Building Computational Fluency: Multiplication and Division
Focus on: Grades 3 - 6
Course Number: TEED346N
When teachers understand how children make sense of multiplication and division, they are better able to create strategies that support students in developing computational fluency. Using student work samples and video clips, we will explore how children develop meaningful, efficient, and accurate computational strategies for multiplication and division. We'll examine mathematical ideas central to multiplication and division, thereby deepening mathematical content knowledge. Additionally, we'll analyze the role of the traditional algorithm in a standards-based elementary mathematics classroom.
July 15 and 16
Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
1 CEU $405/ 1 credit $1,354
Materials fee $30 (includes required text)
Registration Deadline 7/8
"Outstanding ideas easily translated into my classroom situation."
—Gayle, Teacher, 40 years
"I am walking away with concrete ways to teach multiplication and division so that my students have a better conceptual understanding."
—Ashley, Special Education Teacher, 6 years
"I have a new understanding of Multiplication and division. This will help me teach both in a better way."
—Teacher, 6 years