Give students several copies of the same image – along with ample space to notice – and they will amaze you.  In this post, you’ll be taken on a tour of noticing.  At the end of the video, you’ll find a page which you can download and use with your students.  I encourage you to show…

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How is math like peanut butter?  How are prime numbers like glue? Here is an instructional strategy that you can quickly use to help students to think carefully about the attributes of two very unlike ideas. This post ends differently than my other animated posts.  It ends with a challenge.  I am looking for at…

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Today I would like to share a classroom activity which I call Math in Motion.  This activity provides a rich opportunity for formative assessment, differentiation, practice, and instruction.  See the video below as well as the links to download the math in motion pages.  I hope this idea will become a powerful practice in your…

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