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Robert Kaplinsky Apr 16
I am a huge fan of the way describes just-in-time scaffolding vs just-in-case scaffolding. It helped me realize why I made the wrong choices early in my career & gave me a way to describe what we should be doing instead:
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Robert Kaplinsky Apr 14
"My definition of a good teacher has since changed from 'one who explains things so well that students understand' to 'one who gets students to explain things so well that they can be understood.'" — Steven C. Reinhart from
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Molly Hamilton Apr 9
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Melynee Naegele Apr 14
I wish a bunch of somebodies would research effects/outcomes of screen based assessments compared to paper pencil assessments.I think outcomes are significantly better when paper assessments are given, especially for math and science!
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Margie Pearse Apr 13
Everyone is invited to our Summer Slow Chat of MATH RECESS! Moderators are & myself. Begins WEDNESDAY, MAY 29TH Please tweet if you want to be added to the tag list
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Idan Tal Apr 14
The exterior angles of a polygon add up to 360 degrees
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Robert Kaplinsky 8h
SOAP BOX: I'm going to try and convince you that maybe we shouldn't be training all teachers.
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Alice Aspinall Apr 11
In , we explore parabolas through marble paths & paint. I love this activity & the students love it, too. We mark points & use quadratic regression in to get the equations & make connections from there. Always 🙏🏽 to for the idea.
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Robin Schwartz Apr 14
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Kathy H Apr 13
Unpopular opinion: parents overschedule their tweens and teens and add to their anxiety/ stress.
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Amy Ellen Zimmer Apr 17
I can find lots of examples of HS Math Anchor charts, but I am looking for examples of HOW to create/use them for teaching. Thinking abt having my seniors create with class an anchor chart for each topic (each pair of Sr choses one) and having them lead) for part of final
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Robert Kaplinsky Apr 12
WARNING! This problem is MUCH more challenging than it appears. You can replace an entire dividing fractions worksheet with this one low floor, high ceiling problem.
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Kelly Apr 12
Want to build a math classroom library. Looking for titles; anything from “Sir Cumference” to “Moneyball” welcomed. What are your suggestions math Twitterverse?
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Kit 🏳️‍🌈 Apr 17
Replying to @MrKitMath
& I shared the importance of estimating & thinking about reasonableness as one way to check. They could say "look for mistakes" but when I asked "How would you find them?" They didn't know! I'm thinking about how to infuse this thinking from day 1 next year!
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Martin Joyce Apr 9
I’ve recently done a 180 on this and no longer ask students to take off hats or hoods. I’d rather my interactions be positive. Where do you stand?
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David Wees Apr 17
Introducing Transformation Tetris! This game is intended to give students opportunities to visualize different geometric transformations as they play Tetris.
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Larissa Peru Apr 9
Confession: I have always been intimidated about calling parents. Today I made several calls including positive messages. I wish I’d done this sooner! One mom was so happy to hear good news, she cried 😭
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Jen Thompson Apr 17
I’ve needed a change for a while. This winter I began thinking of taking a sabbatical to begin work on a Ph.D. Most of the steps have been completed and I can officially say l will be leaving the classroom to focus on my own learning for a little while.
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Allison Richards Apr 17
I am a high school math teacher and I am presenting the "Thinking Classroom" to our staff at our next staff meeting. I am definitely not an expert, looking for any tips to engage staff and make them want to explore this further.
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Todd Feitelson Apr 17
Ever been to a diner with a 15-page-long menu and it's impossible to make a decision? That's what teaching is feeling like these days. After 3+ decades (and math Twitter!), the "how to approach a topic" menu is overwhelmingly long - can't someone just order for me?
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