Building fluency while developing deep understandings and connections in mathematics can be supported through the use of multiple representations.
See why multiple representations have been one of the five basic process standards from NCTM for the past several decades. The use of multiple representations will be modeled for the beginning mathematician in the primary years through the secondary mathematicians' more advanced topics. Topical trajectories will be shared to support teachers' understanding the development of foundational topics in mathematics.
- Why Use Multiple Representations?
- Recognizing Representations & Making Connections
- Using Representations to Model Relationships
- Using Representations to Communicate Mathematical Ideas
- Representations in Action
Basic + and Custom level participants will have the opportunity to work with Tammy in live support sessions.
Participants will receive several grade band specific activities and resources that support students’ developing a deeper understanding with representations.
Upon successful completion of the Basic course, participants will get a certificate for 6 hours of PD credit.
Upon successful completion of the Basic+ course, participants will get a certificate for 12 hours of PD credit.
PD credit hours will be determined by the local district/school for the Custom course.
Connecting Multiple Representations to Building Fluency in the Mathematics Classroom K-12
Why Use Multiple Representations?
Recognizing Representations & Making Connections
Using Representations to Model Relationships
Using Representations to Communicate Mathematical Ideas
Representations in Action
Comparison of Approaches of CCSSM SMPs and HoM to NCTM Process Standards
Magic V Packet
Multiple Representation Frayer Set and Rectangle TLJCG
Multiple Representation Match Fractions TLJCG
Multiple Representation Match Activity - Place Value TLJCG
Multiple Representation Match Linear Functions TLJCG