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KCM Favorites: Taking Action Implementing Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices Grades 9-12 - Shared screen with speaker view
Kellem Classroom
31:44
yes it just got blue here in Bardstiwn
Dee Crescitelli
31:45
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Favorites-Leah_Dix_White-presentation.pdf
Jennifer Werner
32:29
39 degrees in WI.
Kelly DeLong
32:56
Looking forward to learning from you, Leah!
Kelly DeLong
34:15
The Mathematics Teaching Practices are a north star for a teacher's journey toward excellence.
Cindy Aossey
34:44
All the books in the series are fabulous!
Kimberly Jones
34:52
There is also a K-5 version! I'm excited
Kimberly Smith
37:34
I need the K-5 Version
Dee Crescitelli
37:41
They really mean it when they say "taking action"-- the book gives practical ways to do so!
tondathompson
38:01
I love the K-5 book. So glad to hear about this one!
Kelly DeLong
41:58
So.... I see it as... (n-1)(n+1) + 2... Am I close? number of rows * number in a row plus 2 that are off the ends. Hmmm.... Love this
Lucy Anderson
42:06
disequilibrium is so important, forces them to make connections to prior knowledge.
Kelly DeLong
43:26
I looked at the structure of the growing pattern. Hmmm....
Dee Crescitelli
44:20
I love it! Boom-- and walk away!
Leah White
44:38
right that is so hard to do!
Leah White
44:58
yes that is it! Kelly
Kelly DeLong
45:32
Revising...number of column * number in a column plus 2 that are off the ends. I see it up and down in columns
Cindy Aossey
45:33
"Tell me what he's doing"... Love that question
Jennifer Werner
45:43
Agreed
Kelly DeLong
45:59
That's my girl
Kelly DeLong
46:08
She's thinking like me
Cindy Aossey
48:45
I saw the top row of n, the bottom row of n and a (n-1) x (n-1) square.
Kimberly Jones
48:48
Love that idea to use a different color to reason it out
Kimberly Jones
48:57
would also help to explain
Kelly DeLong
49:16
Me, too. Love the different color to visualize the math.
Kimberly Jones
49:25
I would need that for myself
Cindy Aossey
49:27
I loved the moment where the student said "He's leaving us!"
Kimberly Jones
49:36
Yes!
Dee Crescitelli
49:48
I loved that, too Cindy!
Cindy Aossey
50:13
It communicates a trust in their ability to think without him.
Lucy Anderson
52:20
That classroom could have been kdg to 12th grade. I've seen kdg use unifex cubes to do the same thing. They aren't use algebraic equations, but they are exploring repeated patterns.
Kelly DeLong
52:21
Conceptual understanding... the key to lifelong understanding. preK-Ph.D.
Kelly DeLong
52:42
It's important for ALL.
Kelly DeLong
54:13
Wow! Book plus LOTS of resources.
Kimberly Jones
55:17
Thank you Leah! Just ordered the book! Great information
tondathompson
55:21
Thank you for helping me grow my knowledge outside of elementary!
Kimberly Smith
55:28
Thank you, Leah!
Funda Gonulates
55:35
Thank you Leah!
cindyturner
55:38
Thanks!!
Lucy Anderson
55:41
I need to get the k-5 one. Thank you!
Jennifer Werner
55:47
Thank you.
Lisa Riggs
55:54
Video is great. It is always powerful to see students and teachers in action.
Jackie Damron
56:05
Definitely want the K-5 book😊Great resource
Julie Adams
56:14
Thank you, Leah! I love the K-5 book and it looks like the high school book is just as amazing!
Rachel Redden
57:02
I think I need to get the K-5 book. Thanks, Leah!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
57:03
This like a great book for what I do.
kkilburn1
57:20
I always love seeing real world examples!!
Jennifer Werner
57:21
I would like to look at these books more,
Cindy Aossey
57:33
I loved seeing how the book uses video to give real-world examples
Funda Gonulates
57:35
Everything was great. I liked your favorite quote
Lucy Anderson
57:37
Thank you, Leah! I like how I can see that elementary through high school really look the same in so many ways.
Juaacklyn Cunningham
57:51
I wanted to do the problem but I wanted to listen to the students discussion. Thank you Leah!