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KCM Favorites: Math Fact Fluency - Shared screen with speaker view
Taylor Phillips
29:42
Taylor Phillips Richmond County, NC 1st grade
Lisa Riggs
30:04
Lisa Riggs, KCM, Campbellsville, KY
Dee Crescitelli
30:43
Dee Crescitelli- KCM. In Georgetown, KY ALL the time now!
Janna Archer
30:56
Janna Archer, MIT, South Marshall Elementary, Benton, KY
Julie Adams
30:59
Julie Adams, KCM, Flemingsburg, kY
Dee Crescitelli
31:30
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Favorites-Bonny_Davenport-presentation.pdfToday’s handouts:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Favorites-Bonny_Davenport-handouts.pdf
Kellem Classroom
32:46
Amy Kellem Bardstown KY Math Intervention Matters on FB K-2 Math Intervention
Kelly DeLong
37:53
That graphic must drive our instruction daily. Power visual for us to live by.
Dee Crescitelli
37:57
Kentucky folks-- this is embedded right in our standards!
Kellem Classroom
39:31
Yes maam
Kellem Classroom
39:56
counting all
Shelly Spayd
40:08
counting on
Rochelle
40:19
doubling 6 and adding 1 more
Kimberly Jones
40:22
They may use doubles plus 1
Jennifer Werner
40:25
Counting to make 10
Taylor Phillips
40:51
knowing 3 + 3 and 7, making 10
Janna Archer
40:56
Phase 2: Double 7 and subtract 1
Kellem Classroom
41:50
Pretend a ten is my new favorite phrase since the conference
Kellem Classroom
43:08
doubling is something that was never suggested when I was a kid
Kelly DeLong
43:09
I love that they are called... Flexible Learning Progressions. Adding the word flexible makes all the difference.
Kellem Classroom
43:17
yes!
Janna Archer
43:29
I learned some of this from last year's plus 2 teacher.
Amy Duncan
44:29
We use this order 0, 1, 2, 5, 10, 11, 3, 6, 9, 4, 8, 7, 12
Amy Duncan
44:58
Start with zero and identify properties and then skip counting facts into doubles
Kellem Classroom
45:27
because that is the way we have ALWAYS done it.............
Kellem Classroom
45:41
Sprints in Engage
Amy Duncan
45:45
District requirement used as benchmark data
Kim Booker
45:46
Some use them to identify kids for RTI.
Kellem Classroom
45:49
"Easy" to monitor......
Rochelle
45:58
It's what some teacher's have always done and are comfortable with.
Shelly Spayd
45:58
I think most who use them do so because they aren't sure of another efficient manner to get information
Janna Archer
46:01
I used to be the timed multiplication teacher until I was plus 2 trained a few years ago. It never worked because they never really internalized the facts.
Dee Crescitelli
46:12
OOh-- this is the WORST to use for RTI...
Amy Williams
46:58
Timed tests are not an accurate picture of what our students know and what strategies they are using to understand thier thinking.
Kimberly Smith
47:00
Thats the way we were exposed to multiplication in school.
Dee Crescitelli
47:03
Because timed tests don't assess understanding!
Kellem Classroom
47:24
Yes! love the journal writing piece
Cindy Aossey
47:44
The suggestions for Journal writing in this book are wonderful!
Dee Crescitelli
48:09
Connecting language to mathematical understanding is SO important!
Taylor Phillips
48:16
Yes, journal writing is something we use often
Kellem Classroom
48:25
interviews is foreign to some reg ed teachers but they do it constantly in reading. Once they try it in math it is a game changer
Kelly DeLong
48:36
The book has great formative assessments for classroom teachers to use. Ready-to-use. Love them!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
48:36
I like the journal and can even see students making a Flipgrid video about their thinking.
Dee Crescitelli
49:00
Flip grid videos are a great tool for this!
Amy Duncan
50:11
Is there still a time limit for these other ways?
Janna Archer
50:33
I like beginning with the story problems first!
Cindy Aossey
51:42
When watching students play games, you can observe if they are answering quickly (e.g. within 3 seconds) or not. So the time is noted but students can have as much time as they need to answer.
Dee Crescitelli
51:47
Amy- we give more time while students are developing multiplicative understanding-- so strategies take a bit longer at first. But with some time-- it gets internalized and students are fluent.
Amy Williams
52:31
The KCM website is amazing!! It's a great resource to teachers and parents I love the KNP activities by standards!
Kellem Classroom
52:44
the importance of games
Amy Duncan
53:14
So I should only set a timer when I need to give a time test from the district?
Kellem Classroom
54:55
We do a Parent University at our school in the fall and this is a GREAT topic to present
Juaacklyn Cunningham
55:29
Love the idea of Parent University.
Cindy Aossey
55:38
Amy - yes... although I'd try to push back on the requirement on a group timed test. The interview format allows for monitoring time without the same stress for the student.
Stacy Shaener
55:59
Thank you!
Jackie Damron
56:22
planning on doing a book study focusing on this book this fall with my teachers 😊
Sherry
56:28
Great ideas! Nice job Bonny!!!!
Kimberly Smith
56:32
Thank you, Bonny!
Janna Archer
56:48
I have it. I am half way through the book. I love it! I have learned some new ideas to use with my students. Thank you Bonny!!! Great presentation!!!
Jackie Damron
56:57
Thank you so much!!
jmcmahon
56:58
I am off to another webinar. Thank you!
Kimberly Jones
56:59
Thank you Bonny!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
57:00
What is planned for next week?
Heather
57:04
Thank you
Amy Duncan
57:10
Thank you for helping me see this differently without setting a timer. I'm ordering this book!
tondathompson
57:11
As always, I love all the great learning from my KCM friend, Bonnie! Thank you for all your sharing
Kim Booker
57:12
This is a great overview of the book! Can't wait to use it!
Cindy Aossey
57:14
We are targeting multiplication next week
Lisa Riggs
57:15
Thanks for sharing the great information and resources.
Amy Williams
57:21
Thank you Bonnie!
Rochelle
57:29
Thank you! I'm excited to share this book with our math teachers!
Leah White
57:29
thanks great info!
Rachel Redden
57:32
Thank you, Bonny. I am so excited about sharing this book with the teachers at my school.
Kellem Classroom
57:38
Great resource share! Yes the fundamentals are so important
Cindy Aossey
57:59
Amy - Thank you for being so open about this! You'll love the book.
Shelly Spayd
58:00
Thank you!! Finding alternative ways to assess basic facts is a must!!
Dee Crescitelli
58:16
Next Week is Developing Multiplicative Thinking!
khale
58:58
I shared some ideas from this book this morning while in a PLC with my Kindergarten teachers. We were discussing fluency standards. Thanks for introducing me to this book.
Rochelle
59:03
Love this handout! Thank you!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
59:07
Thank you Bonnie! I loved this overview. I'm excited to read this book.
lisa.porter
59:07
Thanks for sharing Bonny! This looks like a great choice for our math committee's book study in the coming school year!!
Jennifer Werner
59:25
I would like to convince my district to stop the time test or atleast limit them.