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KCM Favorites: Thinking Together - 9 Beliefs for Building a Mathematical Community - Shared screen with speaker view
khale
33:59
Kathy Hale MIT, Newport Primary
Rachel Redden
34:14
Rachel Redden MIT, Newport Intermediate
Amy Williams
34:18
Amy Williams, Campbell County, Grants Lick Elementary
jackie
34:29
Jackie Damron (MIT) Pike County Mullins Elementary
Julie Warner
34:37
Julie Warner, Rockingham NC. East Rockingham Elementary
Dee Crescitelli
35:11
Dee Crescitelli- KCM- Georgetown, KY. I will be monitoring the chat today!
Dee Crescitelli
35:17
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Favorites-Kelly_DeLong-presentation.pdfToday’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Favorites-Kelly_DeLong-handouts.pdf
lgolden
36:46
Lori Golden Grant Elementary Grant, Michigan
sloan young
38:54
Number 4- its ok to make mistakes!
Cindy Aossey
38:55
3
Tonda Thompson
39:00
Respecting the rights of others
Jennifer Werner
39:02
7
Marta Garcia
39:04
8. Good learners ask questions!
Mary Kate Duncan
39:04
#4
Laurel Kinsey
39:04
4 learning from mistakes!
Funda Gonulates
39:05
Going back and forth between 3 and 5
lgolden
39:05
3
Laura Frye
39:07
3
kkilburn1
39:08
being allowed to make mistakes
christyzettler
39:09
5.
jackie
39:11
7
Alison Bostick
39:11
4
Rachel Redden
39:13
7 - It's not about the answer
Keith Foote
39:13
4
Lucy Anderson
39:14
3
Kimberly Smith
39:17
I love #4
ahundley
39:17
7
Amy Williams
39:17
6
Jackie McMahon
39:18
So Hard! I’ll go with 7.
Bonny Davenport
39:19
I agree 4
Julie Warner
39:20
2
Julie Adams
39:21
5
Felisia
39:21
6
Dee Crescitelli
39:22
4
Lisa Riggs
39:24
8
Taylor Phillips
39:26
5 - a willingness to try!
Kim Booker
39:29
5
juaacklyncunningham
39:30
2
Heather
39:31
4
Cindy Aossey
39:34
Love them all!
Jennifer Werner
39:35
7
Marian
39:36
Hard to pick one. Today, I pick #4.
Tammy McDonald
39:51
4 mistakes are great that's how we learn and grow
Amy Williams
40:11
Hey, that's our students!!!!
Rachel Redden
40:31
I knew it!!
Rachel Redden
40:43
I just sent a message to Amy lol
Jennifer Werner
45:27
Don't steal my thinking
Kimberly Jones
45:40
Turn and Talks
Lisa Riggs
45:40
Don’t steal my thinking and try and talks
jackie
45:46
Private Think Time and Turn and Talk
Marta Garcia
45:46
Revising Thinking!!
Kimberly Smith
45:47
Turns and Talks
Mary Kate Duncan
45:49
Turn and talk - they can learn from each other as well as me
Funda Gonulates
45:50
honoring all students’ thinking, revoicing
Laura Frye
45:50
Don't steal my thinking!
sloan young
45:54
How to help a partner- I have small groups so sometimes I am working with one student while partners work together
lgolden
45:55
Don’t steal my thinking (I call it don’t eat my cookie)
Julie Warner
45:58
How to help a partner- sometimes kids learn better from their classmates vs the teacher
Taylor Phillips
46:00
Turn and Talks - some students don't always feel comfortable sharing whole group
Cindy Aossey
46:06
Think time, Turn and talk
kkilburn1
46:12
turn and talk
Lucy Anderson
46:13
private think time- time to processturn and talk- builds confidence
christyzettler
46:14
Turn and talks. Students may be reluctant to share with the whole group, but will share with one or two other students.
Tammy McDonald
46:20
Private time, turn and talk
Felisia
46:26
Turn and Talk- Being respectful and listening to others ways of thinking.
Amy Williams
46:34
Private think time
Jennifer Lee
46:46
Don't steal my thinking
Kim Booker
47:02
Don't steal my thinking, turn and talks have helped my students to put their thoughts together before sharing aloud with a group
Mandy Ingram
47:18
Visualize Our Ideas
Funda Gonulates
49:37
It starts from teacher respecting and valuing student ideas
Lucy Anderson
49:39
restating what someone else said
jackie
49:48
We have Math Response Stems that we practice daily.
