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Math Fact Fluency and Families Part 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Donald Torres
32:59
Happy Veteran’s Day!
Donald Torres
33:12
Happy Thanksgiving!
Donald Torres
33:21
Merry Christmas!
Belinda Smith
33:32
I have to leave at 5:00. I will watch the last bit that I miss. Thank you for everything, Dr. Williams!
Donald Torres
33:32
Happy New Year!
Donald Torres
33:55
2021
Donald Torres
34:58
My class got funner!
Susan Ready To Do Math
35:04
We learning fractions with dice. The kids really enjoyed not having. A worksheet
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
35:08
changing belief from memorization to strategies!
Heidi Wright
35:14
Just really appreciate the discussions and ideas shared
wendydouglas
35:21
Hello, Wendy Douglas (G5) in Gambell. It’s finally snowing here!
Angel Atkins
35:21
I have been doing the interviewing with my students on zoom and they love sharing how they got their answer. The other students like hearing the different ways their peers got the answers.
pamelawellspeters
35:25
Hello, i am getting ready to visit the grandkids and play games with them next week.
Kiersten Kralovetz
35:26
Hello all! Kiersten from Brevig Mission here. My ten sided dice came in the mail yesterday! Woo!
Cindi Faubion
35:28
I have been thinking about making a video of some of the games to show the students how to play it at home…And send them the materials
Belinda Smith
35:32
math interviews! Love this approach!
Stephanie Brewer
35:34
Reaching out to families and better explain games and why we do them
Karry Betson
35:39
My students are self initiating math activities! When I started with them they did not like math. At all.
Gina St Clair
35:44
Gina from Brevig. My kids are learning facts with ‘fun’ worksheets and games!
Dan May
35:44
I’m here—had to use hotspot
Melissa
35:46
Hello, its Melissa. I appreciate the games, strategies and research, very practical to implement immediately in classroom
Deirdre Washburn
36:02
I have just been making sure to let the students know what we are working on…making a ten, near doubles, counting on, counting back and having them tell me what we are doing in response.
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
36:04
I feel good about having better insight into interview and increasing student confidence using strategies
Currier_Katelyn
36:04
Hello! My students are loving the math games and I am going to be an auntie for the first time in 2 months!
Maria Gutleben
36:39
The things I’ve been sending out to sites are a hit.
Maria Gutleben
36:47
I also got the book last week
becky.long
37:11
The games have been great for my students.
tdodd
39:16
Understanding students are individuals and each student may not learn things the same way - but give them strategies and they have the tools needed
Sienna Campbell
40:50
a) Parents most value accuracy in their child's learning of mathematics.
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
40:53
A)Parents value their child’s ability to succeed in and beyond the classroom.
Currier_Katelyn
40:57
Success.
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
40:58
A: the career possibilities it prepares them for
lee_helen
41:00
abiity to use math in daily living
Kiersten Kralovetz
41:06
A, accuracy, use it in life
Karry Betson
41:06
The child enjoying it.
Stephanie Brewer
41:16
they most value that they learn math without hating it
Melissa
41:17
Parents want their children to enjoy math, be successful and compute correctly
courtney scoby
41:17
A) to see that they are learning and making growth
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
41:19
my child understanding what he's doing and why
Deirdre Washburn
41:20
Families want to have their children learn the way they learned. It does not matter if new data/strategies are out there…they only have what they learned in their toolbox. We should add to their toolbox as well..,
faulkner_kimberly
41:21
they understand it
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
41:23
Parent expectations for how math is taught: that it will be taught fully in school and not require parent support at home.
Angel Atkins
41:24
b) families want it taught they way they learned because it “worked” for them.
Luke McDonald
41:24
Talking positively about school
wendydouglas
41:27
I think parents EXPECT their children will learn math the way they learned math. It’s interesting that there are so many different approaches to teaching & learning.
