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 @MzNelsun agreed. The part I question, however, is the rigour/engagement angle. But likely a Twitter space issue:) @MingHuang_OCT @ctfosnot 8 hours ago
 #yrdsbmath educators participating in a @ctfosnot led mini lesson! https://t.co/gXsiEpBv8j 16 hours ago
 .@Feed2Succeed @CBClistener what is one "aha" learning moment you had during the @ctfosnot session thus far? #yrdsbmath 17 hours ago
 Investigating probability. What would your Ss notice & wonder via @stepanpruch video prompt? #yrdsbmath twitter.com/stepanpruch/st… 17 hours ago
 RT @stepanpruch: @vaslona @MatthewOldridge @MrSoclassroom @paul_aniceto @wahidkhan @BartVanslack twitter.com/stepanpruch/st… 17 hours ago
 @mathtalkie so great to see your face light up at @ctfosnot session. Student math conjecture & proof in action. #yrdsbmath 17 hours ago
 @stepanpruch ummm...we need to go here. @royanlee @NomadCreatives @wahidkhan @acampbell99 @brandonzoras @blogTO 1 day ago

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