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Ms. McCoy Dec 8
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Ms. Nazim Dec 5
Number Talks about equivalence! We are becoming more comfortable to share our thinking and helping others understand our methods.
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Mrs. Mayer Dec 5
We may still be learning our facts, but we are getting really good at tearing numbers apart into manageable groups to answer 2 digit by 1 digit multiplication.
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Sarah Terrone Dec 7
Great number talk today after our PD with Spencer! ❤️ the different ways kids think about math!
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mathjen Nov 30
In an NCTM session: Kathy Richardson is in this room. IM NERDING OUT!
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Matt Johnston Dec 8
on ‘...they can change their view of mathematics, teach them number sense, help them develop mental math skills, & at the same time, engage them in creative, open mathematics.’
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Stephanie Ranger Dec 6
My students’ thinking never ceases to amaze me sometimes. We hadn’t been in our usual rhythm of number talks lately, but after today, I can see they haven’t missed a beat! Lots of new discoveries being made too!
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Thring, Anita Dec 5
'This is it' moment: Realizing we can "be the domino" to fall and influence others in the journey to empower modern learning with
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Susan Knowles Faulkner Dec 8
Decomposing numbers leads to this kind of flexibility
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Mrs. Schlicher 21h
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Janet Nuzzie Dec 5
When we create an environment in which our young mathematicians can think like this & when we believe our young mathematicians can think like this ... they do!
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Clermont ES Dec 6
Professional Development with Spencer Jamieson, Educational Specialist
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Marie Dec 4
Catching up on by @jobialer. When consolidating after a partner task or completing I try to ensure each Ss strategies are valued. I ❤️ the idea of asking if anyone had a diff strategy by saying “Did anyone see it in a different way?”
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Kristen Tennant Dec 7
What a great way to make math meaningful beyond the classroom. Many opportunities to connect to our relationship with the environment.
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Mrs. Elsie Dec 3
Thank you, Mrs. Goh, for coming in and doing some number talks with us! We LOVE SPLAT!!
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AISNSW Primary 19h
Here’s another great resource for - promoting reasoning and understanding in
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Becky_Hose Dec 7
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Mrs. Howell's Class Dec 3
Some fabulous thinking happening during today!
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Kelly Cross Dec 5
I’m proud of their number sense this morning!
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MrRipleysClass Dec 5
Today’s decimal number string!
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