Kiersten Kralovetz
41:29
B: The same way they were taught
pamelawellspeters
41:30
Since I taught kindergarten most parents were happy with playing games to teach math. Or counting steps as they went on walks………
Cindi Faubion
41:33
The expect it to be taught the same why they were taught
courtney scoby
41:37
They often want them to learn like they learned it
Currier_Katelyn
41:42
B) parents want to do drill and kill method
Belinda Smith
41:48
standard algorithms :)
tdodd
41:54
Expectations that their child should learn the same way they did, or they get uncomfortable by not being able to help their child with homework
faulkner_kimberly
41:56
They will learn it all at school and they don’t have to do anything
Currier_Katelyn
41:57
b) quickness = success
Donald Torres
41:58
That their child can function in the world
becky.long
42:00
Students should learn the same way they did
Cindi Faubion
42:18
Timed test
Cindi Faubion
42:24
memorization
Susan Ready To Do Math
42:31
Most parents had negative experiences so they do not always appreciate that we want them to help their kids in math.
tdodd
42:34
rote
Currier_Katelyn
42:35
STRESS
becky.long
42:36
Drill and kill
Heidi Wright
42:43
Drilling and memorization
Angel Atkins
42:44
C) stressful and full of anxiety
Donald Torres
42:46
Timed test
Pamella Simpson
42:57
Drilling and memorization of the facts
Cindi Faubion
43:07
There is only one way to learn it
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
43:07
stress, anxiety, embarrassment when not knowing facts quickly
Pamella Simpson
43:28
Yes, embarrassment for sure
Susan Ready To Do Math
45:17
Asking kids how many shoes are in the arctic entry? How many apples are on the table How is taller? Who sleeps the most in the house?
lee_helen
45:18
seven days of the week
tdodd
45:20
They can count to 7
Heidi Wright
45:22
Sevenis how old my brother is
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
45:24
m sister is 7y
Kiersten Kralovetz
45:25
7 is seven candies!
Susan Ready To Do Math
45:25
I don’t know
Melissa
45:26
they will show 7 fingers
Dan May
45:28
Put eyes on it
Sienna Campbell
45:29
Seven is after six
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
45:30
it's yellow!
Karry Betson
45:31
My sister is 7!
Donald Torres
45:33
Lucky number
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
45:38
my brother is 7
pamelawellspeters
45:40
its a number
Blessing Ihedioha
45:41
It’s an old number
Cindi Faubion
45:43
It looks like this
wendydouglas
45:45
lucky seven
Susan Ready To Do Math
46:09
I love it’s yellow!
Maria Gutleben
46:17
7 ate 9
courtney scoby
46:36
Lucky number
Currier_Katelyn
46:46
I had a student tell me she didn’t have 7 fingers once while only holding up one hand…
Deirdre Washburn
46:57
9 ate 7
Susan Ready To Do Math
47:17
Asking kids how many shoes are in the arctic entry? How many apples are on the table How is taller? Who sleeps the most in the house?
Maria Gutleben
47:21
Why is 10 so afraid of 7?
Susan Ready To Do Math
47:30
Who is taller?
Maria Gutleben
47:55
7 dwarfs
Melissa
48:56
could use teddy grahams, gummy bears, goldfish
dianakurka
51:07
Thanks for the ideas Melissa. I no longer have the cute colored bears but I sure can pick up the others!
Susan Ready To Do Math
52:32
model them with parents there
Heidi Wright
52:41
Modeling and sending home games
Maria Gutleben
52:46
Math night on Family Night after Covid
courtney scoby
52:48
Having games, supplies, and materials prepped for families to take home with them
Karry Betson
52:54
Play a game with them and share ideas for using it at home.
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
52:57
Teach at school and send home.
Donald Torres
53:04
I think giving the parents OTHER options is a good thing, not simply paper and pencil
Sienna Campbell
53:08
If there are multiple K teachers, set up game stations where parents to go around and learn and play each game for 5 minutes
Belinda Smith
53:17
math games and ice cream night, take them home after
pamelawellspeters
53:18
packets to take home with a video for them to see the game in action.
faulkner_kimberly
53:25
these are games they can play with grandparents over zoom
Luke McDonald
53:29
Giving parents a chance to see how excited their kids are to do these activities and learn
dianakurka
53:31
For a math night we had firefighters come in and we even measured some of their equipment.
