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Focus on Fractions: Fraction with Cindy Aossey - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly DeLong
32:42
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Kelly DeLong
34:43
Love that picture of Dee
Dee Crescitelli
40:36
Kids definitely get fair share!
Lucy Anderson
40:39
Yes! So much can be done through 'play'. No need to go symbolic so soon.
Kelly DeLong
41:17
Such a beautiful reminder of the intuitive nature of fractions.
Janna Archer
41:53
When I was a classroom teacher, we talked about how fractions are fair (equal pieces).
Kelly DeLong
42:44
Look at that cute dice.
Kelly DeLong
43:00
People on the dice.
michael.hines
43:04
Michael Hines, Nelson County Schools
lisa.porter
43:17
I love the non-examples!! I forget about those sometimes.
Kelly DeLong
43:29
Glad to have you here Michael:)
Kelly DeLong
43:41
Yes.. Lisa... I love non-examples, too.
Jennifer Werner
43:59
Agree Kelly
Belle Rush
44:23
And caution kids about referring to "the big half." No such thing! THey need to know fractions are EQUAL parts.
Elisabeth Read
44:36
Love that way of framing the nonexamples! Mistakes are an opportunity to learn!
Elisabeth Read
45:03
Also, hi from Louisville! Elisabeth Read, k-12 math coach with JCPS
Kimberly Smith
46:04
Kimberly Smith, MIT, Martin Co. Inez Elem
Kelly DeLong
48:55
Now is the perfect time to incorporate measurement and fractions. Cooking. Cooking. Cooking.
Jennifer Werner
49:20
Very true Kelly
Lucy Anderson
49:21
Yep
Michelle Austin
50:26
Yes! Keep measuring tools - spoons, cups, etc in your classroom!!
Dee Crescitelli
50:43
Love counting with fractions!
Lisa Riggs
51:03
3 aspects of number
Dee Crescitelli
51:31
Yes, Lisa! :-)
Kelly DeLong
53:51
Beautiful progression
Julie Adams
55:41
Love this virtual resource!Thanks, Cindy!
Kelly DeLong
55:58
I adore this card sort.
Lucy Anderson
56:37
yes, they struggle at first.
Kimberly Jones
58:07
He understands halves as being 2 pieces not that they have to be 2 equal pieces
Funda Gonulates
58:11
good example of limited definition of halves
Julie Adams
58:12
He understands halves as 2 pieces...they dont have to be equal pieces.
Michelle Austin
58:18
He understands 2 parts, not equal prarts
Bonny Davenport
58:26
He understands halves are 2 parts
Michelle Austin
58:31
Ask about being fair
Kimberly Jones
58:38
is it fair?
Leah
58:42
I would ask him or her, “Can you fold the figure so that either side can be superimposed onto the other equally?
Kelly DeLong
59:03
Love that instructional move, Leah
Kelly DeLong
01:05:40
Fun... chalk drawings for neighborhood activity.
Lisa Riggs
01:05:52
Love that sidewalk chalk
Elisabeth Read
01:05:55
I love these ideas! Might be drawing some fractions on our walk tonight! Thank you!!
Lucy Anderson
01:06:04
I love seeing the fractions in all the sidewalk drawings online
Lisa Riggs
01:06:15
Lol!
Kimberly Smith
01:07:18
I apologize that I keep logging on. I am having technical difficulties today.
MCox
01:07:35
Outstanding presentation - thanks so much!!!
Michelle Austin
01:07:36
Thanks Cindy!! Awesome job!!!
Funda Gonulates
01:07:40
Thank you Cindy!
Kimberly Jones
01:07:41
Great stuff Cindy! Thank you!
Kimberly Smith
01:07:41
Thank you, Cindy!
kkilburn1
01:07:43
Thank you for the packet/links to printables!! Always helpful!!
Stacy Shaener
01:07:47
Thank you! Such a great session!
Erin Chavez
01:07:50
Thank you Cindy! I could listen to you talk math all day long:)
Rachel Wingo
01:07:56
great walkthrough of fractions throughout the grade levels
Lisa Riggs
01:07:59
Love the jam board!
Rachel Redden
01:08:05
Thank you, Cindy! This is great, and I can't wait to share this with the other teachers from our school.
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:08:37
Thank you! I love using Jamboard for doing sorts.
Bonny Davenport
01:08:52
Thank you Cindy! I love how you always push our thinking! Sidewalk chalks are awesome!
Kimberly Jones
01:09:01
Jamboards! YES!
Dee Crescitelli
01:09:12
Part of Google Suite-- so free!
Kimberly Jones
01:09:19
awesome!
Lucy Anderson
01:09:43
Love Mariam Small's stuff
Michelle Austin
01:09:54
THanks all! I'll check it out!!!