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Conceptual Understanding of Geometric Measurement with Kelly DeLong - Shared screen with speaker view
Juaacklyn Cunningham
28:16
Juaacklyn Cunningham, Lexington, KY
Jim Butler
28:21
Jim Butler-Principal-Richmond Senior High School in Rockingham, NC
Jennifer Houghton
28:27
Jennifer Houghton Austin Tx
Kimberly Smith
28:57
Kimberly Smith, MIT, Martin Co., Inez KY
Cindy Turner
29:28
Cindy from Huntsville, AL
Dee Crescitelli
29:37
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Geometric_Thinking-Kelly_DeLong-presentation.pdfToday’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Geometric_Thinking-Kelly_DeLong-handouts.pdf
Cindy Turner
29:51
Yes!
Jennifer Houghton
29:55
I agree - your website if FABULOUS! Thank you
Jennifer Werner
30:15
I agree.
Kellem Classroom
32:04
The math standards ARE THE EASIEST to read and understand of all of the content areas
Kellem Classroom
35:25
I never connected fractions and division as a student :(
Cindy Aossey
36:38
Amy - that wasn't uncommon. I'm so glad that particular relationship is a 5th grade standard.
Jennifer Houghton
37:13
Great intro video to start our thinking
Kelly DeLong
37:51
https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/5adcb99681d4cb0a4e40b34c
Jennifer Houghton
39:11
What are we suppose to click on in desmos
Jennifer Houghton
39:56
Got it thanks
Kellem Classroom
40:51
NTI may be our new reality
Kimberly Smith
41:55
Kids seem to be motivated by engaging technology
Jim Butler
41:59
Also being able to verbalize what they are seeing or learning helps us see how they are making sense of what they are thinking
Jim Butler
42:12
in writing
Jennifer Houghton
42:24
It looks like It makes a nice connection from area to volume
Kelly DeLong
42:42
https://www.nctm.org/Classroom-Resources/Illuminations/Interactives/Cubes/
Jennifer Houghton
43:46
It says "We cannot find the page you requested."
Lisa Riggs
44:11
It worked for me
Cindy Aossey
44:17
The color coding of the net matches the colors on the cubes you are using to build. Very cool!
Madison Dosser
44:18
Mine worked!
Julie Adams
44:19
It worked for me
Kim
44:20
I was able to copy and past the link
Linda Begley
44:52
Mine worked but the first one didn't.
Madison Dosser
44:54
I love that it looks like it would fold into a 3D shape. It would work well with a cut-and-fold paper piece for more tactile learners
Kellem Classroom
44:59
LOve GFletchy!
Dee Crescitelli
46:22
I once bought out all of these that were available in a 50 mile radius for a lesson!
Kellem Classroom
46:24
I think it said 1 lb size
Kimberly Smith
46:35
What are sugar cubes? How many cubes are in the box?
Kellem Classroom
46:35
Dee bahahahaha
Madison Dosser
46:38
I notice both the box and cube have 90 degree angles. I wonder how many cubes can fill the box
Lisa Riggs
46:49
I wonder how cubes in the box
Cindy Aossey
46:59
Are the cubes packed tightly into the box?
Kellem Classroom
47:08
it looked like it was about 3 wide on the short side
Dee Crescitelli
47:10
Good question, Cindy!
Jim Butler
47:38
It wasn't until the box was turned did you know how much might be correct
Madison Dosser
48:13
Interesting Jim!!! without turning it, there is no way of knowing if it is 2D or 3D. Could just be a picture
Cindy Aossey
49:35
Oh... I love that the box is clear!
Kellem Classroom
49:40
This might be a cube
Jennifer Houghton
49:47
I finally found the illumination link ... it needs to have the "cubes" at the end ... mine was only coping "cub"
Madison Dosser
49:50
Are blue and red the exact same size??
Jennifer Houghton
49:56
I love Graham Fletcher
kkilburn1
50:07
From a child point of view....why is one out of the box
Kimberly Smith
50:20
I notice the red cube looks smaller than the blue. hmmmm
Jennifer Houghton
50:27
I wonder if they are the same size linked together as not linked
Kellem Classroom
50:29
do we have enough to fill it? are thwere ibes we cannot see?
