In this edWebinar, we will share strategies for helping students develop fluency in multiplication and division for the long run.
In this edWebinar, we will review research about fluency and memorization and share strategies for helping students develop fluency for the long run, putting this research into practice.
Join Kevin Mahoney, Ed.D., and Chris Coyne as they present effective structures and resources to help you rethink effective math teaching and learning in an online environment.
Join this edWebinar to sharpen your focus on these essential skills, explore the progression of learning spanning from kindergarten to high school, and learn how math skills developed in the early years prepare students for Algebra 1.
Join this edWebinar to see examples of these instructional strategies in action and learn how to apply them in your own classroom.
In this interactive edWebinar, participants will explore, discuss, and experience research-informed, classroom-tested approaches for culturally responsive teaching in mathematics.
Current employment trends and future projections all point towards continued growth in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) jobs, as well as the need for STEM-related skills in other fields. Yet, recent math proficiency levels among American students remain low, at just 44% in fourth grade and 33% at the eighth-grade level, and the math score trend lines are not showing significant improvement.
In this edWebinar, Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D., Director of Professional Learning at ORIGO Education, will review an overview of computational thinking and explore the components of decomposition and algorithmic thinking in more depth.
This edWebinar will provide an overview of computational thinking and explore the components of patterning and abstraction in more depth.
“One of the challenges of teaching math, particular in the United States is that school math seems to come from a different universe than life math.” In a recent edWebinar, Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D., Director of Professional Learning for ORIGO Education, underscored that we, as educators, need to help students engage in math by seeing math as something vital to them. Moore points out that there are formal mathematicians with advanced degrees and accreditations, but anyone who uses math and thinks about the world quantitively can be considered a mathematician.