For Week 2 of the MTBoS Blogging Initiation, I’ve decided to write about my favorite tweets. Or more accurately, tweets that I have favorited and quickly forgotten.
1) In Matt Larson‘s engaging ignite talk, he wants us to seek equilibrium by teaching How, Why and When:
— The Math Forum (@themathforum) January 6, 2016
2) Graham Fletcher‘s “Progression of Multiplication and the Standard Traditional Algorithm” video enthralls me. I didn’t learn to multiply this way, so it’s extremely helpful to see how the earlier connections students will now be making, are going to make it easier for them learn high school math one day.
— Dan Meyer (@ddmeyer) December 28, 2015
3) I am loving all the Desmos Activity Builders everyone is sharing, and these two from Laurie B look particularly fun for our upcoming unit on exponentials:
— Laurie B-Worthington (@lauriebworthy) December 19, 2015
4) I agree with Sadie! This Common Core coherence map is very helpful!
— Sadie Estrella (@wahedahbug) August 26, 2015
5) This activity from Dylan Kane gives students the chance to examine the properties and structure of polynomials as they determine which one doesn’t belong.
— Lisa Henry (@lmhenry9) August 12, 2015