#TCMchat Archive


Wednesday January 11, 2017
9:00 PM EST

  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:00 PM EST
    Hi @zack_hill 👋 #TCMchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:00 PM EST
    Q1 How is the planning for a math discussion different from the planning for a more traditional math lesson? #TCMchat
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:00 PM EST
    We are pleased that you are here. Let’s get to know each other. #TCMchat
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:00 PM EST
    As we chat tonight keep the 2018 Focus Issue in mind. The submission deadline is July 31, 2017. #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:01 PM EST
    Zak Champagne here. Excited to join this #TCMChat on math discourse. I've been working on being a better listener. So this is perfect for me
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:02 PM EST
    Toni Chieppa, 5th grade teacher #TCMchat
  • FloradTeach Jan 11 @ 9:02 PM EST
    Happy Anniversary #TCMChat, glad I found you!
  • caroleseubert Jan 11 @ 9:02 PM EST
    #TCMchat Carole S....Math Instructional Lead Teacher K-6...Greetings all!
    In reply to @TCM_at_NCTM
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:03 PM EST
    Hilary Kreisberg here. I provide professional development on math discourse to K-8 Ts and am excited to learn more! #tcmchat
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:03 PM EST
    Zack Hill, K-5 Math Coach #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:04 PM EST
    It's been a great year #TCMChat friends! This thing works because of our community. Love to you all!
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:04 PM EST
    Mike. K-5 math instructional coach in Central PA. #tcmchat
  • mrsperryd Jan 11 @ 9:04 PM EST
    Hello. Debbie Perry Elementary Math Lab Teacher #tcmchat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:04 PM EST
    #TCMchat Nancy Belkov, author, consultant, math coach joining TCM chat on discourse.. one of my favorite topics!
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:04 PM EST
    Howdy #TCMchat. Glad to be here. Annie from @themathforum, sometimes K-5 math coach, among other things.
    In reply to @themathforum
  • lsparks262 Jan 11 @ 9:05 PM EST
    Leslie Sparks 2nd grade teacher from Port Orange Elem. #TCMchat
  • caroleseubert Jan 11 @ 9:05 PM EST
    #TCMchat A1 - Listening keenly and being very flexible for connection making
    In reply to @TCM_at_NCTM
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:06 PM EST
    #tcmchat Hi! Margie from PA K-12 Math Coach Glad to be here, but wifi is acting funky tonight. May be in and out
  • bkdidact Jan 11 @ 9:07 PM EST
    Hey #TCMchat join @jennifuhs4 tomorrow for #SwDMathChat
    In reply to @jennifuhs4
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:07 PM EST
    The Florida crew is strong tonight! @zack_hill @lsparks262 @mrsperryd @tmchiepp Gold you all are here. #TCMChat
    In reply to @zack_hill, @lsparks262, @mrsperryd, @tmchiepp
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:07 PM EST
    The Florida crew is strong tonight! @zack_hill @lsparks262 @mrsperryd @tmchiepp Glad you all are here. #TCMChat
    In reply to @zack_hill, @lsparks262, @mrsperryd, @tmchiepp
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:07 PM EST
    Twana Young, Education consultant working w. Ts, Ss & Ps on math instruction. Excited for tonight's chat #TCMchat
  • megyzr Jan 11 @ 9:08 PM EST
    Hi! I'm Megan PK-G8 teaching and learning coach, mathematics. American School of Dubai #TCMchat
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:08 PM EST
    A1: the lesson design includes selecting, anticipating, and monitoring the discussion includes sequencing and connecting #TCMChat
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:09 PM EST
    Hopefully everyone has seen your #CMCmath #ignite about listening! #TCMchat https://t.co/TCuOuv3cRR
    In reply to @Zakchamp
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:09 PM EST
    A1- Does it have to be different? I think it's just the same! Anticipating Ss responses, Monitoring & Selecting Ss work, Connecting #TCMchat
  • poly_math_ Jan 11 @ 9:09 PM EST
    Congrats to @TCM_at_NCTM on your 1-yr #TCMchat anniversary! On behalf of the @MTMS_at_NCTM panel!
    In reply to @TCM_at_NCTM, @MTMS_at_NCTM
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:09 PM EST
    Hey #TCMChat peeps - Make sure you check out #SWMathChat. And of course, keeping up with @bkdidact is a must!
