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Ali Grace Eiland Jan 14
people! My students keep begging me for a “project”. Have you done anything fun/hands on that you loved?
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Adrianne Burns 1h
What would you say are the enduring understandings of fractions that all students should have? (Vertical conversation across grades so not grade specific)
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Jessica Borah Jan 11
Due to staffing/scheduling changes I will have a brand new section of 6th grade math students starting on Monday. I have 70 minutes. Ideas welcome for that first day! 🤔
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Andre Sasser 17h
What’s the best way to wrap up our unit on graphing on the coordinate plane? Battle boats and mini golf marble slides, of course! My 6th graders loved both activities!
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MCTM CONNECT 2h
Hey does anyone have a compiled list of who to follow for which math course or math level? And any other hashtags?
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Andre Sasser 22h
Hey - what are the alternatives for PEMDAS? I know some people use GEMDAS, but I feel like I remember seeing another option as well. Help!?
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Jenna Laib 11h
Replying to @RawdingMolly
Now that you mention positive numbers... I’d love to do this puzzle with 7th graders using negative numbers!
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Aristotle Ou 13h
Some of my students worked on Nine Colours Task today. One student went from "This is impossible!" to "I got it!" after wrestling with it for over thirty minutes. Ah, life lessons.
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Mashup Math 15h
Productive practice, not memorization, is the key to developing deep and meaningful mathematical understanding.
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Enedini Jan 14
Resources for more material for 8th grade
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Denis Sheeran 4h
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Christelle Rocha Jan 12
Okay, and , I was in the middle of teaching my students how to identify a function, when I realized I have no idea why my 8th graders would need to know this. I can see why functions are important, but why must we be able to identify them?
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AGilliam Jan 10
Does anyone know the name of the website for balancing equations with manipulatives? My brain is drawing a blank....
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Mashup Math Jan 11
I love hands-on math activities that involve candy!
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Scott Phillips Jan 16
Don’t be so tied to a schedule that you discourage your students from asking questions that may take you a “different” direction with your lesson!
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AGilliam Jan 14
If you are teaching intro to percents, I recommend using clips! I have students determine the evaluation of the company from the given percent. They love it.
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Mashup Math Jan 15
{BLOG} How to Teach Negative Exponents to Students (w/ free worksheet): 
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Amanda Owens 18h
Mrs. Clark uses her divided plate to demonstrate combining "like terms." She doesn't like her food, or her "unlike terms" touching, so we combine them!
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Mashup Math Jan 16
Is anyone using Legos in their math classroom to teach topics other than fractions?
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Dr. Clayton Edwards Jan 16
Clay Edwards 7/8 Math and Panel Chair. This pic from site gets the discussion flowing before we do the 100 by 100 task
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