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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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Nicola Stevenson Aug 22
Beautiful problem by Simon Gregg. If the white square = 1 what other numbers do you see?
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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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Francesco Garofalo Apr 4
One of the ways we’re encouraging our little humans to keep up with learning while being !🕵🏽🕵🏻‍♀️🕵🏿‍♂️
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DSBN Summer H.E.A.T. - SG 17 Jul 19
Wow! Great Kinder conversation in the library this rainy morning☔😊 "It is 5, so 3 jumped in the puddle!"
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Ms. Violo Oct 8
Number talks are going better than expected...they always ask for Esti-Mysteries
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Maureen Frio 21 May 18
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Lucy Virone Sep 28
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Pam Cooper 14 Feb 19
Sanders PLCs focus on Increasing Numeracy Strategies for student engagement! @JCPSAsstSuptES1 @cadeely
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Jessica Cozza Nov 26
Grade ones look forward to our weather graph each day! ☁️🌥🌧🌤
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Jennifer Wehrle Jan 21
We’re LOVING ’s Esti-Mysteries for our math talks right now! We love all the different clues that help us narrow down our estimates through pair and group conversations. 🤔💡🔢
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Tiffany Fetter Sep 15
⚠️Socially distanced math games in progress! ⚠️
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Alexandra Moench 17 Dec 18
WODB? Practicing math talks in grade 1 as a way to strengthen our math vocabulary and speaking skills.
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Mrs. Ransom Aug 29
Made my teacher heart happy to see my students having math discussions and still social distancing! Lots of learning happening in room 501!
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Emily Rodriguez 9 Oct 18
Using the action posters to justify his answers! 🗣 Math conversations and movement around the classroom.
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Alissa Miller 21 Mar 18
Great day reflecting on comparing functions using Lots of fun and tons of going on. Definitely recommend!
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Ms. Jackson 3 Oct 19
Always learning with Title I. What type of questions do you use when conferring with students?
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D. Bagnarol & L. Dronyk Feb 3
What math do you see in this picture? Students noticed patterns, change of directions and shapes! 🥑 👍🏽
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Dr. Lisa Paisley 28 Aug 18
Walked in to see a Math Talk starting! Go Miss G! it's happening!
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Bethany Parkhill 23 Oct 18
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