Building Computational Fluency K-5

This four-day workshop focuses on the development of computation and number in the curriculum K-5. « Return to Face-to-Face Courses

Summer workshops: None currently scheduled
Tuition: 
$500 per participant

Have Questions? Contact us to learn more, for information on hosting a workshop, or to have a conversation about which offering might be best given your particular situation/needs.

Telephone: 617.873.9785
Fax: 617.873.9601
Email: investigations@terc.edu
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In This Course, Participants…

  • consider the use of representations, models, and contexts that help students attach meaning to the properties of operations, build readiness for algebra, and achieve computational fluency
  • use place value understanding and properties of operations to solve multi-digit arithmetic problems
  • look closely at ways in which strategies for the four operations develop across the elementary grades
  • examine how students describe, analyze, and compare strategies so they can efficiently and flexibly solve more complex problems
  • develop and examine their own computational strategies
  • focus on ways to support students as they enact the Mathematical Practices to ensure that they become mathematically proficient
  • analyze student thinking through classroom videos, readings, and interactive demonstrations
  • see the connections between the Standards for Mathematical Practices and the domain of Number and Operations in Base Ten in the CCSS

I have taught school 40 years. I have attended numerous workshops. This workshop has been the most productive/ helpful one I have ever attended.

— Participant, New Mexico

Who Should Attend
Teachers who attended Investigations in the Classroom and are using Investigations as their primary curriculum, or have been using Investigations as their primary curriculum for at least two years.

Clock Hours
Receive a certificate indicating 24 clock hours upon completion of the workshop.

Graduate Credit
Apply for 2 graduate credits through Framingham State University, for an additional fee of $225 paid to FSU. Information and applications available the first day of the workshop.