Heidi Wright
53:33
A relief for both parent and child
wendydouglas
53:49
Sienna, one of my schools did a similar math event. Very popular!
Susan Ready To Do Math
53:58
We use dice and shakers that I got from Donors Choose. The company is Box cars and one-eyed-jacks
wendydouglas
54:22
Box cars & one-eyed-jacks is awesome!!!
Susan Ready To Do Math
54:23
Shakers are basically pill containers without the Su-Sat written on them.
Deirdre Washburn
54:59
The students love the games. I have been sending them home after we play them in school. I haven
Deirdre Washburn
55:16
’T had any family feedback yet
Sienna Campbell
55:24
I was also thinking it would be cool if there was a little stamp card where the kids could get a stamp at each station and then put in the card at the end for a drawing.
Donald Torres
58:54
I think is a wonderful idea…I want to start a parent night one on one with all my students parents, different days and have this discussion
Angel Atkins
01:01:09
15 X 29
Angel Atkins
01:01:22
5th-grade
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:01:22
And it has to be an equation as opposed to comparing with >, <, =
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:01:26
?
lee_helen
01:01:32
Do you need a $10 bill or $20 bill for something that costs $12?
Donald Torres
01:01:34
I think you have to know your audience, then come up with a problem
becky.long
01:01:37
Long division
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:01:39
9x7 Third Grade
Heidi Wright
01:01:51
123 + 57. 2nd grade
Morris White
01:01:51
How can we find the timer?
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:01:53
1/4. 1/5. 1/6
Sienna Campbell
01:01:55
5th Grade. I would put 36 x 11
Angel Atkins
01:01:58
Yes, Becky, long division also
Melissa
01:02:01
first grade:
wendydouglas
01:02:20
My Grade 5 students are struggling with story problems. Eureka math has multi-step story problems.
Deirdre Washburn
01:02:24
Place value addition
Melissa
01:02:26
8+7, 80+7, 80+17, 85+17 show progression in first grade
Donald Torres
01:02:39
Maybe put various problems on the board and have parents choose…
wendydouglas
01:02:42
yes, THREE reads! I agree.
Jacob Groll
01:03:17
Representing related facts
wendydouglas
01:03:21
Donald, everyday I put various problems on the board and allow students to choose.
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:03:54
Top problem: Difference
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:04:04
Bottom : take away.
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:04:15
That is a really new way for me to think about the difference between those words
courtney scoby
01:05:29
17x29
Heidi Wright
01:05:30
17 x 29
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:05:32
17x29
tdodd
01:05:35
17x29
Sienna Campbell
01:05:35
17 x 29
Blessing Ihedioha
01:05:35
17X29
Luke McDonald
01:05:36
17x29
Deirdre Washburn
01:05:36
17x29
Gina St Clair
01:05:40
17 x 29
becky.long
01:05:41
17 X 29
Jacob Groll
01:05:45
17 x 29
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
01:05:49
17x29
pamelawellspeters
01:05:51
17x29
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:06:09
17 X 29 is. but we see it as (17 X 30)-b17
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:06:29
-17
Donald Torres
01:07:14
Are there better math problems than others to use for parents?
Angel Atkins
01:09:21
One of students explained how they got the answer and said “I did a make 10….” That made me smile that they spoke it that way
Donald Torres
01:09:55
Thank you
Maria Gutleben
01:10:39
There is a team building activity that has the team doing several tasks at once. One is always a physical and the other is an academic. Wouldn’t that be fun to do it with math problems?
Melissa
01:12:06
How do you respond to comments about using calculators or phones to solve problems? Or the comment that they don't have to know facts because of calculators?
