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Robert Kaplinsky Nov 10
What a cute way to give students control over how they want to be welcomed! Source:
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Janice Novakowski 2m
It’s a very good math day when both a box of math goodness from and Necessary Conditions by arrive!
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Erica Heinzman 10m
Explore math deeply on a Saturday morning with colleagues! Live and breathe the SMPs while solving meaningful problems. RSVP for the next Discrete Math Project PD on 12/8!
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Jeff Lisciandrello 1h
Excited to be leading two workshops on "Personalized Learning in Math with " (Jan 17) and "Hands-On Math Instruction" (Jan 22), register via the ETTC website:
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Julia Anker 🌹 Nov 8
Chalked a number line from 57" to 74". Students stood on their height line. I took a class photo to show how clustered data affects the way a boxplot looks!
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Sophie S. Brady 18m
Womp. 5th grs tried this task from Mindset Mathematics by . How many times will I (re)learn the importance of trying the task myself?! Could’ve been powerful lesson on perseverance, but instead most think it’s impossible & we ran out of time...grrr
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Jemma Kennedy Nov 15
At the appointed time in this lesson, my class spontaneously broke into song. Guesses on what song? 😉
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Abigail Montague Nov 15
Subbing in a class today and there is some extra time for math, I think I'll try with them! We will see how it goes 😊
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Amber Longhi 35m
Students in Math III honors created sculptures with geometric shapes and then calculated the volume of their figures. This is one of my favorite projects each semester as I get to see how creative my students can be!
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Kristina Lawyer Nov 14
Hi Goalbook Fans! Are you passionate about math instruction? Check out our F/T, Remote Math Project Analyst role at Goalbook. If you would like to learn more, please check out our link:
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Kate Selkirk-Litman 55m
Kids weren't getting the real life application of this system of equations . So I came up with this
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Erick Lee HRCE Math 22h
Teaching trig identities in Pre-calculus 12 (Outcome T06)? Check out this Trig Identities Match Up activity from .
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Allison Yokeley 8m
According to a student I am wild today because they can only use the small calcs on solving by Quad Form 🤣
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Erin Flotte 2h
Ok I need ideas on teaching 6th order of ops conceptually to Ss who never learned in 5th. Partner and I are thinking of getting rid of G/PEMDAS altogether and going with determining the "power" of ops. Thinking number talks, step graphic (see pic) or concentric squares?
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Madison Sandig Nov 12
Here’s another... how best to solve with tape diagrams??
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Carla Dawson 2h
What is the probability of the top number being bigger? How do you know?
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Tori Cox 1h
name graphing projects were a success! Hoping Ss understanding of domain and range will be stronger after this project. Linear eqs for the first name, next semester they will use quadratics and exponentials for last name.
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Wendy Smith Nov 14
Finally got around to in my Calc 1 class today. Intro to Rolle's Thm and Mean Value Thm. Lots of fun- and the worked as advertised. Only minus is that I haven't been doing them all semester.. PS. First post.
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Ivy Kong 5h
Residual question: I’m a veteran middle school teacher but first year teaching Integrated I to 8th graders. How important it is, if at all, that the students know how to calculate residuals manually? It feels very tedious and it’s missing the point.
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Molly Keimach 21h
Small change that has had a HUGE impact: instead of asking “are there any questions?” —> telling them to “ask me two questions before we move on”. So effective! Most of the time I end up getting even more than two!
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