m
I have a yr11 class where some are very reluctant to do work. Not really bothered by sanctions. Any ideas to motivate them? School rewards is stickers to go towards prizes but don’t think they are bothered by that?
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