In this edWebinar, Drew Corley, PhD navigates the growing number system as experienced by elementary- and middle-school math students.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Zachary Wissner-Gross focuses on challenges around equivalence, comparison, and basic operations of fractions—suitable for middle school students and advanced elementary school students.
In this edWebinar, Zachary Wissner-Gross, PhD, explores a variety of more advanced fractions-related concepts that make for great lessons.
In this edWebinar, Drew Corley, PhD, Senior Learning Scientist at Amplify Education; and Zachary Wissner-Gross, PhD, Product Manager at Amplify Education, examine some of the misconceptions that can derail students’ understanding of fractions.
In this edWebinar, Amplify Education’s Drew Corley, PhD, and Lauren Whitley explore questions about student learning and teaching practices for fractions
edWeb.net is announcing Amplify Fractions as the new sponsor of the Adaptive Math Learning free professional learning community on edWeb. Fractions are the single greatest predictor of high school math achievement; by sixth grade, 100% of math standards assume a knowledge of fractions. Amplify Fractions uses engaging stories to provide students with personalized instruction, feedback and practice so they can learn to make sense of fractions.
In this edWebinar, Amplify Education’s Dr. Zachary Wissner-Gross and Dr. Drew Corley examine various types and modalities of feedback, as well as richer combinations of audio, visuals, text, and manipulative interaction.
In this webinar, Nigel Green will examine the definitions for adaptive learning that are being proposed for use across the online learning community, and will review many of the technologies and approaches often used.
In this webinar, Dr. Tim Hudson, Vice President of Learning at DreamBox Learning, will share the latest research of adaptive math programs. He’ll discuss recent research findings and the methodological considerations that are used for studying the impact of these programs.
Blended Learning has the potential to provide teachers with actionable data to inform classroom instruction, provide students with tools to help meet each individual’s needs at his or her own pace, and provide administrators with insight into their schools and classrooms. In this edWeb webinar from the Adaptive Math Learning community, attendees discovered how Nevada’s Aldeane Comito Ries Elementary School is leveraging data to support teaching and learning in their blended learning program.