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Recharge and Write is a cooperative learning strategy that works well in many subject areas to foster higher level thinking and discussion, and in this video Laura Candler explains how to use it for math problem solving. The strategy is quite simple, yet it's extremely powerful due to the structure

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These note-taking handouts were created for my webinar, Math Problem Solving: Mindsets Matter. During that session, I shared engaging strategies to help students overcome math anxiety and develop a growth mindset toward problem solving. I examined the research related to 6 commonly-held beliefs abou

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Also included in: Math Word Problems Bundle with Editable Multi-step Problems and Webinar

Teaching a wide variety of multiplication strategies will help students to be more successful! In this FREE video, I share five of my favorite strategies, or models, that help students to understand what multiplication is. This quick video provides ideas for introducing multiplication and suggestion

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This Math Mindset Challenges Word Problems and Webinar Bundle consists of two products designed to foster a math mindset: The Math Problem Solving Webinar PD and Math Mindset Challenges: Editable Multi-step Word Problems. Please check out those resources using the links below, and if you like both o

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In Math Problem Solving: Mindsets Matter, Laura Candler shares engaging strategies to help students overcome math anxiety and develop a growth mindset toward problem solving. She also shares the research regarding 6 commonly-held beliefs about math, and the implications of that research for mathemat

Also included in: Math Mindset Challenges Bundle | Editable Multi-step Word Problems and Webinar

This product includes all of the icons of depth and complexity, as well as the content imperatives. They are frequently known as the GATE Icons as they encourage deeper thinking with a more worldly view.
You will find two sets included: one with labels and one without.
Print, laminate, and and a

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This 3.5 minute video uses the formula for the area of a circle to explain why it’s always best to buy a larger pizza. This is NEED TO KNOW information!
Mmmmmmmm…
Enjoy!
www.elementarymathconsultant.com

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Steps for Visualizing
This is a printable list of the suggested steps to explicitly teach your students how to visualize, from the most concrete to the most abstract. It is based on the research found in Building Mathematical Comprehension by Laney Sammons and intended to be used as a professional

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So often teachers are asked to teach math standards—whether they be from the Common Core or other rigorous standards—and aren’t given enough help. This edition focuses on the concept of multiplicative comparison as required by the Common Core and other state standards. (4.OA.A.1) and is geared to

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Also included in: More Than a Math Center Grade 4 Operations and Algebraic Thinking Bundle

So often teachers are asked to teach math standards—whether they be from the Common Core or other rigorous standards—and aren’t given enough help. This edition focuses on multistep word problems and estimation strategies (4.OA.A.3) and is geared toward solving a few problems for teachers!
*We

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Also included in: More Than a Math Center Grade 4 Operations and Algebraic Thinking Bundle

DO YOU HAVE TO COVER THE STUDENT EXPECTATION OR TEKS WITH YOUR STUDENTS BEFORE EVERY NEW LESSON? By experience I've learned that students don't understand the main VERB in the student expectation. These same verbs that they don't know the meaning of are seen in their actual state exams and the chanc

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So often teachers are asked to teach math standards—whether they be from the Common Core or other rigorous standards—and aren’t given enough help. This edition focuses on the concept of multiplicative and additive comparison problems as required by the Common Core and other state standards. (4.OA

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Also included in: More Than a Math Center Grade 4 Operations and Algebraic Thinking Bundle

This mini-assessment is designed to illustrate the important content standard 2.OA.A.1, which sets an expectation for using addition and subtraction within 100 to solve one- and two-step word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, wit

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This is my "Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math" Presentation (Smartboard) that I presented in San Antonio, Texas for 2016 CAMT (Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching). It has 78 slides total. EVERYTHING ~ All of the Math Tricks and Teaching Treats I presented at CAMT.
Be sure to

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This curriculum is meant to directly address the need to teach students problem solving skills and strategies in mathematics. The frame: Know Think Work Check builds from solid proven problem solving schemes and reframes them for the Common Core and for working with Elementary School students.
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Mind Reader Math Game Freebie
Your kids will LOVE to play this place value game to practice inferring and predicting in math class! No prep, no worksheets. It is perfect for when you have just a few minutes to spare, but don't want to waste the instructional time. This includes a printable PDF in b

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This file contains an overview of partner math talks, strategies for making it work, and a description of 4 different math talks to be used with students of all ages! These structures can be used with any problem solving problem!
The math talks include:
Share and Compare
Listen and Repeat
Look and

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Question Prompts for Math Teachers Freebie (Printable) It can be a challenge to maintain higher-order thinking throughout your entire math lesson. I urge you to dedicate some of that precious wall space to YOU, the teacher! With one glance at these questions, you will find the words you need to deep

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Poster for Each of these Susan O'Connell strategies
Act It Out
Look Back
Work Backwards
Solve an Easier Problem
Use Objects
Draw a Table
Find a Pattern
Use Logical Reasoning
Guess and Check
Make an Organized List
Poster for the Polya 4 step problem solving process
Think About it- Make a Plan-

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I have always loved the idea of Sherlock Holmes being a model for how we can solve problems. This powerpoint goes through 6 key strategies we can learn from Sherlock on how to solve Word Problems.
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at teacher conferences,
for standardized test strategies with students,

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Math Problem Solving
Four-Step Problem Solving. What is it?
Four-Step Problem Solving is a strategy to break-up the mental process of problem solving into simple step-by-step procedures in order to easily determine the correct approach to solving word problem.
*This process causes a child to slow

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This Problem Solving curriculum includes strategies and skills meant to better students ability to solve mathematics problems. It is built using proven problem solving strategies and framed using the Common Core Math Practice Standards.
You will find: 33 pages of material -
Overview to problem so

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