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Carolina Vila Nov 8
Sometimes the toughest part of my day is after-school help. Too many students with too many different needs. How do my and people handle it?
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Natalie Perez 21m
Number 1 complaint I hear from Ts is the kids can't or won't think about the problems on a test. Me: How often do you give them opportunities to think during your class? T: <<blink, blink>>
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Tara Maynard 4h
Trying to figure out this slope thing. Which is steeper? Steps in A, ramp in B? Then Ss draw something less steep than A or B. Next piece, Point vs. Slope by Kevin Hall It’s self checking too! Great work
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Mashup Math Nov 11
Here's some more fun data to share with your kids: What are the most popular car colors in the world?
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Jessica Shepherd Nov 7
Pumped to Level Up at the 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽
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Norma Gordon 8h
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Matt Coaty Nov 4
Replying to @R_benitez77 @howie_hua
Welcome Raul! Glad to have you here on Twitter. Feel free to check out the and tags.
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Natalie Perez Nov 9
I'm looking for the reusable large dry erase sheets to hang on my walls. Ones with grids would be best. Any recommendations?
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Kjersti Oliver 8h
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AGilliam Nov 9
Why do Ts say “They need to learn how school works”? No, we need to teach them how to learn. School should not be seen as a punishment. It should be seen as a place that awakens Ss passions and talents.
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Tom Hall 21h
21 Days of Gratitude Day 8-10: Too Difficult to Express in Words.
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Bryan Anderson Nov 2
How do these relate to the Standard Multiplication Algorithm? (I'm not being snarky or anything, I'm just wanting other's opinions on the value of the standard alg. and/or how we need to scaffold it to promote learning and understanding.
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Tom Hall Nov 3
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Open Up Resources Nov 5
Last week's Chat saw plenty of great ideas to help plan for subs. Just check out this one from . Tune into the hashtag tonight at 8:30 pm EST. We're discussing anchor charts! (Wanna make it a double feature? Stay online after for .)
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Anthony Purcell Nov 2
I’m walking out of school at 4:30 on a Friday and taking ZERO papers home! This weekend is about me and my own school work!
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Remote EduJobs 22h
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Ron King Nov 7
Hitting the to discuss square roots today!
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Sarah Martin Nov 10
3 Ed hashtags I’m thankful for and one extra
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Kirk Humphreys Nov 6
What are your favorite educational books?
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AGilliam Nov 7
You know you say something too much when a student makes you a poster of it.
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