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MIT Expert Talk: Meet Kristie Manley - Shared screen with speaker view
Dee Crescitelli
57:35
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Kristie_Manley-presentation.pdf
Dee Crescitelli
58:22
Today’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Kristie_Manley-handouts.pdf
ROBIN MADISON
01:00:09
I love the green book!
Kelly DeLong
01:02:29
I love this information from Dr. Thomas. Adore this article. Jonathan is a KCM critical friend.
Funda Gonulates
01:04:41
Great questioning
Kelly DeLong
01:05:02
Great questioning. Probing was making her thinking visible.
Dee Crescitelli
01:06:35
Today’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Kristie_Manley-handouts.pdf
Christy Zettler
01:11:01
Ugh - rounding!
Dee Crescitelli
01:13:35
EVERY version of this activity is GREAT!
Lisa Riggs
01:14:51
Love that!
Kelly DeLong
01:15:07
Kristie's handout is FULL of these great games and the variations! Thanks Kristie!
Funda Gonulates
01:15:32
Great resources! Thank you for putting these together
sloan young
01:15:53
Love the variety of games
Jennifer Werner
01:16:00
crossing the decade is a challenge
Jennifer Werner
01:16:05
with my students
Christy Zettler
01:16:13
That’s nice because you can use multiple dice for different place values. You could even make Bump It for hundred place value - more challenging!
tondathompson
01:16:37
I love how easy to differentiate!
Bonny Davenport
01:16:45
I love how they can focus on the math because they already know the game and it can be easily modified with dice and spinners!
Carrie Riggs
01:16:51
Awesome resources! Thank you!
Dee Crescitelli
01:16:56
Today’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Kristie_Manley-handouts.pdf
Tiffany McGuire
01:17:10
So many ideas, thank you!
Cara Caudill
01:17:45
This is wonderful! Thank you so much!
Dee Crescitelli
01:18:18
Tiffany, feel free to modify for middle grades. So many of them can still use multiplicative reasoning practice!
Tiffany McGuire
01:18:37
That's what I was thinking, Dee! :)
Kimberly Smith
01:19:48
Thank you, Kristie!
Bonny Davenport
01:19:51
Awesome job!!!
ROBIN MADISON
01:20:03
Thank you.
Brandy
01:20:10
Thank you! Great resources!!!
MCox
01:20:12
Thanks so much! Very informative!
jackie
01:20:14
Great Job! Loved all the games!!
Jennifer Werner
01:20:14
Thank you.
Julie Adams
01:20:15
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us!!
kkilburn1
01:20:20
Thank you so much!! Love your demonstrations to support PPT
Kelly DeLong
01:20:29
Fantastic!
ROBIN MADISON
01:20:36
You can adjust all of these games to differentiate within one classroom. Extend the range of numbers
tondathompson
01:20:41
Great Job, Kristy! I loved all the ideas and resources. Thank you
Melanie Fields
01:20:59
Great games and ideas, thank you!
Bobbie Fryman
01:21:01
Thank you, Kristie, for the connect to rounding! My middle schoolers struggle with rounding and it gives me an entry point to help them.
Tiffany McGuire
01:21:02
Those gameboards are great structures to use across all grade levels! Thank you!
Christy Zettler
01:21:36
Thank you - the games and resources are wonderful! Beginning school next year these will come in so handy!
sloan young
01:21:54
Thank you! Great job!