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Adri N 6h
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๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ canโ€™t wait to try with my students
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Miss Black 18h
Number talks today in p4. Some very good addition strategies being used. We spoke about the most efficient and common errors.
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Anne Agostinelli Jun 8
Hi and friends! I updated the resource list for with additional recent gems. As always, tell me what else needs to make the list!
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Kelli Jun 14
Watching Andy Griffith help Opie w long division. O asked why the small number goes on the outside. A could only say bc that's the rule, but O said his T will ask why. Even in 1965 were a thing.
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Tara Minton 8h
Getting excited for the National CGI Conference in Minneapolis!
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Kristi Jun 10
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CCRK Jun 13
- decimal +/- with models. Colors helped Sts explain strategies. Had to sing "Say my name" (thank you Destiny's Child) to remind them to read decimals by value vs. digits... btw they started singing it themselves during more decimal practice
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Emily Potter 6h
Thanks for sharing the conversation through ! I love talking math & . The timing of the chat is always tough for me, so I appreciate you sharing! Always appreciate the extra resources too!
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Annalisa Kasperitis Jun 10
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Nicola Stevenson Jun 15
Replying to @pokybloom
Here is a Crowd Sourced Doc with some good ideas:
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Hart of Learning Jun 8
Replying to @fknutson12 @PMcPeake1
However, maybe I will try your strategy as well, to get more students to participate simultaneously, as that is one issue I have with number talks- only one student working when your way could involve many working together...hmmmm.
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Brandi Heinz Brown Jun 14
3 great ways to supercharge student engagement | eSchool News
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LD@school Jun 12
We love number talks! For students with who have difficulty with working memory or remembering number facts, are a beneficial strategy that can lead to reduced math anxiety and increased confidence. Read more at:
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Mashup Math Jun 8
Looking for Number Talks Strategies? We Got You.
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Sherri Fleischer Jun 9
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Anne Agostinelli Jun 11
Hope you can join me tonight with to discuss and making fluency meaningful!
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Christie Mudd Jun 13
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Wendy Moss Jun 13
Looking for good books about implementing in my classroom according to NCTM standards. Suggestions?
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karencampbell Jun 11
come join us for two days with Sherry Parrish in Saskatoon Sept 12th & 13th as we did deeper into Number talks
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