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Foundations of Multiplicative Thinking with Jule Adams - Shared screen with speaker view
Abby White
31:02
Hello everyone! Abby White, 3rd grade teacher, Red Oak Elementary, Jessamine County, KY :-)
khale
31:24
Kathy Hale MIT Newport Primary Newport, KY
Dee Crescitelli
31:37
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Multiplicative_Thinking-Julie_Adams-presentation.pdfToday’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Multiplicative_Thinking-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Kelly DeLong
32:00
Welcome everyone! I am so glad you are joining us!
tondathompson
32:29
Hello, Tonda Thompson Albany
Amanda Brame
32:48
Amanda Brame, Madisonville ky
linda.blackburn
33:03
Hello
Stacy Jones
33:09
Stacy Jones, MIT at North Calloway
MaryDuncan
33:26
Mary Kate Duncan, Hamlet, NC
linda.blackburn
35:29
Is anyone else getting an echo? I can’t understand due to the echo.
Kelly DeLong
35:52
KCM welcomes all our new participants! Welcome to our daily afternoon math session. You will love the information.
Kelly DeLong
36:01
Linda I am not getting an echo.
Cindy Aossey
36:03
I notice that each level contains the previous level
Jennifer Werner
36:15
Agree with Cindy
linda.blackburn
37:40
I’m going to leave then join again.
Linda
38:27
I figured it out.
Funda Gonulates
38:58
great point about developing thinking to help them move along the progression
Kelly DeLong
39:04
Hooray! Welcome back!
Kelly DeLong
39:39
Multiplcative thinking versus answer-getting.
Kelly DeLong
39:58
Multiplicative thinking... no type
Funda Gonulates
39:59
counter productive answers
Cindy Aossey
40:01
I love Pam Harris!!!
Dee Crescitelli
40:02
Reasoning is the point!
Kelly DeLong
42:46
Great video.
Cindy
45:36
I so agree with you, Julie. Tracey Zager says if you want to know what a kid is thinking, you have to ask them.
Cindy Aossey
46:28
I love the visuals to show the progression!
Tonda Thompson
48:18
I love this visual
Cindy
48:43
Me too, Tonda. It helps me see the difference in the levels of thinking.
Stacy Shaener
48:44
when teaching multiplication, do you start with the counting and build on?
Angie Herndon
48:52
Great visual!!! Makes it much easier to understand.
Cindy
49:54
Is it still a counting strategy if students count by 10's and then shifts to ones?
Jennifer Werner
50:06
Can you make the screen clearer??
Jennifer Werner
50:15
Thanks
Cindy
51:09
In between two stages, maybe?
Cindy
51:36
That helps!
nicoleweyman
52:01
Just to make sense with additive thinking, students are decomposing a number (chunking) it to make “nice” numbers.
Linda
52:42
Great example of counting on.
Dee Crescitelli
53:23
This is in the handouts for the session!
Dee Crescitelli
53:29
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Multiplicative_Thinking-Julie_Adams-presentation.pdfToday’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_Multiplicative_Thinking-Julie_Adams-handouts.pdf
Linda
53:33
Can we get the handouts emailed to us or put on the website please?
BHALTON
53:51
It's sad how many upper grade kids are stuck in counting
Cindy Aossey
54:11
Handouts are available on the website :)
Jennifer Werner
54:20
I have several older kids stuck in counting
Linda
54:28
Thanks
Linda
55:24
Great Resource. Thanks
Dee Crescitelli
58:09
All links from the presentation are live in the presentation slides-- you will be able to click through any links Julie referenced.
Jackie McMahon
58:39
What was the password?
Jennifer Werner
58:49
math
Jackie McMahon
59:01
Thanks
Cindy
59:13
That is awesome! Thanks for sharing the username and password!
Kimberly Jones
01:00:15
My students LOVE The Composite Cookie Company
nicoleweyman
01:01:19
So, 2.OA.4 is a precursor to the beginning of multiplicative thinking?
Funda Gonulates
01:01:44
I love our KNPI resources
Amy Kellem
01:01:50
not enough bead racks in third grade classrooms
Cindy
01:02:15
I love bead racks for multiplication!
