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Let's Do Math - Connecting Representations (Visualizing Proportions) with Dee Crescitelli - Shared screen with speaker view
tondathompson
30:36
Tonda Thompson KCM Albany, KY
Tiffany McGuire
30:46
Tiffany McGuire, Bellevue Independent, Kentucky
Rachel Redden
30:53
Rachel Redden - MIT at Newport Intermediate, Kentucky
khale
30:56
Kathy Hale Newport, KY
Julie Adams
31:12
Julie Adams, KCM, Flemingsburg, KY
Deron Hitch
36:35
9 - 4 buttons equals 6 paperclips which means each button is worth 1.5 paperclips
Cindy Aossey
37:07
9 paperclips - he's 1.5 the height of Mr. Short.
Kelsey Morehead
37:11
I also got 9, similar idea as Deron. To go from 4 buttons to 6 buttons you multiply by 1.5
Mei-Ling
37:33
My 7th grade son says 9 b/c 4 is 2/3 of 6 so, 6 is 2/3 of 9 paperclips
Cindy Aossey
38:00
Ooh - I like the 2/3 way of thinking about it.
Juaacklyn Cunningham
39:25
I drew a bar diagram.
Maggie
39:30
And asking them to be flexible is so important, as we've talked about
Mei-Ling
41:58
measure space?
Maggie
44:12
Love me a table. :)
kestes
44:58
We will have access to this recording w/ links. Correct?
Cindy Aossey
45:05
Yes
Cindy Aossey
45:24
Links to the recording and the resources will be posted
Kelly DeLong
45:33
The presentation and the handouts have everything you need:)
Deron Hitch
45:59
yes
kestes
46:36
Thank you! Great tasks being shared in the “Let’s Do Math” sessions. :)
Mei-Ling
46:56
2
Deron Hitch
46:56
2
Maggie
46:57
2
Juaacklyn Cunningham
46:58
2
Tiffany McGuire
47:02
2
Anthony Myrks-Brewer
47:04
2
Amanda Brame
47:05
2, and the car is 10 buttons
Kelsey Morehead
47:06
2
Carrie Riley
47:06
2
Juaacklyn Cunningham
47:34
6
Deron Hitch
47:35
6
Tiffany McGuire
47:35
6
Anthony Myrks-Brewer
47:36
6
Carrie Riley
47:43
6
Kelsey Morehead
47:53
go from 3 to 15 and 2 to 10
Deron Hitch
48:03
9 + 6 = 15 so 6 + 4 = 10
Tiffany McGuire
48:14
I would use my 3 to get to 15
kestes
48:26
6 x 2.5 = 15
Amanda Brame
48:38
I did 15 × (2/3)
Kelly DeLong
48:58
I love Amanda's way. 2/3 of 15.
Kelly DeLong
50:01
I like that it is not in ascending or descending order. Makes kids reason about the relationships.
Maggie
51:18
Knock, Knock, Knock...Me :)
Cindy Aossey
53:29
I love the use of a counter-example!
Kelsey Morehead
53:43
Different faces and swords
Deron Hitch
53:44
everything was not stretched to the same size
Cindy Aossey
53:53
The mouth is too small on the biggest giant
Bobbie Fryman
53:56
Their faces are not identical
kkilburn1
54:01
nothing similiar
Lisa Riggs
54:19
Didn’t maintain proportions
Cindy Aossey
55:49
Sword too little
Deron Hitch
55:56
mouth too big
Kelly DeLong
56:10
This technology allows the students to do "what if" scenarios. Powerful observations can be made by the students. Love using a tech tools!
Deron Hitch
57:08
12.5
Kelly DeLong
57:09
12.5
Kimberly Jones
57:14
12.5 cm
Juaacklyn Cunningham
57:15
12.5 cm
Anthony Myrks-Brewer
57:16
12.5
Kelly DeLong
57:55
Oh biscuits! Hilarious!
Kelly DeLong
58:32
Fun interacting with the student.
Cindy Aossey
59:45
We can also make the giant smaller than Dan!
Kelly DeLong
01:00:26
Card sorts!! Tons of fun. Visualizing the proportion.
Erin Chavez
01:00:34
Guess what my 7th grade kiddo will be doing tomorrow:)
Deron Hitch
01:01:05
You can also talk about similarities in all of the graphs, they all go through the origin
Erin Chavez
01:01:11
will do!
Mei-Ling
01:03:12
I'm an 8th grade teacher but your presentation makes me want to teach 7th with all these fun proportional reasoning activities. Thank you for a meaningful presentation and useful resources
Bonny Davenport
01:06:59
Thanks Dee! So much fun!
Erin Chavez
01:07:02
Thank you Dee!!
Kimberly Jones
01:07:02
Thank you Dee! Great presentation full of great information.
Maggie
01:07:03
Thanks so much Dee!
Charlotte Smith
01:07:04
Thank you, Dee so good to see you
Lisa Riggs
01:07:08
Great activities Dee
Tiffany McGuire
01:07:08
Thanks, Dee! Your Bitmoji is spot on too! :)
Rachel Wingo
01:07:12
Thanks so much
Monique Greene
01:07:18
thank you Dee!
Kim Ford
01:07:19
Thanks Dee for all of your help.
Leah White
01:07:22
Thanks Dee!
kmcclure
01:07:25
Thank you, Dee!
Carrie Riley
01:07:37
Thank you so much, Dee!
Julie Adams
01:07:38
Thanks, Dee!!
Monique Greene
01:07:38
love the Marcellus!
tondathompson
01:07:51
Thank you, Dee. I love how I grow personally each time I hear you!
kkilburn1
01:07:53
Thank you so much!! Forward thinking is great for our students now!
Deron Hitch
01:08:05
As a school getting ready to move to one to one technology, great to get new tech activities to use
Tab’s iPhone X
01:08:13
Thanks, Dee.
Bobbie Fryman
01:08:14
Thank you, Dee! Your presentation was GREAT!! Can't wait to share the DESMOS activity with my math department.
Juaacklyn Cunningham
01:08:16
Thank you, Dee!