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Illustrative Mathematics
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Creating a world where learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics
Creating a world where learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics

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New IM Blog Post, Fractions: Units and Equivalence by William McCallum http://ow.ly/NTc730kSOhc
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Illustrative Mathematics is expanding its team to support the quickly growing adoption of our curriculum and PD. We are seeking collaborative, passionate leaders in marketing and content development. Learn more here: https://www.illustrativemathematics.org/jobs.
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In this week's IM blog post, read how William McCallum addresses handling the ambiguity in language students may encounter as they learn about fractions. http://ow.ly/NTc730kSOhc
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Read William McCallum's new blog post on the importance, and sometimes trickiness, of fraction equivalence for learners. http://ow.ly/NTc730kSOhc
Fractions: Units and Equivalence
Fractions: Units and Equivalence
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New IM Blog Post: Fractions: Units and Equivalence by William McCallum http://ow.ly/NTc730kSOhc
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New IM Blog Post: Fractions: Units and Equivalence by William McCallum http://ow.ly/NTc730kSOhc
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Illustrative Mathematics is expanding its team to support the quickly growing adoption of our curriculum and PD. We are seeking collaborative, passionate leaders in marketing and content development. Learn more here: https://www.illustrativemathematics.org/jobs.
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New IM Blog Post: 5th Grade: Decimal Place Value by Kristin Gray http://ow.ly/LznH30kGhiS
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How can we better support students in making connections between what they know about whole numbers and the work they do later with fractions and decimals? Read this week's featured post of an activity that makes this work explicit. http://ow.ly/1v3330kHdg6
5th Grade: Decimal Place Value
5th Grade: Decimal Place Value
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Based on students' responses to this task, what generalizations could they begin to make? See student work that supports these generalizations in this week's post by Kristin Gray. http://ow.ly/gdwE30kHd47
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