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Figuring Out Fluency in Mathematics Teaching and Learning K-8 - Shared screen with speaker view
christy edsell
33:19
Hello
Brittany Gladsjo
33:22
Hello, 12 - family sports number 🙂
Beth
33:22
22, two 2s
John SanGiovanni
33:23
5 b/c it’s my birthday
christy edsell
33:28
13 because it just is
Jayson Guerrero
33:30
11
Erika
33:30
Hello! My favorite number is 16. It’s my son’s hockey #
Sonya Cook
33:32
Hello. My favorite number is three.
schewe_james
33:32
54 - number I wore in sports
Liz
33:33
7 because it is common when rolling dice
Daniel Tackett
33:36
23, and not sure why
price_alexander
33:36
24 easy factoring
kwn-imac-07
33:37
8 because it makes me happy
mteneyck
33:38
24 because it was the number of my favorite driver :)
brittany.schmitz@nsbsd.org
33:39
Hi! 21 birthday
Katrina Gutknecht
33:39
4 four children, 4 grand children
Marlene Griffith
33:40
Hello, my favorite is 3. Always has been.
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
33:40
82 I graduate high school
Janice Habermann
33:46
HI everyone! My favorite number is 7 because I have always liked that number.
Janet Balice
33:49
Janet Balice never gave it any thought
Donna Westdahl
33:49
7 parents Bdays
Karina
33:52
Hello, Karina my favorite # is 24, it was my attendance # in elementary school
santiago.hubahib
33:55
8 KIDS I HAVE
Becky
34:03
42 the meaning of everything
Joy Abbott | DEED
34:08
42--It is the answer to life, the universe, and everything.
Joyce Dunning
34:10
5 grand kids
Douglas Penn
34:12
42 and those that know know why
Mary
34:15
Hello, tie for 6 and 4, just nice numbers
Joy Abbott | DEED
34:21
Of course.
alice metz
34:22
7 is my magic number
kathleen.abrams
34:47
10 my birthday month
Sonya Cook
38:42
60
Lindsay STURM
38:42
200
Karina
38:43
180
Brittany Gladsjo
38:44
192
Liz
38:44
200
Noelle, ASDN
38:44
160
Daniel Tackett
38:45
192
Donna Westdahl
38:46
90
Kim Neakok
38:47
60 unless 2 can fit per seat them 120
price_alexander
38:47
176
Becky
38:47
250
Beth
38:47
60
christy edsell
38:47
126
Joyce Dunning
38:48
144
kwn-imac-07
38:49
112
kathleen.abrams
38:51
70
Katrina Gutknecht
38:52
280
Douglas Penn
38:53
158
Marlene Griffith
38:53
112
Janet Balice
38:54
60
schewe_james
38:57
more than 3
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
38:59
125
santiago.hubahib
39:00
60
Erika
39:04
120
Erika
39:17
480 sorry
John SanGiovanni
39:50
160, 192, 200
Aleta May
39:55
Just got home to sign in. :)
Joyce Dunning
40:42
How many people in one car
Liz
40:42
how many per car
Lindsay STURM
40:43
Groups of 4
Katrina Gutknecht
40:44
Six people per carriage
Marlene Griffith
40:44
How many in each car
Joy Abbott | DEED
40:45
this is only 1/4 of the wheel
christy edsell
40:45
How many people per car
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
40:46
how many chairs
Sonya Cook
40:46
How much of the full circle we see.
kwn-imac-07
40:47
how many in a car
Brittany Gladsjo
40:48
How many cars and how many per car
Karina
40:49
counting the # of cars, and # of riders
Becky
40:49
How many cars and people per car
Donna Westdahl
40:50
How many in each car
Daniel Tackett
40:52
How many cars and how many people can fit
Janet Balice
40:52
how many people in a car
Erika
40:53
How many per car
Lindsay STURM
40:56
How many where in 1/4 of the wheel
Kim Neakok
40:57
1/4 the wheel 2 per seat
price_alexander
40:59
what is a quarter or the ferris wheel?
santiago.hubahib
41:07
CAPACITY PER CAR
Kim Neakok
41:08
Oh maybe 4 per seat facing each other
mteneyck
41:12
how many cars on the wheel?
