In this edWebinar, James Burnett, President and Senior Author at ORIGO Education, demonstrates easy-to-make visual aids and games that help students to master the three basic fact strategies for multiplication (Use Tens, Doubling, and Build Up/Down) and one strategy for division (Think Multiplication) as described in contemporary standards that are used across the country.
In this edWebinar, James Burnett, President and Senior Author at ORIGO Education, demonstrates easy-to-make visual aids and games that help students to master the three basic fact strategies for addition and subtraction.
In this edWebinar, Debi DePaul, Elementary Mathematics Consultant at ORIGO Education, will explore four different representations of fractions and why each is so critical and challenging to teach.
In this edWebinar, early childhood mathematics consultant at ORIGO Education, Jessica Bobo,explores key areas of teaching early geometry concepts through real world connections.
In this edWebinar, ORIGO Education’s President and Co-founder James Burnett will build on a recent presentation that introduced four visual models: the array/area model, the length model, the number line model, and the set model.
Presented by James Burnett, President and Co-founder, ORIGO Education Sponsored by ORIGO Education Watch the Recording If you attended the live session, you’ll be emailed a CE certificate within 24 hours of the edWebinar. If you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join the Mathematics for Young Learners community and go to… read more →
In this webinar, Jessica Bobo, Elementary Mathematics Consultant, ORIGO Education, will explore children’s misconceptions that can cloud mathematical judgment and learning.
ORIGO Education is offering a live stream education seminar, Making the Most of Math Models, May 10 at 3:00 p.m. EDT on edWeb.net. The edWebinar will help teachers use meaningful visual and concrete math models to support coherent content progressions in mathematics across grade levels. ORIGO president and co-founder, James Burnett, will introduce four visual models often used in grades Pre-K–6 and lead a discussion about the benefits of using the array/area model for developing multiplication facts. He will also show how the thinking can be extended through grade levels.