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Young Children's Mathematics - Session 2: Bringing Together Counting and Problem Solving - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Lamb
31:17
Hi Kristine! Welcome!
Melissa Soto
31:35
Link to Google Folder with slides: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Salmeron, Angelica
31:52
ok, thank you
Lisa Lamb
32:07
Welcome! We are delighted that you are here today!
NILUFAR JAHAN
32:54
Hello everyone! Happy to be here!
Melissa Soto
33:06
Link to Google Folder with slides: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Sally Fox
33:20
Hello, bonjour! Nice to be learning with you all today!
Nicole Strazzeri
33:34
hello
Melissa Soto
33:57
Link to Google Folder with slides: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
34:08
Hello everyone.
Melissa Soto
34:59
Ha, Ha! Yes!
Lisa Lamb
35:17
Welcome! Link to the folder with slides and materials from both sessions.https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
jessica dominguez
35:40
Hi, everyone Jessica Dominguez "Miles EEC"
Lisa Lamb
36:22
Yes, you are all in mute.
Melissa Soto
36:31
Yes, everyone is on mute but at different times you can raise your hand to speak.
Melissa Soto
37:08
Link to Google Folder with slides: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Julie Cote (CH)
37:14
Glad to be here!
Vazquez, Alejandra
37:18
Hello, Alex Vazquez, Corona Ave CSPP
060300
38:13
Hello, everyone.
Melissa Soto
38:19
Yes, let me get your email address or can you send it to the panelists and I will send it your way.
Cynthia Real
38:21
preschool EEC teacher
HAIEDEH HABIBPOOR DARGAH
38:41
Hello every one!
ruiz
38:54
HI This is Blanca Ruiz, PK special education teacher
Jennifer Cortez
39:00
Preschool teacher
NILUFAR JAHAN
39:04
Nilufar Jahan San Fernando EEC
HAIEDEH HABIBPOOR DARGAH
39:37
Preschool teacher
Daniela Uriarte
39:44
Daniela Uriarte Gledhill EEC
Melissa Soto
40:21
Can you post your email address, I can’t seem to find it, so sorry!
angela
40:22
hi im mrs. angela noble eec teacher asst
Melissa Soto
40:46
Welcome everyone! Link to Google Folder with slides: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Antonia Magana
40:53
hello
Lisa Lamb
41:17
nick.johnson@sdsu.edu
Sonia Markovich
41:29
sonia miles eec
jessica dominguez
42:17
Hi Ms. Sonia
Sonia Markovich
42:38
hi ms dominguez
Melissa Soto
42:56
Welcome everyone! Link to Google Folder with slides: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Sonia Markovich
42:59
is anyone else here from miles?
Maria L. Aranda
44:01
Hello everyone, nice to be back.
Melissa Soto
44:14
Sorry Nora!
Melissa Soto
44:31
I believe she is in first grade
Ashley Breeden
44:33
I love her explanation!
Lisa Lamb
44:38
The student is in first grade.
Ghazal Saad
44:56
organize groups
Vazquez, Alejandra
44:58
She grouped
Ashley Breeden
44:58
She understands that there are three groups of six.
Liliana Jauregui
44:59
She knows about grouping
Chloe Ford
45:00
She is able to group 6 cookies on each plate three times
Sonia Markovich
45:02
she groups in sets
Carrie Ignacio
45:03
grouping
Myuriel
45:04
She knows how to represent the problem
Brenda Ekiz
45:05
she know to make 3 groups
Deborah Scott (MR)
45:09
cardinality
Daniela Uriarte
45:11
she organize first then start solving problem through sequence counting
Julie Cote (CH)
45:11
She knows how to count 6 cookie some plate
Sandra
45:13
she grouped them and counted by ones
Laura Velez
45:14
She represented everything
Daniela Uriarte
45:15
addition
DOREEN AHADIAN
45:17
Two separate quantities and she’s only counting the cookies not the plates
Nicole Strazzeri
45:18
She know what grouping is
kimberly.jordan@lausd.net
45:18
The objects represented the numbers
Sally Fox
45:18
She is representing the plates and the cookies with the same markers.
Beatriz De La Torre
45:20
she grouped
Gloria Davies
45:22
She was organized and she let the cubes represent different things-plates and cookies.
Maria Gutierrez
45:23
she was great in coming up with her answer, and she knows how to group the items
Laura Velez
45:23
She makes equal groups
060300
45:25
She separated in groups.
