With summer vacation around the corner it is important to keep students learning outside the classroom. Presenter Bon Crowder, Math Mom and co-creator of the That’s Math! website, gave attendees a complete toolkit to engage parents and families in math learning in this webinar.
In the final installment of the Extending Fraction Understanding series, presenter Sara Delano Moore talked about fractions in the primary grades. Sara discussed when the foundations of fractions are laid and when the formal study of fractions begins under CCSS.
In this webinar, presenter Sara Moore discussed the State Standards as they relate to 6th and 7th grade math, as well as how these lessons carry over into 8th grade. Not only did Sara share examples that made ratio’s tangible, but participants also chatted amongst each other offering ideas of their own!
This webinar builds on the conceptual foundation laid in our last session. Sara Delano Moore shared an interactive examination of operations with decimals. As with fractions, Sara explored the instructional strategies used to connect operations with decimals to operations with whole numbers.
Blended learning – the powerful combination of real-time and online interaction – is being adopted across the country to improve math teaching and student learning. By implementing an online supplemental math program that utilizes intelligent adaptive learning™ technology, your school or district can easily and effectively provide personalized instruction.
This webinar is the first of two webinars examining decimal fractions. In this session, Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D. of ETA hand2mind, examined early models of decimals and connections to fractions and place value. Money is often a child’s first experience with decimals.
As an elementary school administrator, you are tasked with supporting the transition to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Though it’s a challenge, it also is a tremendous opportunity. The instructional seeds planted and nurtured at the elementary school level become the mathematical foundation of the college and career readiness intent of the CCSS.
In this webinar, Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D., Director of Mathematics and Science at ETA hand2mind, briefly reviewed the work from the fall webinar series and she also asked participants to consider some options for where to go next with the series.