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A Teaching ExplorationThu, 13 Jul 2017 19:38:09 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.com/Comment on Summer Reading by Lisa Corbett
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Thu, 13 Jul 2017 19:38:09 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=1070#comment-295Mathematical Mindsets is such a good book! Easy to read, and full of good information. I loved the online course too. I just got “Being the Math Teacher…” in the mail this week. In June, Summer seems like it is going to last forever. My Summer Reading Stack is always taller than it should be, but I can’t pass up on some books. đź™‚

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Tue, 11 Jul 2017 04:34:32 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=758#comment-290Hi Lisa! Thanks for commenting! I love how versatile the clothesline math is – it always seems to draw out interesting conversations with my students. I hope the cards work well for your students!

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Sat, 24 Jun 2017 21:43:21 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=758#comment-256This is so great! I have just heard about “clothesline math” and appreciate your post explaining it! Also, thanks for the cards. đź™‚

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Wed, 08 Feb 2017 03:36:13 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=709#comment-82[…] when I stumbled upon Tamara DeFordâ€™s blog post about the intersection of fraction talks and clothesline […]

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Wed, 01 Feb 2017 23:21:39 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=577#comment-79[…] was the start of our new Math book club (we hostedÂ Making Number Talks Matter in the fall). Â This time around, we are reading Mathematical Mindsets by Jo Boaler andÂ our […]

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Sat, 17 Dec 2016 20:32:00 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=758#comment-66[…] See my original post about primary clothesline cards here. […]

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Sat, 03 Dec 2016 00:37:45 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=709#comment-60[…] Talks. Â In the past, we have done this activity with fractions, decimals, and percentage cards (see this post), but we wanted to try to differentiate a bit for our primary and secondary attendees. Â I have […]

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Sat, 19 Nov 2016 05:32:39 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=577#comment-51[…] Number Talks Matter and Number Talks, blog posts, articles), the Pro-D workshops I have led (Number Talks book club, Number Talks and the Curricular Competencies, Intro to Number Talks), and the various Gr. 4-7 […]

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Wed, 01 Jun 2016 18:22:45 +0000http://mathwithmeaning.wordpress.com/?p=15#comment-3[…] One activity that I have used a few times this year – very successfully – is a fraction clothesline activity. Â This week, I was invited to visit a Grade 4/5 class to introduce decimals by linking them to what the students already knew about fractions (they have been working on fractions for a couple of weeks). Â I thought this was a perfect opportunity for me to combine two great things and I set the fraction clothesline up like a number talk (yes, I am obsessed with Number Talks). […]