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A Cubed Probes In Progress - Summer 2017
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Title Author Team "Big Idea" / Topic Math Idea and Success Criteria (Learning Target)Probe Grade Band Standard(s)Percent complete
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ExampleBlocks in a Box Toby Jacobson -Travis LogslettWhat happens to volume as dimensions changes?6-87.G.A.1100%
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1Fraction RepresentationBecky Konkel- Ashley RosentraterFractions can be represented in different ways3-54.NF.A.1100%
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2Place Value: Who is Correct?Monika Luebke-Ryan Lowe-Becky Konkel-Ashley RosentraterDigits in numbers represent different values3-55.NBT.1100%
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3Comparison Word ProblemsJen Davis and Nicole WeissCompare word problems involving multiplication using diagrams3-54.OA.2100%
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4Orange JuiceTravis Logslett, Brian Chuchwar, Jennifer KaminskiWriting and Comparing Ratios6-86.RP.A.1100%
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5To the left, to the rightShaunna Schneider, Cathy Tyson, Brad Steinke, Michelle Oâ€™Connell, Shauna BrionOperations with integers can be modeled using number lines, chip diagrams and words.6-87.NS.A.1.B & 7.NS.A.1.C 75%
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6Domain of a FunctionDave Fath, Mark Wenta, Janelle Yeakey, Kristie GustafsonThe domain of a function is not always all real numbers.9-12F.IF.A.1100%
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7Where am I? Tina Parker & Karen Stuttgendistinguish counting space intervals versus counting hash marks and consider start and end point of a number line in identifying fractions 3-53.NF.A.2.A100%
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8When Happens When We Multiply or Divide?Toby Jacobson - Katie SkougDoes multiplying a number always make it bigger? Does dividing a number always make it smaller?6-86.NS.A.1100%
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9Variable RelationshipsDave Fath, Mark Wenta, Janelle Yeakey, Kristie GustafsonRelationship between variables9-12HSA-SSE.A.170%
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10Name the lineStacy Winsand, Jessica Kelly, Waylon WittkopfRelationship between slope intercept form and it's graph/points6-88.EE.B.560%
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11Why weight?Scott Swita, Adam LuchterhandEquivalent expressions in context9-12HSA-SSE.A.166.60%
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12Represent This!Jennifer Peterson - Cassie Meinholz- Samantha Falkner- Nancy SchlageterEquivalent expressions9-12HSA-SSE.A.2100%
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13Oh, The Power!Jennifer Peterson - Cassie Meinholz - Nancy SchlageterMultiplying exponential expressions9-12HSA-SSE.A.295%
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14Find My MatchesKaren Stuttgen and Tina ParkerDecomposing Numbers/Place Value3-54.NBT.A.2100%
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15Bake SaleKaren Stuttgen and Tina ParkerSubtracting off decade3-53.NBT.A.250%
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16Proportional or NotTravis Logslett, Brian Chuchwar, Jennifer KaminskiProportional Relationships6-87.RP.A.275%
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17Same, but differentStacy Winsand, Jessica Kelly, Waylon WittkopfCommunitive, associative, and distributive properties 6-87.RP.A.290%
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18Equivalent or Not Equivalent, that is the QuesitionShaunna Schneider, Cathy Tyson, Brad Steinke, Michelle Oâ€™Connell, Shauna BrionStudents understand why quotients are either positive or negative when integers are divided.6-87.NS.A.2.B75%
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19X Marks the SpotStacy Winsand, Jessica Kelly, Waylon WittkopfInterpretting algebraic expressions6-880%
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20SlopediaStacy Winsand, Jessica Kelly, Waylon WittkopfFinding slope from an equation6-860%
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21Subtraction RegroupingBecky Konkel- Ashley RosentraterSubtracting multi-digit numbers3-5NBT.475%
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22Word Problems Using ExpressionsNicole Weiss and Jen DavisSelect an expression that matches the problem structure3-54.OA.2100%
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23TBDMonica Luebke, Ryan LoweDoes the story problem match the given expression5-645%
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24Steps and MisstepsScott Swita, Adam LuchterhandValid steps in solving an equation algebraically.9-12HSA-REI.B99.90%
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