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Shelby Dukek Jun 22
Early middle school teachers (6/7th grade) what are your thoughts on foldables and interactive notebooks? I ordered interactive notebooks for my kids next year with the intention of implementing foldable and puzzles. Advice? Thoughts?
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Maths Class Renos Jun 21
Without a calculator, and without pen and paper, how would you solve this?
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Terri Gibbs-Burke Jun 21
How many spinning circles of dots does it take to update a computer?
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Kirsten Dyck Jun 21
Inspired by some tweets from I took Ss outside for some today. They were so excited to write math Qs at the elem school playground! Thanks to for many of their ideas!
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David Petro Jun 16
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Kate Carter Jun 19
Help plz. I will be instructional coaching 6-8th grade math teachers next year. My main familiarity is with 7th grade math. What are your must-reads / must-watches / must-dos that would help me expand my horizons as I move sideways in the teaching world?
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Andie Snyder Jun 21
Thinking classroom almost done! 1 more set of boards to be hung after the doorway gets walled. love the standing desks. ⁦
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Math912Teacher Jun 22
Looking to connect with or HS teachers who have had classes with 1:1 devices. This will be new for me next year & I'd love some ideas & tips on effective routines, etc. Thanks in advance!
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joe koelsch 8h
Hey and community, anyone use the mathematical practices standards explicitly in their classroom? If so, how? I’ve posted, named and reinforced through language, but not much more.
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Sarah Carter 16m
Building the pieces to make a SOMA cube based on the patent images from the 1930s. The wood glue said to use clamps for 30 minutes. I'm improvising with hair ties...
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madnessinthemiddle Jun 23
I’m confused! A teacher just posted on fb that their lesson plans are done for the year. I have a hard time doing a week at a time because I never know where students will take the lesson.
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Tiffany Fele 2h
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The Cult of Mr. Law Jun 21
Graphing lines and killing zombies!
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Alice Aspinall 6h
Any way to fix this missing button so this can be used again? The buttons are the soft kind and the button is gone. Google is not offering any help
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Math Before Breakfast 3h
Ep. 31 is up! We discussed Making Number Talks Matter by Cathy Humphreys & Ruth Parker from . This is definitely a book we'll be coming back to often.
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Myrna Nievera 7h
Asking suggestions for a Pre Algebra project I can assign my students. Something that can be done in 2 days?
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R1chard Marm0lej0 Jun 22
I've taught 8th Grade Math for 10 years and Algebra 1 for 7 years. Next year I move up to Algebra 2. Any advice?
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Mashup Math Jun 20
Summer is a time for relaxing, recharging and reflecting. Please retweet and share your thoughts!
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Heather Johnson 3h
What do you think about when you hear the term “Quantitative Reasoning”? Brainstorming session with Profs Franzi Peterson and Marisa Castronova
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Nick Corley Jun 22
This is a really amazing tool that every math teacher should check out!
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