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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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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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ONTSpecialNeeds Oct 6
Are you doing in your classroom? Put this up in your classroom. Give students the language!
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Colton Bardy Oct 1
While teaching math it is important to represent multiple strategies for students to solve. This enables scaffolded problem solving for a variety of levels.
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Fawn Nguyen Jan 14
I wrote a NEW post about the jelly beans survey.
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Bethany Parkhill Oct 23
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Jeremy Deimund Oct 29
Algebra Ss using collaboration through Flipgrid to explain the process of writing equations from Verbal descriptions ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Kelly Winders Apr 16
Just look at this story one of my students wrote about the # 25!
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Math Before Bed Jun 4
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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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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Mrs. Pfaff 7 Oct 17
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Miss McNeil 15 Jan 18
Sens Math from this morning!! We watched the highlights from their game against Toronto and put the score into ten frames. How many goals did the Leafs need to tie the game? To win? Go Sens Go!! @GVCatholic
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Stephanie Knight Mar 20
These Math Teachers are excited to Build Mathematicial Fluency through and ! Thank you for this opportunity to enhance student learning by empowering Ts with the tools for success!!!!
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Kristen Bennett Sep 13
Day 15: Dr Barry Bennett gave some great advice on today’s discussion of ensuring all students feel safe yet squirmy. Excited to apply it with all the various used as .
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Sara Rogers MPS Apr 27
Using and students were able to justify their thinking using as many mathematical terms as possible. Flipgrid is a great way for ALL students to be heard AND I can assess this weekend on the patio!
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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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Jennifer Kendell Nov 21
Math Talk progress over the past three days. My students love these and I really look forward to seeing what they will come up with to answer these open-ended questions!
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Mme Burrows Dec 5
Did some today using ‘s beads. Lots of cool strategies came out!
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Fawn Nguyen Sep 25
A new strategy that we now will call it by the student's name: 24 x 68. "Since doubling and halving didn't really help, I chopped both numbers in half to get 12 x 34 to get 408, then I multiplied 408 by 4 by doubling it to 816, then doubled again to get 1632."
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Barron Edmonson Feb 16
Students collaborating on how to do their exit ticket correctly. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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