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Paul Naanou Jun 19
Getting some ideas for what to put on my classroom’s walls next year! what quotes, math concepts, etc. do you like to have on your walls? I’ll be teaching precalc, Algebra 1, and multivariable calculus (an interesting mix that I’m super excited about)!
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Robert Kaplinsky Jun 16
Two inmates used sheets to rappel down a prison wall! This lesson is great for 4th & 5th graders working on mult and div.
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Nathaniel Highstein Jun 15
12 Envelopes: Nice puzzle, shared by . I was looking for an excuse to try out the Desmos Card Sort feature, so I put together a version in case that might be convenient for some classrooms.
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Margie Pearse Jun 20
Key words for solving word problems That is my six word horror story for MATH What's yours?
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Trever Reeh Jun 20
What do you notice? What do you wonder?
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gnlybe Jun 17
Here’s what I think a healthy culture of would look like: Mtbos: Hey we don’t think this lesson context is appropriate. Teacher: Hmm, yes you’re right. I’ll change it. Sorry. Mtbos: It’s okay! Thanks for contributing. That’s not what I saw today.
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Math Before Breakfast 54m
Ep. 31 is up! We discussed Making Number Talks Matter by Cathy Humphreys & Ruth Parker from . This is definitely a book we'll be coming back to often.
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Micaela Newman Jun 18
Awesome example of student embracing mistakes. Wanted to use a pen, so added sticky notes over mistakes. She said "At first I was frustrated, but now I love it b/c I can look back where I went wrong so I can catch new errors earlier."
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Kevin Hall Jun 17
I've poured dozens of hours into creating good feedback mechanisms in this Domain and Range activity. Have a look. cc:
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Nate Goza Jun 19
Hi and ... This is a thread to bring awareness to the Global Math Department () & to show gratitude and appreciation for the folks who volunteer their time to contribute.
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Math912Teacher Jun 22
Looking to connect with or HS teachers who have had classes with 1:1 devices. This will be new for me next year & I'd love some ideas & tips on effective routines, etc. Thanks in advance!
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Juan Gomez 1h
Hey , does anyone have a preferred one page unit plan template they use/have used and like? TIA!
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Shelby Dukek Jun 22
Early middle school teachers (6/7th grade) what are your thoughts on foldables and interactive notebooks? I ordered interactive notebooks for my kids next year with the intention of implementing foldable and puzzles. Advice? Thoughts?
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Nick Corley Jun 22
This is a really amazing tool that every math teacher should check out!
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Laura Wheeler 30m
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1to9puzzle 1h
The Sunday Puzzle This Week: Well figured out by 👍👍. Happy solving 😀!
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Gretel Stern 2h
PLEASE HELP! After the assessment: When a student hasn't mastered the skills in the unit, what do you do? In the past, I keep an eye on them and support them while we move on as a class, but I'm looking for a more active approach/intervention/method to try this year.
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1to9puzzle 1h
This Week's Weekend Puzzle: This monster puzzle has as the first solver 👏👏. Plenty of clues, but none too helpful ☹️. Good Luck if you're trying, and Happy Cracking 😊!
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Sherri Terrell 2h
In the last 24 hours I have worked on catching up on my podcasts. Yesterday I got through 15 but still lots to go. Taking notes and making changes!
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Ben Hamilton - Mathematical Reasoning Resources 4h
Prime number puzzle now with a link to a download.
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