Topic: How can we facilitate vertical (cross-curricular) integration of mathematics teaching from early years to graduate-level?
As it happened on Thursday, 28th October 2010 23:30 - 00:30 GMT
11:32 pm
ColinTGraham:
Hello and welcome to today's #mathchat
11:33 pm
ColinTGraham:
As always, if it's your first time, don't try to follow everything, just interact with one or two people and don't forget the ---> #mathchat
11:33 pm
LesLinks:
Hi Leslinks from Ireland.. only dipping in for a few minutes as very late here.. #mathchat
11:34 pm
ColinTGraham:
Tonight's topic: How can we facilitate vertical integration of mathematics teaching from early years to graduate-level? #mathchat
11:34 pm
davidwees:
RT @ColinTGraham: Hello and welcome to today's #mathchat
11:34 pm
ColinTGraham:
@LesLinks It's late here too! Welcome. #mathchat
11:35 pm
padgets:
#mathchat Hello everyone! I am a high school science teacher from Iowa, My name is Sharon
11:35 pm
davidwees:
Yay! I get to participate in #mathchat this week.
11:35 pm
LesLinks:
Showing/teaching how math is a part of all we do... #mathchat
11:35 pm
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham Thanks for the welcome... #mathchat
11:36 pm
ColinTGraham:
This is in some ways a big and a small topic! Maybe we should think about where and/or why divergence happens in subjects. #mathchat
11:36 pm
davidwees:
@ColinTGraham Math teachers (and all teachers) need vertical planning time. #mathchat #edchat
11:36 pm
ColinTGraham:
@davidwees On a Thursday, you mean David! ;-) #mathchat
11:37 pm
davidwees:
We also need to do more team-teaching of math across grade levels. #mathchat
11:37 pm
ColinTGraham:
@padgets Hi Sharon. When does maths teaching/content become an issue for you in Science ed? #mathchat
11:37 pm
padgets:
#mathchat I would like to see k-12 get together often to talk about what is taught when
11:37 pm
cybraryman1:
I would love to see more collaboration between the different levels of education in terms of planning & preparation of students #mathchat
11:38 pm
padgets:
#mathchat well when I taught middle school it was when physical science was taught, now it is when we do life science calculations
11:38 pm
republicofmath:
How about K-20? @padgets #mathchat I would like to see k-12 get together often to talk about what is taught when
11:38 pm
ColinTGraham:
@davidwees This is not really a big problem in the UK until Yr 6, I think, when students move from primary into middle/secondary #mathchat
11:39 pm
ColinTGraham:
@cybraryman1 When you say different levels of education, Jerry, do you mean grade/year or admin/parent/BoE/local govt...? #mathchat
11:40 pm
padgets:
#mathchat I know in our high school it is required to have algebra to go into chem and physics
11:40 pm
davidwees:
Science & math teachers should plan together more often. Too often students are do science classes lacking needed math. #mathchat
11:40 pm
LesLinks:
If students can see the beauty of how math 'is' a part of all subjects, and we can get them to internalise this.. big steps.. #mathchat
11:40 pm
ColinTGraham:
@padgets Is the Algebra required by the Chem/Physics curriculum, though? If so, should they not be teaching it...? #mathchat
11:40 pm
millerblair:
Would love students to start creating portfolios of math projects at early years that were self-classified and built-on. #mathchat
11:41 pm
padgets:
#mathchat I agree, math and science need to be on the same page
11:41 pm
republicofmath:
Vertical integration of mathematics K-20 http://wp.me/pJESd-Lc #mathchat
11:41 pm
ColinTGraham:
@davidwees Maths is also used in art for scale models, Geography with bearings, map-making... #mathchat
11:41 pm
JasmineFuselier:
Lesson study? RT @davidwees: We also need to do more team-teaching of math across grade levels. #mathchat
11:42 pm
cybraryman1:
@ColinTGraham Yes to all. Especially in US more collaboration between elementary, middle and high school #mathchat
11:42 pm
readtoday:
RT @cybraryman1: @ColinTGraham Yes to all. Especially in US more collaboration between elementary, middle and high school #mathchat
11:42 pm
ColinTGraham:
@LesLinks Do we make the mathematics explicit or should it rather be transparent...? #mathchat
11:42 pm
LesLinks:
@millerblair Me too... would carry on into further years #mathchat
11:43 pm
ghewgley:
The #mathchat Daily is out - read this Twitter newspaper on http://bit.ly/bMxifd (25 contributions today)
11:43 pm
padgets:
#mathchat algebra 1 must successfully completed before they can take these,
11:43 pm
davidwees:
I'm thinking about sitting in on some math lessons in our elementary school. Valuable perspective. #mathchat
11:43 pm
republicofmath:
By "vertical integration" I mean integration of teaching & learning math K-20, not cross curricular integration. My bad? #mathchat
11:43 pm
padgets:
@republicofmath #mathchat this is great!
