Let's Do Math - Adding & Subtracting Fractions with Cindy Aossey - Shared screen with speaker view
iPhone
30:41
from Highland in Scotland, uk
Lisa
31:03
Hello Everyone, Lisa Riggs, KCM RC
kestes
32:18
Hello everyone from Bowling Green!
Kelly DeLong
33:18
Hi everyone! So glad you are joining us.
Kelly DeLong
38:02
Beautiful graphic to symbolize the mathematics concepts. Interconnected ideas. Love the Lamon book. Time to get a new book! Here comes Amazon!
paulabaldwin
39:31
Every time I attend a KCM training I build up my Mathematics Library.
Dee Crescitelli
40:04
It's amazing how many great mathematics books there are for learning and teaching!
Cara Caudill
41:19
I tried to do halves to make 1 2/4+3/6=1
MeiLing
41:23
4/8 + 3/6 = 1
kestes
41:27
2/1 + 6/3 = 4. Starting looking for what might = whole number answer
Victoria Agne
41:42
3/6 + 4/8 = 1I started with creating different versions of half to get up to 1.
Amanda Brame
41:55
I did 3/6 +2/4=1
Reda
41:55
1/4 +6/8=1
MeiLing
42:04
Start with a whole number answer and find fractions that add up to that
Lisa
42:08
3/6 + 2/4 = 1, thinking about what would make 1.
Juaacklyn Cunningham
42:12
1/2 + 3/6=1
Dee Crescitelli
42:24
6/3 + 4/1 =7
Juaacklyn Cunningham
42:30
4/2 + 6/1=8
Victoria Agne
42:35
6/3 + 2/1 = 4I took my previous equation and used inverse fractions but realized I had created 2+2 and I needed a 4 in my answer, so I adjusted my second fraction so that 4 could be in my answer.
Cara Caudill
43:10
I liked the improper fractions so I tried another one 9/3+8/4=5
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43:27
my high school niece and my daughter who in 3rd year med school saw this and quickly started giving me answers! I told them they were stealing my thinking ! 8/4+ 9/3=5
Dee Crescitelli
43:39
I really like the top-heavy fractions, too!
Tiffany McGuire
44:56
2/8 + 3/4 = 1
Erin Chavez
46:15
knowing equivalencies is important
mgreene
47:15
I like Cara brought up improper fractions too.
Dee Crescitelli
47:35
Equivalency is a REALLY big idea in mathematics... all the way through!
Dee Crescitelli
51:43
If you came in after the start... here's the info for today:Today’s slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Cindy_Aossey-presentation.pdfToday’s activity handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Cindy_Aossey-handouts.pdf
Kelly DeLong
53:32
18/2 + 3/5 = 9.6
MaryDuncan
53:58
38/4 + 2/8 = 9.75
Rachel Wingo
54:14
21/3+4/8=7.5
kkilburn1
54:20
81/9+3/6=9.5
Rachel Redden
54:54
54/9 + 7/2 = 9.5
Kelly DeLong
55:21
I had to think about the decimal in the answer. I thought it was my limiting factor. Can't use 10 so I needed a think about what fraction would reduce to a decimal for tenths. Hmmm... still pondering.
Amanda Brame
55:22
63/7 + 4/8=9.5
kestes
55:23
27/3 + 4/5 = 9.8
MeiLing
55:28
18/2 + 4/6 = 9.7 I'm rounding my answer
Rachel Redden
55:51
81/9 + 4/5 = 9.8
paulabaldwin
55:52
63/7 + 1/2 = 9.5
ECS 1
56:12
27/3 + 4/5 = 9.8
Cara Caudill
56:27
72/8 + 5/6 = 9.8
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56:27
81/9 + 3/6= 9.5
Juaacklyn Cunningham
56:49
27/3 + 4/8=9.5
Rachel Wingo
56:49
Using a fraction that is equal to 9 first
MeiLing
56:54
Lots of people trying to get the whole number 9 as an addend
Carrie Riley
57:01
19/2 + 2/5 = 9.9
Kelly DeLong
57:17
OOOOO.... 27/3. OOOOO 4/5....
