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MIT Expert Talk: Meet Michael Hines - Shared screen with speaker view
rredden
26:52
Rachel Redden - Newport Intermediate - Grant’s Lick, KY
ahundley
27:17
Amanda Hundley - Tamarack Elementary - Daviess County
MCox
27:25
Missy Cox - LaGrange Elementary
Dee Crescitelli
27:36
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Michael_Hines-presentation.pdf Handouts from today’s session:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/dreme_family_card_game_booklet_oct2019.pdf
Kelly DeLong
27:57
Welcome KCM friends! So glad to have you all here this afternoon:)
Kelly DeLong
33:42
Great idea to share videos on school social media. Love the way you demonstrated it for parents and other teachers.
Bonny Davenport
34:54
Awesome! Loved the connections to SMP's!
Kelly DeLong
35:00
Kids love UNO!
Kelly DeLong
35:53
Jackie... such a nice way to promote equity.
rredden
36:44
All of my parents are at least able to text. For my students that do not have access to Google Classroom or social media, I take screen shots of any of my documents and text the pictures to my families.
Sarah Fryar
37:04
We are sort of following the same vein. We've been sending out a short video each week for each grade level. We send it directly to our intervention students, but also share with teachers in case they want to share with their classes. The videos are short game or activity instructions that can be completed with commonly found household items. We've also joined in on a few Zoom sessions with teachers to do number or "math" talks
Dee Crescitelli
37:10
Short, informative and accessible!
Amy
37:11
I love the idea of setting up the cards as bingo boards! So great.
Carrie Riggs
38:42
I have sent messages to students about episodes on PBS kids to watch that are math related content.
Dee Crescitelli
40:25
Carrie-- it makes perfect sense to tie into already available resources and media!
Kelly DeLong
40:38
Games are an essential way to practice math for encouraging fluency.
Kelly DeLong
40:46
Look at that GREAT resource!
tondathompson
41:06
Nice resource
Julie Adams
41:08
Thank you for sharing these valuable resource...complete with instructional video links!
Kelly DeLong
44:19
Easy to do at home. LOVE the muffin tin sorting.
Funda Gonulates
44:22
I liked the muffin tin idea
mgreene
44:43
love those
Kimberly Smith
44:50
I love these ideas!
Lisa
45:53
Glad you included time and money. These are life skills that families can work on year around.
Kelly DeLong
46:48
Loved Tonda's Go Fish idea:)
Kelly DeLong
48:10
Virtual Number Talks!! Yes!
Lisa
48:42
So glad to hear that you guys are able to meet with your students online.
Sarah Fryar
48:51
I've given it a shot once, on Zoom, but I really struggled with how to notate Ss thinking
kkilburn1
49:44
I joined my plus 2 teacher...she did a "small" number talk with them.
Julie Adams
49:57
I think just the mathematical discourse alone would be noteworthy...even if you are not able to notate their thinking.
Sarah Fryar
50:22
Yes, it absolutely was!
Jennifer Werner
50:31
Zoom has a whiteboard
Cindy Aossey
50:38
Google Jamboard allows for some recording/writing options
Sarah Fryar
50:55
Tell me more about the Zoom whiteboard!
Kelly DeLong
51:55
Love that idea for JamBoard!
Kimberly Smith
53:28
I’ve held Zoom Sessions with 2 classroom teachers. We counted forward, backward, calculated 1-2 addition and subtraction facts and the students explained their thought process while solving the equation.
Jennifer Werner
53:36
Webex has a whiteboard too
Bonny Davenport
53:50
What a great idea! Kids would love to play the teacher!
Amy Duncan
53:53
The students will love playing against and with you!!!
Jennifer Werner
54:17
I love Number of the Day activities.
Julie Adams
54:19
Kim, that's great that you were able to collaborate with your plus 2 teachers in their virual classrooms!
tondathompson
54:20
I like that idea
Jennifer Werner
54:31
In school I start most of my intervention sessions that way.
Bonny Davenport
55:27
Connection is so important!
Kimberly Smith
55:51
Additionally, I held a session yesterday with kindergarten intervention students. I read a book-Five Little Ducks. We counted forwards, backwards, discussed 5 frames, and I showed them a bare number and they put that many fingers on their forehead with one hand, then 2.
Cindy Aossey
56:11
I love youcubed but I hadn't seen the document you shared. Thank you@
Dee Crescitelli
56:21
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_Virtual_MIT_Expert_Talks-Michael_Hines-presentation.pdfHandouts from today’s session:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/dreme_family_card_game_booklet_oct2019.pdfYou can always find our materials on the KCM website: https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/kcm_virtual.php#mit
jacqulin damron
56:42
I loved how you have kept in contact with your students!!
MCox
56:48
Thanks so much! Great resources!
Amy Duncan
56:54
Mr. Hines, You rocked it as always! Miss working with you!
Funda Gonulates
56:59
Thank you for all these great ideas!
Sarah Fryar
56:59
Thank you!
tondathompson
57:04
I loved the videos you created! Awesome job!
Amy
57:06
Thank you! These are great games and ideas!!
Julie Adams
57:10
Thank you so much, I can't wait to dig into these resources!! Loved your presentation!
Bonny Davenport
57:12
Such great resources! Thank you!
sloan young
57:12
Great Job! Love the idea of the videos!
ahundley
57:13
Thanks so much! Lots of great ideas and resources!
Juaacklyn Cunningham
57:13
Loved your thoughtful presentation!
Jennifer Werner
57:14
Connection is the key.
kkilburn1
57:19
LOVE the muffin pan math....tons of possibilities
Cindy Gross
57:20
Thank you for sharing what you have been doing with your students and staff
Felisia
57:21
Thank you from NC!
Diane's iPad
57:25
great job!
Melanie Fields
57:27
Thank you for ideas and resources!
Kimberly Smith
57:35
Sorry I keep hitting enter Today I held a session with first graders. We counted several ways and played what’s my way with the 20 bead racks I sent home with them. It was fun!
Carrie Riggs
57:43
Thanks so much! Do you have a youtube channel with access to your videos?
Amy
57:43
I'm way up in Vermont! Love these resources
Kimberly Smith
57:53
Thank you for the resources!
mgreene
58:04
great resources
tondathompson
58:21
I love hearing from all the experts out there.
Jennifer Werner
58:23
I share your FB in several math teachers pages.