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Lesson: CCSS: Math: Comparing Numbers: Between 0 and 20 Location: School Subject: Math Grade: K This intermediate learner Lesson will help students be able to compare if numbers of objects in one group are greater than, less than, or equal to the number of objects in another group by using matching and counting strategies. To download lessons from the shared library: 1. Click on the Shared Library tab on the left side of the screen in the Oneder Editor 2. Locate the desired lesson 3. Click ‘Download’ for desired lesson 4. The lesson will appear under your lessons in the teacher dashboard. From here it can be edited, assigned to students, and published. To differentiate this lesson Beginner Learner: Incorporate a video model to show strategies used to solve Greater than, Less than or Equal problems, and count quantity. Advanced Learner: Incorporate a schedule to demonstrate the steps taken to solve Greater Than, Less Than or Equal. Standard Targeted within this lesson Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1—20, count out that many objects. [K.CC.5]

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# How To Continue Receiving Updates For Windows XP

Microsoft has been dying to move people off of Windows XP for years now, and even though most respectable IT departments have upgraded to Windows 7 (and less respectable ones to Vista or Windows 8), Microsoft finally cut the cord on the significant number of people still using Windows XP back in April when they discontinued support and stopped providing updates for the highly popular operating system.

# Midweek Tidbit: My Rooted Android Phone Un-Rooted And I Can’t Re-Root It! Help!

This week’s Midweek Tidbit (As well as Monday’s article about jailbreaking/rooting, which you can read by clicking here) were the result of me fixing a problem I ran into with my own Android phone, which I had rooted when I got it. A software update was pushed to my phone around the beginning of January that un-rooted my phone, and for months, I thought I was stuck because no method I could find could restore my root access.

The answer turned out to be so simple that I could have kicked myself for not thinking of it earlier, because all I needed to do was downgrade my phone back to the previous version of Android and re-root it, then find a way to protect my root priveleges so they wouldn’t be taken away again when I upgraded back to the current software.

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