    In reply to @bkdidact
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:10 PM EST
    Write! We need your voices #TCMChat
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:10 PM EST
    Q2 What are some of your favorite tasks that you’ve used to drive math discussions in the classroom? #TCMchat
  • susiekatt Jan 11 @ 9:10 PM EST
    #TCMchat Hi from Nebraska! Susie Katt, K-2 Math coordinator. Excited to be a part of this chat!
  • KatePeterson123 Jan 11 @ 9:10 PM EST
    Hi! Kate Peterson from MA, 2nd Gr Title 1 Teacher #TCMchat
  • megyzr Jan 11 @ 9:11 PM EST
    A1: plan for T moves that allow S voice, stems for Ss to use to talk, set up culture of "how" we talk about our thinking/learning #TCMchat
  • normabgordon Jan 11 @ 9:11 PM EST
    Norma coach+ from MA just popping in and out tonight #TCMChat
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:11 PM EST
    A1 I think the planning includes a deliberate flexibility because you never know the exact twists and turns of the conversation. #TCMchat
  • devin_andersond Jan 11 @ 9:12 PM EST
    Hello Devin from Columbus, Ohio. #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:12 PM EST
    A2 - Notice/Wonder, 3 Act Tasks, estimation 180, open middle. #TCMChat
  • FloradTeach Jan 11 @ 9:12 PM EST
    A1 Need to lay foundation, ground rules when discussing topics, math or otherwise. @Mme_Lachance used these sentences to guide Ss #TCMChat
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:12 PM EST
    #tcmchat A1: being intentional in choosing rich tasks, anticipating Ss responses & possible struggles, allowing Ss opportunity to dialogue
  • LooneyMath Jan 11 @ 9:12 PM EST
    Hi Sue from Boston area. Math consultant #TCMchat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:12 PM EST
    A1 Agreed. Traditionally S thinking wasn't always focused on! #TCMchat
    In reply to @megyzr
  • MrsKuepper Jan 11 @ 9:13 PM EST
    Hi! Kayla Kuepper, T1 Teacher in Avon, IN #tcmchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:13 PM EST
    Ooooh. Deliberate flexibility. I like this play on words. You plan for what may happen, but prepare for the unexpected. #TCMChat
    • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:11 PM EST
      A1 I think the planning includes a deliberate flexibility because you never know the exact twists and turns of the conversation. #TCMchat
  • devin_andersond Jan 11 @ 9:14 PM EST
    A1: Traditional planning may have been more about "activities". Planning for discourse has more intentionality & anticipation. #TCMchat
  • MrsKuepper Jan 11 @ 9:14 PM EST
    A2: https://t.co/L1kf71Z04y I used this in teaching my 1st graders to talk about math. It had variety and more than one answer! #tcmchat
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:14 PM EST
    A1: Plan higher level Qs that move beyond recall and rote memory. Probs w/ more than 1 poss answer. Prompts that stir debate. #TCMChat
  • poly_math_ Jan 11 @ 9:14 PM EST
    Hi from NY. Math chair, educator, teacher educator and chair of @MTMS_at_NCTM. Glad to join @TCM_at_NCTM tonight. #TCMchat
    In reply to @MTMS_at_NCTM, @TCM_at_NCTM
  • mathcoachrivera Jan 11 @ 9:14 PM EST
    A2: using any of @gfletchy 3 act tasks always gets kids excited and talking. #tcmchat
    In reply to @gfletchy
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:15 PM EST
    Q2- Number Talks and @FractionTalks are my current favorite - can be applied to anything! #TCMchat
    In reply to @FractionTalks
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:15 PM EST
    #tcmchat A2 Love Notice & Wonder (@MFAnnie @maxmathforum ) 3-act tasks (@gfletchy ) & numberless word problems (@bstockus )
    In reply to @MFAnnie, @maxmathforum, @gfletchy, @bstockus
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:16 PM EST
    Definitely! #TCMChat
    • KatePeterson123 Jan 11 @ 9:14 PM EST
      YES! to your list...also WODB!
