Monday Must Reads: Volume 66Sarah Carter (@mathequalslove)on September 28, 2020 at 18:22 on September 28, 2020 at 18:22 Math = Loveon September 28, 2020 at 18:22 Math = Love

It’s Monday! For my school, that means it’s a distance learning drill day. We are face-to-face Tuesday through Friday. Each Monday, we have a distance learning day to practice learning digitally in case we need to pivot to full-time distance learning. I don’t know how those of you who are teaching virtually everyday are doing it. After six google meets in the span of three hours, I am exhausted. So kudos to those of you doing this everyday. I am in awe of you. You are amazing. 
I should really be planning lessons for the rest of this week, but I decided to take a bit of a break to scroll through my twitter favorites from the last twoish weeks. I hope you enjoy this new volume of Monday Must Reads. It’s my weekly-ish attempt at capturing the amazing ideas shared by mostly math teachers with a few inspiring science teachers thrown in as well. I hope you find an idea worth using or adapting for your own classroom. 

I’ve really enjoyed scrolling through Shannon Fusina‘s twitter feed and seeing how she is modifying her chemistry classes for distance learning. I think we could all learn something from her and her creativity! 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsFusinaChem/status/1247242932949848064
Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsFusinaChem/status/1309223883166421010
Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsFusinaChem/status/1310567201091522564

Julia Anker shares a Desmos Activity Builder that takes a look at real life IRS data. 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/AnkerMath/status/1309910539368239104
Tierney Kennedy shares a great math puzzle posted on LinkedIn of all places! 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/kennedy_tierney/status/1309620053847941120
Fawn Nguyen shares a best practice when working with students and visual patterns. 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/fawnpnguyen/status/1309174182668832769
Looking for a self-checking activity? Look no further than Farica Erwin‘s AMAZING Digital Sum Em Up Template! 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/Nerd_QED/status/1307120985649426432
Mark Kaercher shows how to incorporate @1to9puzzle into Desmos. Brilliant! 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/shskaercher/status/1306939505946038275
Miss Bohr shares a fun getting-to-know you activity. This could still be fun a few weeks into the school year! 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/MissBohr_Math/status/1295420587985317893
Check out this great way to check in with students and provide extra help from Jessica Keen
Image Source: https://twitter.com/jjkeen42/status/1306960560622391302
Interesting thoughts from David Butler regarding the order of operations…
Image Source: https://twitter.com/DavidKButlerUoA/status/1306688687955042305
Mrs. B shares a way to organize digital resources. I know we can all use more organization right now. 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/MrsB50753231/status/1289292064585158656
I really like this focused trig practice from Chris McGrane
Image Source: https://twitter.com/ChrisMcGrane84/status/1306625033238990848
Ella Hereth engages students with the real number system by having them draw their own maps. 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsHereth/status/1306517669341016065
Nathan Day shares some inspiring posters. 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/nathanday314/status/1286940354315517952
Austintacious Mathematicians shares an idea for using sentence strips in the math classroom. 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/Math_Pi_rate111/status/1254746983325196289
I also really like this idea for using dominoes to practice finding slope between two points. 
Image Source: https://twitter.com/Math_Pi_rate111/status/1270761678574178305
And, why did I never think of using popsicle sticks for teaching domain and range?!?
Image Source: https://twitter.com/Math_Pi_rate111/status/1304518553270464513

Keep sharing those awesome ideas! 

It’s Monday! For my school, that means it’s a distance learning drill day. We are face-to-face Tuesday through Friday. Each Monday, we have a distance learning day to practice learning digitally in case we need to pivot to full-time distance learning. I don’t know how those of you who are teaching virtually everyday are doing it. After six google meets in the span of three hours, I am exhausted. So kudos to those of you doing this everyday. I am in awe of you. You are amazing. I should really be planning lessons for the rest of this week, but I decided to take a bit of a break to scroll through my twitter favorites from the last twoish weeks. I hope you enjoy this new volume of Monday Must Reads. It’s my weekly-ish attempt at capturing the amazing ideas shared by mostly math teachers with a few inspiring science teachers thrown in as well. I hope you find an idea worth using or adapting for your own classroom. I’ve really enjoyed scrolling through Shannon Fusina’s twitter feed and seeing how she is modifying her chemistry classes for distance learning. I think we could all learn something from her and her creativity! Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsFusinaChem/status/1247242932949848064Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsFusinaChem/status/1309223883166421010Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsFusinaChem/status/1310567201091522564Julia Anker shares a Desmos Activity Builder that takes a look at real life IRS data. Image Source: https://twitter.com/AnkerMath/status/1309910539368239104Tierney Kennedy shares a great math puzzle posted on LinkedIn of all places! Image Source: https://twitter.com/kennedy_tierney/status/1309620053847941120Fawn Nguyen shares a best practice when working with students and visual patterns. Image Source: https://twitter.com/fawnpnguyen/status/1309174182668832769Looking for a self-checking activity? Look no further than Farica Erwin’s AMAZING Digital Sum Em Up Template! Image Source: https://twitter.com/Nerd_QED/status/1307120985649426432Mark Kaercher shows how to incorporate @1to9puzzle into Desmos. Brilliant! Image Source: https://twitter.com/shskaercher/status/1306939505946038275Miss Bohr shares a fun getting-to-know you activity. This could still be fun a few weeks into the school year! Image Source: https://twitter.com/MissBohr_Math/status/1295420587985317893Check out this great way to check in with students and provide extra help from Jessica Keen! Image Source: https://twitter.com/jjkeen42/status/1306960560622391302Interesting thoughts from David Butler regarding the order of operations…Image Source: https://twitter.com/DavidKButlerUoA/status/1306688687955042305Mrs. B shares a way to organize digital resources. I know we can all use more organization right now. Image Source: https://twitter.com/MrsB50753231/status/1289292064585158656I really like this focused trig practice from Chris McGrane. Image Source: https://twitter.com/ChrisMcGrane84/status/1306625033238990848Ella Hereth engages students with the real number system by having them draw their own maps. Image Source: https://twitter.com/MsHereth/status/1306517669341016065Nathan Day shares some inspiring posters. Image Source: https://twitter.com/nathanday314/status/1286940354315517952Austintacious Mathematicians shares an idea for using sentence strips in the math classroom. Image Source: https://twitter.com/Math_Pi_rate111/status/1254746983325196289I also really like this idea for using dominoes to practice finding slope between two points. Image Source: https://twitter.com/Math_Pi_rate111/status/1270761678574178305And, why did I never think of using popsicle sticks for teaching domain and range?!?Image Source: https://twitter.com/Math_Pi_rate111/status/1304518553270464513Keep sharing those awesome ideas! Read MoreChemistry, Digital Activities, Domain and Range, Monday Must Reads, Puzzle, Real Number System, slope, Statistics, TrigMath = Love

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