One of the more noticeable shifts in college- and career-ready standards was emphasizing how fractions fit into the larger number system.
This virtual learning course is designed to build upon fraction content knowledge of teachers, instructional coaches, math specialists, and leaders of professional learning. The focus of the course will be on fraction concepts for elementary grades 1 through 5.
The only materials needed is a computer with internet access. The virtual learning experience runs through October 15 – November 26, 2019. It includes four units of learning that are each approximately 3-hours in length and can be completed over the six-week period.
Building Educator Content Knowledge Virtual Math Course Schedule
Participants will complete 4 units of learning across six weeks. Each unit will take about 3 hours of time to complete.
The course is self-paced, however participants will need to finish the first 2 units by the end of the third week of the course. There will be a pre-assessment due before participants begin the first unit and a post-assessment due after completion of the fourth unit.
Click here to download an informational flier about the program and here to register. For additional questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.