11:44 pm
Saskateach:
RT @LesLinks: If students can see the beauty of how math 'is' a part of all subjects, and we can get them to internalise this.. big steps.. #mathchat
11:44 pm
ColinTGraham:
UK curriculum basically goes to KS4 (16yo), which could be applied to any student working in a primary/middle/secondary school #mathchat
11:44 pm
millerblair:
A lot of agreement on collaboration across years. What concrete steps can we take? #mathchat
11:44 pm
GEN_Technology:
RT @ghewgley: The #mathchat Daily is out - read this Twitter newspaper on http://bit.ly/bMxifd (25 contributions today)
11:44 pm
JasmineFuselier:
Biggest problem: My Chem students had the hardest time synthesizing math and science. #mathchat
11:45 pm
ColinTGraham:
@padgets So at what age do students have to be able to meet the Alg I requirement? #mathchat
11:45 pm
padgets:
RT @republicofmath: Vertical integration of mathematics K-20 ttp:wp.me/pJESd-Lc #mathchat<<<nice post!!!!
11:45 pm
cybraryman1:
Math is needed to understand economics #mathchat
11:45 pm
republicofmath:
And college/university @cybraryman1 @ColinTGraham Yes to all. Especially in US more collaboration b'ween elem, middle, HS #mathchat
11:45 pm
ColinTGraham:
@republicofmath Interesting, I would see integrating of K-20 as horizontal integration.... #mathchat
11:46 pm
millerblair:
@LesLinks Would be great if we presented problems/projects that took years to come with a solution or where solutions were revised #mathchat
11:46 pm
POWERORGmath:
RT @ColinTGraham: Tonight's topic: How can we facilitate vertical integration of mathematics teaching from early years to graduate-level? #mathchat
11:46 pm
republicofmath:
And why is economics needed? [Joke!] @cybraryman1 Math is needed to understand economics #mathchat
11:46 pm
Saskateach:
Primary, middle school and high school teacher can learn a lot from each other on how to teach and learn math. #mathchat
11:47 pm
ColinTGraham:
How do others view the question of vertical integration of mathematics teaching? #mathchat
11:47 pm
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham I think should (primary) linked to wonder and also relevant.. ie pentagon shape of cats face..plants=spirals #mathchat
11:47 pm
millerblair:
Math is needed to understand life. Almost no subject lacks mathematical connections. #mathchat
11:47 pm
POWERORGmath:
RT @LesLinks: http://preview.tinyurl.com/2vrpymp Good article on Khan Academy in Forbes #edchat#edukchat #elemchat #scichat #mathchat #gtchat #gifted
11:47 pm
padgets:
#mathchat to take chem or physics in HS, they must take this Algebra 1, 8th graders take it and then as 9th graders they take them
11:48 pm
cybraryman1:
@republicofmath Yes, I should have included college/university level as well. Thanks #mathchat
11:48 pm
ColinTGraham:
The image I have is a musical one, where vertical = chords or simultaneous sounds, & the extent of the melody as being horizontal #mathchat
11:48 pm
LesLinks:
@millerblair Ya this would be good too... relevant in aspect of.. not all we do comes easily.. and does take years sometimes.... #mathchat
11:49 pm
ColinTGraham:
@republicofmath Well you can get a Nobel prize for Economics, but there is none for Mathematics, for a start... #mathchat
11:49 pm
republicofmath:
Why are we leaving out CC/college/university? @Saskateach Primary, middle, HS teacher can learn a lot from each other #mathchat
11:49 pm
padgets:
#mathchat love talking to #kinder teachers, as a high school teacher I get some great classroom management from them, same in content areas
11:49 pm
padgets:
RT @millerblair: Math is needed to understand life. Almost no subject lacks mathematical connections. #mathchat
11:50 pm
millerblair:
I think one of the problems is a mindset is that certain topics belong at specific grade levels. #mathchat
11:50 pm
LesLinks:
@millerblair Almost no subject lacks mathematical connections, and certainly not life.. agreed.. ;-D #mathchat
11:50 pm
Saskateach:
RT @padgets: RT @millerblair: Math is needed to understand life. Almost no subject lacks mathematical connections. #mathchat
11:50 pm
mwiscount:
RT @cybraryman1: Math is needed to understand economics #mathchat
11:50 pm
padgets:
#mathchat for younger kids, you have got to check out the mathcats, thanks LesLinks!!!! this is great :-)
11:50 pm
republicofmath:
Vertical integration K-20 is critical, IMO, if math teaching is to survive. It's too fragmented now. Big themes missing. #mathchat
11:50 pm
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham ohho.. yes!!! music.. and musical... #mathchat
11:51 pm
ColinTGraham:
Does the idea of integrating mathematics teaching take a different focus for you if we think cross-grade rather than cross-curric? #mathchat
11:52 pm
TeacherToolkit:
RT @millerblair: Math is needed to understand life. Almost no subject lacks mathematical connections. #mathchat
11:52 pm
Saskateach:
@republicofmath Good point. There often is a disconnect b/w k-12 teachers and university #mathchat
11:52 pm
padgets:
#mathchat we just adopted a science book that has math, chem, space, earth, and physical all integrated, we are excited!!
