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Developing Classroom Collective Efficacy in Math: Engaging Students in a Remote and/or Hybrid Setting - Shared screen with speaker view
Melissa Crane
31:10
Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-where-to-start-determining-priorities-for-math-instruction-fall-2020/
sandra.manning
32:46
Are there papers to download?
Melissa Crane
32:58
Resource page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-where-to-start-determining-priorities-for-math-instruction-fall-2020/
goen_bonnie
33:00
Thank You Bobbi Jo, I so certainly agree ASDN ROCKS
sandra.manning
33:04
Hmmm, only the download shows up
sandra.manning
33:19
Only the button
cunningham_meghan
33:22
the resources arent loading
Kaleigh Ryno
33:26
It doesn’t say what it is
Pamella Simpson
33:56
The downloads are not working
sandra.manning
34:07
Thanks
Blessing Ihedioha
34:07
The download buttons are not working
Sam Jordan
35:52
Working on the links
Tracey T
37:26
true
Blessing Ihedioha
37:29
True
Aniak
37:29
False as mammals we lose with just 2
Joe Ward
37:37
true
Pamella Simpson
37:39
false
Kaleigh Ryno
37:40
false
Fran
37:43
False, thinking about various animals
Cody Priest
37:51
True. But depends on animal types
sandra.manning
38:04
Are we comparing to animate or inanimate objects?
Lacey Rininger
38:07
true
Bridget
38:14
depends!
mariah graham
38:18
False, whose legs?
mariah graham
39:01
False-most have the same
sandra.manning
39:04
That is an inequality
Blessing Ihedioha
39:05
If we consider amputees , then the average number legs for humans will be less than 2
Bridget
39:13
false based on revision!
Cody Priest
39:20
Because there are some people who dont have legs then the average is 1.99
Aniak
39:20
yep
Bradley’s iPhone
40:29
false
Sam Jordan
41:15
Download links on asdn.org now work https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-where-to-start-determining-priorities-for-math-instruction-fall-2020/
Bridget
59:04
5! and 2.
Blessing Ihedioha
59:11
2
sandra.manning
59:25
I think number 2 is the easiest because there are enough out there to use
Kaleigh Ryno
59:42
it was a toss up between 1 and 5 because not all learn the same and they may be able to solve tasks using a different approach then maybe was my focus that day.
Tracey T
01:00:07
3 continuity, and many students are having to figure out things on their own ….. independently
mariah graham
01:00:16
4: I can’t always see what students are doing so I’m less likely to try to push/lead them in one certain direction
cunningham_meghan
01:00:18
4 - not looking at other student’s ideas and work (less peer distraction) and 2 - so many great math web resoruces to use
Fran
01:00:26
5 They are having to use a lot of prior knowledge, I have been sending home some work that asks them to show in multiple ways
Lacey Rininger
01:00:43
4 - less oversite, allowing them to struggle on their own
Bridget
01:00:44
5- I always encourage varied approaches but now I find that when students have a new approach it is so fun to witness over zoom- and it is something they feel comfortable saying over zoom. "I solved that but in a different way than you!" comes up so often in my zooms
Aniak
01:01:17
2 using common core requires lots of scaffolding and supplemental materials to meet each student where they are at
Luke McDonald
01:01:54
5 - especially paired with kids sharing with their thinking
Aniak
01:01:55
Donald
Aniak
01:02:09
kk
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
01:02:42
3: allows you to differentiate depending on grade level, good for multi-grade classroom
Kaleigh Ryno
01:08:12
I’m sorry, I have to step away for a minute.
Kaleigh Ryno
01:11:51
back
Blessing Ihedioha
01:15:58
yes
Tracey T
01:16:05
I would have needed much more time
sandra.manning
01:16:08
I came up with 9/18 x 4/3
Blessing Ihedioha
01:16:10
1/2 X 4/3
Bridget
01:16:11
8/3 times 1/4
Aniak
01:16:16
No fair using improper fraction
mariah graham
01:16:23
3/4 x 8/9
sandra.manning
01:16:40
Donald she didn’t say I couldn't
Aniak
01:16:57
coool
mariah graham
01:23:08
I do this every year with my Pre-Algebra class at the start of the year, they love it! Really gets them talking right away too
sandra.manning
01:24:03
I need to try this with my Algebra II class
sandra.manning
01:25:30
Number equivalencies
Fran
01:25:37
Order of operations
mariah graham
01:25:38
PEMDAS
Bridget
01:25:44
reducing
Tracey T
01:25:46
Order of operations.
sandra.manning
01:26:11
Estimation
Bobbi Jo Erb
01:28:14
www.openmiddle.comhttp://bit.ly/talkingmathMShttp://bit.ly/talkingmathMShttp://bit.ly/talkingmathk5
sandra.manning
02:17:39
That would be a step at a time right?
Melissa Crane
02:26:55
Survey 3: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CRP7P2V
Bridget
02:29:38
Thank you!