Julie Cote (CH)
45:26
She knows how to set up the problem
Veronica Mentaze
45:27
creates sets of 6 within each group
Neil, Christine
45:29
understands distribution of manipulatives
Aispuro, Estephanie
45:33
she took time to mentally form a strategy
Julie Cote (CH)
45:36
She counts 1:1
Jila
45:37
She know she needs three plates and six in each plate
Sally Fox
45:39
She started with the plates, then put out the cookies.
Salmeron, Angelica
45:43
has number sense, one to one correspondence
Karla Zugarazo
45:45
she separated and counted into three different groups
Daniela Uriarte
45:48
she represents
irene Luco
45:48
divide by groups
Deborah Scott (MR)
45:49
she made sense of the problem
chanbir puri
45:53
she used plates represented by counters
060300
45:54
Organized her counting
Julie Cote (CH)
45:58
She direct models
Laura Velez
45:59
She contextualized the story
Melissa Soto
46:21
What amazing responses from you all!!
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
46:59
She counts and organizing, 1:1.
Dorothy Okoye
48:38
grouping understands quantity
Melissa Soto
49:12
Link to Google Folder with slides: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Melissa Soto
50:43
Hum… can you hear them?
Lety
51:15
She is able to recall the last number she counted.
Ashley Breeden
51:20
She stuck with the final answer she gave the first time.
Chloe Ford
51:21
1:1 correspondence is off
Maria L Perez
51:22
She knows counting sequence to 10
Ghazal Saad
51:24
one to one correspondence,cardinality
Pam
51:34
she knows how to count to 10
Choi, Soo
51:41
She is able to rote count to 10
Maria L Perez
51:42
She is developing her one to one correspondence
DOREEN AHADIAN
51:43
She seems to love 10! She knows 10 comes after 9
Sandra
51:44
she knows her counting sequence up to 10
Brenda Ekiz
51:45
she organizes the collection
Daniela Uriarte
51:49
gives more than one number to object
Maria Di Meglio
51:54
counting sequence to 10
Nicole Strazzeri
52:01
she knows to continue to count from where she left off
irene Luco
52:29
she went from smaller to bigger
Maria Gutierrez
52:46
yes, she definitely knows the number sequence, and can recall what the last number she indicated was.
AMABEL GONZALEZ
52:47
observed one to one correspondence and cardinality
060300
52:48
She her knows counting
Kelly Schumacher
52:53
Hazel has cardinality...she knows that the last number she says is the number of objects she has in the group.
Maria L Perez
53:17
She knows that the last number said should be the total number of dinosaurs
Julie Cote (CH)
53:33
She was determined to have the answer ten, because she said it already
Maria Di Meglio
53:36
Ten might be her number of the day!
Sonia Markovich
53:38
I don't think she likes to be wrong
Ana P. Garcia
54:15
She has practice counting to ten. So she has that in her mind
Sally Fox
54:19
She counted as she arranged the dinosaurs. She counted from one to ten fluently but she made a mistake, perhaps because her attention was distracted as she tried to make the T Rex stand up. When she recounted, it seemed like she wanted to get the same answer as the first time.
Nicole Strazzeri
54:49
Well she remembered that she had a dinosaur in her hand and she wanted to include it in the group so as she gave it a number, she gave the other dinosaur a second number as she continued to count
Aide Santana
55:26
she has organization
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
55:46
Hazel can count to ten, she also has cardinality. She can use some work, but she's really good for her age.
DOREEN AHADIAN
56:40
Soooo good
Sonia Markovich
56:44
she is so smart good problem solver
Maria L Perez
57:10
She needs to use a direct model
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
57:25
She can problem solve using counters.
Sally Fox
57:30
I thought you were going to have her bring up the last dinosaur and realize there were 9! ; )
Brenda Ekiz
57:41
she did a great job and i liked how you made her think and asked the right questions
Jane Raphael
57:41
I love how much kids can do when the math work is presented in a playful way
Ufuoma Akpovi
57:55
I notice that she is a visual learner
chanbir puri
58:03
she knew if fallen means take away and adding to bring back one
Julie Cote (CH)
58:38
Direct models the problem!!
Lisa Lamb
01:00:13
sorry we did not get a chance to hear your comments!