Angel Atkins
01:13:02
Great questions Melissa.
wendydouglas
01:13:27
great question, Melissa! I had a 5th grader who doesn’t know how to tell time tell me that he looked at the time on his computer!
becky.long
01:13:29
I like the team building idea
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:14:04
We have family literacy luncheons since parent will not come after work. I have packets of games they rotate to for math engagement
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:14:12
I really appreciate having parents discuss their own thought processes and the “strategy you wished you’d come up with”
Deirdre Washburn
01:14:27
I have students that tell me if we are going over in time and let me know what we should be doing at this time…This is a first. It is nice
Donald Torres
01:14:41
I like the idea regarding having the parents share their strategies
pamelawellspeters
01:14:42
Having games out that they can play that don’t take much explanation while people are arriving .
Angel Atkins
01:14:44
Having parents be involved in solving math and sharing out their thinking so they can see other learn differently also.
Dan May
01:14:49
1 calculator/phone for Christmas; minus 1 calculator / phone falls into the pond; = 0 calculator / phone. You have $20. To spend and $1.99 plus 15.42 = then take that away from $20. Do u have enough?
tdodd
01:14:50
Strategies - this can be an eye opener for adults/parents
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:15:01
Sorry I was late! We had a PD go until 4:25 today.
Heidi Wright
01:15:09
Good idea to email packets with game and thinking sharing ideas and then do family math and share their experiences
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
01:15:16
Having materials and games that they can take home with them afterwards
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:15:16
games I know the kids will win because we just did them in class! They have to explain the rules and be the moderators!
Donald Torres
01:15:17
See how strategies have evolved over the years
Luke McDonald
01:15:34
Using grade-level problems to have parents think about their own thinking. This can open the door to them thinking about they way their kids think. Lots of thinking!
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:15:51
I always see value in having people articulate their thinking for each other. They can see the connections, and the different approaches
Sienna Campbell
01:16:05
I would have a fun "counting corner" for young kids to have fun making piles and sorting objects. Everything from recycled bottles to cool rocks would lend variety to it. Maybe there could be a scavenger hunt involved, like, "Find two pairs of socks. How many are there?" "Find seven bottles. If you take away one, how many are there?"
becky.long
01:16:20
Math scavenger hunt
Deirdre Washburn
01:16:22
I like just playing with numbers. I believe students and parents think math is “hard” it isn’t it just takes work. Math is really fun. If we can get the students to have fun and include parents in the fun we could break this barrier
Cindi Faubion
01:16:58
I agree
Dan May
01:17:18
1 calculator/phone for Christmas; minus 1 calculator / phone falls into the pond; = 0 calculator / phone. You have $20.00 to spend and two items cost $1.99 plus 15.42 = then take that away from $20. Do u have enough?
Deirdre Washburn
01:17:22
17x29
Maria Gutleben
01:17:28
We did a photography scavenger hunt on cultural things but we could do it with math. Find 7 stop signs. What is the fastest speed allowed in town?
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:17:31
But, because you have that fluency…
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:17:32
I saw a hilarious photo from around April or May when home parents were fed up. One mom took all of her Tupperware lids and told the kids to sort them, measure them, and find the matching containers. That killed two or three birds with math skills (not to mention keeping them busy for a while!)
Cindi Faubion
01:17:47
Good one DAN
Deirdre Washburn
01:18:05
Lol…
Dan May
01:18:34
Thank you, Cindi!
Melissa
01:18:34
thank you. I like that line of questioning
Maria Gutleben
01:18:35
There is a game where kids can compete with each other. Brains vs calculators vs internet
Dan May
01:19:07
A student here really did drop his phone in the pond recently.
Dan May
01:19:40
Therefore, based on a true story!
Dan May
01:21:24
BTW—the pandemic here is (or recently was) the highest per capita nation wide—so we’re just getting started with full distance ed.
