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Miss Felsheim Feb 16
Number Talks include: -A variety of problems at vaious levels of difficulty -A safe environment -Concrete models -Opportunities to think about it first -Interaction -Self-correction
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Shannon Underwood Feb 16
Replying to @mlangmyer
Any pointers for good prompts to use with HS students?
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Miss Felsheim Feb 16
"Efficiency without understanding leads to errors, and errors lead to lack of confidence." -Putting Research Into Practice p.14
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KrishnanGangster Feb 15
What is your favorite number?
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Grafton PS KPRDSB 33m
Mrs. Merson's class started Math Strings today-using arrays to show doubling and halving.
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Ms.Lawther 3h
One of my favourite things to do during math is a Number Talk. The confidence children gain in representing their thinking and their ability to use various strategies is amazing. Thanks for the anchor chart idea!
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Miss Felsheim Feb 16
"The airing of ideas leads to self-correction." -Putting Research to Practice p.53
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Miss Felsheim Feb 16
"Invented procedures for computation enhance both number sense and accuracy." -Putting Research Into Practice p. 16
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Miss Felsheim Feb 16
"Students who spent more time on fewer problems and were asked to explain their procedures outperformed their more traditionally taught peers. -Adding It Up, p. 191
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Kate Vidad 2h
Snow✖️ice cream = perfect way to beat the cold. That’s according to Math. Multiplying two negatives makes it positive ✔️Ⓜ️🅰️✝️🏩🥶😍
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Mrs Moses 2h
Here are some P2's explaining their understanding of place value to the class!
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Shannon Underwood Feb 16
Replying to @allison_krasnow
Can you tell me more about how you choose your “problems” for - I started reading Making Number Talks Matter- but struggling a bit with how to apply in HS. Scared Ss may be insulted by the simplicity of the questions?! Maybe I’m overthinking
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Tazewell Elementary 9h
TES Grade Group Meetings- always learning
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Traci Nehme 8h
A great way to start our Tuesday after a long weekend ⁦⁩ a lot of mathematical conversations today about multiplication strategies!
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Mrs. Klee Feb 17
Subitizing. A skill I assume every students knows, but to actually have a conversation with your students and hear all the different ways they can find a quantity instead of counting.
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Redwell PS 6h
What do you see? How do you see it? Developing number sense in Primary 2
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Ann Feb 13
My reflections on Professor seminar last night ‘The New Greed: Numbers are taking over our lives’ Money and ranking can alter your physiology - to feeling warmer, smarter, empowered, more of an a-hole. Use it wisely.
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NumeracyTeamNLC 4h
Another busy Number Talks Twilight tonight. ⭐️👍🏽🔢 How did you get that answer? Where did you get that number from? What strategy did you use? Can you defend your answer? 🗯💬💭
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Charlotte Constantinidi Feb 15
Replying to @montana_smithey
A2: I have learned that there are so many more ways to teach/solve math than I initially knew! I had no idea that there were all of these professionals and different resources to borrow ideas from on twitter. i really liked
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Carol  Beaumont 9h
If you haven't tried Number Talks, you need to learn about them. It makes a huge difference in number sense and test scores! Retweet
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