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Math = Love: Growth Mindset Mistakes Poster Mistakes are expected. Future Classroom, School Classroom, Year 3 Classroom Ideas, 7th Grade Classroom, Classroom Pictures, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, Organizing, Teaching Math

Growth Mindset Mistakes Poster

A continual focus in my classroom is helping my students build a growth mindset. One quote I've seen time and time again when it comes to m...

Vision Task Effective Instructional Practices: Think-pair-share is an easy, simple cooperative learning strategy that quickly adds more student engagement to a lesson. I use this a lot when teaching and find it very effective. Cooperative Learning Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Avid Strategies, Classroom Management Strategies, Kagen Strategies, Formative Assessment Strategies, Differentiation Strategies, Differentiation In The Classroom

In Praise of Think-Pair-Share | Cult of Pedagogy

Celebrating Think-Pair-Share, the Little Strategy That Could, and sharing some best practices for making it work for you.

Five For Friday: Number Bonds & Bar Models Math For Kids, Fun Math, Math Activities, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Algebra, Eureka Math, Singapore Math

Making Lemonade in Second Grade

I was having the hardest time teaching this concept to my class last week... until one of my coworkers suggested having the students use a highlighter to...

Quick Tips for Secondary Classroom Management That Actually Work 5 Quick Tips for Secondary Classroom Management That Actually (I Promise You!) Quick Tips for Secondary Classroom Management That Actually (I Promise You! Classroom Management Tips, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Behavior, Science Classroom, Behavior Management, Kindergarten Classroom, Business Management, Time Management, Classroom Decor

5 Tips for Classroom Management in Middle and High School (That Actually Work)

Classroom management isn't like following a recipe. It takes time, practice, and patience. These tips for middle and high school actually work.

Freak: Rotations interactive notebook page and a video link too.Equation Freak: Rotations interactive notebook page and a video link too. Math 8, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Geometry Interactive Notebook, Teaching Geometry, Algebra Interactive Notebooks, Teaching Math, Math Resources, Math Activities

Rotations interactive notebook page and a video link too.

Right now my 8th grade pre-algebra classes are working through our unit on transformations. Rotations have proved to be a diff...

Incorporating MATH PRACTICES during MATH! This is a FREE template for Math exit tickets! There are 3 sizes: small, medium, and large. Make a CLASS WALL of exit tickets to showcase the different concepts you are teaching throughout the year! Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Classroom Incentives, Teaching Methodology, Teacher Hacks, Fun Math, Math Math, Math Games

Incorporating MATH PRACTICES during MATH!

Hi! I'm Susie! I'm a curriculum developer at Panicked Teacher. On my blog, I share classroom tips, teaching ideas and upper elementary resources.

Unit RT Triangle ~ Triangle Congruence Foldable - great for interactive notebooks Geometry Lessons, Teaching Geometry, Math Lessons, Teaching Math, Maths, Math Notebooks, Interactive Notebooks, Math Teacher, Math Classroom

Congruent Triangles Foldable

This READY TO PRINT foldable for triangle congruence is a great addition to an interactive notebook or as a review foldable in your student's notes. MULTIPLE OPTIONS included.There are six flaps in the foldable. The flaps include: • SSS (Side Side Side) • AAS (Angle Angle Side) • SAS (Si...

Elapsed time is such a tricky concept to teach in a way that students understand. Another pinner said, "There are a variety of methods and strategies for teaching elapsed time, but using a number line really helps my students be successful. Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Games, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Fourth Grade Math, Second Grade Math, Grade 3

Teaching Elapsed Time on a Number Line

Elapsed time is such a tricky concept to teach in a way that students understand. The passage of time is such an abstract concept that students really struggle to master this skill. There are a variety of methods and strategies for teaching elapsed time, but using a number line is one of my favorites. // Adventures of a Schoolmarm

100 Questions to Help Students Conjecture Problem Based Learning, Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Student Learning, Learning Theory, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching Math, Maths

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OLDER KIDS, NOT FIRST A great place value game using a dollar store pill container and dice. Lots of variations on what you can do with it. My third grade students loved it! It would be great for second or fourth grade as well. Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Games, Dice Games, Fourth Grade Math, Second Grade Math, Math Place Value, Place Values

A great place value game using a dollar store pill container and dice. Lots of variations on what you can do with it. My third grade students loved it! It would be great for second or fourth grade as well.

Ready: 100 questions that promote Mathematical Discourse Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Teaching Math, Inquiry Based Learning, Learning Activities, Math Discourse, Visible Learning, Math Coach, Math Talk

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What Makes A 3 Act Math Task So Effective? Sparking Curiosity to Fuel Sense Making in Math Class. Act Math, Math Talk, Math 8, Daily Math, Guided Math, Math Tutor, Teaching Math, Math Education, Math Coach

What Makes A 3 Act Math Task So Effective? | Spark Curiosity to Fuel Sense Making

What Makes A 3 Act Math Task So Effective?. Sparking Curiosity to Fuel Sense Making in Math Class.

How can we help our student notice more deeply? Grab a free poster! Math Tutor, Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teacher Stuff, Classroom Ideas, Teaching Tips, Teaching Math, 1st Grade Math, Fourth Grade

What Do Mathematicians Notice? - Math Coach's Corner

Ever since hearing Annie Fetter talk about Notice and Wonder at the Atlantic City NCTM Regional Conference in October, I have been obsessed with the strategy. What I immediately noticed (no pun intended) was that my students didn’t notice much. Because I believe so strongly in the power of the strategy, I kept asking them to notice […]

"Missing Factor Move-It" - Solve missing factor equations where one factor is 6 or Supports learning Common Core Standards: [KNP Task # M Multiplication Practice, Multiplication And Division, Maths, Third Grade Math, Grade 3, Math Games, Math Activities, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas

KNP-Kentucky Numeracy Project

"Missing Factor Move-It" - Solve missing factor equations where one factor is 6 or 7. Supports learning Common Core Standards: 3.OA.6, 3.OA.4, 3.OA.7 [KNP Task # M 4437.6]

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