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I love this visual patterns problem!
Day 5: WK 1 done! How do you see the stairs grow? Students persevered through tough problems today! #Teach180 #MTBoS pic.twitter.com/D2xGv1d8gI— Sarah DiMaria (@MsDiMaria) August 27, 2016
So, if I'm honest, I don't exactly know what's going on here. But, it looks so interesting!
Day 5: Human programming and memes #Teach180 #TitanUp @ManorNewTech @UTeachCS pic.twitter.com/clbYMEyaIC— Mr. Ledbetter (@7_Eight_9) August 27, 2016
I can't say enough good things about Sarah VanDerWerf's 1-100 activity! I blogged about how this went in my own classroom here.
This order of operations matching activity looks fun!
Intro Math students practiced using order of operations with a matching activity. #teach180 #WeAreWatauga pic.twitter.com/GUYEetjhy4— Jennifer Williams (@jlwilliams314) August 26, 2016
I'm teaching trig this year, so I can't wait to engage my students in some Always, Sometimes, Never!
Day 8: Some "Always, Sometimes, Never" card sorting today w/Desmos today for properties of trig functions. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/byH34CWweK— Amy McNabb (@amcnabb3) August 26, 2016
If you spend much time around my blog, you'll quickly find out I love Slope Dude. I even made Slope Dude posters this year!
Obviously when you're talking about slope, you have to watch the Adventures of Slope Dude #Teach180 pic.twitter.com/NUKdJ9nxCO— Miss Mastalio (@MissMastalio) August 26, 2016
This makes me want to give my students a comic strip assignment!
D10: Upper bio kids worked on cell projects, this ribosome comic strip is one of my favs. #teach180 #scienceteacher pic.twitter.com/gaEknnUagp— I Heart Science (@IHeartScience2) August 26, 2016
I'm also super excited that my husband is doing interactive notebooks this year for the first time!
Day 5: Starting notebooks with a review of the distributive property. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/LCycDCsCFq— Shaun Carter (@theshauncarter) August 26, 2016
I've seen so many great growth mindset ideas lately like this?
Day 5: Ss took the @WithMathICan pledge on our #growthmindset wall 😍 #teach180 #mtbos pic.twitter.com/Xu7KU0wJEg— Ms. Hart (@teachMsHart) August 26, 2016
I love an "I have...Who has?" activity. I'm not teaching geometry this year, but I can use the same idea for other classes.
I have...Who has? Measuring angles in geometry. Mrs. T. doing a cartwheel is on the line. #popcs #luthed #teach180 pic.twitter.com/DmrJFHqOVv— Kara Tobaben (@POPCS1089) August 26, 2016
You can't look at this and not be happy!
The start of the wall of happiness! Happy Friday everyone! #teach180 #WildcatNation pic.twitter.com/5k7cXYJpXv— Wildcat Psych (@Psychit2Newman) August 26, 2016
Since I'm teaching physical science this year, I'm paying a lot more attention to the #Teach180 science tweets!
Day 9: inquiry to get Ss thinking about d=m/V and that in #chemistry we work with things we can't see. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/1Yb5vIEVh7— Beverly Stuckwisch (@BStuckwisch) August 26, 2016
I love me so labeling and color coding!
I'm including this post because I need to remember to get out my shower curtain coordinate plane. I actually have room to lay it out in my new room without rearranging the desks!
I love when students name things and form attachments to things in the classroom. It just makes teaching so much more fun!@mathequalslove i made the coordinate grid out if the shower curtain and duck tape.— Algebra Dominator (@rise_up_mskent) August 25, 2016
Im excited #teach180 pic.twitter.com/FVew9ZcaQx
D4: HW went better today- yay! Also, the manikin had a full day- named by 8, murder victim in A&P by 12. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/Yfg7N0GO0m— Kate McNabb (@mcka0509) August 25, 2016
This idea for privacy shields is brilliant!
— Elizabeth Bonilla (@lizmathnerd) August 25, 2016
Need to keep this idea in my mind for when we start unit circles in trig!
What a gorgeous, inspiring classroom display!
Lots of interest in the steam stars gallery in my classroom! #oilpainting #steam #mtbos #teach180 pic.twitter.com/5Yw5rY2FUD— Ms. Hart (@teachMsHart) August 24, 2016
I've done this activity before, and the responses from students are priceless!
My favorite way to teach special cases. I love the conversations over scale 3. #teach180 https://t.co/sMJ8u9NoNQ pic.twitter.com/z2wlNkFpOP— Mandy (@mathdyal) August 24, 2016
LOVE these fraction problems!
Day7: Mars task & #openmiddle generated great discussions about fraction operations. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/UghOG7fSk9— Stephanie Ling (@ling_stephanie) August 24, 2016
Jennifer's use of post-it notes here is awesome!
Introductory Math students work on classifying real numbers. #WorkInProgress #Teach180 #WeAreWatauga pic.twitter.com/DH5Cn96QEF— Jennifer Williams (@jlwilliams314) August 24, 2016
I MUST remember this activity for our polynomial chapter in Algebra 1!
— Amy McNabb (@amcnabb3) August 23, 2016
Shawna had her students make their own fair spinners in geometry. I've been wondering how I could use something like this when I teach stats next year.
Students learned to use protractors and compasses by making their own fair spinner. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/iaZNdLvpr8— Shawna (@shawnamoller) August 23, 2016
I've always wanted to try this activity!
Day 1A: This group work norm building activity from @BreurBreur was effective & fun!#Teach180 pic.twitter.com/UgumjN1wNM— Hannah Mesick (@girl_got_range) August 23, 2016
More color-coding :D
A little color-coded highlighting of increasing/decreasing functions for Calculus today. #teach180 pic.twitter.com/45wgDxmatU— Amy McNabb (@amcnabb3) August 22, 2016
Cute parent function posters!
I actually tried this problem with my physical science students during the first week of school!
Day 3: Water Jugs Problem Group Posters. We are off to a good start! #teach180 #gallerywalk #studentswork pic.twitter.com/pd2yDmuWXS— Stephanie Ling (@ling_stephanie) August 18, 2016
I hope you found some inspiring ideas, too!