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So many resources stored in so many different places, so little time! One of the biggest universal frustrations of teachers seems to be finding the things they need.
I love this blog because I have a chance to bring (hopefully!) relevant and useful topics based on a snapshot of what is going on in schools every day! Today, we’re going to tackle subtraction with regrouping.
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Let’s take a deeper look at number talks!
As math teachers, many of us have been implementing number talks for quite some time.
Picture a number talk in your classroom. All of your students are gathered and listening attentively.
Whole numbers are a familiar concept, one we can wrap our brains around. Consequently, whole number number talks seem to be pretty simple. However, when it comes to fractions, most of us have an anxiety about them, even in our everyday life.
So you know you should be incorporating number talks into your classroom, but maybe you’re just not sure what they are all about and how to get started. Well today’s blog will help give you the information you need to understand what number talks are all about!