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This lesson/unit is all about Fractions!  Students will access a digital learning site to explore fractions through multiple media sources.  They will watch videos, read books, play games, and visit websites all designed to help them develop a deeper understanding of fractions.  To demonstrate their knowledge, students will then work with their peers to complete a digital notebook, a hyperdoc, a jamboard, and a google form.  Students will be empowered to learn because this lesson/unit gives them choice!

Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
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Interactive
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Author:
Shannon Miller
04/14/2022
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Open Middle tasks provide opportunities for student to approach a mathematical task using different strategies and representations. They can be used as a warm-up/closing activity, as a formative assessment, or to facilitate discourse and discussion and get insite into student thinking and problem solving. These tasks provide a great opportunity for student to engage with the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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Open Middle Math
Author:
Robert Kaplinsky
04/26/2022
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Open Middle tasks provide opportunities for student to approach a mathematical task using different strategies and representations. They can be used as a warm-up/closing activity, as a formative assessment, or to facilitate discourse and discussion and get insite into student thinking and problem solving. These tasks provide a great opportunity for student to engage with the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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Open Middle Math
Author:
Illustrivite Mathematics
04/26/2022
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In this article Pennant and Woodham discuss the importance of rich tasks in the teaching of fractions. In order to prepare for new more rigorous standards, the authors have compiled a list of rich tasks and a description of others that aim to improve how children think about fractions.

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Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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NRICH
Author:
Jennie Pennant
Liz Woodham