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Licia Previte 6m
How does it all mesh? The IM warm up routines+estimation 180+esti-mysteries+fraction talks+all the good stuff...
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Berkeley Everett Jan 21
Math Flips! "Ask about ideas, not answers," say and . Inspired also by and , Math Flips are flashcards with two related problems (instead of a problem and an answer). Free downloads at
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Liz Caffrey Jan 16
Ss making new Lab Gear perimeter challenges for each other!
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Ms. Sylvester Jan 17
Yesterday I promised my 6th hour I'd dye my hair blue if someone got a perfect score on their Geometry Final... Not really sure how that happened.
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Renee Ross Jan 23
What would I need to know to work out how much water is needed to fill my pool? How could I calculate how long it would take?
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CambridgeMathematics 3h
Hungry for mathematics? Whether you’re a teacher, researcher or educator, our Mathematical Salad selection has something for you in six delicious categories.
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Ms. Winter 13h
Linear equations edition:
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Ella Hereth Jan 20
I brought in a helper and came in over the weekend but with one 3d printer printing student designs is still so overwhelming! I still feel so far behind. Any tips?
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Don Fraser Jan 20
How many grapes did I eat?? ?
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Jocelle Skov Jan 22
One of my favourite lessons. Create a shape, draw the 3 views, then create other people’s shapes using their views. The original shapes stay on my desk for checking purposes.
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Teacher2Teacher 12h
How do you encourage Ss to check their own work when they finish? T wants your ideas!
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1to9puzzle 7h
Today's Puzzle: Happy cracking 😀!
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Jenise Sexton 8h
Raise ur hand if u keep math manips at home as “toys”? Me: there are 4 quarters in a dollar Kindergartener: I know that, I learned it somewhere. Me: how many dollars do you have K: (counts 14 quarters, puts in grps of 4) There aren’t enough Conclusion?
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Mrs. Aly Martinez Jan 22
Very excited for mention w an initiative that connects our Future Teachers to 's in a Family Math Night. We are hoping to extend our visits to our entire community in 2019! Thank you !
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Robin Schwartz Jan 18
Get the Math and the Points CC Algebra I Regents Aug 2018 #25 Finding the Zeros using the TI-83/4
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Chana MacDonald Jan 17
We had a great time exploring 4 Fours activity. Can you make 1-10 using 4 4s and math symbols. Great discussions about order of ops, sq. roots and exponents. Extensions included: Can you find 11-20? Can you use 3 3s? 5 5s? 40 min of pure focus.
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CambridgeMathematics Jan 23
Why is working memory important for mathematics learning? Find out in this special Doppio collaborative issue.
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Don Fraser Jan 16
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Trish Kepler 18h
Loved launching with G3 Ss via to make sense of the puzzle and establish a set of parameters. Thank you, for the inspiration!
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Erin Dwyer 12h
Today I was helping a student with trig. I’ve never taught trig and I’m pretty sure the last time I used Law of Sines was at least 10 yrs ago. It took us 3 whiteboards for 1 problem. I had so much fun relearning and problem solving and I hope she felt it too!
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