Leah White
49:50
Listen first for clarification before responding.
christyzettler
49:53
By modeling listening to them
Taylor Phillips
49:55
Lots of Math Talks!
Heather
50:00
I use Kagan structures, praising each other. Also math talks.
Funda Gonulates
50:00
modeling and having students practice respectable ways of agreeing and disagreeing
kkilburn1
50:00
Honoring Mistakes. and lots of praise
Lucy Anderson
50:02
number talks
Jackie McMahon
50:05
Modeling, lots of modeling
khale
50:08
Number Talks
Kim Booker
50:10
Number talks have been great for teaching how to respectfully disagree with classmates answers.
nicoleweyman
50:16
I believe you have to set that up at the beginning of the year and teach students a growth mindset.
Julie Warner
50:20
From the beginning of the year. You respect and value student opinions. You create that environment as a whole class and it can then leak over into all subjects that you teach
Lisa Riggs
50:22
setting the culture so that students know the routines for numbertalks
Laurel Kinsey
50:23
I have prompts displayed such as "I agree with.." or "I disagree with.."
Tonda Thompson
50:24
The classroom atmosphere has to be positive and open from the beginning. The teacher has to be a learner as well
lgolden
50:24
we have icons to follow (look each other in the eye, 1 person talk, 1 listen, paraphrase what you heard then switch who is talking and is listening)
Dee Crescitelli
50:28
Respectful disagreements-- really listening to each other
Bonny Davenport
50:29
Routines for responding during number talks
Mandy Ingram
50:32
Thank the student for their thoughts when students are open to sharing. LOVE Number Talks!
Mary Kate Duncan
50:34
Modeling
Lucy Anderson
50:35
students model another student thinking
Amy Williams
50:36
We always say mistakes are proof you are trying. This encourages students to learn from one another. Number talks do this wonderfully!
Felisia
50:36
Placing a student's work under the document camera and letting the student explain their thinking and reasoning to their classmates.
Laura Frye
50:44
Modeling and reminding them that their peers listened to them so now they must listen.
Tammy McDonald
50:48
lots of modeling how to be a good listener, what does it look like and sound like
Cindy Aossey
51:03
In one classroom I observed, the teacher invited students to give a "math complement" to the student that just shared their work or thinking.
Mary Kate Duncan
51:03
I love displaying student work under the avervision for others to see
Keith Foote
51:04
Modeling those conversations is crucial to show respectful listening and respectfully disagreeing
Kimberly Smith
51:08
number talks and modeling
Alison Bostick
51:21
encouraging students to ask each other questions
Kimberly Jones
51:54
teaching students how to be good listeners and practicing those behaviors as well as how we can respectfully disagree with someone's answer or approach to a problem
Kimberly Jones
52:16
Hi Kelly!
Mandy Ingram
52:31
Modeling is a continual ongoing process.
Mary Kate Duncan
52:42
I love that!
Amy Williams
53:30
I love Koala Lou and Leo the Late Bloomer!
Kimberly Jones
53:30
I LOVE the Most Magnificent Thing!
Marta Garcia
53:48
I love Snowflake Bentley!!! My fourth graders loved that one.
Funda Gonulates
53:59
Great book suggestions!
Mandy Ingram
54:08
Shelia Rae the Brave
Keith Foote
54:19
I like the addition of not just making mistakes, but using mistakes as a platform for learning
Tonda Thompson
54:36
I love how you are integrating math and literature
Amy Williams
55:37
This is great for our little perfectionist who don't like to make mistakes and everything has to be perfect!
Bonny Davenport
55:39
Ordering right now! Asher has to have that book!
Kimberly Jones
55:43
What a great book to show our students that it's okay to make an "oops!"
Cindy Aossey
55:44
Wow - Love that!
Lucy Anderson
55:45
love it
Mary Kate Duncan
55:55
Love that!!!
Laura Frye
55:57
Cute, cute book!
Keith Foote
55:57
cute book!
Lisa Riggs
56:00
Love it
Kimberly Smith
56:03
so cute
Jennifer Lee
56:15
Very cute!
Dee Crescitelli
56:22
I own an 18-year old who needs it, Bonny!
Lucy Anderson
56:31
kids that think they have to be 'right' have to be a little uncomfortable to accept mistakes.
Julie Adams
56:58
I am dealing with this myself! A 40 something-year old!