Dee Crescitelli
50:47
The perspective of the camera...
TEplion
52:09
These are excellent ways to build intrinsic motivation. They experience curiosity
Jennifer Houghton
52:21
Discovering for yourself is always so much better
Jennifer Houghton
53:00
Learning should be active not passive
Madison Dosser
53:24
I love Sir Cumerfence!!!!!!!1
Dee Crescitelli
53:43
Circle time with 6th-7th graders! :-)
khale
54:13
I used a few of these with my fifth graders in my previous life.
Kellem Classroom
54:53
These books are on EPIC!! :)
Dee Crescitelli
55:28
Sir Cumference and the Knights of the Round Table is So-So good!
Kellem Classroom
56:10
https://www.getepic.com/app/read/10033
TEplion
56:45
pi
Madison Dosser
56:46
diameter divided by circumference = pi???
Juaacklyn Cunningham
56:47
pii
Kim
56:49
pi
Becky Oldham
56:54
Pi
Jennifer Werner
56:57
pi
TEplion
58:59
To make connections
Kimberly Smith
59:02
real world context, visual
Kim
59:03
This reminds me of the three aspect of number in some ways.
Jennifer Werner
59:03
conceptual understanding
kkilburn1
59:08
connections and engaging
Lisa Riggs
59:09
This builds a conceptual understanding not just formulas
Jennifer Houghton
59:15
Math should make sense
Dee Crescitelli
59:31
pi isn't just some random number we made up-- it's a relationship we can see!
Kelly DeLong
59:41
https://www.nctm.org/Classroom-Resources/Illuminations/Interactives/Circle-Tool/
Rachel Wingo
01:01:56
area
Rachel Wingo
01:03:06
Multiple ways to manipulate the numbers and look for patterns
Kellem Classroom
01:03:07
noticing the relationships between the numbers
Kim
01:03:15
There are different variations
Dee Crescitelli
01:03:15
The connections that could be made with the table
Kimberly Smith
01:03:23
pattern in numbers
Lisa Riggs
01:03:25
Relationships and patterns
Linda Begley
01:03:27
patterns
Madison Dosser
01:03:28
they can visualize the relationships
Cindy Aossey
01:03:33
See that the numbers are proportional
Julie Adams
01:03:44
visualizing relationships and patterns
Linda Begley
01:04:01
The technology is engaging
Kellem Classroom
01:07:35
Provide rich experiences outside of pencil/paper and textbook work
kkilburn1
01:07:38
technology is engaging and allows for connections vs. disconnection
Kim
01:07:46
I wish I had learned geometry this way! The more connections you make the deeper their conceptual understanding.
Kimberly Smith
01:08:04
Hands-on connections
Kellem Classroom
01:08:05
Yes Kim!1
TEplion
01:08:15
present in multiple formats
Julie Adams
01:08:25
Don't teach just bits of geometry knowledge without connections...make sure it is presented into a web of knowledge to build schema!
Linda Begley
01:08:41
It's presented in an engaging way that would interest children in learning.
Becky Oldham
01:08:44
Start with the hands on before presenting an abstract formula.
Dee Crescitelli
01:08:53
Building geometric understanding involves actually building figures and objects! It's not just cerebral. :)
lisa.porter
01:09:05
I really like bringing literature into geometry love the Sir Cumference series!!
Lisa Riggs
01:09:12
Building conceptual understanding is the foundation that higher mathematics is built upon
TEplion
01:10:00
Will tomorrow continue to address elementary standards?
lisa.porter
01:10:09
Thanks for the virtual links!!
Jennifer Werner
01:10:33
Bye. I have a student in 5 minutes.
TEplion
01:10:39
Thanks so much
Kimberly Smith
01:10:45
Thank you, Kelly!
kkilburn1
01:10:47
THank YOU
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:10:48
thank you
Rachel Redden
01:10:55
Thanks, Kelly!