      In reply to @Zakchamp
  • caroleseubert Jan 11 @ 9:16 PM EST
    #TCMchat A2 Almost anything that's puzzle based or opened- something about multiple ways of seeing & possible paths to success
    In reply to @TCM_at_NCTM
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:16 PM EST
    So much is in the timing & way task is used. Favorite tasks include focus on problems, ideas Ss will wonder about! #TCMchat
    In reply to @Zakchamp
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:16 PM EST
    A1 Mindset must be ready 2 engage Ss differently Ts step back let Ss lead Be ready 2 explore Ss thinking right & not so right #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:17 PM EST
    Good call on the numberless word problems Margie! #TCMChat
    In reply to @pearse_margie, @MFAnnie, @maxmathforum, @gfletchy, @bstockus
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:17 PM EST
    A2: Which One Doesn't Belong, Notice/Wonder, What different ways can this be solved? Create discussions and really facilitate SMP3 #TCMChat
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:17 PM EST
    Q2: to add to the list, Number Talks (open strategy sharing) followed by compare and connect or what's best and why? #TCMchat
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:17 PM EST
    #tcmchat A2: Love @classroomchef & @openmiddle
    In reply to @classroomchef, @openmiddle
  • devin_andersond Jan 11 @ 9:17 PM EST
    A2: Fosnots contexts for learning, open middle, wodb, and numberless word problems. #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:17 PM EST
    So true right? A great task is only as great as the teacher implementing it. #TCMChat
    In reply to @NancyBelkov
  • megyzr Jan 11 @ 9:18 PM EST
    A2: any open middle or @ddmeyer @mburnsmath, allow pathways based on Ss thinking, work, opps to follow Ss talk, strats, ponder etc.#TCMchat
    In reply to @ddmeyer, @mburnsmath
  • Dina0Brien Jan 11 @ 9:18 PM EST
    A2 Would you Rather Math is good as well #tcmchat
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:19 PM EST
    Yes! Planning & flexibility is key. Important to plan Qs for academic triggers that when explored w. Be rich convo #tcmchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • lsparks262 Jan 11 @ 9:19 PM EST
    A2: Favorite hands down.... Number Talks! Students ❤ to share their thinking! The discussions are priceless. #TCMchat
  • MrsKuepper Jan 11 @ 9:19 PM EST
    A1: Explicitly teaching S how to talk about math. "I agree b/c", "I disagree b/c" The foundation must be taught. #tcmchat
  • LooneyMath Jan 11 @ 9:19 PM EST
    We could add three facts and a fib to this growing list! #TCMchat
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:20 PM EST
    Q3 How do we balance encouraging student creativity with maintaining a focus on the mathematical goal of the lesson? #TCMchat
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:20 PM EST
    Love Which One Doesn't Belong! I've been reading this with my 4 year old and the convos have been so fun. #TCMchat
    In reply to @MikeRashidMath
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:20 PM EST
    Ha! But that's what it's about right? The preparation prepares you for for the unexpected, even though you didn't plan for it. #TCMChat
    • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:17 PM EST
      LOVE what you just wrote. "plan for what may happen, but prepare for the unexpected"... TM that now!
      In reply to @Zakchamp
  • mathcoachrivera Jan 11 @ 9:21 PM EST
    teacher createdhis for a math station. Kids created one and had a math chat with their peers. #tcmchat
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:22 PM EST
    I've been making them up with my 7 year old and she loves them! Comes up with some things I'd never think. #tcmchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • megyzr Jan 11 @ 9:22 PM EST
    A3: T still facilitates, can be paraphrasing to get "big ideas" on the table; interactive mini-lessons, end with "math huddle" #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:22 PM EST
    A3 - question of the night for me. I can't wait to hear answers from my #TCMChat crew on this one.
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:23 PM EST
    @MikeRashidMath Exploring incorrect answers & proving why make 4 great debates too!#TCMChat
    In reply to @MikeRashidMath
    • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:14 PM EST
      A1: Plan higher level Qs that move beyond recall and rote memory. Probs w/ more than 1 poss answer. Prompts that stir debate. #TCMChat
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:23 PM EST
    A3- Math Discourse is NOT show&tell - Its all about how u monitor & select! #TCMchat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:23 PM EST
    #TCMchat Planning Qs ahead to help focus lesson. Qs help connect creative ideas to task by comparing. Love Zak's"Where to you see....?"