Angel Atkins
01:23:50
myth
Angel Atkins
01:24:04
Turth
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:24:05
myth
Angel Atkins
01:24:07
truth
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
01:24:08
truth
courtney scoby
01:24:08
myth
Maria Gutleben
01:24:10
truth
Blessing Ihedioha
01:24:10
Truth
faulkner_kimberly
01:24:11
true
becky.long
01:24:13
truth
Donald Torres
01:24:13
truth
Sienna Campbell
01:24:19
truth
courtney scoby
01:24:25
Truth
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:24:31
truth
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:27:31
Please remind me of whereto folders are..I missed where you said
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:27:43
Thank you
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:29:03
Oh I will
Jennifer Bay-Williams
01:29:25
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1_ySzZZX35MUEnJL3vfDYIRlNu_zSRSIsyPxbP6Doa50/viewer?f=1
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:30:17
So I need to open a new one not use your board?
Angel Atkins
01:30:19
Mine said I needed to request access, not sure about everyone else
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:30:21
I had to request access for this above link
Gina St Clair
01:30:26
Mine says I don’t have access.
becky.long
01:30:32
Mine also
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
01:30:35
Me too
Jennifer Bay-Williams
01:30:56
https://jamboard.google.com/d/1_ySzZZX35MUEnJL3vfDYIRlNu_zSRSIsyPxbP6Doa50/viewer?f=1
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:31:46
yes but I cannot move. Do I nedto open my link/
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:32:21
yes
Donald Torres
01:32:24
I tried…I’m holding fast with this link
Donald Torres
01:34:04
I am getting the BOOK!
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:34:08
No roblem...
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:34:11
problem
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:34:42
think so
Karry Betson
01:34:42
No
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:34:42
YES
lee_helen
01:34:43
no
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
01:34:43
no
Donald Torres
01:34:44
not
Gina St Clair
01:34:44
no
Belinda Smith
01:34:44
no
Currier_Katelyn
01:34:45
no
faulkner_kimberly
01:34:46
no
Deirdre Washburn
01:34:46
no
Lindsay STURM
01:34:47
no
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:34:47
no
becky.long
01:34:48
no
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:34:51
marilyn burns
Heidi Wright
01:34:53
no
Stephanie Brewer
01:34:53
no
Sienna Campbell
01:34:54
looks familiar but I can't remember the rules
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
01:34:55
no
wendydouglas
01:34:59
I’ve seen it before. Many years ago.
Donald Torres
01:35:12
Division
Dan May
01:35:16
no
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:36:56
Yes!
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:37:22
9 9
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:37:56
Move 5 to 8
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:38:18
8 and 6
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:38:33
5 and 4
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:38:44
Uh huh!
Cindi Faubion
01:39:10
funfun
Cindi Faubion
01:39:23
Does it need INTERNET
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:39:44
and laminate them…I you’re sending home
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:40:25
Ahahaha!
Sienna Campbell
01:40:47
Just curious..how long would beans last like that? Years?
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:40:55
yes, years
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:41:03
I have some from 2005…
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:41:10
I know it’s glossy...
Sienna Campbell
01:41:11
Okay, thanks!
dianakurka
01:41:20
I only sprayed one side of white beans and they lasted for the entire year!
