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MP6 - Mapping a Parallelogram Onto Itself

How do you provide your students the opportunity to practice I can attend to precision?

Jill and I have worked on a leveled learning progression for MP6: 206 more words

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MP6 - Mapping a Figure Onto Itself

How do you provide your students the opportunity to practice I can attend to precision?

Jill and I have worked on a leveled learning progression for MP6: 373 more words

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Squares on the Coordinate Grid

I’ve written before about Squares on the Coordinate Grid, an Illustrative Mathematics task using coordinate geometry.

CCSS-M G-GPE.B.7 Use coordinates to compute perimeters of polygons and areas of triangles and rectangles, e.g., using the distance formula. 133 more words

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MP5 - The Center of the Circle

How do you give students the opportunity to practice “I can use appropriate tools strategically”?

How would your students find the center of a circle? 183 more words

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MP5: The Traveling Point

How do you give students the opportunity to practice “I can use appropriate tools strategically”?

When we have a new type of problem to think about, I am learning to have students give their best guess of the solution first. 148 more words

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Assessing the Centroid of a Triangle

The centroid of a triangle is often called the balancing point of the triangle. It is the point at which the medians of the triangle intersect. 138 more words

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When Your Team Is Working Well Together

Have you seen Jill Gough’s blog post Strategic Teaming: leadership, voice, our hopes and dreams? Jill reminds us that strong teams both set norms for their work together and then self assess to ensure that they are functioning within their norms. 251 more words

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