  • mathcoachrivera Jan 11 @ 9:24 PM EST
    A2: teacher created this activity for a math station. Kids created one and had a math chat with their peers. #tcmchat
  • Dina0Brien Jan 11 @ 9:24 PM EST
    A3 I think connecting the concepts to each other just keeps it flowing #tcmchat
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:24 PM EST
    A3: I loved that point. Comes up a lot in my work. 1st, T must make sure they keep math goal in mind, not just have fun a activity. #TCMchat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:25 PM EST
    A3Careful selection & Qs that have Ss reason about other Ss ideas keeps creativity on track! #TCMchat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • normabgordon Jan 11 @ 9:25 PM EST
    A3: good question! Anticipate Ss responses note: best when collaborating w/ other Ts. Honor 💡 and use "parking lot" when off-focus #TCMChat
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:25 PM EST
    Nice! Love the creativity. My 4 year old explained that rectangles can lay down or stand up but squares can't. #TCMchat
    In reply to @MikeRashidMath
  • devin_andersond Jan 11 @ 9:25 PM EST
    A3:Partner a strat that celebrates/capitalizes on everyone's thkng ex-gallery walk &one that has more specific purpose ex-congress. #TCMchat
  • KatePeterson123 Jan 11 @ 9:26 PM EST
    Q3 turn and talks allow for all Ss to share their thoughts without taking up too much air time #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:26 PM EST
    This is the central idea of our 2018 focus issue. "Moving Beyond Show and Tell" Got a manuscript in mind? #TCMChat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:26 PM EST
    A3: how does your strategy relate to your partner's (the partner's being closer to the goal) you did this in the video @zack_hill #TCMchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:26 PM EST
    #tcmchat A3: eavesdropping for morsels of good mathematical thinking to connect to purpose. Being intentional when choosing groups to share
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:27 PM EST
    That's awesome for a 4 year old! Here's my favorite that I created. Not always about numbers. https://t.co/3Nhq14L7U7 #TCMchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:27 PM EST
    @MrsKuepper Yes! Ss must learn how 2 share their thinking. Using accountable talk strategies helps promote math communication #tcmchat
    • MrsKuepper Jan 11 @ 9:19 PM EST
      A1: Explicitly teaching S how to talk about math. "I agree b/c", "I disagree b/c" The foundation must be taught. #tcmchat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:27 PM EST
    #TCMchat Ts reflecting in grps on how Qs & facilitation used Ss creative ideas to develop math thkg helps us refine facilitation!
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:28 PM EST
    Yeah, that's one of my "go to's." Even if I don't end up highlighting the strategy, it's deepening understanding. #TCMchat
    In reply to @tmchiepp
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:28 PM EST
    #tcmchat always intentional
    • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:26 PM EST
      #tcmchat A3: eavesdropping for morsels of good mathematical thinking to connect to purpose. Being intentional when choosing groups to share
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:28 PM EST
    Love #WODB! Gave @Trianglemancsd's book to my sister's family. Here's 8 yr old explaining it to grandpa. #TCMchat
    In reply to @MikeRashidMath, @Trianglemancsd
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:28 PM EST
    #TCMChat crew - you are crushing it with your answers to Q3. Such great stuff here.
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:29 PM EST
    A2 Visual math puzzles from #stmath are a great way to engage Ss in discourse #TCMchat
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:30 PM EST
    Absolutely! Keep the focus on the math. #tcmchat
    In reply to @MFAnnie
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:30 PM EST
    Q4 How do you select and use examples of Ss work to support the class in making sense of the ideas shared in a discussion? #TCMchat
  • lsparks262 Jan 11 @ 9:31 PM EST
    A3: It is always about balance! We have to "hook" them & encourage them, so they are able to build the mathematical knowledge! #tcmchat
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:31 PM EST
    Love "keeping creativity on track." Sounds like a gentle guiding back to the goal of the lesson. #TCMchat
    In reply to @NancyBelkov, @Dr_Kreisberg
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:31 PM EST
    Not just keep focus, but know focus, and monitor for Ss understanding goal, not just getting answers. #TCMchat
    In reply to @MikeRashidMath
  • mathteacher5 Jan 11 @ 9:31 PM EST
    A3 SolutionSideline-post nonshared solutions for all to see later. Ask S to make connections from sideline to main points of lesson #TCMChat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:32 PM EST
    We may not think of every possibility. Maybe Qs to help Ss think about what the connections are. #TCMchat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg, @LooneyMath
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:32 PM EST
