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Tag Archives: SMP
Get Your Model On: Modeling in the Elementary Grades
Dan Meyer’s work on mathematical modeling has been instrumental in shaping my own understanding. I’m super thankful for Dan’s commitment to SMP #4 over the years. So when he recently posted that he was shifting gears, I was bummed. It was like … Continue reading
More than one way to skin a task!
I tried “the Big Pad” with a 4th grade class and my anticipation of possible solutions was way off!!! I mean, c’mon Graham, think outside the box. Our students attacked this problem in more ways than a charter bus filled with senior citizens attacks an … Continue reading
Posted in Fractions, Making Math Accessible, Math Tools, Modeling, Patient Problem Solving, SMPs
Tagged 3act task, 4th grade, manipulatives, Mathematical Practice, modeling, postits, SMP
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What’s Left to Teach Now? Modeling…That’s What!
My dear friend Krystal Shaw texted me this Vimeo Clip at 5:23am so I knew it had to be good… My gut reaction…this is awesome! The focus on number crunching has superseded our students’ ability to problem solve for far too long. There’s … Continue reading