Maria L Perez
01:00:25
She can skip count by 2
Julie Cote (CH)
01:00:37
Skip counts and checks
Maria L Perez
01:00:51
She counts each one individually to double check her result
Pam
01:01:03
she can skip count by 2 but double checks by 1s
Sarah RAmirez
01:01:23
counting by 2, but double checks by counting bananas individually
Melissa Soto
01:01:25
Woohoo counting by 2s!
Nicole Strazzeri
01:01:30
transitioning to count by 2's
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:01:30
She count to six, but said that's eight. Sound like she's grouping.
AMABEL GONZALEZ
01:01:33
counts by 2, problem solves; very smart
Julie Cote (CH)
01:01:35
She even could say how she counted
Ashley Breeden
01:02:04
Equal sharing!
Sally Fox
01:02:27
We each have some bananas isn’t necessarily equal.
060300
01:02:38
She was counting by two, then to make sure she counted each one individually.
Dorothy Okoye
01:02:39
smart girl counting by 2s
Nicole Strazzeri
01:02:52
she knows to take some away when sharing
Ashley Breeden
01:04:09
Woah, there is a lot going on that she is doing. I love how she made two different lines, it is funny how she didn't use that.
AMABEL GONZALEZ
01:04:46
understands subtraction and addition very well
Pam
01:05:05
Asking the right questions gives you so much information
Dorothy Okoye
01:05:06
very well
Daniela Uriarte
01:05:22
Wow. she was so ready to learn
HAIEDEH HABIBPOOR DARGAH
01:05:26
I love open ended questions from the teacher.
Brenda Ekiz
01:05:33
she has so much patience to keep counting them over and over again
Daniela Uriarte
01:05:34
able to count by twos
kimberly.jordan@lausd.net
01:05:42
lots of vocabulary
Ghazal Saad
01:05:46
her problem solving skills
Maria L Perez
01:05:46
I was surprised with the way she divided them in “half”
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:05:48
She can problem solve. She can count. She love to take away.
Nicole Strazzeri
01:05:51
she took two away so that both of them can have 5
Ayala, Alejandra
01:05:55
Students are able to divide at a young age. Sometimes we as adults limit them
Julie Cote (CH)
01:05:57
I was surprised that she didn’t right away know to share equally when she had them lined up
Chloe Ford
01:05:57
I was very surprised when she divided the bananas down the middle. It also was interesting to me if her skip counting was hindering her ability to separate the bananas to split them evenly.
irene Luco
01:05:58
how she divided by half
DOREEN AHADIAN
01:05:59
When she distributed out the last 2 bananas, she didn’t have to go back and count each set. She mentally added on another one and said 6
Brenda Ekiz
01:05:59
she has a strong math core if she can do all that
Choi, Soo
01:06:01
She was lining up by two rows but she splited in the middle.
Sally Fox
01:06:04
It surprised me when they said something like, “I said that silently so you didn’t hear me.”
Salmeron, Angelica
01:06:08
She can explain her thinking!
Dorothy Okoye
01:06:09
counting by 2s knowing how to divide
MARINA ROCHA
01:06:10
Able to add and subtract when needed
Lety
01:06:11
I was surprised by her use of the concept of dividing things in the middle.
Daniela Uriarte
01:06:12
able to identify up to 4 objects just by looking
Maria Di Meglio
01:06:12
When she divided the bananas into 2 groups of 6 and was asked how they could be shared, she still didn't share equally
Karla Zugarazo
01:06:16
she separated them into two equal sharing groups
Ana P. Garcia
01:06:17
She has cordiality of the small groups
Monica Esquibel
01:06:20
She can retain numbers in her head as she continue to work. Each group had 5 and then added 1 more to each, total 6
Neil, Christine
01:06:23
She lined up the bands one over the other to make half, but then separated them with a visual divide rather than noticing that she had already separated them in equal groups.
irene Luco
01:06:23
How to take away and add
Maria L Perez
01:06:24
I was surprised when she responded they each had 6
Daniela Uriarte
01:06:25
knows concept of half
Jane Raphael
01:06:26
it surprised me when she divided the bananas in half and had 6 in each group
060300
01:06:28
There were right open ended questions to solve the problem.
