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Devika Aug 3
If you want to be more intentional about improving the quantity and quality of math talk in your classroom, then this link is for you! I was thrilled to see these exact sentence starters in a Grade 9 Academic classroom last spring.
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Ms. Rossi Mar 19
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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Mrs. Pfaff Oct 7
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Nikki Clayton Feb 22
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Dawn Collins Oct 11
Students aren’t only improving their math skills but also working on justifying their reasoning behind their thinking.
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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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Erika Malcom Aug 16
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Katelyn Andrade Mar 6
Took part in valuable Professional Development today! We discussed the differences between additive and multiplicative thinking. We also explored changing instructional strategies from concrete, to representational, to abstract at a pace that best fits the learners.
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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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Alissa Miller Mar 21
Great day reflecting on comparing functions using Lots of fun and tons of going on. Definitely recommend!
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kristi  jackson Jan 12
Math conversations are music to my ears! @MissShelton_EES
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Diamond Creek Dec 5
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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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Dawn Boyer Oct 27
Math manipulative boxes for every table. Love it!
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Gina King Mar 8
Using multiple representations to find unit rate in NNI this morning
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Tracy Whitaker Feb 6
She was nervous when half the class disagreed with her answer choice but she still had to stand and defend it.
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Kirsten Stanford Oct 7
Discovering Slope! Students investigate similar right triangles and linear functions!
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Tatum's FabFourthies Jan 9
Started today and the kids loved it!! Lots of great strategies and conversations going on! Excited to see where it takes us!!
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Amanda Schmitz Jan 11
Student experts reviewing content in a mini lesson!
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Ms. Van Wyk Jan 16
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