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It’s Monday again, and I am SO thankful it is a 3 Day Weekend! I really need this extra day off. To help get myself inspired for returning to school tomorrow, I’m compiling a list of my most recent liked tweets in this week’s volume of Monday Must Reads.
I love this emphasis on different representations of 1 from Kerstin Morris. Understanding this topic is so crucial to understanding algebraic operations in middle school and high school.
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Check out how Ryan Kile encourages students to put mathematical definitions in their own words.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/MrKileTeach/status/971447674309197825|
Teaching AP? I love this countdown from Mr. Kluemper.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/TeachMeKluemper/status/996344746082697216|
These candy based scale projects from Sierra Cretsinger are awesome!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/siecrets/status/959570680319758336|
This flippable study tool from Mrs. Harper looks amazing!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/MrsHarper2/status/766257082874093568|
This Pom Pom Challenge from Sarah Gonzales looks like a lot of fun!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/SarahGonza8/status/1033459820765106176|
Trever Reeh inspires with a lesson that combines lasers and trigonometry.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/treverreeh/status/1085675580786397186|
These order of operation puzzles from Math with P Nik look like lots of fun!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/MrNiksMathClass/status/1086439078617321474|
Brett Parker shares a method for engaging students with a WODB puzzle using post-it notes to capture student thinking.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/parkermathed/status/1086349147589038081|
Jo Morgan shares an interesting times table book strategy shared with her by an exchange teacher from Shanghai.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/mathsjem/status/1086287614095867904|
I love this visual representation of half life dice from Daniel Hobson.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/Mr_Hobson01/status/1085959238218862594|
Mandy shares a great “select all that apply” question to test rational exponents. Every time I do one of these, I think that I need to do them more often!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/mathdyal/status/1086031111325736960|
Have any football lovers in your math class? Check out this puzzler from Don Fraser!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/DonFraser9/status/1050778551174275074|
Simon Beale shares a great practice structure that could very easily be adapted to math class!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/SPBeale/status/1085163547552874496|
Rachael Gorsuch shares a great idea for combining fractals, art, and similarity.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/rachaelhgorsuch/status/1085558355932971008|
Nicholas Chambers shares a great hands-on project for geometry students to tackle.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/NChambers713/status/902620705686032385|
Ann Ahlborn shares a brilliant idea for encouraging thankfulness amongst students.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/MrsAhlbornCMS/status/771325377918537729|
Mrs. Griesemer shares a lovely idea for slope fields – an interactive slope field.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/MrsGriesemer/status/472415084593942528|
Jennifer Davis shares a hands-on idea for introducing data analysis. I love the puzzling aspect of this activity!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/ms_jdavisCCCS/status/1085267396536008710|
Rick Barlow shares a prompt to gauge student understanding of exponents and order of operations.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/rickbrlw/status/1085200284970713088|
Love this data collection method involving magnets from Desiree Anderson.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/des_ande/status/905467404528037888|
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Kortney Smith shares a creative way for grouping students.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/KortneyLovesMTH/status/1055143836186562560|
3D Printing your own jewelry using transformations? I want to be in Ella Hereth‘s geometry class!
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsHereth/status/1084811756248154112|
John Stevens shares a WODB for systems of inequalities.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/Jstevens009/status/1084880916353146881|
Jamie Mitchell shares an interesting design challenge.
|Image Source: https://twitter.com/realJ_Mitchell/status/1084834077272952834|
Until next week, keep sharing your amazing ideas!
Wednesday 24th of July 2019
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