K-8 Computational Fluency: Pathways to Student Engagement and Mathematical Success


✸REGISTRATION IS CLOSED✸
August 3-5, 2021 (In Person and Virtual)

 

WHO WILL BENEFIT:
  • Grades K-8 Educators
  • Instructional Coaches
BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION:
  • Access to high-quality professional learning delivered by local, Maine, educational professionals in a cohort of educators from across the state.
  • Access to formative assessment tools and resources designed to pinpoint strengths and areas of difficulty.
  • Strategies for supporting students’ mathematical mindsets and building conceptual understanding through connecting mathematical representations.
DETAILS: Computational fluency can be an obstacle for many students, but it doesn’t need to be that way! By shifting away from memorization of discrete math facts to understanding the math relationships between these number combinations, students can bring their own understanding to the table, become better problem solvers, and develop the flexibility needed to become truly fluent with their math facts. This series will focus on building computational fluency through relevant and authentic grade-level contexts.

This series will begin with an engaging summer institute. Educators will dive into the learning and experience the research-based progression for developing fact fluency and computational fluency in grades K-5. As the school year begins, educators will continue to explore these topics while applying new understandings to their classrooms and reflecting on successes and challenges with their cohort.

Dates: 

  • Tuesday, August 3rd, 2021: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM In-person session at MMSA’s office in Augusta. Attendance via zoom is an option, if needed.
  • Wednesday, August 4th: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Virtual
  • Thursday, August 5th: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Virtual 

Plus three 90-minute coaching sessions via Zoom in September and October.

CONTACT HOURS: 32 (18.5 Synchronous hours, 13.5 Hours of ongoing study, acting, and reflecting)
COST: $1,000 to attend
$1,450 for graduate credit (through Thomas College)Looking for support to attend one of our workshops?   Please see our scholarship opportunities.
CONTACT: For more information about this opportunity, please contact Becky Tapley.

REGISTER

This event is fully booked. Please contact us at info@mmsa.org if you would like to be put on the waitlist.

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