Sarah RAmirez
01:06:36
She made 2 equal rows but splits bananas in half
Angela B
01:06:39
That she stuck to it. Lots of perseverance
Deborah Scott (MR)
01:06:42
I was surprised when she split the group down the middle to share equally
Dorothy Okoye
01:06:46
very vocal
Daniela Uriarte
01:06:48
nice questioning from teacher
Maria Di Meglio
01:06:49
I thought she would have cut it horizontally instead of vertically
Sally Fox
01:06:59
It surprised me when she decided to just leave two bananas out of the sharing, so the two groups of five could be shared.
Ana P. Garcia
01:07:06
Remember there were 5 thus became six without recounting
Maria Gutierrez
01:07:09
Both the teacher and the child were great. What was surprising to me was how Lorelai knew what she was doing and understanding her counting no matter how the teacher asked her the different open ended questions , she was still able to respond appropriately. very bright child
Daniela Uriarte
01:07:21
she was patient even though it seems she wanted to go out to play
Choi, Soo
01:07:23
She is able to verbalize what she is doing.
Esmeralda Rubio
01:07:36
l love the way she is talking words take away, adding
060300
01:07:48
She was dividing in groups, counting to make sure. She is smart kid.
Jill Levan
01:07:58
It surprised me how often she recounted to check her counting.
Maria L Perez
01:09:26
The teacher originally asked for them to share them, she did not say equally initially
Pamela Huston
01:13:45
I like using the open ended process to get the childs thoughts and knowledge
Lisa Lamb
01:15:31
Hi Nora. We will try to spread out questions to make sure that others are able to pose their questions, too. Thanks so much for sharing!
Pamela Huston
01:17:13
Will we be able to get the charts you show?
Melissa Soto
01:17:46
The chart is in the Google Folder. Here is the link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Pamela Huston
01:18:19
Thank you
Aide Santana
01:18:34
we can incorporate the buttons with Pete the Cat story
Lety
01:18:43
Buttons and the three little bears. Buttons and Little Red Riding Hood.
Julie Cote (CH)
01:18:45
Some of the frogs hopped into the pond. How many are left?
Sally Fox
01:18:46
Frog stories could involve some frogs sitting on the side of the river and other frogs swimming.
Karla Zugarazo
01:18:56
collections of fruits
Esmeralda Rubio
01:18:57
hungry caterpillar story
Maria Di Meglio
01:18:57
How many more green pom poms are there than red pom poms?
Joaquin
01:18:59
fruit pic: what can you tell me about this fruit? what is alike? what is different?
Pamela Huston
01:19:08
We can use the button for our clothing study
Leti
01:19:10
Buttons on clothing and falling off and getting replaced.
Pam
01:19:10
If you ate some of the blueberries
Jane Raphael
01:19:12
Making shirts with buttons on them
Maria Gutierrez
01:19:14
We can incorporate the fruit in The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Ayala, Alejandra
01:19:20
Buttons on a few students’ jackets
Daniela Uriarte
01:19:24
Pompom rolling down the table
Chloe Ford
01:19:26
I have 3 jackets, each jacket has five buttons, How many buttons do I have?If I have 20 buttons, but my teddy bears clothes rip and I need to sew 3 buttons onto my teddy bear, how many do I have now?
Aispuro, Estephanie
01:19:28
beach balls at the beach
Sally Fox
01:19:30
Frog stories could also have some frogs on rocks and climbing trees.
Karla Zugarazo
01:19:36
how many bluberries you see what would happen if you eat 5 bluberries
Julie Cote (CH)
01:19:36
I have 6 green and blue buttons. 3 are green, how many are blue?
irene Luco
01:19:37
Making a train
Pamela Huston
01:19:41
pete the cat story about buttons
Aispuro, Estephanie
01:19:43
pebbles in the pond
Lety
01:19:44
Pete the cat and his groovy buttons\
Loreen Miyoshi
01:19:51
Adding fruit to make make smoothies
Joaquin
01:19:54
If three frogs hopped away how many would you have left?
Leti
01:19:56
Frogs on 3 different lily pads
HAIEDEH HABIBPOOR DARGAH
01:19:57
Who got the button story
chanbir puri
01:19:59
which color pom poms are more?
Aispuro, Estephanie
01:19:59
bubbles
Daniela Uriarte
01:20:00
create a fruit salad recipe that specifies a number for each fruit
Noe, Julissa
01:20:06
If we found the same amount of pom poms and we put it together, how many would we have now?
Julie Cote (CH)
01:20:11
Which group of berries is more?
Salmeron, Angelica
01:20:11
The very hungry caterpillar had 10 strawberries. He ate 6 strawberries. How many did he have left?
