course description

During this course, you will explore essential concepts, skills, and representations that support students' developing knowledge of division across grades 3-5. Specific goals and activities include the following:

  • Recognize and apply a variety of models for multiplication; examine where each model may be situated in a learning progression, and analyze student work using these models.
  • Recognize and apply a variety of models for division and investigate aspects of a student-centered classroom using several of these methods.
  • Use your newly acquired knowledge of a particular division model and/or method by applying it in a teaching situation.

Facilitated by Sandy Squillace

For information on future runs of this course check our Facilitated Course Calendar.

"I am very excited to have been able to attend this course! I was able to learn a lot and can’t wait to continue takes courses and expand my knowledge to help my students." —Elementary educator, Kalispell, MT

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Type: Facilitated
Audience: Upper Elementary
OPI Renewal Units: 15 hours
Enrollment Opens: 11/14/21
Course Dates: 11/28/21 - 12/19/21
Note: Enrollment closes the first day of the course or when the cap is met.