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7.EE.B: Solve real-life and mathematical problems using numerical...

7.EE.B: Solve real-life and mathematical problems using numerical... | Elementary Mathematics | Scoop.it
Common Core math problems from 7.EE.3-4: 'Solve real-life and mathematical problems using numerical and algebraic expressions and equations.'
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Great site to find grade 7 and 8 problems (although American).  Click the problem you want and it sends it to your google drive!

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5 TED Talks Teachers Should Watch With Students - Edudemic

5 TED Talks Teachers Should Watch With Students - Edudemic | Elementary Mathematics | Scoop.it
Periodically, I find it interesting to see what’s new over at TED Talks. While not every video they have really floats my boat, there is generally a wealth of inspiration and interesting stories shared there. We’ve shared a number of these inspiring talks in the past – some relate specifically to teaching, others cover more …
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I wonder if you could use these ted talks (and others) as a way of building an inquiry?

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Mathalicious: Real World Math Problems

Mathalicious: Real World Math Problems | Elementary Mathematics | Scoop.it
Mathalicious lessons teach standards-based math through real-world topics that students care about.
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Sample lessons are good, worth a look to see some engaging activities to try out.

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What Do 7 Billion People Do? | Visual.ly

What Do 7 Billion People Do? | Visual.ly | Elementary Mathematics | Scoop.it
The occupations of the world’s population today.
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Great visual for fractions and inquiry about types of employment.  Would be interesting to make the graph from 1940's or from the future like 2114

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Practice Makes Perfect: Truth Or Fiction? - Edudemic

Practice Makes Perfect: Truth Or Fiction? - Edudemic | Elementary Mathematics | Scoop.it
Sometimes when we are teaching a particular concept, it seems very easy – especially if your students ‘get it’ pretty quickly, for the most part. But as most teachers know, “getting it” for a test or other assessment and learning, mastering and retaining information or a skill in a more long term way are two …
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Helping build capacity or depth in our school organization.

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