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ONTSpecialNeeds Oct 28
What math do you see?
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ONTSpecialNeeds 6 Oct 18
Are you doing in your classroom? Put this up in your classroom. Give students the language!
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MathTchr84 11h
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Nicola Stevenson 18h
So much rich learning comes out of visual images, exploring patterns and challenging thinking. I love that all kids can access with lots of possibilities to extend!
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Foster Elementary 2 Jan 18
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Heather Ryan 2 Aug 18
Using loose parts to explore what we know about squares
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Tracy Williams ο£Ώ Oct 4
I enjoyed watching guide her class using followed by the structure Quiz, Quiz, Trade
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ONTSpecialNeeds 6 Nov 18
Can you infer the missing numbers?
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Stacey Roshan Oct 24
Check out how our students are using Flipgrid to talk out their math thinking is a tremendously powerful way to give students a chance to *verbalize* their math process & to hear from all their peers
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Mrs. Pfaff 7 Oct 17
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Francesco Garofalo Apr 4
One of the ways we’re encouraging our little humans to keep up with learning while being !πŸ•΅πŸ½πŸ•΅πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ•΅πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ
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Stephanie Knight 30 Apr 19
Thank you @GreensptElem for sharing your morning routine with me today! Your Daily Math Fluency Warm Ups are fantastic! Ss were so excited to share their newly learned strategies for multiplication! Thank You
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MrsRz Jul 26
Wow! teachers. Check our this amazing resource.
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Amanda Schmitz 11 Jan 18
Student experts reviewing content in a mini lesson!
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Fawn Nguyen 25 Sep 18
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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Ashley Bajohr Nov 1
Today I had an opportunity to model creating videos with @MsKBruin’s class! Then they created their own videos creating and explaining arrays!!
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Becca Dietor Apr 2
If you are looking for a fun resource for check out and use it with for
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Maureen Frio 21 May 18
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Colton Bardy 1 Oct 18
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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Julian Daher 4 Jul 19
What a fabulous day of learning, collaborating, and planning 4 the Summer Numeracy Program! πŸ€“ This French Teacher is getting his on! Stoked!βž•βž–βž—βœ–οΈ
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