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Tanesha Calhoun Aug 18
Math Coach getting reacclimatized to school with a little Minion Math 😊
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Terri Mason Aug 14
Number Sense with 6th grade ⁦⁩ ⁦
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ONTSpecialNeeds Oct 6
Are you doing in your classroom? Put this up in your classroom. Give students the language!
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Mrs. B and Mrs. P Aug 16
Starting our math talks... Sharing the many different ways we can think through the same math situation!
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Niko Lewman Aug 11
Replying to @ellenjmanson
For math: record/video your thinking (voice over) with manipulatives, share your understanding in , input and record your thinking process to enhance your
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Math Before Bed 4 Jun 18
When?? On which day will the package arrive? How do you know? How many days will it take to deliver in total? Read More/Curriculum Connection:
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Jessica Sanderson Aug 14
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Karen Rabadan Dec 4
Part 2 of Which one doesn’t belong to introduce arithmetic sequences.
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Penny Espinosa Dec 19
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why we teach multiple strategies for solving problems, place value, and number sense! And what about the ability of this 1st grader to communicate her thinking... ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Laura Horstmann Aug 14
First graders learned the importance of a calendar! Ss enjoyed looking at future events! I can’t wait to incorporate some math talks with the use of the calendar!
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Barron Edmonson Feb 16
Students collaborating on how to do their exit ticket correctly. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Bethany Parkhill Oct 23
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MindShift Jan 10
Watch how these teachers push students to give evidence for their answers in situations where there are several ways to think about a problem
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Ms Quinn Oct 3
Teacher: How does this picture represent the number 6? Student: Don't you see it? The 6 is in the swirl of the snail shell! Children are amazing!
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Megan Madigan Oct 24
Students were able to identify combinations by separating a quantity into parts. They were then able to notice the pattern and discover the commutative property
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Audra Abromaitis Dec 6
Stumbled upon this great resource for asking questions and having conversations about You can print the PDF and tape it to your guided table for great
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Amanda Oct 29
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Thomas S. Bruce Ed.D 1 Feb 18
in 5thgrade supports learning 4 all Ss due to models, vocabulary, and most imprtnt! Collaboration and therfore Engagement!
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Mrs. Pfaff 7 Oct 17
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Ms. Rossi 19 Mar 18
Having a great discussion during our Algebra unit! These Twolves are 100% making their learning visible...and on the first day back!!!! Ah-mazing!
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