dianakurka
01:41:40
I didn’t have to flip them. :)
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:42:52
6-3-2
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:42:55
3-2
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
01:42:59
6-3-2
pamelawellspeters
01:43:02
6-3-2
Deirdre Washburn
01:43:04
6-5
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:43:07
3 X 2 divided by 6
courtney scoby
01:43:16
6-3-2
Angel Atkins
01:43:19
(2x3)÷6
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:43:28
Oh! good one @susan and angel
becky.long
01:43:32
6-3-2
Cindi Faubion
01:44:05
No for 2
wendydouglas
01:44:23
2 could be 6x2/6
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:44:28
Then you could get 2
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:44:35
6 divided by 3
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:44:44
6/3
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:44:46
3 squared -6
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:44:47
6/2
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:44:52
6/2
becky.long
01:44:53
6/2
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:44:53
6-2
Gina St Clair
01:45:00
6 x 2 divided by 3
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:45:02
3+2
becky.long
01:45:10
6/3*2
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:45:12
3*2
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:45:14
3-2 X 6
Blessing Ihedioha
01:45:30
6+3-2
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:45:37
6+3-2
Donald Torres
01:46:09
Cool game
Cindi Faubion
01:46:17
Fun fun
Blessing Ihedioha
01:46:18
Nice game
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:48:05
5
Sienna Campbell
01:48:06
5
Cindi Faubion
01:48:06
5
courtney scoby
01:48:11
5
pamelawellspeters
01:48:13
5
Cindi Faubion
01:48:58
You got 3
Angel Atkins
01:49:36
12
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:49:38
12
Cindi Faubion
01:49:39
2x6 x 1
courtney scoby
01:49:40
12
Cindi Faubion
01:49:41
12
Blessing Ihedioha
01:49:44
12
pamelawellspeters
01:49:45
12
Gina St Clair
01:49:46
12
becky.long
01:49:51
12
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:49:53
12
Jacob Groll
01:50:00
12
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:50:08
4
Cindi Faubion
01:50:15
4
Donald Torres
01:51:27
I was private messaging someone
Donald Torres
01:51:31
sorry
Donald Torres
01:51:47
I am terrible with technology
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:52:24
Scvanger hunt of numbers around the community…
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:52:37
They would have a check off check or maybe a 100s chat to mark off
lee_helen
01:52:47
project on smart board in classroom
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
01:52:48
Scavenger hunt is a fun Covid event!
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:52:53
Such great activities to teach and use with families. I think a savager hunt of numbers while hunting or at fish camp
Donald Torres
01:53:00
Street addresses
Sienna Campbell
01:53:21
1. I think we need to get parents and kids hooked on the games right there instead of just "teach and take home".
Donald Torres
01:53:23
yes
pamelawellspeters
01:53:33
numbers on their address or phone number they can begin to learn them as well.
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
01:53:37
Frequent game nights with support and consistent messaging - staff going around helping with “think alouds” and verbalizing strategy
Heidi Wright
01:53:43
For science focus use math for identifying differences in plant
Donald Torres
01:53:47
It was an activity walking to our museum
Luke McDonald
01:53:48
Parents/students can do all sorts of math at the store
becky.long
01:53:50
play games with silly prizes
faulkner_kimberly
01:53:55
family game night on zoom with my class and encourage the parents to participate
Sienna Campbell
01:53:59
I think this would be a perfect Title I event and there's always money for food and prizes for these events.
Deirdre Washburn
01:54:05
I am having a hard time thinking outside the COVID box. I love the games and am teaching them to the students but don’t have a lot of parent or family time right now…sorry
Heidi Wright
01:54:08
Have families share their games of math from home
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:54:12
count the car colors - each person picks a color and you stand on a street or in your yard if its a busy street
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:54:32
See how many cars you get in 2 minutes, three,etc
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:54:47
find numbers in nature
tdodd
01:54:57
Measurements and estimations on every day items - see who is closest and share what strategy they used
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:55:05
Like a 8 in a snowman
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:55:25
11 could be skis on their tips
Heidi Wright
01:55:34
Oh yes - what numbers do they see in shapes in their world
Angel Atkins
01:56:17
The tortoise still wins, love it
Susan Ready To Do Math
01:56:47
AHAHAHA!
Heidi Wright
01:56:54
LOL
Angel Atkins
01:56:57
Slow and steady and you will still get there
Cindi Faubion
01:57:08
That is great
Cindi Faubion
01:57:12
Just like the real story
Deirdre Washburn
01:57:19
Now that is funny!
Kiersten Kralovetz
01:57:29
:D
Deirdre Washburn
02:00:03
Using the language with the students and have them use it as well
pamelawellspeters
02:00:06
the order of teaching the stategies
Lindsay STURM
02:00:11
I love the collection of new games to add to my classroom
Brianna (Blatchford) Wheeler
02:00:12
Power of play (for students and parents both)
JENNIFER SCHMIDT-HUTCHINS
02:00:22
Purposeful games for reinforcement, practice, and assessment!
Angel Atkins
02:00:23
The different ways to assess fact fluency and practicing at home
Val McLeod - 3rd grade
02:00:25
strategy talk
Cindi Faubion
02:00:25
The idea that math FLUENCY is just as important as Reading FLUENCY and can be observed and taught in some of the same ways.