Janice Habermann
41:12
Can the car hold 4 people?
Brittany Gladsjo
41:13
1/4 of the wheel about 12 cars, 4 per car 2 on each side?
Karina
41:21
3
Marlene Griffith
41:24
I went with 2
Janice Habermann
41:27
What is the total number of cages?
Kim Neakok
41:36
Size of the person?
schewe_james
41:39
what number would balance the cart?
Marlene Griffith
42:38
How many cars total
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
42:41
weight and banance
Karina
42:44
1/4
Joy Abbott | DEED
42:47
I thought perhaps 1/4
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
42:49
balance
Marlene Griffith
42:50
Yes
Dan May
43:58
Just checked, 195
Marlene Griffith
44:07
Wow!
Joy Abbott | DEED
47:09
estimate area if you told them donut length. ;)
Dan May
47:30
Our kids have to touch to count
Lorrie Scoles
49:58
What fraction are blue?
Lindsay STURM
49:58
Why are the balloons ordered in those colors?
mteneyck
50:13
how many colors are there?
Beth Routzahn
50:20
If I took two groups away, how many would there be?
Joy Abbott | DEED
50:35
what fraction are primary colors blend math and science.
Joy Abbott | DEED
51:26
great task! I can see students looking forward to these.
Janet Balice
55:03
Good foundational number sense and number patterns.
Marlene Griffith
56:58
18
santiago.hubahib
56:59
6
Lindsay STURM
57:11
18
santiago.hubahib
57:15
18
kathleen.abrams
57:22
18
Janet Balice
57:28
18
Donna Westdahl
57:29
18
Becky
57:30
18
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
57:34
18
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
58:52
student A
Marlene Griffith
59:06
Student A and I reduced the fractions before multiplying
Brittany Gladsjo
59:09
Both. Started A then woke up to B
Sonya Cook
59:47
I was definitely student A before I attended a math conference with Jo Boaler and other great presenters that changed my life.
Joy Abbott | DEED
59:50
A because were we were told/taught a specific method and not actually fluent with math.
mteneyck
01:01:42
We have a new math program called Eureka Math and it focuses on fluency and I love it!
Joy Abbott | DEED
01:02:14
reversible percents is the one that blows my mind. knowing how many students struggle with that. students need to know other ways are valid.
Dan May
01:05:18
Fluently and automaticity
Marlene Griffith
01:05:38
For me because I was taught to memorize I retrieve them almost like automaticity.
Sonya Cook
01:05:41
Fluency implies number sense and an understanding of operations. Automaticity may be just rote memorization. Lots of students with automaticity are not fluent.
Aleta May
01:05:48
automaticity and memorize
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
01:06:30
procedural fluency and automaticity
Aleta May
01:06:42
I think automaticity and memorizing seem to go together. However, knowing your doubles helps with automaticity in adding, for example
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
01:11:36
I never thought about flexibility would apply to fluency
Aleta May
01:12:12
When students are far below grade level, do you think having a strategy reference notebook would help students choose prior strategies learned?
Aleta May
01:12:29
:)
Aleta May
01:14:19
Thank you!
Marlene Griffith
01:15:22
If estimated it would be 80 actual is 76
Dan May
01:15:24
50 + 30 - 3 and 1
Brittany Gladsjo
01:15:42
49+1 + 26
Janice Habermann
01:15:48
50+26
Sonya Cook
01:15:53
Take one from the 27 and add it to 49
Erika
01:16:00
50 + 30 - 4
Beth
01:16:05
50+25+1
Beth Routzahn
01:16:09
I also used 50+26
Aleta May
01:16:13
I went to 9 + 7, cary over 1 when adding 4 + 2
Karina
01:16:14
I just add ed the 2
becky
01:16:22
50 + 25 +1
Aleta May
01:16:37
Becky’s is better!!!
Katrina Gutknecht
01:16:47
50 + 25 -1 +2
Karina
01:17:33
ids in the roo
Karina
01:17:59
kids in the room- sorry
Kim Neakok
01:18:59
Is this conceptual understanding applied fluently?
Beth
01:20:23
Investigations curriculum explores these ideas
Katrina Gutknecht
01:21:10
My kids have memorized the tools but have no idea how to use which tool when.
