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Kyle 20m
Math Rotations provide a quick way to assess students on specific math skills.
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Skip Tyler Nov 17
I've come up with an answer for each one. Can you?
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Jennifer Lempp Nov 14
🙌🏻 for the win! Co-teaching for the win!
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David Beedy Jun 3
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Kjersti Oliver Nov 14
Teachers dive into rich tasks so they can see what the productive struggle and specific share feels like before learning about all the teacher moves!
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Carrie Presley Aug 10
Jumping into MATH WORKSHOP in my high school class, feeling a tad isolated. Any ideas, resources, folks to follow?
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Skip Tyler Oct 29
"Say YES to in the middle school!" LOVE THIS!! We enjoyed your visit today
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Eisenhower Eagles Aug 20
Mathematical thinking shared during math workshop while demonstrating place value understanding.
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Jennifer Conley Oct 30
So so true!! Thank you for making this happen ! Instructional rounds happening this week to see in classrooms around the building. It is such a gift to visit these rooms!
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Emily Angle Nov 21
Mr. Lindsay introduced to his 5th grade mathematicians to quickly and easily assess what they know! Such a great way to inform instruction and create student-centered activities. ✔️
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Megan Burress Sep 10
Decimal Yahtzee, war, memory, and go fish going on in Room 219 today!
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Mrs.M (formerly: Ms. B) 15h
In guided math group we practiced rounding on a number line. One Ss: “I think it rounds to 10, do you agree?” Another Ss, “Yes, I agree because..” & explain their math thinking 🤩 . We saw come alive in our academics!
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Tyrone Richardson Oct 3
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Jamie Stratford Sep 18
You know students are engaged in math stations when the timer goes off and they collectively say “No!!!” ...and it’s almost dismissal time.
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Kristin Wiley Sep 11
Very excited this podcast is here! Getting to know math workshop? Wondering where to start? Looking for tips to refine your practice? Check out these ideas from and and featuring the great math instruction !
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Monica Padgham Oct 19
Very interesting information. After reading through all of the tips and reasoning provided by I'm thinking I may just revamp my to more of a approach in order to better meet the individual needs of my students.
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Lauren Huckabee Sep 6
We practiced using academic vocabulary during math today with a headband activity. Students had to use place value language to describe the different ways to represent numbers. This was a great way to informally assess their understanding.
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Crystal Miller Nov 18
Love these sentence starters to encourage math discourse in 1st grade!
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MissA_OES Dec 3
Hard at work on must Dos and May Dos in math today!
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Mrs. Taylor Oct 10
Pythagorean Theorem cheez-its activity
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