Lisa Riggs
58:04
Students are engaged and tackling the problems
Marta Garcia
58:14
Am working to really understand and help teachers understand that perseverance doesn’t just happen in one day
Tonda Thompson
58:21
Students will be working through problems without giving up
jackie
58:22
I don't allow the words " I can't" but instead focus on "Not Yet"
Taylor Phillips
58:29
Valuing Mistakes - doing error analysis with students and thinking though problems together.
Lucy Anderson
58:36
To continue to work through the problem and search for solutions through collaboration with others and use of tools.
Keith Foote
58:42
it takes trust and self esteem
Heather
58:46
Interacting with each other. Willing to take the risk to try.
kkilburn1
58:53
Allow children to make mistakes and feel comfortable enough to try again. Safe space
Marta Garcia
58:58
The value of the words “Not Yet” instead of can’t
Kim Booker
59:15
I have a student who when I started working with 2 years ago say, "Oh, I don't know,", but in this past year, I've heard him say at the start of a problem say, "I've got this. I agree. It takes a lot of time.
Jennifer Werner
59:17
I believe it was Tonda said last week is to let the student discovery their own mistake.
Felisia
59:24
Mistakes are proof that you are trying and if everything is easy all of the time, then you are not allowing your brain to grow!
Bonny Davenport
59:27
Reminds me of what Jenny Bay Williams said during our book talk. Competent and confident
Dee Crescitelli
59:34
Math needs a "rough draft" setting-we allow that for ourselves in writing... so why not in evolving mathematical thinking
lgolden
59:38
Perseverance ~ keep trying, pick the right tools more than one way to do a problem
Laura Frye
59:52
Mistakes come often for our struggling students so we must teach them that mistakes are okay but giving up or quitting is not.
Mary Kate Duncan
59:54
Mistakes mean you're trying. It's ok to make mistakes as long as you learn from them
Lucy Anderson
59:55
my students that things are usually easier for struggling with making mistakes more than my struggle students.
christyzettler
59:57
I’ve had to learn to be quiet because I noticed that my students were relying on me to ask the same questions (strategy). I just reminded her that she’s heard the strategies and to try it on her own first.
Mandy Ingram
59:57
I like to tell the children we can "Think Together"
Marta Garcia
59:59
Mathematical confidence can happen when the mathematical authority doesn’t lie with the teacher
nicoleweyman
01:00:08
I think it begins with the teacher and believing all students can learn math and then taking those beliefs and instilling them into students.
Jackie McMahon
01:00:18
Well said Marta!
Cindy Aossey
01:00:29
Love the comparison to writing a rough draft... it's OK to try something without knowing if it will work.
Mandy Ingram
01:00:33
How we can learn to solve in multiple ways and learn from one another.
Funda Gonulates
01:00:57
i liked those I can statements
Felisia
01:01:10
I love the checklist!
Tonda Thompson
01:01:11
I like those statements
Dee Crescitelli
01:01:30
Yes-- mathematicians "rough draft" all the time- it's just getting that in math ed and in our classrooms!
Dee Crescitelli
01:02:30
That's our window into the srudent's thinking!
Marta Garcia
01:02:31
Yes, Dee! So glad we are able to now think about drafting ideas in math… it isn’t just for writing!
Mandy Ingram
01:02:33
We need to get a visual perspective of their mathematical thinking.
khale
01:02:34
To understand their thinking.
Lucy Anderson
01:03:56
If I can draw/explain it then I understand it. Yes, it develops and can be built upon.
Mandy Ingram
01:04:15
When the teacher can see their work we can identify misconceptions. Students learn from one another to see otherw ways to understand/visualize math.
Lucy Anderson
01:05:50
Specific praise develops self reliance on your own thinking.
Mandy Ingram
01:06:20
These think cards allow us to improve students' verbal and presentation skills which are critical across contents and real world life skills.
Dee Crescitelli
01:08:06
What Do You Do With an Idea? is one of my favorites!
Kimberly Jones
01:08:27
Everyone has the right to learn
Jennifer Werner
01:08:35
7
Tonda Thompson
01:08:36
I still like Respect the ideas of others
Dee Crescitelli
01:08:42
5
juaacklyncunningham
01:08:47
2
Kim Booker
01:08:47
5
ahundley
01:09:01
7
khale
01:09:02
7
Laurel Kinsey
01:09:06
6
Kimberly Smith
01:09:06
7
Felisia
01:09:08
Agree
Rachel Redden
01:09:09
7
Taylor Phillips
01:09:14
5
Lucy Anderson
01:09:21
2
Julie Adams
01:09:23
5, I still need students to feel confindent and be brave, persevere, and challenge their ideas and others' ideas.