11:54 pm
MisterBremer:
As an art teacher I try to bring more involved math and geometry concepts as students progress. #mathchat
11:55 pm
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham 4 myself yes, as highly able,often require cross grade.. if age appropriate provision... connecting meaningfully #mathchat
11:55 pm
ColinTGraham:
@millerblair Where do you think the 'topic=year' mindset comes from? Is it mandated or based on something empirical? #mathchat
11:55 pm
padgets:
#mathchat content or language first with ELL? any thoughts? thanks Judy :-p)
11:55 pm
millerblair:
@ColinTGraham If we can't integrate across the grade levels, we isolate math to the topic being covered at that moment. #mathchat
11:56 pm
cybraryman1:
All teachers can incorporate math concepts in their teaching. Cross-curricular teaching is important #mathchat
11:56 pm
ColinTGraham:
I think the major problem is expectation that a particular grade or year should be able to do ... what Sir Ken Robinson mentioned #mathchat
11:57 pm
p_staatz:
RT @cybraryman1: All teachers can incorporate math concepts in their teaching. Cross-curricular teaching is important #mathchat
11:57 pm
millerblair:
@colintgraham I think it comes from mandated curriculum standards (prov./state/national) and broad scale standardised testing. #mathchat
11:57 pm
LesLinks:
@MisterBremer Ya... see Math is in so much of what we live.. Art.. and math.. are 'one' as well... such an important connection.. #mathchat
11:58 pm
Saskateach:
RT @millerblair: @ColinTGraham If we can't integrate across the grade levels, we isolate math to the topic being covered at that moment. #mathchat
11:58 pm
ColinTGraham:
I wonder if what we really need is schools where children of mixed ages can work together on projects, where ability is used... #mathchat
11:58 pm
Catballou:
RT @cybraryman1: All teachers can incorporate math concepts in their teaching. Cross-curricular teaching is important #mathchat
11:58 pm
cybraryman1:
@MisterBremer My students loved tesselations. I have links on my Geometry page:http://bit.ly/cJMGuW #mathchat
11:59 pm
ColinTGraham:
@millerblair It's not just mathematics which is isolated by topic, but the students who cannot grasp the concepts too... #mathchat
11:59 pm
padgets:
@ColinTGraham #mathchat I would love to do this, but at our HS, content teachers are very territorial mixed ages are in the same class
11:59 pm
jackzangerle:
RT @cybraryman1: All teachers can incorporate math concepts in their teaching. Cross-curricular teaching is important #mathchat


padgets:
@ColinTGraham #mathchat if all of our schools were close in distance like a block or 2 it would help

millerblair:
Absolutely! @colintgraham I wonder if what we really need is schools where children of mixed ages can work together... #mathchat

ColinTGraham:
The creativity largely associated with the arts should be combined with the questioning/problem solving approaches of mathematics. #mathchat
12:01 am
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham or is it... like factories, easier to crowd control students by grade/subject/ math topic... easier burocratically #mathchat
12:01 am
Saskateach:
@ColinTGraham I think it would depend on how far apart the age gap gets. We can't sacrifice self esteem. #mathchat
12:01 am
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham I would agree.. mixed ages/working together #mathchat
12:01 am
millerblair:
@ColinTGraham A lot of my best learning in life has been through working in mixed age & ability groups - diff. ideas & understndgs #mathchat
12:02 am
ColinTGraham:
Maybe the vertical integration which Gary (@republicofmath) is suggesting would work if Grade/Year was ignored. #mathchat
12:02 am
LesLinks:
@cybraryman1 love tesselons too.. #mathchat
12:03 am
nuuutymel:
@cybraryman1 yes but here math teachers say the approaches frm blooms taxonomy don't fit into math. We include they must too #mathchat
12:03 am
ColinTGraham:
@Saskateach I agree on the self-esteem issue. But I have seen 7 and 11yo working well together in groups #mathchat
12:03 am
padgets:
#mathchat going to show my math challenge here, what are tesselons?
