In this presentation, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will explore strategies for helping students share what they understand about place value and develop their understanding further through math talks and discourse about models and experiences.
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.
In this webinar, Jessica Bobo, Elementary Mathematics Consultant, ORIGO Education, will explore children’s misconceptions that can cloud mathematical judgment and learning.
In this webinar, Mathematics Education Consultant Dr. Susie W. Håkansson will share the rationale for using discourse in the classroom, the role of productive and receptive language functions in the learning of mathematics, as well as examples of how to increase discourse in the classroom.
In this third webinar of the series, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will share strategies for helping students understand critical concepts such as common denominators and see connections between manipulative models and the algorithms we use to add and subtract fractions.
In this second webinar of the series, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will share strategies for helping students see connections between area models built with base ten blocks and partial products/partial quotients algorithms.
In this first webinar of the series, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will share strategies to support students transitioning from base ten blocks to algorithms when adding and subtracting whole numbers and decimals.
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.
In part three of our three part series, Dr. Sara Delano Moore will share manipulatives which help students develop conceptual foundations for integers, expressions, and equations.
In this presentation, we will take an easy-to-digest look into how the brain processes mathematical information to gain a better understanding of how we can optimize learning fractions and other mathematical topics more generally.