Dorothy Okoye
01:20:19
count the button by color and let see how many of each color we have
Ana P. Garcia
01:20:23
How many buttons do you want on your sweaters
Maria L Perez
01:20:30
How many pieces of fruit are there? How many would there be if a caterpillar ate 4 pieces?
Pamela Huston
01:20:52
String buttons by patterns
ruiz
01:21:04
The Very Hungry Caterpillar sorting pompoms and ask what fruit has more or fewer
Pamela Huston
01:21:12
size of buttons
Daniela Uriarte
01:21:25
Mary had 7 strawberries on her basket but two of them fall while she was about eat them how many does she has left in her basket?
Sonia Markovich
01:21:26
maybe separate the buttons into colors and ask how many green buttons
Pamela Huston
01:21:31
shapes of buttons
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:22:00
How many? can be seen as addition or multiplication.
Dorothy Okoye
01:22:13
also count the buttons by shapes
Christiana
01:22:35
arrange buttons by shapes
Melissa Soto
01:22:58
Hi Haleh!!! So glad you are here!
Dorothy Okoye
01:23:19
how else can you group the button to count them
Pamela Huston
01:23:59
Once they are comfortable they seem to be more confident
Julie Cote (CH)
01:24:05
He recounts first…
Julie Cote (CH)
01:24:29
Then 19 20
Julie Cote (CH)
01:24:33
2 more
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:25:19
He has 1:1, Cardinality, and problem solving skill. His mind set in very organized.
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:26:16
problem solving skills
Debbie Williams
01:27:28
Patricia Fernandez- The slides are labeled as a draft in my Google Drive.
Lisa Lamb
01:28:26
You’re welcome! Thanks for attending!
Melissa Soto
01:29:31
Thanks for coming!
Sonia Markovich
01:29:57
I feel like this is justthe tip of the iceburg. will you be offering more sessions.
Kristin Gibson
01:30:01
Thank you!
Nora
01:30:03
Thank you Mr. Johnson
HAIEDEH HABIBPOOR DARGAH
01:30:03
Thank you!
Pam
01:30:03
Thank you!
Maria L Perez
01:30:03
Thank you
Sarah Cho
01:30:07
thank you
Chloe Ford
01:30:11
Thank you so much!!!
R. Sanchez
01:30:12
thank you
Daniela Uriarte
01:30:12
thank you
Salmeron, Angelica
01:30:13
Great webinar!
angela
01:30:13
thnk you
060300
01:30:15
Thanks you
Karla Zugarazo
01:30:17
thank you
NILUFAR JAHAN
01:30:17
Thank you very much Prof. Nick Jonson and everyone who participated today. BE Safe and Take care!
Joe Marsella
01:30:18
Thank you!
Jane Raphael
01:30:19
Nick, thanks for the enriching afternoon
irene Luco
01:30:20
Thank you!
ruiz
01:30:21
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
Angie Romo
01:30:23
Thank you!
Michele Asprer
01:30:26
Thank you so much! :) This was very helpful! :)
Sonia Markovich
01:30:29
thank you I learnt so much
Flora Aladzhyan
01:30:30
Thank You!
Ashley Breeden
01:30:30
Thank you, Nick!
Carmen Lopez
01:30:31
Thank you!
Vazquez, Alejandra
01:30:35
ty
Liliana Jauregui
01:30:36
Thank you!
C H
01:30:39
Thank you!!!
Ufuoma Akpovi
01:30:40
Thank you very much
SALLY POLA
01:30:40
Thank you!
Brenda Ekiz
01:30:46
thank you..good day!
Antonia Magana
01:30:54
thank you
Pilar Heinrichs
01:30:54
THANK YOU! It was very easy to understand
MARINA ROCHA
01:30:58
Thank You
Ghazal Saad
01:31:04
Thank you!
Pamela Huston
01:31:07
Thank you for a GREAT presentation!
Dorothy Okoye
01:31:08
thank you
Gonzalez, Liliana
01:31:15
thank
chanbir puri
01:31:20
Thank you
jessica dominguez
01:31:27
thank you!!!
Dorothy Okoye
01:31:37
very informative
Jila
01:31:37
Thank you
Choi, Soo
01:31:41
Thank you for making this webinar free to us.
