as part of its Mathematics for Young Learners series geared for PreK-6 grade teachers.
Presenter James Burnett will explore the number line model by illustrating how number lines are used to develop a concrete understanding of whole numbers, relative position, fractions and decimals. Burnett will also explain essential skills such as addition, subtraction and equivalence.
Sign up here for the July 11, 2017 at 12 p.m. EST live stream edWebinar The Number Line: More on Making the Most of Math Models. Educators can earn CE certificates from edWeb for participating in live sessions and can take CE quizzes to earn certificates for watching recordings.
edWeb communities give teachers a place to learn, grow skills, and earn CE certificates for completed professional development. In addition to edWebinars, the Mathematics for Young Learning community offers free videos from ORIGO Education, ORIGO 1, which are animated one-minute videos explaining math concepts. Sample: Using Number Lines to Represent All numbers.
ORIGO’s One Minute Mathematics includes over 20 animated videos explaining how to teach math concepts. More than two dozen additional videos will be released in the coming school year.
About ORIGO Education
ORIGO Education makes mathematics meaningful, enjoyable, and accessible for PreK-6 grade students. ORIGO produces printed products, digital interactive resources, and professional learning. ORIGO’s web-based and print solution, Stepping Stones, is an award-winning, comprehensive mathematics program for grades PreK–6 and is available in English and Spanish, ORIGO produces free animated Math Minutes to explain critical concepts in mathematics education. For more information about ORIGO Education, visit ORIGOEducation.com. @ORIGOmath #ORIGO #ORIGOLearns
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