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### Josh Fisherowner

General Discussion - *The most absurd example is the oft repeated one that we should prepare children for the jobs that have yet to be invented, which, in itself is delightfully ridiculous, but when allied to the statement: therefore we should teach them 21st century skills of collaboration, creativity, critical thinking etc. is even more surreal, it’s as if the speaker has a crystal ball but they refuse to tell us what the jobs will be like because, like the recipe for KFC, it has to be kept secret. Except even that chicken is now out of the bag.*

Most people know nothing about learning; many despise it. Dummies reject as too hard whatever is not dumb. Thomas More, Utopia The future fallacy occurs when someone makes a comment about what th…

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But it fosters the mindset, if nothing else.

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### Josh Fisherowner

*Hot Topic* (Polls) - **When did you learn that you can divide across to divide fractions?**

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### Dror Katz

Technology -Just launched Time Tables math game for kids.. check it out!

Looking for a fun and easy way to learn the times tables? Join professor matityahu on a mathematical adventure. You'll learn and have fun at the same time! Every child will be able to successfully learn the times tables. With such a fun and positive learning experience this game will ensure your child's success.Features & benefits: * Learning at your own pace * Sound and visuals elements * Sense of capabilityLet’s get started! 12trix team

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Welcome to the Mathematics Education (K-12) Community on Google+!
This is a forum for all stakeholders--teachers, students, mathematicians, researchers, and laypersons. The only requirement is that you have an interest in mathematics education.

### Josh Fisherowner

General Discussion - Interested in publishing a guest blog with us?

We have a page with the info and a submission form for your ideas!

http://buff.ly/2d9idZ4

We have a page with the info and a submission form for your ideas!

http://buff.ly/2d9idZ4

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### Josh Fisherowner

Promote - NEW #guzintamath app for building and evaluating algebraic expressions (6.EE.A.2).

Math lesson for 6th grade teaching algebraic expressions. Video instruction, worked examples, guided practice, and instructor notes.

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### Josh Fisherowner

Number & Operation - by +Kristin Gray.

Since the 3rd grade classes are about to begin their multiplication unit, the teachers and I wanted to hear how they talk about equal groups to get a sense of where they are in their thinking. What…

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### Josh Fisherowner

Teachers' Lounge - Christopher Emdin, author of For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood… And the Rest of Y’All Too. , recently wrote an article that brought up a lot of great points. He is concerned that pe…

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### Algebra Den

General Discussion -Find square roots by Prime Factorization Method

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### Josh Fisherowner

Teachers' Lounge - I have been working on my explanations. The biggest decision I have made in terms of this is to ensure that every time I speak to a class, students have nothing in their hands and are paying attent…

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### Josh Fisherowner

General Discussion - A lot of our posts are aimed at students (39 posts so far), and many more
at teachers (87 posts) – but we also want to involve parents in
conversations about strategies for effective learning. So, dear parents of
grade-school children: this one is for you! ...

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