    Great idea here friends! #TCMChat
    • mathteacher5 Jan 11 @ 9:31 PM EST
      A3 SolutionSideline-post nonshared solutions for all to see later. Ask S to make connections from sideline to main points of lesson #TCMChat
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:33 PM EST
    #tcmchat A4: Anticipate & look for ways to connect. Post in an order that supports intention. Have Ss notice similarities & differences
  • Dina0Brien Jan 11 @ 9:33 PM EST
    A4 it's important to share "best mistakes" as well as "first try solutions" because we learn from both #tcmchat
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:33 PM EST
    A4- Start w low floor --> high ceiling; progressions- choose additive before multiplicative response; concrete-->pic-->abs #TCMchat
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:33 PM EST
    Yes, have to know your destination before you get in the car and put it in drive. #tcmchat
    In reply to @MFAnnie
  • mathcoachrivera Jan 11 @ 9:33 PM EST
    Look for trends in misconceptions and share those after sharing some examples of various correct ways to get to the correct answer #TCMchat
  • FloradTeach Jan 11 @ 9:34 PM EST
    Will be creating WODB pics for the K's when they get off the bus in the morning and line up to be taken to class, any suggestions? #tcmchat
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:34 PM EST
    A4 #TCMchat as suggested by @zack_hill I need to be more deliberate in using the 3rd and 4th bullets more
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • LooneyMath Jan 11 @ 9:35 PM EST
    A4: clipboard cruise for various solutions, then sort and sequence C-R-A ask ss to notice how are these alike? #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:35 PM EST
    A4 - It definitely depends on the mathematical focus of the lesson. But it's not always low, medium, high #TCMChat
  • devin_andersond Jan 11 @ 9:35 PM EST
    A4:Try to use progressions ex: Battista or Fosnot then choose work that will most impact the whole group. Also use in T pd. #TCMchat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:35 PM EST
    A4 #TCMchat Knowing content & what you are looking for. Having Ss make sense of & discuss each other's work.
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:36 PM EST
    #tcmchat Here are a few our kindies loves
    In reply to @FloradTeach
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:36 PM EST
    A4: Select a range of answers from incorrect to correct. Discuss misconceptions, errors, etc. Let students discuss and uncover. #tcmchat
  • KatePeterson123 Jan 11 @ 9:36 PM EST
    Q4 I like to start w idea/strategy that is most common, then select work that is more efficient or not yet shared & make connection #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:37 PM EST
    What a great teacher move. Choose the strategies that will make the greatest impact on the whole group. #TCMChat
    In reply to @devin_andersond
  • FloradTeach Jan 11 @ 9:37 PM EST
    A4 Need 2 know what your goal or expectation for the task and then primarily pick work that represents this,but need to be flexible #tcmchat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:38 PM EST
    Fosnots units are very helpful ! Gallery walks helpful to have Ss make sense of ideas of others. #TCMchat
    In reply to @devin_andersond
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:38 PM EST
    A3 Visible thinking strategies r great 2 help Ss connect convos & keep Q central. It also encourage eval & challenging of thinking #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:38 PM EST
    I worry that always presenting strategies from the least sophisticated to most sophisticated may send the wrong idea #TCMChat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • MikeRashidMath Jan 11 @ 9:38 PM EST
    I like that idea. Let me work on that. I'll let you know. #tcmchat
    In reply to @Dina0Brien, @zack_hill
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:38 PM EST
    A4 - Don't forget about the kids who weren't successful - how do you bring them into it? #TCMchat
  • FloradTeach Jan 11 @ 9:39 PM EST
    Thanks, Margie! Will be working on it this weekend, gave me some ideas! #tcmchat
    In reply to @pearse_margie
  • caroleseubert Jan 11 @ 9:39 PM EST
    A4 Usually look for work that thinking most visible (needs T modeling and S practice) &may be laid out in stages/acts #TCMchat
    In reply to @TCM_at_NCTM
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:39 PM EST
    A4 I like to start with the most accessible, then build from there. Not always starting with most simple #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:39 PM EST
    Low, medium, high is a district initiative here in NE Florida & unfortunately, every lesson ends with that sequence #TCMChat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • lsparks262 Jan 11 @ 9:39 PM EST
    A4: Like using the most common first and then building from there. Ss (all levels)can't wait to share their ideas/thinking #tcmchat
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:40 PM EST
    Right. Is there S work that would give them connection to possible path? #TCMchat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:40 PM EST
