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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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Miss McNeil Jan 15
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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Bethany Parkhill Oct 23
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Amanda Oct 29
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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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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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Leslie Middlebrook May 30
Today we played “I spy” with this image. M. spotted four triangles. What do you spy?
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Nicole Konert Stulak, Ed.D. Sep 16
EXCITED to present this Wednesday @ 2018 DASD Professional Learning Summit on & - Mathematical Discourse is SO important! I updated this pres & created a HUGE Google Folder w/ new resources for my amazing attendees
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Chasity Hardyman Aug 24
Ss participated in their first Gallery walk and math conference today! Ss learned a lot from each other. I'm looking forward to us growing from this activity this year!!
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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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Thomas S. Bruce Ed.D Feb 1
in 5thgrade supports learning 4 all Ss due to models, vocabulary, and most imprtnt! Collaboration and therfore Engagement!
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Jennifer C. Nash Oct 9
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Ms. Bothmer Sep 9
The math thinking in our first dot talk was simply incredible! Students added on to others ideas, showed respect, asked questions and even extended their thinking beyond the number 6!
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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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Ms.Rose🌹 Aug 13
Today we talked about how we do not need to be the fastest/first person to answer a question in order to be good at math. Understanding the question is more important than speed. A "gallery walk" helps us to see other ways to answer a question.
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Mrs. Johnson's Gr.1 Sep 20
Working on our concepts of quantity and subitizing
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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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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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Diamond Creek 5 Dec 17
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Kiersten Wrona Oct 11
“Fractions can be patterns too!” “If you share 3/4 of one watermelon, then you can fill in the missing pieces to make 3 whole watermelons.” Love hearing these lightbulb moments during our in grade 3!
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