Luke McDonald
02:00:27
Its so important for kids to have lots of opportunities to learn strategies
becky.long
02:00:28
The efficacy of playing games in teaching strategies
Susan Ready To Do Math
02:00:29
These games made the parents really appreciate what we do in the classroom, especially when they do not win and become bad sports! They really like the games we gave to take home
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
02:00:30
The automaticity taught with games that I can play w/ my kids in class for a short reprieve
Kiersten Kralovetz
02:00:30
How timed test negatively affect students!
faulkner_kimberly
02:00:31
the importance of teaching strategies to my kids and sharing the information with parents
wendydouglas
02:00:43
The games have been extremely helpful. I like how simple the games can be and that they don’t involve a lot of prep. They can be moved down to simply making TEN or used for more complex problems.
tdodd
02:00:44
Assessments that fit the student
Stephanie Brewer
02:00:46
The three phases! They were new to me and will help parents, I think
courtney scoby
02:00:49
The games in teaching strategies
Karry Betson
02:00:54
Games! Fun and a great learning tool.
Gina St Clair
02:01:04
Assessing fact fluency orally. I can see their thinking. They are excited about it and let me know when they are ready to be assessed for a new number.
Angel Atkins
02:01:07
3 phases is great
Heidi Wright
02:01:11
Love the discussion points to have with parents
Donald Torres
02:01:20
A shift in learning math
Melissa
02:01:29
Research, knowledge and how to make fact fluency engaging and enjoyable
Elizabeth Korenek-Johnson
02:01:57
Love all the ideas for HOW to share with and talk to families
Lindsay STURM
02:02:19
this was a great webinar, I love being given so many tangible strategies and things to apply right away in my classroom
Susan Ready To Do Math
02:02:35
Please retype education site these are in
Angel Atkins
02:02:36
Thank you for all the strategies, this has really helped me with this being my first year of teaching
Karry Betson
02:02:38
Thank you!
Sienna Campbell
02:02:40
A total change in my fluency paradigm--I'm humbled by what I didn't know!
courtney scoby
02:02:40
Thank you so much!
Dan May
02:02:42
Thank you!
Susan Ready To Do Math
02:02:48
for games
Cindi Faubion
02:02:53
Quyanna
Susan Ready To Do Math
02:02:58
The Kentucky site too
pamelawellspeters
02:03:00
I really liked your organization and pacing .
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:03:14
https://www.nctm.org/Classroom-Resources/Illuminations/Interactives/Product-Game/
Donald Torres
02:03:17
Thank you! Truly enjoyed your webinar…My students thank you, too!
Melissa Crane
02:03:32
Survey 4 https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2MLQDMK
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:03:58
http://kcm.nku.edu/mathfactfluency/game2.php
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:04:21
http://kcm.nku.edu/mathfactfluency/index.php
faulkner_kimberly
02:04:26
Thank you for the wonderful class!
Susan Ready To Do Math
02:04:57
Thanks for all of these Jennifer. I have loved this math series better than any others I have done this semester
Maria Gutleben
02:05:03
thanks
Melissa
02:05:29
yes, thank you so much
Susan Ready To Do Math
02:05:46
Are you doing any more sessions in the spring for AK?
Cindi Faubion
02:05:49
Thanks for a new look at MATH
Jennifer Bay-Williams
02:06:39
I have truly enjoyed it! Thank YOU ALL :)
Susan Ready To Do Math
02:07:02
Survey DONE!
wendydouglas
02:07:08
I greatly appreciate all of your time and efforts. I agree with everyone that we thank you, our kids and parents thank you!!!!
wendydouglas
02:07:30
You are inspirational!
Dan May
02:07:50
Is this single or double spaced?
Deirdre Washburn
02:08:09
Thank you! This was very informational…and fun!
Maria Gutleben
02:08:17
Any particular font? lol
Heidi Wright
02:09:13
Your love of teaching math is invigorating