Melissa Soto
01:31:41
https://education.sdsu.edu/crmse/projects/sd_math_project
AMABEL GONZALEZ
01:31:48
Thank you. We all learned something new that we can all take back and apply in our classrooms
Maria L. Aranda
01:31:49
Thank you! Where can I go to find out of more of your presentations/websites?
Ufuoma Akpovi
01:32:06
I need to scan the code. Can you repost the code, please
Melissa Soto
01:32:10
https://education.sdsu.edu/crmse/projects/sd_math_project
Vazquez, Alejandra
01:32:39
Can you forward it to our email?
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:33:00
Building on what they already know, and observing how they master their thoughts to apply the process to problem solve.
Pamela Huston
01:33:09
Can you re-post the code Please
Maria Gutierrez
01:33:29
what is the code used or needed for?
irene Luco
01:33:37
Organizing collections support what? I didn't read the last part
Sally Fox
01:33:54
Hi, Jameson!
Melissa Soto
01:35:22
https://education.sdsu.edu/crmse/projects/sd_math_project
Daniela Uriarte
01:35:24
Do I get a certificate for completing this webinar?
MARIA JULIA FRIAS
01:35:24
thank you!
Melissa Soto
01:35:32
https://education.sdsu.edu/crmse/projects/sd_math_project
Lisa Lamb
01:35:35
Link to sessions is sdmathproject.sdsu.edu
Melissa Soto
01:35:41
https://education.sdsu.edu/crmse/projects/sd_math_project
Lisa Lamb
01:35:51
You can see the links to the webinar at sdmathproject.sdsu.edu.
Pamela Huston
01:35:59
How do we obtain the certificates we attended in all the sessions?
Maria L. Aranda
01:36:01
Great clarifications!—Maria Aranda
Melissa Soto
01:36:07
https://education.sdsu.edu/crmse/projects/sd_math_project
Karla Zugarazo
01:36:11
Thank you
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:36:30
I agree, we have learned so much that's going to help in our classroom.
HAIEDEH HABIBPOOR DARGAH
01:36:32
thank you
Lisa Lamb
01:36:50
Nice to see your name!! Missing you here!
Vazquez, Alejandra
01:36:51
Preschool instruction virtually
Rosaura Morales
01:36:55
Thank you
Melissa Soto
01:36:57
Certificates will be posted on the Google Folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Monica Esquibel
01:37:06
Thank you!
Melissa Soto
01:37:08
Certificates will be posted on the Google Folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:37:27
Thank you so much.
Debbie Williams
01:37:52
Thank you!
CARMEN CRUZ
01:38:05
Thank you
Lisa Lamb
01:38:17
Nick’s email address is nick.johnson@sdsu.edu
Pamela Huston
01:38:26
Thank you for answering my questions
Nick Johnson
01:39:06
#countingcollectionsathome
Lisa Lamb
01:39:39
#countingcollectionsathome
Janette
01:40:03
The certificate is from last session. Not today
Melissa Soto
01:40:45
We will post the certificate soon, sorry for the delay, please check back and we will post! Thanks!
Janette
01:40:59
Thank you
Nick Johnson
01:41:38
first webinar is posted to san diego math project website
Melissa Soto
01:42:13
There is a certificate in the Google Folder for the first session that you have access to. ;-)
Melissa Soto
01:44:01
Certificate for the first session is in the Google Folder, and we will upload today’s certificate soon. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11vCh-iXA1sVv5HvZ08ddm1T_dY2pBBAY
Lety
01:44:58
do you have a twitter handle so i can follow you?
Melissa Soto
01:44:59
Whole class counting collections is great so students can share with each other.
Melissa Soto
01:45:10
@CarrythZero
Karla Zugarazo
01:45:37
everything was clear
HAIEDEH HABIBPOOR DARGAH
01:45:39
thanks
Loreen Miyoshi
01:45:41
Thank you Nick!
Lisa Lamb
01:45:44
Please email Nick if your question was not answered, at nick.johnson@sdsu.edu
Julliet Franklin-Alvarez
01:45:46
Thanks
Karla Zugarazo
01:45:47
thank you
Laura Velez
01:45:49
Thank you!
Parra, Erendira
01:45:55
Thank You!
Maria L. Aranda
01:45:55
thanks!
Melissa Soto
01:46:16
Please email nick if you still have questions! Sorry we did not get a chance to answer all of them!
williams
01:46:21
blackwell
Aispuro, Estephanie
01:46:22
I need information on filling out todays evaluation