Mandy Ingram
01:09:27
4, Mistakes are great...because we learn from our mistakes.
Keith Foote
01:09:28
Still like 4, but I have a new appreciation for the ideas behind of 1 and 2
Marian
01:09:30
#2 respect for ideas of others builds trust. Trust is essential!
Bonny Davenport
01:09:33
I'm still with number 4. My mind is blown by the thought of the rough draft in math. It is part of the writing progress why is it not a set idea in the math process!!?
kkilburn1
01:09:49
I still say #4....making mistakes is a big fear in my classes. Learning that mistakes are ok is important.
Kimberly Smith
01:09:49
True, Bonny
Amy Williams
01:09:54
I like 7, it's not about the answer. I think so many times our students are so worried about getting the correct answer. It is more about how we get there and learning from that.
Cindy Aossey
01:09:54
6
christyzettler
01:09:56
5 - kids are so afraid to to try sometimes.
Jennifer Lee
01:10:02
4 and 5
Dee Crescitelli
01:10:06
:-) Rough draft is both a 4 and a 5 idea!
Marta Garcia
01:10:08
Still with 8 but would like to pair it with 3 ! Being able to know that asking questions means we are doing math!
Heather
01:10:10
Still believe 4
Mandy Ingram
01:10:15
From mistakes we can also model respecting others ideas and that everyone has the right to learn.
lgolden
01:10:26
3 & 4
Lisa Riggs
01:10:32
I still like #8. If students are asking questions they are engaged.
Laura Frye
01:10:41
I still like 3 but 2 is one that we must teach at an early age.
Kimberly Smith
01:10:51
Still love 4 too!
Tammy McDonald
01:11:12
I am still with number 4 but I'm a work in progress as well and I'm working on my praise. To praise for sticking with a problem when I want to give up instead of praise for getting it right
Cindy Aossey
01:11:17
Love the posters!
Jennifer Werner
01:11:30
Love the posters,too.
Marta Garcia
01:12:07
Thank you, Kelly ! You are AMAZING and I miss you in NC.
jackie
01:12:26
Loved the book and posters! Makes for a great book study and goes along with the presentation I did on school math culture.
lgolden
01:12:40
Thanks!
Kimberly Smith
01:12:42
Thank you, Kelly!
Tammy McDonald
01:12:42
Thanks Kelly we miss you bunches!
Funda Gonulates
01:12:51
Thank you Kelly!
Amy Williams
01:12:51
Thanks Kelly!
kkilburn1
01:12:51
Thank you so much!!! I love all the resources!!
ahundley
01:12:54
Thanks!
Keith Foote
01:12:56
Thanks Kelly!
Mary Kate Duncan
01:13:01
Thank you Kelly! Miss you!
Kim Booker
01:13:02
This sounds like a great book! Thanks for the resources!
Tonda Thompson
01:13:02
Love all the books and connections to a strong community of mathematics. Thank you for Kelly!
Mandy Ingram
01:13:02
Thank you for the resources!!! :)
Bonny Davenport
01:13:22
Thank you Kelly!!
Lucy Anderson
01:13:24
Thank you, Kelly! I needed this refresher of a new perspective of the integration of MTPs. Hugs💕
Taylor Phillips
01:13:28
Looking forward to the Math Fluency one on Thursday! Thank you so much Kelly!
Kimberly Jones
01:13:33
Thank you Kelly! Amazing resources and great learning for me.
Julie Warner
01:13:40
Thank you so much! Will see you later in the week!
Marta Garcia
01:13:48
Loved the connection of the book to the Effective Teaching Practices!
Jackie McMahon
01:13:50
Thank you! Great information!
Lucy Anderson
01:13:53
I'm on my phone
Lisa Riggs
01:13:56
I need this book!
Jennifer Reynolds-Stroll
01:14:01
Hey Kelly! So glad I found you!! Hope you're well!!
Julie Adams
01:14:05
Thanks, Kelly! I love making literature connections with mathematics!
Cindy Aossey
01:14:05
Love the literature connections! A great resource for building classroom culture.
khale
01:14:10
Thank you Kelly!!
Felisia
01:14:13
Thank you for sharing!
Laura Frye
01:14:14
Thank you Kelly! You did an amazing job but I expected nothing less!
juaacklyncunningham
01:14:14
I love thinking about these 9 beliefs. Something for me to share with teachers
christyzettler
01:14:16
Thank you! I love the building of community.