Kim Neakok
01:22:00
People often confuse fluency with fact/algorithm regurgitation
mteneyck
01:22:03
Effective strategies are so important
Dan May
01:25:27
When close counts it is
Dan May
01:25:47
yes
Dan May
01:25:53
1/2, 0.5, what is half? I am surprised out how many of the student I work with are unable to answer
Marlene Griffith
01:26:29
I thought 29 because I rounded 2.88 to 2
Marlene Griffith
01:26:35
3 excuse. me
Marlene Griffith
01:26:42
thanks
Erika
01:27:53
Daily- my 5th grade daughter 🤦🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️
Kim Neakok
01:31:46
I like the idea of practicing subitizing in a different way!
Erika
01:31:57
Yes!
Dan May
01:32:36
Thanks
Kim Neakok
01:32:41
I am nerding out a little! I love conceptional understanding and the foundational research behind it!
John SanGiovanni
01:40:20
Https://www.bit.ly/akfluency1
Aleta May
01:49:17
That bit.ly is really cool!
Aleta May
01:49:39
YES
Lindsay STURM
01:49:42
amen
schewe_james
01:49:45
nearly everyday
Sonya Cook
01:49:46
All the time!
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
01:49:47
yep
Lindsay STURM
01:49:56
Or we need to spend another day(s) on a topic
Aleta May
01:50:12
Thank you! I have your book.
Aleta May
01:50:41
Deep rather than shallow and wide :)
Dan May
01:53:38
Where
Dan May
01:53:47
Is the scratch paper
Dan May
01:53:49
LOL
Aleta May
01:54:24
205 — 196 = 204 — 200
Aleta May
01:54:37
woops
Aleta May
01:54:50
201 — 200
Marlene Griffith
01:55:10
Or change #4 to decimal form.
mteneyck
01:57:42
They get too involved in the drawing and forget why they are drawing it
Dan May
02:00:12
Math is “From Right to Left”
Beth
02:05:11
D algorithm; A, F notsomuch
Sonya Cook
02:05:11
I would use the standard algorithm for c
price_alexander
02:05:12
d
schewe_james
02:05:18
D yes, A no
Karina
02:05:20
A, B & F
Marlene Griffith
02:05:21
Standard-right to left F
Erika
02:05:26
No A, c or D yes
Janice Habermann
02:05:35
standard c, no algorithim necessary for f
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
02:05:49
F yes D no
Dan May
02:06:09
1/4 is ‘1/2 of a 1/2
mteneyck
02:07:47
Doubles facts I can do in my gead
mteneyck
02:07:51
head
christy edsell
02:08:08
7+7 double fact 93-75 needs thought time
christy edsell
02:08:16
No worries
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
02:08:20
I talk about mental math with my kids alot
mteneyck
02:10:48
lol
Jeanna Pendleton Larson
02:11:55
+
Brittany Gladsjo
02:11:55
add
Dan May
02:11:55
add
Marlene Griffith
02:11:56
add
schewe_james
02:12:30
can you go over?
Marlene Griffith
02:12:40
67+28
Janice Habermann
02:12:43
68 +27
christy edsell
02:12:54
68=27
christy edsell
02:13:05
+
christy edsell
02:13:11
Dang it
John SanGiovanni
02:13:22
83+16
price_alexander
02:13:30
72=28
Mary
02:13:38
76+28
schewe_james
02:13:45
76+28=104
Dan May
02:13:57
John wins
Mary
02:15:59
Fixed vs Growth Mindset
mteneyck
02:19:03
Our new math program is teaching different strategies to get the same answer. It is amazing. If I was taught this way, I feel like I would be better at math
Dan May
02:23:17
thanks
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02:23:22
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02:23:38
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John SanGiovanni
02:27:17
The jokes might be better next time...
wen
02:27:18
Thank you so much for sharing your expertise
Mary
02:27:20
Thank you!
John SanGiovanni
02:27:23
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Jeanna Pendleton Larson
02:27:26
Thank you
Marlene Griffith
02:27:32
Thank you!
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02:27:34
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Daniel Tackett
02:27:34
Thanks for everything. See everyone next week!
John SanGiovanni
02:27:46
I’ll share the games/slides w/ Melissa too
Janet Balice
02:27:56
Janet- Thanks