This three-day workshop focuses on the rational number strand of the Investigations curriculum. « Return to Face-to-Face Courses
Upcoming Workshops: None currently scheduled
Tuition: $375 per participant
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In This Course, Participants…
- gain a better understanding of rational numbers
- engage in activities from Investigations to understand how students make sense of and reason about rational numbers, and how they use their understanding to solve problems
- examine and use representations and equivalencies to describe and compare fractions and decimals
- consider the role of estimation when solving problems involving rational numbers
- analyze students’ work on problems involving rational numbers
- consider what students do and don’t understand about operations with rational numbers and how they relate to operations with whole numbers
- look more deeply at the development of rational numbers at a particular grade level
I have learned so much during this workshop, not only about how to teach Investigations, but as a learner, my mathematical understanding has greatly increased.
— Participant, Virginia
Who Should Attend
Grades 3-5 teachers who have been using Investigations as their primary curriculum or are new to Investigations.
Receive a certificate indicating 18 clock hours upon completion of the workshop.
Apply for 1 graduate credit through Framingham State University, for an additional fee of $75 paid to FSU. Information and applications are available the day of the workshop.