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Extending Multiplication and Division Beyond 100 with Leah Dix White - Shared screen with speaker view
Dee Crescitelli
30:55
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_More_Multiplicative_Thinking-LDixWhite-presentation.pdf
Belle Rush
31:08
Belle Rush, KCM, Bowling Green, KY
Amy Williams
31:39
Amy Williams, Campbell County, KY, Grants Lick Elem
Kelly DeLong
31:42
Excited to learn from Leah!
Rachel Redden
32:00
Rachel Redden, Newport Intermediate MIT
Kimberly Smith
32:07
Kimberly Smith, MIT, Inez Elem. Martin Co. Ky
khale
32:17
Kathy Hale MIT Newport Primary
Kelly DeLong
34:42
One of our favorite books... Developing Number Knowledge
Kelly DeLong
36:13
I love the QR code!
Kelly DeLong
37:03
Oh.... hop in the number line!
Kelly DeLong
37:13
Super cool!
Amy Williams
38:35
I love using the number line to record multiplication!
Cindy Aossey
39:32
I love the over-jump strategy!
Dee Crescitelli
39:49
Me too! :-)
Kellem Classroom
41:11
I wish I would have had that as a student
Juaacklyn Cunningham
43:04
The Math Learning Center has a new share feature for some of the manipulatives where you can create and share activities.
Cindy Aossey
44:13
Love the visual. We can see the 11 rows of 23 or 23 columns of 11.
Amy Williams
45:47
I think our intermediate students need to use manipulatives more so they can see the numbers. The visuals are great!
Cindy Aossey
46:02
Amy - I agree!!!
Kellem Classroom
46:12
The visual area model is a great bridge to the numeric one
Kelly DeLong
47:17
Love the slider to think about "What if..." My favorite question for students.
Cindy Aossey
47:30
Screening! So cool!
Kellem Classroom
47:42
It shows how necessary it is for students to have experiences breaking numbers into tens and ones and more prior to being able to use these strategies
Kelly DeLong
47:44
Ohh…. I love this! Indeed... screening.
kkilburn1
48:01
These are awesome!! we forget that older kids need models etc too!!! Thank you
Jennifer Werner
48:54
LOVE The PHET area model
Dee Crescitelli
49:12
Any time we are expanding our range of numbers or what we expect kids to do with numbers, we should give them opportunities to use manipulatives!
Rachel Redden
49:50
I was talking to our math team today about this. Manipulatives aren't just for littles... they're for the big kids, too.
Cindy Aossey
50:41
I might start by realizing that I 100 m length would use 500 m2
Kellem Classroom
52:22
I did a different method and I doubted mysekf but I got the 172. I just didnt realize it was the answer :)
Jennifer Werner
52:48
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Cindy Aossey
52:53
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Juaacklyn Cunningham
52:53
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Kellem Classroom
52:59
Like this example! D
Kellem Classroom
53:19
tripling 132
Rachel Redden
54:01
I looked at the base ten blocks and just added them back together - the three hundreds, the 9 tens, and the 6 ones.
Kellem Classroom
54:09
yes rachel!
Dee Crescitelli
54:13
We are connecting parts of the representations! :-)
Jennifer Werner
54:15
Me too Rachel
Amy Williams
55:42
I think the kids would love being able to move around the manipulatives on the computer!
Kellem Classroom
57:10
Great resources Leah!
Kimberly Jones
57:21
Thank you, Leah!
jackie
57:53
Loved showing the manipulatives with the number with the area model!
Rachel Redden
57:55
I'm excited to share these resources with our math team. Especially all of the tech links. Our fifth and sixth grade kids will love this.
Bonny Davenport
57:56
So many great resources! And QR codes are awesome! Thank you Leah!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
58:32
We use our webcams
Kimberly Smith
59:01
Thank you, Leah! ( I apologize for multiple re-entry. My internet connection is not the greatest.)
MaryDuncan
59:07
I love all the technology activities! Thank you so much!
Amy Williams
59:47
Thanks so much Leah! I learned so much today! Working with the older students is a little out of my comfort zone and this helps!
Leah White
59:57
thank guys!