Contemplate then Calculate your way into the school year! This summer, more and more teachers are preparing to start their school year with a week of Contemplate then Calculate. They see the routine as a powerful vehicle for establishing a strong culture for learning. We couldn’t agree more. Contemplate then...
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@GraceKelemanik powerful math discussions at #mathcommprac today #fosteringMPs has to happen in every math class2
@stoodle Also, the structure of the contemplate then calculate routine #cthenc feels a lot like 5 practices as well @davidwees @NewVisionsNYC
@MrKitMath @KaraLouiseImm Similar, but #CthenC has specific designs for interaction and a heavy focus on structural thinking
I'm wondering if #CthenC is equivalent to a number talk, because you investigate and annotate multiple strategies for same calculation. For example, I could do 5x18, and highlight specific strategies in either routine, using student thinking. Thoughts? @KaraLouiseImm @AmyLucenta
Day 81: #APCalc use implicit differentiation to find the equation of a tangent line through a point... used @Desmos to see how it looks graphically! #teach180 #ConnectingReps #MTBoS2
@MrKitMath @davidwees @openupresources @IllustrateMath Yes! We’ve been working w/ Boston Ts & seeing same. They’re IDing @IllustrateMath lesson types that almost always invite #ConnectingReps
Leyendo 3 veces nuestros problemas de mate #3reads for math @maestrasandoval @DeniseFinney2 #camlearns #duallangchat #twowayimmersion4
Trying out #3reads for math thank you @MaestraBarrett @DeniseFinney2 #camlearns #duallangchat #twowayimmersion3
Looking at my 7th grade unit overview, I'm going to need to "teach" my students how to make sense of word problems and write expressions to match (or match multiple choice expressions!). Would #3reads be a good instructional routine to use? I don't want to use keywords. #MTBoS