Reda
57:18
In the first trying to get to 9
kestes
57:43
Looks like everyone started w/ whole # nine and then added a decimal. Then looked for fraction greater than one that would = 9 and then looked for another fraction to = the decimal they chose.
kestes
58:09
Used 9 and 8 twice
kestes
58:17
so much fun!
kestes
58:34
Great for students and us as well1
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59:07
I didn’t think about that I used 9 twice when I had it in my answer!
MeiLing
59:21
Is openmiddle.com a free resource?
Dee Crescitelli
59:24
It was great to see all your different solutions coming in!
kestes
59:26
I had that happen to me as well!
Tiffany McGuire
59:32
Yep, it's free!
Dee Crescitelli
59:50
It is a free site, MeiLing.
paulabaldwin
59:55
I had more perseverance with the second problem.
Erin Chavez
01:00:12
I post an open middle problem on my chalkboard wall for my kiddos at home to solve! Love the resource.
Kelly DeLong
01:00:42
KCM is a friend of the Open Middle author, Robert Kaplinsky. You will love the site.
tondathompson
01:00:43
You are amazing, Cindy! Loved everything
MeiLing
01:01:33
TY. Also, can jamboard be used with any tablet?
Dee Crescitelli
01:02:47
Jamboard is embedded in Google Drive-- so it will work on any platform that will do Google docs, etc.
Cara Caudill
01:02:57
(2x1) + (1/4) + (3/4) + (3x1/2)
Rachel Redden
01:03:45
There is an app for iOS called Jamboard that is from Google. I’m downloading it now on my iPad.
Kelly DeLong
01:04:18
It is so fun to get new tools in each of the sessions! Downloading now:) Awesome, Rachel.
Chris
01:04:45
the app on ipad is awesome, you can write on ipad and it shows up on computer (esp great when no touchscreen on pc)
Dee Crescitelli
01:05:09
That is great to know, Chris!
Rachel Redden
01:06:07
That is awesome, Chris! This would be great for virtual learning and using screencastify to record your writing without using the mouse.
Erin Chavez
01:07:00
Thank you Cindy!
Dee Crescitelli
01:07:07
Hi everyone! Dee from KCM here- In Georgetown, KY. I will be monitoring the chat today.Today’s slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Cindy_Aossey-presentation.pdfToday’s activity handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Middle_School-Cindy_Aossey-handouts.pdf
Tiffany McGuire
01:07:09
Thank you, everyone!
Rachel Wingo
01:07:10
Thanks so much.
MeiLing
01:07:15
Thanks for opening up your presentation to all teachers. I learned so much...very informative!
tondathompson
01:07:18
Thank you!
MaryDuncan
01:07:20
Thank you so much! This was awesome!
Funda Gonulates
01:07:28
Great session Cindy! Thanks!
paulabaldwin
01:07:34
Thank you everyone! It’s nice to be connected with my KCM friends!!
iPhone2706702848
01:07:36
Thank you so much!
mgreene
01:07:41
Thank you so much.
Cara Caudill
01:07:48
Thank you Cindy! I just bookmarked so many new resources. This made me think!
Charlotte Smith
01:07:55
Very helpful session, thanks Cindy
Carrie Riley
01:08:00
Thank you!
Rachel Redden
01:08:03
Thank you, Cindy. This was great!
Kimberly Ford
01:08:19
Thank you so much!
Dee Crescitelli
01:08:26
Thanks everyone for joining us today!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:08:36
Thank you! It always good to learn with Cindy! Thinking how to use these resources across different grade levels.
kestes
01:08:40
Thanks Cindy and KCM! Great job! Nice to have something fun to think about!
Bonny Davenport
01:08:42
Awesome!! Thanks Cindy!