Number Concept, Number sense, and Numeracy Series

1. Additive Reasoning (Part I): How to Teach Number Concept Effectively For K through grade second grade teachers, special educators and interventionists Number concept is the foundation of arithmetic. Ninety-percent of students who have difficulty in arithmetic have not conceptualized number concepts. In this workshop we help participants learn how to teach number concepts effectively. This includes number decomposition/ recomposition, visual clustering, and a new innovative concept called "sight facts."

2. Additive Reasoning (Part II): How to Teach Addition and Subtraction Effectively For K through grade third grade teachers, special educators and interventionists According to Common Core State Standards in Mathematics (CCSS-M), by the end of second grade, children should master the concept of Additive Reasoning (the language, concepts and procedures of addition and subtraction). The mastery means (a) understanding, fluency, and applicability. In this workshop, the participants will learn effective, efficient, and elegant ways of achieving this with their students.

3. Multiplicative Reasoning (Part III): How to Teach Multiplication and Division Effectively For K through four second grade teachers, special educators and interventionists According to CCSS-M, by the end of fourth grade, children should master the concept of Multiplicative Reasoning (the language, concepts and procedures of multiplication and division). The mastery means (a) understanding, fluency, and applicability. In this workshop, the participants will learn effective, efficient, and elegant ways of achieving this with their students.

1
Number Lesson

How to add a new course and set it up? Look for the answers in this article and learn how to add and maintain courses with the easy-to-use LMS via both backend and frontend builder.

Be the first to add a review.

Please, login to leave a review