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HCPS eLearning Teacher Recommendations UPDATEDDownload From the district, please see this e-Learning recommendation document covering which resources are best to use with students, parents, and other stakeholders. This includes settings when using Zoom with students.
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Navigating the HCPS Elem Math Contingency Plan

Information for teachers on the purpose, the resources used, and how to navigate the HCPS Elementary Math Contingency Plan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qt9Za5kGk8 Reminder: For details on accessing the Contingency Plan watch here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shCBy7CcdN0
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Assigning to Multiple Rosters in enVision

Another great support video from Math Coach Megan Donini. This video shows you how to set up your rosters in Pearson Realize to be able to assign resources to multiple student rosters.
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HCPS Support with Edsby

Edsby will be a major resource to use to connect to students and parents. HCPS has put together 4 videos to support use with Edsby on Youtube. Remember, for additional questions or help you can contact the E-Learning support line…
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Assigning enVision Lessons to Your Students

Many teachers would like to utilize the enVision lessons/resource available in Pearson Realize through Clever. Folsom Elementary Math Coach Megan Donini has been kind enough to share a video she created for her staff walking through how to assign enVision…
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Using Zoom…

Many teachers are interested in learning more about Zoom, and how they might access this resource to use with students next week. Check out these two helpful links for the time being to get up and running. Also check out…
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Need help accessing enVision resources in Pearson Realize? Check this post out!

All enVision K-5 resources can be accessed using Pearson Realize through Clever. HCPS teachers can check out this video for support in accessing these materials.
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Accessing the Elementary Math Instructional Contingency Plan

The elementary math team has put together a video on how teachers can access the HCPS instructional contingency plan. Please check out the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shCBy7CcdN0
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HCPS Coronavirus Update

HCPS Coronavirus Update As we use the week after spring break to begin planning for distance eLearning, please refer to official messages from Superintendent Addison Davis through your district email.  We will be posting Blog updates here to support teachers…
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Subitizing, A funny name for a serious topic!

Subitizing, A funny name for a serious topic!
Subitizing comes from the Latin word for "suddenly" and refers to our ability to instantly see how many dots or objects exist in front of them. Without counting, are you able to instantly recognize what number you rolled when you…
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Are Timed Tests Effective Tools for Teaching Fact Fluency?

Are Timed Tests Effective Tools for Teaching Fact Fluency?
"Drilling with out understanding is harmful. I'm not saying math facts aren't important. I'm saying math facts are best learned when we understand them and use them in different situations."  Jo Boaler, Stanford University Read the trending article about her research…
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Ten Frames – Why they are awesome!

Ten Frames – Why they are awesome!
Ten-frames are a simple graphic tool that allow children to "see" number values.  They are used in Pre-K through 2nd grade to represent values, build an understanding of ten, relate ten to place value in numbers greater than ten, help…
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A Different Angle on Basic Facts

A Different Angle on Basic Facts
Many kids who struggle to learn their basic facts often believe there are hundreds of facts to be learned because they do not understand the relationship between the facts and between the operations.  A tool that can help students learn…
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Adding from Left to Right? What’s up with That?

Adding from Left to Right? What’s up with That?
As you all know there are many reasons to teach students different strategies and algorithms.  We want our children to find the most efficient and accurate method that works for them.  As teachers and parents, we want to encourage our…
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