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Analee Spray 4h
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Ottawa Educator Chat 3h
In 5 days, is back! This time round, our topic is . Come join us!
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P2A - Mr Atkinson 7h
In P2A we have been using a range of concrete manipulatives to crack an Easter code. Great to see and hear the number talks around the classroom
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rosa 59m
morning fun with kinder families supporting sense making via games: war, double diced eggs, shake and spill and
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S. Abernot 12h
M. says, “Both have to get heavier.” O. says, “It’s balancing.” “No, it’s not. We have to take all the squares out,” states O. ⁦
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S. Abernot 14h
Getting ready for How can we make the scale balance?
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S. Abernot 12h
A. says, “You have to put 10 in the yellow bin to make it the same.”
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Notre Dame School 5h
It’s time in 3/4S and we wonder about math thinking using creative surfaces!!
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Adrienne Jimerson 2h
A3 - My 2nds can't get enough of so I HAD to create a topic just for them to jump in and share all their ideas they couldn't share during our NTs in class!! Totally optional but it's been my busiest grid topic all year.
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Rymer's Rockstars 10h
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S. Abernot 12h
Y. says, “This side has stuff, so it’s heavier.” “How many are in that side,” asks an educator?
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Howe Middle 9h
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Ottawa Educator Chat Apr 23
returns in 6 days with a look at . Join us!
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Match Fishtank Apr 16
are perfect for pushing Ss to justify solutions to problems they solve mentally. This builds Ss accuracy, efficiency, and flexibility with solving problems. All Ss should be pushed to do this type of thinking daily.
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Robyn Michaud 22h
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Christina Sherman Apr 18
A3: Hi, friends! Sorry I'm late to the chat... I have noticed that when Ss are struggling at the abstract level, they can be successful with either pictures or contrete tools... I love to make the connections among multiple representations!
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Miss. Luis Apr 16
Starting with arrays. Building our competency from additive to multiplicative thinking.
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Cassandra Parkinson Apr 23
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of watching the brilliant teach . Loved seeing her students talk out their thinking in 😍
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Beth Maniaci Apr 19
Sorry she’s not seeing her ❤️ of in her classroom. 😞 Maybe her T should join in our chat!! And, we are exploring Fibonacci in 2nd by extending patterns. In addition, we started exploring Gauss...we started with adding the numbers 1 through 10
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Stephanie Fitler Apr 16
A must watch! Quality over quantity. Collaboration. Dive deep. Rote learning times tables 'one of the worst things we do to kids' - maths professor via
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