12:03 am
suburbanlion:
I think there's obvious need for greater integration of #math & #science, but connections between #math & #english get neglected #mathchat
12:04 am
padgets:
RT @ColinTGraham: The creativity largely associated with arts should be with the questioning/problem solving of mathematics. #mathchat
12:04 am
millerblair:
@colintgraham Agreed. Had that today with a stdnt today isolated in her understanding from the rest of the class. #mathchat
12:04 am
ColinTGraham:
I could see a situation with overlaps, to provide continuity, for example K-4, 2-5, 3-7,... #mathchat
12:05 am
republicofmath:
Agree! @ millerblair lot of my best learning has been through working in mixed age & ability groups - diff. ideas & understndgs #mathchat
12:05 am
ColinTGraham:
@padgets Think it was a typo - tessellations (tiling)! #mathchat
12:06 am
ColinTGraham:
@suburbanlion Unless you have to teach English as a foreign language, Ryan... ;-) #mathchat
12:06 am
padgets:
@ColinTGraham ummmm still do not know that one either #mathchat
12:06 am
republicofmath:
Think dispositions instead of topics. @ColinTGraham situation with overlaps, to provide continuity, for example K-4, 2-5, 3-7... #mathchat
12:06 am
Saskateach:
@ColinTGraham Short term I think it would be okay. But it can't become the program. Then we get into ability grouping.:( #mathchat
12:07 am
millerblair:
Why let the current arrangement stop us. Thinking now about connecting with elementary feeder schools for projects. #mathchat
12:08 am
ColinTGraham:
@padgets I'll put up a link for you later Sharon! Basically any quadrilateral can be used to cover a surface as a tile... #mathchat
12:08 am
suburbanlion:
@ColinTGraham point taken -- "connections between #math & <insert student's natural language here> get neglected" #mathchat
12:08 am
LesLinks:
@padgets shapes that fit together without gaps.. http://www.coolmath4kids.com/tesspag1.html may be useful for kids #mathchat
12:09 am
padgets:
RT @millerblair: Thinking now about connecting with elementary feeder schools for projects. #mathchat <<<<like this
12:10 am
ColinTGraham:
@Saskateach Ability grouping for what people can do @ certain points...Ss can be inspired by working with a 'brilliant' practioner #mathchat
12:10 am
POWERORGmath:
RT @cybraryman1: All teachers can incorporate math concepts in their teaching. Cross-curricular teaching is important #mathchat
12:10 am
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham Ya.. typo, excuse me I am a little 2E (dyslexicish.. spellingwise.. ;-D) #mathchat
12:11 am
POWERORGmath:
RT @MisterBremer: As an art teacher I try to bring more involved math and geometry concepts as students progress. #mathchat
12:11 am
ColinTGraham:
@millerblair I think many schools could be more imaginative in their outreach to those before and after them, across the board #mathchat
12:12 am
POWERORGmath:
RT @republicofmath: Vertical integration K-20 is critical, IMO, if math teaching is to survive. It's too fragmented now. Big themes missing. #mathchat
12:12 am
davidwees:
@padgets @millerblair Connecting with other schools is always beneficial at some level, for students & educators. #mathchat #edchat
12:12 am
suburbanlion:
RT @cybraryman1: All teachers can incorporate math concepts in their teaching. Cross-curricular teaching is important #mathchat
12:12 am
suburbanlion:
RT @republicofmath: Vertical integration K-20 is critical, IMO, if math teaching is to survive. It's too fragmented now. Big themes missing. #mathchat
12:13 am
honeynoir:
Yup!Cool! RT @POWERORGmath RT @MisterBremer: As an art teacher I bring more involved math & geometry concepts as students progress #mathchat
12:13 am
padgets:
#mathchat does anyone use skype or something similiar to connect with other schools?
