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Becca Dietor Jul 25
I wanted to organize to be easy to use for & ended up creating this website! Resources from with more to come!
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Andrew Fenner Jul 17
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Sally Parkinson Apr 2
A teacher asked me ... how can I run number talks from home? Our board is currently using Seesaw and Google Classroom. We are also aiming for asynchronous learning so everyone can participate flexibly. Here is my first idea.. any other ideas out there?
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Number Talks PreK-2 Jul 9
What is the distinction between a lesson and a Number Talk? Check out this article, "Is it a Lesson or Number Talk" by Kathy Richardson
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Miss Clark Mar 27
Day 5 STEM Challenge. Number Talks today. Remember the strategies you would use at home to answer a number talks question. Talk it out with someone at home!
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Becca Dietor Apr 2
If you are looking for a fun resource for check out and use it with for
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RRISD Elem Math Feb 13
Number talks are one of our anchor routines for numeracy. They help students build confidence in their strategies as they work toward procedural fluency.
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Number Talks PreK-2 May 17
We have a new website dedicated to Number Talks & the new Number Talks books by Kathy Richardson & Sue Dolphin.
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Denise Green Feb 29
I seriously love every opportunity I get to do number talks! What an honor to get to see and share such beautiful, flexible thinking with TK-1 teachers today. Thank you for the opportunity WUSD!!
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Kat Hendry Nov 20
The beauty of is watching different students pick up new strategies from each other and apply them. Understanding concepts around deeply impacts the mathematics we learn in our secondary careers. We need to be flexible.
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FVWLricNumeracyAcademy May 7
Number Talks-FIRST Level-08.05.20 Good Morning! Last tweet of the week - Have you used the same strategy all week or have you used lots of different strategies? let us know, share your work with us! Have a lovely weekend!
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FVWLricNumeracyAcademy May 7
Number Talks - Second Level – 8/5/20 Good morning - please find the final Division Number Talks. Today’s NT encourages ‘Chunk Out’ but what strategy will your learners use? Tag us in their solutions. Teacher Info att Have a lovely weekend
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MrzBlackshear📚 Nov 17
Students could use the area model example on the left for 24x35. As students practice using this model in daily Number Talks over the course of a year or two or three, they will be building an arsenal of transferable knowledge, skills, & vocabulary.
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Number Talks PreK-2 Jun 24
Registration is now open for a two-day online Number Talks course for educators of K-2 math on July 27-28. Information available at
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Kat Hendry Nov 14
We are diving into five minute to practice our mental math skills! Watch the chain over the next few days.
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Matt Murphy Nov 14
Our first set of champs are showing off their spoils! Congrats kiddos - we're loving watching your math adventures. Can't wait to see what you'll do next.
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Shelley Apr 27
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FVWLricNumeracyAcademy May 7
Number Talks-Early Level-08.05.20 Good Morning! Last NT of the week - why don't you send us a picture so that we can see how you worked out the solution? Have a lovely weekend!😊
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Andrea Soto Apr 16
has been one of our favorite things to learn this school year and it was embedded into our daily routine. Thankfully, with some creative liberties and adjustments, we still make it happen everyday!
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Lindsey Peet Dec 11
The mathematical discourse today was on point-students explaining their thinking, making their personal process visible, sharing assumptions, and using mistakes to move thinking forward
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