    Q5 How do you facilitate student connections during math discussions? (both among students’ ideas and to the goal of the lesson) #TCMchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:40 PM EST
    But yes - for twitter purposes, I think these two things are synonymous. #TCMChat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • MrsKuepper Jan 11 @ 9:40 PM EST
    A4: Name the strategies that Ss came up w/ based on their name. Ss in elem. love this & connect to it. Ex.-Bob's strategy, etc #tcmchat
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:41 PM EST
    I agree. Depends on age. Ss figure out pretty quick if a T saves the "smart" ones for last #TCMchat
    In reply to @Zakchamp, @Dr_Kreisberg
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:41 PM EST
    But work accessible to all gets the ball rolling. Use Qs to bring out sophisticated ideas in all work. #TCMchat
    In reply to @Zakchamp, @Dr_Kreisberg
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:41 PM EST
    @Dina0Brien Agreed! Sharing mistakes helps Ss see them as learning opportunities #TCMchat
    In reply to @Dina0Brien
    • Dina0Brien Jan 11 @ 9:33 PM EST
      A4 it's important to share "best mistakes" as well as "first try solutions" because we learn from both #tcmchat
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:41 PM EST
    This is a question that can't be adequately answered in 140 characters. :) Short answer is no. #TCMChat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • FloradTeach Jan 11 @ 9:42 PM EST
    Need 2 show diff representations but also diff ways of how their understanding is communicated, may be wrong answer but like layout #TCMchat
  • KatePeterson123 Jan 11 @ 9:42 PM EST
    A5 ask student to compare, what do u notice? How can we make this more efficient? Why? #TCMchat
  • mathcoachrivera Jan 11 @ 9:43 PM EST
    Here's an interesting idea on how to share student ideas and keep it focused on the lesson @UConnNeag #tcmchat https://t.co/iIm2dN1rEt
  • megyzr Jan 11 @ 9:43 PM EST
    A5: allow time for it, prompt: Noticing? Wondering? Invite Ss to "add-to" their thinking, bldg on others ideas, use S strat by name #TCMchat
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:43 PM EST
    #tcmchat technology acting up. Night all. Great chat! LOVE topic! One of my fav books EVER
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:43 PM EST
    Sometimes you can linger only on one idea for the day. I don't think its necessary to always show L,M,H #TCMChat
    In reply to @NancyBelkov, @Dr_Kreisberg
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:43 PM EST
    A5 For connecting S representations I tend to lean heavy on the stem, "Where do you see __ in ___?" #TCMchat
  • normabgordon Jan 11 @ 9:43 PM EST
    A4: I like "my favorite no" approach select common misconceptions - all thinking is validated+valued and we can learn from mistakes #TCMchat
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:44 PM EST
    A5 Sometimes I ask a group to come up. Ask the class what they notice. Class discusses their thinking & group responds. #TCMchat
  • TAnnalet Jan 11 @ 9:45 PM EST
    A5 If sharing written strategies, ask other students to explain each others ideas #TCMChat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:45 PM EST
    A5 Nic focuing ? #TCMchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • TAnnalet Jan 11 @ 9:46 PM EST
    A5 Kind of like..I share my strategy you explain why I did what I did.. "read my mind" #TCMChat
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:46 PM EST
    A5 from @ekazemi and @allisonhintz124 intentional talk #tcmchat
    In reply to @ekazemi, @allisonhintz124
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:46 PM EST
    A5 Making connections is difficult and very topic and classroom specific. #TCMChat
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:46 PM EST
    #TCMchat I'm all butter fingers tonight! Nice focusing ? #TCMchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:46 PM EST
    Always good to make sure other Ss have a task while looking at another S's work. #TCMchat
    In reply to @MarkChubb3
  • normabgordon Jan 11 @ 9:46 PM EST
    especially powerful when connecting numerical or algebraic concepts with visual representations #TCMChat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • zack_hill Jan 11 @ 9:47 PM EST
    Yeah, love this move. Why have the S who created the work explain when other S have the opportunity to make sense of it? #TCMchat
    In reply to @TAnnalet
  • giveawayseba Jan 11 @ 9:47 PM EST
    A5 Making connections is difficult and very topic and classroom specific. #TCMChat
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:47 PM EST
    I love this one. Saw it done in K once. All Ss worked really hard to make sense of displayed work! #TCMchat
    In reply to @TAnnalet
  • LooneyMath Jan 11 @ 9:47 PM EST
    @pearse_margie book suggests asking for math to math, math to self, and math to world connections -links to ELA #TCMChat
    In reply to @pearse_margie
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:47 PM EST
    #TCMchat But it is so much fun. Great to be explicit w Ss that we are looking to make connections!