12:13 am
ColinTGraham:
I always love bringing the history of mathematics and mathematical concepts into lessons when I can...real cross-year integration! #mathchat
12:14 am
LesLinks:
If we can engage students, in the relevance, intristic essence of math inherent in all subjects.. there is understanding #mathchat
12:14 am
millerblair:
@colintgraham Me included - just beginning to work on outreach. Starting project development. #mathchat
12:15 am
POWERORGmath:
#mathchat It's interesting that we limit learning to age/grade. In college we mix them up.
12:15 am
ColinTGraham:
@republicofmath Dispositions and more especially cognitive development. Best interaction I ever saw was between a 14yo and 11yo #mathchat
12:15 am
POWERORGmath:
RT @republicofmath: Agree! @ millerblair lot of my best learning has been through working in mixed age & ability groups - diff. ideas & understndgs #mathchat
12:15 am
LesLinks:
@padgets skpe is going to be really important in connecting classrooms #mathchat
12:16 am
suburbanlion:
Excellent overview of important #mathed issues RT @republicofmath Vertical integration of mathematics K-20 http://wp.me/pJESd-Lc #mathchat
12:16 am
millerblair:
RT @ColinTGraham: I always love bringing the history of mathematics and mathematical concepts into lessons when I can...real cross-year integration! #mathchat
12:16 am
POWERORGmath:
@republicofmath Mixed age/ability levels provide both remediation and opptys for advanced learning #mathchat
12:16 am
padgets:
#mathchat last week the math member of my freshman academy team had kids design a car in her Pre-Alegebra class, it was very cool
12:17 am
davidwees:
Have we all found some action we can take to encourage cross-curricular integration of mathematics? #mathchat
12:17 am
ColinTGraham:
One way a greater integration of both subject and year is going to be achieved is through student blogs and sharing of common ?ns #mathchat
12:17 am
padgets:
@LesLinks I know! have already done some, maybe with some math classes, mixed ages and grades? #mathchat
12:18 am
ColinTGraham:
@davidwees I think we also need to look for cross-grade/year integration within mathematics teaching too! #mathchat
12:18 am
padgets:
Do we have a page on the math wiki to share those ideas? #mathchat
12:18 am
POWERORGmath:
Gr8 in many ways. RT @padgets: #mathchat does anyone use skype or something similiar to connect with other schools?
12:18 am
millerblair:
@powerorgmath ...and mixed age/ability provides opportunity for deepening understanding of previously introduced/used concepts. #mathchat
12:18 am
cybraryman1:
My Math History/Biographies page: http://bit.ly/cEhD7P #mathchat
12:18 am
LesLinks:
@ColinTGraham Ya.. cross year, cross grade, cross age.should be interest/ability based... this subject cries out for it.. @padgets #mathchat
12:18 am
POWERORGmath:
RT @LesLinks: @padgets skpe is going to be really important in connecting classrooms #mathchat
12:18 am
padgets:
RT @cybraryman1: My Math History/Biographies page: http://bit.ly/cEhD7P #mathchat
12:19 am
ColinTGraham:
@padgets The archive will provide a record, together with any links, and you can use the discussion pages there too! #mathchat
12:19 am
Saskateach:
@POWERORGmath Are u talking short term- 1 or 2 lessons or long term grouping? #mathchat
12:19 am
padgets:
@ColinTGraham AWESOME!!!! #mathchat
12:20 am
LesLinks:
RT @cybraryman1: My Math History/Biographies page: http://bit.ly/cEhD7P #mathchat
12:20 am
ColinTGraham:
When a student thinks they 'get it' and has a realistic situation to explain what it is to someone who doesn't, that's learning... #mathchat
12:20 am
suburbanlion:
The #WCYDWT approach taken by @ddmeyer looks to be an excellent method for cross-curricular integration #mathchat
12:20 am
millerblair:
@padgets Am currently working on a developing a "global issues" math project w/ another class through http://ourworldvision.ca #mathchat
12:20 am
tonnet:
RT @cybraryman1: My Math History/Biographies page: http://bit.ly/cEhD7P #mathchat
12:21 am
ColinTGraham:
... when they have to formulate and then explain something, taking into account the level of the Ss they are explaining to... #mathchat
12:21 am
POWERORGmath:
