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Mrs. Lopez Feb 18
If you cant beat 'em, join 'em! Students worked in collaborative groups to review for the DCA. In order to flip the bottle, they must show strategies and get the correct answer. We had lots of fun and they are ready to kick butt!
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Nicole Johnson 15h
I Have Who Has Fractions with was a fun class challenge! We beat the challenge🙌 We made it through the chain on our 1st try🤗
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Sean Decker from Math 1030 17h
In math 1030, I have learned about the importance of an accurate diagram to go along with my problems. When dealing with problem solving math, a person must be able to visualize and explain his problem step by step.
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Morgan Dietz Feb 20
Today in Math 1010 I learned all of the formulas for Perimeter, Area, Circles, and Surface Area @KeanCLA
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AikenIntermediateSchool Feb 20
Mrs. M. Brown's students were out today calculating scale factors with paper airplanes as related to real miles of distance with flight.
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Cool Math Guy 14h
Are you cold? Come sit in the corner... it’s 90 degrees. Almost
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kenneth@kean.edu Feb 17
In Math 1030 I have learned how to critically think not just by myself but with others. I have learned how to think in a critically better manner after the first day. Ive also learned how to deal with graphs in a better manner
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Ashley Feb 19
My sweet students had fun writing on their desk and working with Forms
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St. Aidan DPCDSB Feb 19
Adding decimals in Mr. Sturino’s class where we are making
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Katie Breaux Feb 20
I’d like to think these smiles today are because they love my math lesson. However, if I’m honest with myself, it’s most likely because they are about to have a 6 day weekend! 💚💛💜
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Melissa Angowski Feb 19
So far, I have learned how to differentiate between natural numbers, integers, whole numbers and irrational numbers. I’ve also picked back up on my linear equation solving skills!
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Natalie Mileski Feb 18
This week in math class we learned about diagrams...This is quite simple once you get the hang of it.
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Ms. Anaya's Leaders Feb 18
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Donjaline Hope 15h
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ROOlentless Reader Feb 20
These had another multistep patient who needed solving STAT. We had to resuscitate a couple of times, but after correctly diagnosing our number sentence, we were able to save this word problem. 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️🦘💙🩺
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Maria Feb 18
Always a good thing to be prepared and get a jump start on flipping the classroom.
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Stacy Hildebrandt Feb 18
We are working with our math partners to practice writing number sentences and to review the commutative property. “2+3=5 AND 3+2=5!!”
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St Thomas More DPCDSB Feb 19
Exploring Measurement with non-standard units In Capizzano’s Grade 2/3 Class
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ray.gorny Feb 20
today in math class we learned different area and perimeter formulas in order to solve problems
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Courtney Reddy Feb 18
We used Gestures to remember key terms of line, line segment, a ray, and an angle.
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