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My district has finally gone 1-to-1. Is there a good app or website that I could use to have students submit answers anonymously while going over problems in class? I did this last week using Kahoot t… more

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Our district is looking at the following three middle school math curriculums. Any thoughts, feedback, or experience worth sharing? -Carnegie -Saavas Envision (or Pearson Envision) -Reveal

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What do you get your math teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week? Sudoku, of course! 😆

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I teach 4th grade. My students are having difficulty with regrouping in subtraction. We use the Bridges in Mathematics program. The strategies confuse the students and each year, their basic skills… more

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I was given a pie for teacher appreciation week. The note said "I figured nothing would make you happier than knowing I asked for two pi of a pie, and proceeded to try to explain the unit circle … more

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For anyone using Khan Academy and Canvas I made a free application built on a Google Spreadsheet that reads in Khan Academy CSV files and sends the scores to the Canvas gradebook. Demo video below and… more

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What do I need to make virtual math teaching work? Cameras on, always. Full length classes. Kids with gear to succeed: -good laptops -cameras -connections -whiteboard -A modern working graphing calcu… more

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Textbooks- what are you currently using for Calculus ( not AP)? What are the pros and cons? Is there an online component to support homework? Thx.

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Assessments: For those teaching hybrid with a smaller number of students at home, are you giving REAL assessments with no notes, calculators, etc. for those in person? After our school brought everyon… more

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Good morning! Can anyone recommend a tablet that works well with the MacBook Air laptop for math. The district provides us with a Wacom that is not wireless. It doesn't work very well. I would li… more

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Has anyone found a good way to give assessments in a hybrid model? I teach high school and we're going from a remote/hybrid model to a fully hybrid model in a few weeks. Any tips are welcome! :)

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Any high school math teachers who have returned to the classroom, what schedule are you using with your students? How well is it going?

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State testing is coming up soon and I am planning a "Math Bootcamp" for intensive review for our 5th grade team. What is one thing YOU would find valuable in this type of end-of-year review … more

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For middle school math: How many of you have tiered courses in your building? We only offer 2 options for 7th & 8th grade. In 7th you are either in general math or Algebra 1 and in 8th your have g… more

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Please share some kahoot questions with me for second graders

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3rd Grade Math and Science

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Happy Pi Day!

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Any suggestions on teaching system of two variable inequalities to a virtual/hybrid class? I’m at a loss it feels like for ideas. So far I have covered 100% of the content that I usually do in algebra… more

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I’m tired of looking at uploaded pictures. Sometimes, I want to be able to see my kids’ algebra work right on the screen, live if possible. Like, real equation solving work with fractions, radicals, … more

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What advice do you have for teachers who may want to move up into an administration position?

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What are some best teaching practices that you have to offer to new and veteran teachers?

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Geometry teachers, what is your favorite kind of compass to use? (Names and/or pictures would be most helpful.) Thanks!

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Do you ever have to teach a topic that you are not particularly "good" at teaching or have never really understood fully? If so, how do you navigate that? (I know how I do...and it's pro… more

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"I absolutely LOVE teaching!!! I won't lie, the Sped paperwork and politics is daunting and can feel defeating. My goals in teaching are... 1) make a connection- students need to feel safe and heard! 2) make it fun- even if it at my expense. We learn and remember information better associated with visual and memories. 3) if you are not harvesting....it is ok. You can plant the seed and you can water it. Be patient for the "lightly moment". St

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Hello everyone! I am so interested in developing centers for my 5th grade math classroom. I'd you are a math center guru, I would love any suggestions, recommendations, or examples of what works… more

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A little math humor 😂 translation: “vampires learning to add”

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Who in this group does groups with Eureka Math?

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My Algebra 1a kiddos are struggling with systems of equations. We've tested (not good results), retaught, still struggle. Any advice?

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Percent of Content Covered by Year: 2018-2019: 100% 2019-2020: ~75% 2020-2021: < 50% (projected) At what point do we say "they have not mastered or understand enough content to be successful i… more

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I have a fellow teacher that comes into my room during our common plan time and sits there and talks the entire time while I try to get my work done. I am too much of a softee and don't want to h… more

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A question for all AP Statistics teachers out there: For 11 years, I’ve started the experimental design unit by spending a few days running experiments on my students as a fun, engaging way to demonst… more

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