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MIT Expert Talk: Instruction Moves with Tonda Thompson - Shared screen with speaker view
Bonny Davenport
29:29
Bonny Davenport, KCM, Henderson KY
Sarah Fryar
29:37
Hey y'all! I had to come back for more! :)
Dee Crescitelli
29:41
Thanks, Soan! I took the picture on my last day at the Center- on my way home from the KCM- after my last grab of books and materials off my shelves
Cindy Gross
29:50
Cindy Gross, Fayette County Schools, KY
Kelly DeLong
30:50
Tonda... so humble... She is a real expert!
Rachel’s iPhone
31:30
Rachel Redden MIT Newport
Lisa
31:51
Lisa Riggs, KCM
sloan young
31:51
I want to be like Tonda when I grow up!
Rachel’s iPhone
31:53
Tonda is the best!! She led our cohort in Boyle County.
Kelly DeLong
32:47
If possible, let's have everyone turn off your video. That will allow Tonda's internet to run at optimum speed. Thanks!
Dee Crescitelli
33:46
Today's slides: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Tonda_Thompson-presentation.pdf
Dee Crescitelli
34:15
Today's handouts: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Tonda_Thompson-handouts.pdf
Kelly DeLong
35:34
Hilarious! Great metaphor!
Dee Crescitelli
37:35
Some of us don't have the same resources available to us as teachers-- like having the wrong kind of sugar... having poorly aligned materials makes a difference.
jackie
39:10
sorry running late today...
Kelly DeLong
39:32
Welcome Jackie! Always great to have you join us!
Dee Crescitelli
39:56
Today's slides: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Tonda_Thompson-presentation.pdfToday's handouts: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Tonda_Thompson-handouts.pdf
Jennifer Werner
40:59
We have the same philosophy.
Felisia I Phone XR
44:16
Learning Targets
Jamie Reagan
44:47
We have them listed as I can statements on the board..
Cindy
45:09
Sometimes, I don't want to tell students what I plan for them to learn. I would rather pose a problem and see how they will solve. Then at the end tell them the big idea. I want them to be discoverers of math.
Kelly DeLong
47:52
She's a cutie! Apple of Grandma's eye. I can tell.
Julie Adams
47:56
Good point, Cindy. I think the main thing is that we have a mathematical goal for the lesson (intentionally crafted) , the teacher should know where she would intend the lesson to go...some of the mathematical goals may vary per student.
Jennifer Werner
48:30
yes
Jamie Reagan
48:32
yes
Robin Madison
48:55
BNWS
Jamie Reagan
49:03
Counting Back
Jamie Reagan
49:06
13, 20
Kimberly Smith
49:18
backwards from teen #s
Kimberly Smith
49:26
20
Cindy
49:39
True, Julie. The teacher definitely needs to have a planned (intentionally crafted) goal. I just don't think it has to be stated. And you are right the goal might vary per student.
Jennifer Werner
49:42
I see that a lot with my students
Amy Duncan
49:49
12 and 20 are typical for students to confuse
Julie Adams
51:25
Cindy, I totally agree! We want them to have the "Aha", rather than give the punch line at the beginning.
Kelly DeLong
52:29
I love the focus for viewing the video.
Amy Duncan
54:14
Are you revealing the number once she says it?
Cindy Aossey
54:38
You prompted her to think about the 20 to realize that she had misnamed 12.
Sarah Fryar
54:43
You took her back to the 20 you started with
Jamie Reagan
55:07
It makes her aware of her numbers and makes her think.
Jamie Reagan
55:29
You let her check it her way
mgreene
55:53
yes let her wonder
mgreene
56:10
then correct it
Bonny Davenport
57:19
Good point! Let me hear you. Let me see your fingers. I want to know how you are thinking!
Amy Duncan
59:30
Allowing only one strategy instead of seeing their thinking
Amy Duncan
01:00:20
Manipulatives are huge! Hands-on learning. Many times, many ways as I learned through KCM!
Jennifer Werner
01:02:30
I like numeral roll idea.
Kelly DeLong
01:02:45
Many times, many ways as I learned through KCM! Our mantra:)
Kelly DeLong
01:02:58
Thanks Amy!
Kelly DeLong
01:04:48
Rachel Redden loves a numeral track. I have seen her use this tool in her math intervention sessions.
MCox
01:05:19
My Kindergarteners love the numeral track!
Kelly DeLong
01:05:22
She is so precious!
Lisa
01:05:55
Good child checking
Jennifer Werner
01:06:03
LOVE TREASURE HUNT GAME!!!
Dee Crescitelli
01:06:34
Today's slides: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Tonda_Thompson-presentation.pdfToday's handouts: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Tonda_Thompson-handouts.pdf
Lisa
01:07:11
You are so lucky to get to play math with your granddaughter! Thanks for sharing it with us!
jackie
01:08:00
Loved how you connected the math practices with what we do as MIT's!!
Kelly DeLong
01:08:44
Great resources from the expert, Tonda:)
mgreene
01:09:08
Thank you so much.
Sarah Fryar
01:09:28
Thank you so much for this session! I loved the video and listening to/reading everyone's thoughts. my MI partner and I will be facilitating the math portion of our virtual PLCs and we'll definitely use these resources!
Kimberly Smith
01:09:34
Thank you!
MCox
01:09:37
Thanks so much! Great review of math teaching practices!
Leah White
01:09:45
Thanks Tonda!
Julie Adams
01:09:54
I am just speculating, but I somehow get the feeling that it's more fun to work with your grandkids (especially when they are as sweet as this cutie) than your own kids! LOL! I will be looking forward to this in the future!
ahundley
01:09:55
Thanks Tonda! Great resources!
sloan young
01:09:59
Thank you Tonda! Always enjoy your sessions
Bonny Davenport
01:10:15
Loved it! Thank you Tonda!
Cindy Aossey
01:10:15
I love watching the teaching sessions!
Amy Duncan
01:10:20
Applying the math practices was awesome! Thanks!
kkilburn1
01:10:25
Always enjoy seeing videos to assist presentation
Jamie Reagan
01:10:29
Great Information! Tonda has had big impact on my math career! I enjoyed seeing all the resources.
kkilburn1
01:10:30
thank you
Cindy Gross
01:10:33
Thank you Tonda! I loved watching you work with your granddaughter! Watching you in action gives me some refreshing ideas!
Christy Zettler
01:10:33
Thank you so much! Great job and useful tools.
Julie Adams
01:10:48
Video teaching is so reflective for both the facilitator and the viewer!
Elizabeth Wright
01:10:49
Thanks Tonda!
khale
01:11:07
Great as always. Thanks Tonda!!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:11:11
Thank you! I enjoyed watching.
Jennifer Werner
01:11:18
Thank you.