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1 | Timestamp | Reflection Question: What is a key piece of learning/growth that you've incorporated into your teaching as a direct result of your work with Chase and/or your colleagues? |

2 | 9/12/2016 16:11:52 | I like the group inquiry of the lesson the most |

3 | 9/22/2016 13:46:32 | This was a good assessment tool, an good student engagement piece, and a deeper level understanding of the lesson for my students. Being able to physically manipulate numbers on a physical number ("clothes") line really was a great exercise. |

4 | 9/22/2016 16:47:16 | I will be incorporating more open ended questions throughout the math lessons. |

5 | 9/23/2016 7:17:00 | More hands on student involvement...alternative ways to "grade" students' performances |

6 | 9/29/2016 13:37:26 | I have been using the numberless word problems as an introduction to new lessons. |

7 | 10/8/2016 16:13:45 | Using real would examples to help students to make connections, and training the students to think and ask questions. |

8 | 10/8/2016 21:42:31 | 1) Implement Estimation 180 at least twice a week 2) Try to create 3 Act Math lessons once a week |

9 | 10/19/2016 14:59:34 | I am now using a lot more visuals and I keep making my lessons colorful. I show various forms to solving a problem and I will keep watching out for new common core strategies for each standard. |

10 | 10/23/2016 10:50:34 | I am spending more time on "what do you notice," Last week, I asked them to tell me what they noticed about the picture (Some could do this). Then I asked them what they noticed about the problem 24 x 35 and they could not tell me that it was a multiplication problem and that it was 2 digits by 2 digits. It seems they are afraid to answer the obvious. So, I walked them through it. I am hoping they will get a lot better at this because I intend to use that practice every time. Amazingly, one of my lowest math students was the most active in responding. I think they are afraid of being wrong. |

11 | 10/27/2016 14:58:41 | Daily use of manipulative and hands on activities for math. Less copy and regurgitation of information, actually allowing students to explore and learn from that exploration. Open ended math questions with more than one answer, allowed students to apply their knowledge and teaching them more tools and perspectives and less facts and answers. |

12 | 11/14/2016 14:44:09 | I definitely learned how to give the students time to work and figure things out on their own. It was difficult at first but I was able to see that the students were engaged and getting it with less help from me. |

13 | 11/17/2016 14:43:26 | To ensure that students are speaking / dialoguing more than I am as an educator. |

14 | 11/17/2016 14:45:04 | Giving the students positive thinking tools ... encouraging words.... open math problems ... different answers for different problems |

15 | 11/17/2016 14:45:08 | I will continue to support my students with growth mindset strategies. I want to create a safe space where it is okay to make mistakes and take risks. I will place my students into groups to better facilitate group work and collaboration. |

16 | 11/18/2016 8:57:41 | notice and wonder. |

17 | 1/21/2017 11:40:36 | I am going to continue to use the notice and wonder strategy. My students enjoyed that one and I learned a lot about what they were thinking and the strategies they were using to approach mathematical problems. I'm going to try the numberless word problems as well. |

18 | 1/23/2017 15:09:13 | I have a more clear vision of " rigorous learning" means |

19 | 1/26/2017 20:53:18 | We have began to incorporate more hands in exploratory lessons and not just work from the text book. |

20 | 2/16/2017 15:32:15 | I learned new instructional strategies to engage my students. In addition, I was provided with additional sources that I can use right away. |

21 | 2/20/2017 14:25:07 | I will incorporate the above techniques into my lessons. |

22 | 3/3/2017 14:23:45 | I haven't incorporated yet. |

23 | 3/23/2017 15:15:40 | Its important to incorporate different teaching methods. As a result, I have been trying to increase the visual aspect in my teaching. By this I mean that I am trying to present more visuals for my students. I have also learned that its important to change/adapt your teaching in order to see the greatest result (such as engagement, understanding, and relating). |

24 | 3/23/2017 15:43:31 | I think the biggest change is soliciting different processes from students to reach an answer. Also celebrating the process not just the answers. |

25 | 3/24/2017 14:53:41 | Number talks is an eye-opening experience. |

26 | 3/24/2017 15:02:20 | Definitely Number Talks will be used regularly. I think it will help fill in some of the wholes in their understanding of math. |

27 | 3/24/2017 15:09:11 | More use of visuals, balancing the concept with the skills |

28 | 3/28/2017 14:33:02 | I've incorporated a more student-centered philosophy wherein the students create the information that's presented and develop and share strategies to solve tasks. |

29 | 3/30/2017 14:38:43 | Learning to let kids come up with their own answers. |

30 | 3/30/2017 14:42:20 | I like having students reflect on their learning experiences. |

31 | 4/27/2017 14:20:31 | Incorporating different opening routines in a lesson |

32 | 4/27/2017 14:27:08 | I will incorporate the math number talk so I will have more participation and it allows for all students to participate and be engaged. |

33 | 4/28/2017 13:30:02 | The importance of using open ended questions on a regular basis in Math. |

34 | 4/28/2017 13:31:33 | I see that my math instruction has certain gaps that need to be filled. Most notable is the opportunity of students to be more engaged through discourse. |

35 | 5/5/2017 14:40:58 | We all have the same struggles. |

36 | 5/5/2017 14:49:38 | I will use number talks and look at using some of the websites for students and for myself as a professional . I will take time to have students explain their thinking process and share. |

37 | 5/5/2017 16:44:34 | I realized that our students are very much capable of figuring it out on their own. I need to stay quiet longer and let them work it out. Eventually, one figures out how to work the solution and shares it with the rest of the class. |

38 | 5/9/2017 14:24:08 | Technology and student talk are important. We need to have the students think more and worry about getting the right answer as less important than thinking. |

39 | 5/9/2017 14:32:31 | I look forward to doing more instruction on the carpet. I like the google presentations with open-ended questions. The notice and wonder will be something I implement in my classroom immediately across the curriculum. |

40 | 5/9/2017 14:36:52 | I plan on using Desmos,Number Talk, the numberless word problems strategies. The strategy I found most beneficial was notice and wonder. |

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