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Summer 2014
Shared Practices: Thursday, July 10

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Shared Practices: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Shared Practices: July 9, 2013
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Barb Lynch organized an evening event to provide SSTP participants with a forum to share and learn about interesting and creative things that people do in their classrooms.


Mimi Cukier
Teaching Habits of Mind: Helping students find ways in to problems
     download Mimi's PowerPoint file: [PPTX] [PDF]

Fred Dillon
Completing the Square
     download Fred's PowerPoint file: [PPT] [PDF]


Jessica Reynolds
Completing the Square Using a Graphic Representation

Ashli Black
The Math Twitter Blogosphere
     download Ashli's PowerPoint file: [PPTX] [PDF]


Gail Englert
Active Instruction: Let's make some foldables to explore exponents
     download Gail's PowerPoint file: [PPTX] [PDF]

Jake Leibold
Delta Math Website for Student Practice

Barb Lynch
Pizza and Problem Solving (Family Math Night)
     download Barb's file: [PDF]


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