    In reply to @MarkChubb3
  • TAnnalet Jan 11 @ 9:48 PM EST
    And kids add a lot this way to each others thinking #tcmchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:48 PM EST
    General strategies to help make connections: -get Ss to notice differences...then similarities -do the opposite -Frayer model - #TCMchat
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:48 PM EST
    A5- I refer to SMPs to scaffold discussion! Ts bring connections to math while encouraging Ss to make their own connections #TCMchat
  • TAnnalet Jan 11 @ 9:48 PM EST
    Works great with clothesline #tcmchat
    In reply to @MFAnnie
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:48 PM EST
    yes 🙌 #tcmchat
    In reply to @zack_hill
  • devin_andersond Jan 11 @ 9:49 PM EST
    A5:Embracing the mess!Jumping in giving Ss opps to talk/write &then coaching alongside &providing supports like sentence stems. #TCMchat
  • Twanayoung Jan 11 @ 9:49 PM EST
    Have Ss wrk in grps 2 explore thinking in wrong answs "talk" through ideas & examine error 2 identify another path #tcmchat
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:49 PM EST
    Yes! Moving beyond "show & tell" ...moving beyond Ss telling a narrative of HOW they solved... is key!!! #TCMchat
    In reply to @MFAnnie
  • TCM_at_NCTM - Moderator Jan 11 @ 9:50 PM EST
    Q6 What are some other video resources that allow us to embrace the “transparency of our work” in order to promote professionalism? #TCMchat
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:50 PM EST
    So many responses tonight linking numeracy to literacy #TCMchat
    In reply to @MarkChubb3
  • NancyBelkov Jan 11 @ 9:50 PM EST
    #TCMchat A5 Explicitly asking Ss to make connections & engage in SMPs develops our Ss as mathematicians!
    In reply to @Dr_Kreisberg
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:50 PM EST
    I hate math show and tell, unless "tell" is all about decisions behind calcs! #TCMchat
    In reply to @MarkChubb3
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:50 PM EST
    Often! Is that different from what I said? Maybe I wasn't clear??? #TCMChat
    In reply to @FloradTeach
  • devin_andersond Jan 11 @ 9:51 PM EST
    A5: Wanting to try more shared writing and modeled language opps with primary Ts to support this too. #TCMchat
  • MarkChubb3 Jan 11 @ 9:52 PM EST
    Totally agree! Was thinking how to respond to a difficult Q! Hard to explain because I don't always do same thing #TCMchat
    In reply to @NancyBelkov
  • pearse_margie Jan 11 @ 9:53 PM EST
    love clothesline here's my 7th graders today. Love how they were conferring and arguing and revising #tcmchat
    In reply to @TAnnalet, @MFAnnie
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:54 PM EST
    A6 - I like these videos of @gfletchy teaching one his 3 act tasks. #TCMChat https://t.co/m55Ox8AXBU
    In reply to @gfletchy
  • megyzr Jan 11 @ 9:54 PM EST
    A6: our coaching is job-embedded from partnership (not deficit) model. I grab vids often, populate shrd folder, Ts share lrng walks #TCMchat
  • tmchiepp Jan 11 @ 9:55 PM EST
    I guess this is you nudging us ;) #tcmchat tcmchat
    In reply to @TCM_at_NCTM
  • Dr_Kreisberg Jan 11 @ 9:58 PM EST
    A6 - @gfletchy 's latest progression videos do just that! #TCMchat
    In reply to @gfletchy
  • Zakchamp Jan 11 @ 9:59 PM EST
    Such a great night #TCMChat friends! Talk to you all soon. Special thanks to @TCM_at_NCTM for hosting and @zack_hill for sharing his posts!
    In reply to @TCM_at_NCTM, @zack_hill
  • MFAnnie Jan 11 @ 9:59 PM EST
    A6: @themathforum has vids of us modeling diff forms of #NoticeWonder in Gr3-8. Not whole lessons, though. https://t.co/RAUwzjbSlx #TCMchat
    In reply to @themathforum