Jackie McMahon
01:02:19
Love 3 Act Tasks and GF!
Funda Gonulates
01:03:44
great to have some student work beforehand
Kelly DeLong
01:03:47
Love seeing student work
Kelly DeLong
01:04:47
There is such power in brining work to PLCs to thinking about their level.
Cindy
01:05:07
Yes to PLC discussions!!
Kelly DeLong
01:05:16
Bringing... ah... these bifocals are not working for me:) Ha! Ha!
Dee Crescitelli
01:05:52
Bifocals take a little getting used to!
Kelly DeLong
01:06:07
Julie always shares such great resources.
Jennifer Werner
01:06:27
It took me awhile to accept the fact that I need reading glasses.
Kelly DeLong
01:07:26
One Hundred Hungry Ants is a great book for multiplicative thinking too. That was a favorite of mine.
Kelly DeLong
01:08:04
Bead rack for multiplicative thinking! Oh... Wow!
Angie Herndon
01:08:16
Yes we used that book in third grade. Great resource Kelly!!
Linda
01:08:38
I love the books we got at your math trainings.
Janna Archer
01:08:55
I like those cards!
Angie Herndon
01:08:56
Love the flip cards!!!
Marti Partin
01:09:43
LOVE THESE CARDS!!!
Kimberly Smith
01:09:54
Love these cards!
Kelly DeLong
01:10:08
That student discourse is music to my ears. Listen to her great thinking!
Kimberly Jones
01:10:17
Agreed!
Kelly DeLong
01:13:05
Nicole Weyman, Ninth District Elementary, asked that very question today. What is zero? Great conversation.
Jackie McMahon
01:13:47
Love the non-example. Great idea!
Amy Kellem
01:14:31
bc it is the way we have always done it and the only way many teachers know :(
Tonda Thompson
01:14:44
I agree with Amy
kkilburn1
01:14:48
I always love seeing the videos of the children
kkilburn1
01:14:55
doing the activities
Bonny Davenport
01:15:27
I love how you always incorporate a child's real life!
Kimberly Smith
01:15:36
Thank you much, Julie.
kkilburn1
01:15:37
I can relate them to my students
Tonda Thompson
01:15:50
Lots of great resources and things to think about
Kimberly Jones
01:15:56
Thank you Julie! Great information for my growth!
Kelly Dawn Reasner
01:16:01
Loved this
Funda Gonulates
01:16:05
it was a great session as always!! thank you Julie!
Amy Kellem
01:16:05
amazing resources
Rachel Wingo
01:16:07
Thanks so much!
Cindy
01:16:09
Thanks, this was great!
Bonny Davenport
01:16:10
So many great resources!
Renee' Yates
01:16:10
Thanks Julie, Great information!
Dee Crescitelli
01:16:13
LOTS of great stuff, Julie!
Stacy Jones
01:16:14
Thank you!
Angie Herndon
01:16:14
Thanks Julie!!! Wonderful presentations!!! Very valuable information!!!!
Stacy Shaener
01:16:15
This was great. Thank you!
Jackie McMahon
01:16:17
This was great! Thank you!
christyzettler
01:16:22
Thanks so much
Lisa Riggs
01:16:22
Lots of resources and information.
Amy Kellem
01:16:22
never feel like you all have to rush away..... just saying
Marti Partin
01:16:24
These sessions are awesome. Thanks Julie. I'm learning so much!
Belle Rush
01:16:28
thanks,Julie
sloan young
01:16:29
Great session!
KWood
01:16:29
Great job! Thank you!
Linda
01:16:31
Great info
sloan young
01:16:34
Thank you Julie!
Portia Norris
01:16:39
Thank you!
Kim
01:16:48
The progression visual is a great way for our teachers to evaluate their kid
kkilburn1
01:16:54
Kids
Cindy Aossey
01:16:58
I love the Pam Harris progression!
Kim
01:17:01
to evaluate their kid's reasoning.
Lisa Riggs
01:17:14
I love seeing student work
Brian
01:17:34
3 act task are great.
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:19:04
Thank you! I think it was helpful to think about how do you know how students are solving the problem. I love student interviews and discussions.