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Jenni Clarkin Aug 13
Here's a quick link page for most of the resources mentioned on our chat
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Julie Aug 13
Q2: What resources do you have for the ? reminded me there used to be a document. The book recommends dots at first.
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Druin Aug 13
for the first one, I might use the one from page 15 (the hexagon) just to talk about how each of us see things differently.
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Amy Ellen Zimmer 23h
Why Am I so afraid to do ?
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Druin Aug 13
this weekend, should we have a check-in to share a dot card and/or number problem that we plan to try in the first couple of weeks?
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Marissa BarriosGarza Aug 16
You better believe I started with my class on day 2! I learned these from the best!
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Druin Aug 13
Found it!!! (but no dot talks in it...)
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Julie Aug 13
Hey ! Does anyone do ? We are looking for resources!
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NumeracyTeamNLC Aug 15
Everyday is Mental Agility day!
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Ms. Seward Aug 13
I’m more worried about pushback from admin....they “dinged” my coworker last year on his one observation for doing warm ups that weren’t directly tied to curriculum 🙄🙄🙄🙄
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Jenni Clarkin Aug 13
Don't forget tonight at 9 EST high school perspective. Hope you'll join us!
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Grazyna Moon 12h
Starting the year off with dialogue! Hoping this year I can get my students to visualize the math (and world) around them
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Brenda Lopez Aug 16
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Julie Aug 13
Let’s get it started! We are talking about the book, “Making Matter”, Chapters 1 through 3.
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Julie Aug 13
Q3: What types of problems are you interested in doing in the first 10 days?
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NumeracyTeamNLC Aug 15
This morning we are at delivering Number Talks Training. Looking forward to working with you all.
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Jennifer May Aug 15
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Andrew Smith Aug 16
Thankful to have had the opportunity to co-facilitate with on Wednesday Pinewood MS. We spent time learning about and Teacher Discourse Moves to pass the locus of control onto our learners
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Lori Fury 1h
How many? How do you see it?
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SiglerStars2nd Aug 14
Starting the day refreshing our brains with some 1st grade
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