@davidwees #mathchat 1 action we are taking in highered is tchg betwn depts (dev ed/genl ed) #mathchat
12:22 am
davidwees:
@ColinTGraham Definitely, but this happens more often at my school already so I forgot about it. #mathchat
12:22 am
ColinTGraham:
@suburbanlion I think WCYDWT is more about here's something which raises 'mathematical' questions.... what are they/answer them #mathchat
12:24 am
ColinTGraham:
It would be interesting if the HS geography teacher came into maths lesson and taught bearings... maths teacher goes to art ... #mathchat
12:24 am
POWERORGmath:
@davidwees #mathchat suppl material/applications can also be used to make meaningful connections btwn courses
12:24 am
millerblair:
@padgets Great documentation & example of how two classes did Eratosthenes experiment w/ Skypehttp://bit.ly/9OwnqW #mathchat
12:25 am
ColinTGraham:
Just to re-focus on the topic... what can we do to facilitate everything we have been discussing? #mathchat
12:25 am
LesLinks:
My ds in 4th grade(9yr old), was working at(keenly interested)/college level 18yr old. hard to match.. we used theoni pappas books #mathchat
12:25 am
padgets:
RT @millerblair: Great documentation & example of how two classes did Eratosthenes experiment w/ Skype http://bit.ly/9OwnqW #mathchat
12:26 am
POWERORGmath:
@Saskateach #mathchat both short-term (project/thematic) and long-term based on abilities have been effective.
12:26 am
suburbanlion:
@ColinTGraham but at the same time, it provides an opportunity to see how mathematical ?s are present in a variety of situations #mathchat
12:27 am
millerblair:
@colintgraham Talk to other schools in our area, learn about topics in other years, structure projects around cross-curr. topics #mathchat
12:27 am
ColinTGraham:
@suburbanlion Yes and in some situations a 'mathematical' approach may not always be the best answer to a question = pseudocontext #mathchat
12:28 am
Saskateach:
@POWERORGmath What research do u have to support long term ability groupings? There is much to support not doing it. #mathchat
12:29 am
DoeMiSo:
Here's a site for integrating math and science into music. http://goo.gl/XlOO #mathchat #scichat#musedchat #edchat
12:29 am
POWERORGmath:
@Saskateach #mathchat I've seen 4/5 tchrs team for 1/2 year to purposefully offer math integration
12:29 am
ColinTGraham:
So, any final thoughts before we part company... ? #mathchat
12:29 am
padgets:
RT @DoeMiSo: Here's a site for integrating math and science into music. http://goo.gl/XlOO#mathchat #scichat #musedchat #edchat
12:31 am
ColinTGraham:
Ok, thanks everyone for another stimulating chat. The archive will be online in about 30 minutes #mathchat
12:31 am
Saskateach:
@POWERORGmath How do you group? Based on one exam? All they do long term is lower the bar for some and widen the gap. #mathchat
12:32 am
clairelowe2:
@ColinTGraham #mathchat stage not age and plenty of creativity, real life problems and basic computation ....
12:32 am
padgets:
)#mathchat thanks for letting me lurk and learn, love you guys, tweet you next week :)
12:33 am
ColinTGraham:
VERY IMPORTANT! please vote on the effect of changes of times because of daylight saving...http://bit.ly/9Tm2FF #mathchat
12:33 am
davidwees:
Thanks for the #mathchat folks. Sorry I dropped out at the end there, Clarence Fisher is extremely interesting...
12:35 am
millerblair:
@padgets You're hardly lurking:) Always good to chat. Thanks all - you ladies and gents keep me thinking. #mathchat
12:35 am
ColinTGraham:
See you all next time, thanks for dropping by! ;-) #mathchat
12:35 am
POWERORGmath:
@Saskateach Should have defined long-term as 6 years following 3 rotations of hi-risk studs (as exp/evidence). #mathchat
12:35 am
MariaMoodle:
RT @DoeMiSo: Here's a site for integrating math and science into music. http://goo.gl/XlOO#mathchat #scichat #musedchat #edchat
12:35 am
ColinTGraham:
Don't forget to follow new people, and also follow @mathchat to keep informed about anything new. #mathchat
12:36 am
Saskateach:
Thanks all for an interesting #mathchat and thanks to @ColinTGraham for making it happen.
12:38 am
ColinTGraham:
@Saskateach Thanks Jennifer, but it's all the participants that make #mathchat happen, not just me!