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 @SBNmsglover @wigram_tl Thank you for developing this learning environment for your Ss and providing them an opport… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 month ago
 .@skillingsteph and Gr3 Ss were building their math talk community by trying this prompt. Here is what they came up… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 month ago
 RT @Dean_of_math: Logic, reasoning and visualspatial connections through Skyscrapers this afternoon. @clearspringhsd @paul_aniceto https:/… 1 month ago
 RT @Dean_of_math: Building oral math talk, looking for patterns and making and justifying arguments in Flex Ed today. @clearspringhsd @paul… 1 month ago
 @Dean_of_math @clearspringhsd Please keep sharing your Ss and your journey with this. It's important stuff. 1 month ago

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