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Focus on Fractions: Addition & Subtraction with Unlike Denominators with Lisa Riggs - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Brame
30:38
Amanda Brame, Madisonville, ky
MaryDuncan
30:43
I love these sessions!
Jamie.Reagan
30:47
Jamie Reagan, MIT, Bell Elementary, Wayne County
Rebecca Mudd
30:53
Rebecca Mudd, Bardstown City Schools
Kelly DeLong
31:12
Welcome everyone!
Dee Crescitelli
31:55
Dee Crescitelli- KCM; Georgetown, KY still...
Kimberly Smith
32:11
Kimberly Smith, MIT, Martin Co. Ky Inez Elementary
MaryDuncan
32:17
Mary Kate Duncan, Hamlet, NC
Rebecca Mudd
32:25
sometimes
Jennifer Houghton
32:35
sometimes
Jennifer Werner
32:37
Students - yes me - no
Kim
32:42
sometimes
Kimberly Jones
32:43
Kimberly Jones, MIT, Jefferson County, KY
Mrs. Hartzel
32:49
sometimes
Jamie.Reagan
32:53
Well I was taught to always find the same
Dee Crescitelli
33:09
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Focus_on_Fractions-Lisa_Riggs-presentation.pdfToday’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Focus_on_Fractions-Lisa_Riggs-handouts.pdf
Funda Gonulates
34:24
Very well said!!
Cindy Turner
34:36
Absolutely!!
Lucy Anderson
35:51
hey everyone, sorry I'm late!
Mrs. Hartzel
36:30
the size of the whole is different (if each candy bar is its own whole)
Mrs. Hartzel
36:41
well, the amount of pieces. they are all wholes
Kelly DeLong
38:59
We use the Hershey book during our KY Family Math Night.
Cindy Aossey
39:15
1/4 + 3/4 = 1
Jennifer Werner
39:31
1/2+1/4=3/4
Jennifer Werner
39:50
1/12
Rebecca Mudd
39:55
1/12
Mrs. Hartzel
39:58
1/12
Cindy Aossey
40:10
1/12+1/12+ 1/12 = 1/4
Rebecca Mudd
40:20
4x1/3
Kelly DeLong
40:21
Can't limit to 1/12. Not possible:)
Kimberly Smith
40:40
Agreed, Kelly:)
Rebecca Mudd
40:47
sorry...3x1/3
Jennifer Houghton
41:40
picture pie is a great activity
Bonny Davenport
42:17
Oh I used to do this in my classroom!!! Loved that book!
Cindy Aossey
42:49
I love how we can see the 1/8 + 1/8 is the same size as the 1/4
Jennifer Werner
42:59
1/4+1/8+1/8=1/2
Leah White
43:00
Ears at 2/8 together
Cindy Turner
43:01
they used the same amount of fractional parts
Mrs. Hartzel
43:17
the bunny is 4/8 which would be the same size as the lady bug
Cindy Aossey
43:52
one whole!
MaryDuncan
44:51
1/2 + 1/8 + 1/8 + 1/8 = 7/8
Funda Gonulates
45:01
Very creative ways of engaging with fractional units
Funda Gonulates
45:14
I think Cindy is counting the wing that we do not see
Rachel Wingo
45:24
Love the opportunity to use language to describe and reason
Kellem Classroom
45:44
Great visual for adding unlike fractiuons without having to make like
Cindy Aossey
45:47
one whole was the total on the previous page
Kelly DeLong
49:46
I have watched students play this game. The number line is a powerful tool.
Dee Crescitelli
50:04
We all know how I feel about number lines! :-)
Lucy Anderson
51:13
I really like that. I was just confused about how to play at first.
Mrs. Hartzel
51:27
Same, Lucy
Dee Crescitelli
51:41
That's why we demo! :-)
MaryDuncan
51:58
I really like that activity!
Kelly DeLong
52:29
Games like this encourage fluency.
Dee Crescitelli
52:50
Really good for flexible thinking!
Jennifer Werner
55:02
Love that question.
Jennifer Werner
55:17
Connects it to previous fraction learning
Amy Duncan
56:46
I agree and it connects it to conceptual so it is easy to understand. Finding the common denominator makes it seem procedural.
Cindy Aossey
58:22
"We haven't changed the numbers, just the way we named them"... love that!
Dee Crescitelli
58:52
:-) Like equivalence is also renaming!
Kelly DeLong
59:07
The power of technology to visualize the mathematics.
Kimberly Jones
59:35
THANK GOD FOR THE VISUALS!
Rachel Wingo
59:42
I wish I had that when I was taught. I am a visual learner too
Kimberly Jones
59:46
I too am visual and really need to see that
Jennifer Werner
59:54
SOOO Many of my students need to see the math.
Kelly DeLong
59:54
Amen!
Amy Duncan
01:00:00
That's why I only "got" fractions through teaching because everything I was taught was a procedure.
Rebecca Mudd
01:00:15
I agree with Amy
Cindy Turner
01:00:30
yes!!
Lucy Anderson
01:00:33
So true!
Stacy Shaener
01:01:38
Need to help students develop fraction sense
Kellem Classroom
01:01:51
My favorite resource!!
Kelly DeLong
01:02:18
I love Howard County resources.
Kelly DeLong
01:03:41
One stop shopping from KCM
Rachel Wingo
01:03:53
Awesome Resources Thanks so much
Belle Rush
01:03:59
Great resources! Thanks, Lisa!
Mrs. Hartzel
01:04:00
thank you!
Jennifer Werner
01:04:04
YES - KCM is one stop shopping.
Lucy Anderson
01:04:07
Thank you!
Kimberly Jones
01:04:11
Thank you, Lisa! Amazing resources
Amy Duncan
01:04:28
I'll definitely be sharing! Thank you, Lisa!
Cindy Turner
01:04:49
Sometimes, depending on the situation
Dee Crescitelli
01:06:19
NO BUTTERFLIES!!!
Lucy Anderson
01:06:20
I hope they can eventually relate it all together and understand it.
Funda Gonulates
01:06:40
Thank you Lisa!
Kellem Classroom
01:06:43
LOVE the visuals! Would have helped me as a student.
Mrs. Hartzel
01:06:48
thank you! this was awesome
Kimberly Smith
01:06:57
Thank you, Lisa!
Cindy Turner
01:06:59
Always great information from you all at KCM!!
Rebecca Mudd
01:07:02
Thank you!
Cindy Aossey
01:07:20
Great visuals and resources! Love the number line game.
Stacy Shaener
01:07:43
Thank you!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:09:28
Thank you! I really like the openness of the literature activity and the Hershey Bar images.