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Crystal Miller 14h
5th grade number sense routine- Which one doesn’t belong?
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Ms. Mesa / Ms. Table 6 Nov 18
in action in Second Grade. Great conversation in class at ! Students are discussing the Count Around task from Second Grade Unit 2
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Lisa Hatcher, Ed.D 4 Jan 19
3rd graders critiqued each other’s work World Cafe style, used the feedback to revise their work, then created a Flipgrid to explain their thinking.
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Allison Hopkins Dec 12
Using academic language to explain our mathematical thinking takes practice! These students are using concrete representations and sentence starters to solve and share their work with addition and subtraction word problems in their ELL small groups!
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Getting Smart 8 Jan 16
Infographic: 100 Questions That Help Promote
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opsvizuete 7 Feb 19
A2: We just started using Seesaw to document progress and practice our oral language. Recently Ss practiced their . Here is one newcomer practicing. 👏🏼
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Anne Irwin 30 Aug 18
Back to school night idea: Could you do a with your parents? What a great way to model what their kids will be experiencing!
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Miss McMannis 11h
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Heather 21 Aug 18
A student today made an observation about a number pattern he noticed. I asked him to come demonstrate. He taught an entire lesson, took questions and asked if anyone else had other ideas at the end. I’m proud!
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Jill Merritt-Coy Oct 8
These students love esti-mysteries so much that they wanted to design their own! Look at the engagement in this room. I wish you could hear the mathematical discourse happening!
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Sarah Burfening Sep 18
Working on Order of Operations. Ss had to decide if parentheses were needed or not. Love the constructive dialogue- different opinions but respectful debate. These kids are amazing.
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Cora Young 7 Aug 18
Making Thinking Visible is alive and running at Herndon ES! Inquiry based conversation around Equitable Mathematics and best practices! This is why I love my job!
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Mrs Goldwasser Oct 15
Prob presented to gr 2/3s . Ms Rainford asks Ss how many possible solutions do u think there r? One S answers 99, another disagrees - U can’t make any number beyond 91 using only 10 base tens blocks. This ques is worth investigating further !
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Emilio A. Estrada Oct 1
Do these students even need me in the classroom!? This is what authentic Frequent, Small Group, Purposeful Talk looks and sounds like in my WIN class. I’m so proud of these kids! 🥰 Where’s Mr. !?🤭🤣
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Dustin DeArmond 5 Mar 18
Love seeing 2nd graders eager to share their strategies and get feedback from their peers. Sometimes we even need a little help from our friends.
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Kim Gibbs May 17
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Brittany Reeves Dec 16
We are working on addition with three addends this week as well as restating the thinking of our peers.
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Jake Orange 4 Oct 18
I walk into Mrs. Eberle’s math class and hear a student say, “I respectfully disagree.” Yes, this is a first grade classroom. It can be done.
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Corey Lipisko Dec 3
⁩ 4th grade class using ⁦⁩ to answer multi-step word problems and then have with each other!
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Mason Crest ES 7 Feb 19
Third grade students were able to share their thinking about a variety of measurement tools, with the help of the structures and talk moves that their teachers have provided taught them. 👩‍🏫 🧰 👍
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