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Stacey Hopkins 18h
Low floor high ceiling math number talks make every student feel like math is accessible and can lead to great math conversations! From this simple question, we discussed integers, repeating decimals and a googol!
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Christine Blessin 1h
We made 100 bead number lines to help us with number talks/computation strategies. Thank you, for an amazing morning of hands-on learning!
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McSwain School 9h
Another great PD with our math crew! We are becoming experts with help from
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Cori Orlando 3h
Replying to @sunniadm
What we are working up to- Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: We started this one today- but it turned into a “cliffhanger”- we will finish tomorrow.
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Karine Kelley Oct 16
Did a number string on doing one factor and halving another to get same product today. Conferring with S later, and he used the strategy to solve 4x4. He said he used it from the lesson. Theory into practice all at once!
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Michelle A. Burden 5h
Girl that’s what I’m talking about!
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Michelle Lemmon 7h
Replying to @SmallwoodKdg
I agree completely about inquiry. In my mind, and are good for this.
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Lorie Felippa 6h
Ts, follow this thread if you like and !
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David Mangiafico 7h
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HA Halbert Jr PS 6h
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Vanessa Gear 7h
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Judy Larsen Oct 15
Replying to @Becker4Ever
Interesting Qn! I think are fundamentally a structure to increase emphasis on multiple pathways of reasoning. For higher levels, maybe there are probs or proofs in which ss can brainstorm the diff approaches either mentally or in groups.
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JessConn 17h
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Monica Segura-Lopez 5h
My kinder students LOVE and little did they know when they were making their pumpkin sink or float guesses we would be intergrating our learning! How many do you see and how do you see them?
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Melissa Burns Oct 12
We have been doing number talks to explore addition strategies.
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Malisa Oct 9
All sorts of great ideas to think about so far this week during
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Ms. Russell Oct 16
“I love math!” Using our knowledge of addition, subtraction, and multiplication to win the game!!! Ask me to teach you how to play!!
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Donna Stofko Oct 10
Way to go ! Such fantastic sharing of strategies and discussions about successes and challenges! Number Sense is evident here! So happy to be there so see and hear this!
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Miss Ide Oct 12
Students leading “magic number” in our class today. This is a way for us to explore decimals while giving each student the opportunity to enter the number talk - whatever level they’re at!
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Rodgers Elementary Oct 16
We're excited to have a math expert come and teach our students and teachers how to do Number Talks.
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