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TODOS Aug 12
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Aug 10
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Aug 11
We’re thrilled to be with you
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María Zavala *Mucho, Mucho Amor* Aug 12
Take the CAN out of "all children can learn." ALL CHILDREN LEARN. Period! can now drop the mic.
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Aug 10
Let us know you are here. tag us and
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TODOS Aug 12
The newest commentary supporting the TODOS Position Paper: Black Indigenous and Latinx Partners in . .
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Diana Ceja Aug 12
As a teacher "Be DEFIANT, because no child deserves to be disregarded and disrespected." -
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Aug 10
Welcome readers and authors. Please tag and hashtag and
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Benjamin Dickman Aug 12
y'all need to go to the website [] & 1️⃣ watch this talk from 2️⃣ join/donate to TODOS Glad to amplify & tweet these slides, but they don't do this talk justice — not even close. 🌸
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Annie Fetter Aug 10
A2: p113: "...establish a human-to-human connection, rather than [...] interactions between researcher to object." Esp "object". Ss are humans, after all. We teach math, yes, but really we teach children (and almost-adult, and adults...).
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TODOS Aug 8
Are you registered yet? Let’s learn from 🙌🏼
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Aug 10
Remember to use A1 with this question and to tag and use 15 minutes per Q. 3 Qs today
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Aug 10
Excited to continue our book study via twitter chat and zoom. Join us today at 5pm as we discuss chapter 8!
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Diana Ceja Aug 12
The word "can" is conditional, it is limiting. It emphasizes the learning and not the child. All Children Learn. -@Olga1Torres
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Diana Ceja Aug 12
asks "What mathematics has this child already discovered on her own?" Children come with so much knowledge and mathematics.
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Annie Fetter Aug 10
This chapter was so exciting to read! I can't wait to "meet" the authors tomorrow and hear more about their story and the work they continue to do.
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CMC - CA MathCouncil Aug 10
share here on twitter today and join us tomorrow on zoom
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TODOS Aug 12
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Beth Kobett Aug 12
What meaning do you bring to the word “rehumanizing” ? Putting back the human element of our classroom. Humans - students - own their thinking not OURS. I’m loving this. thank you Olga Torres.
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burn autozone Aug 5
Replying to @ConceptualJames
I showed this to a black friend, he had an epiphany and began to weep at its beauty. I comforted him, everyone in the restaurant applauded.
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