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Build Fluency: Multiplication And Division

 

The Landscape of Learning: Big Ideas (2:14)

 

 

Understanding Multiplication: Skip Counting and Repeated Addition (3:00)

Facilitative Prompts

  • Prior to viewing: What comes to mind when you think about students successfully working with numbers, in particular in the area of multiplication? What might a child be saying, thinking or doing when working with multiplication of numbers?
  • While viewing the video, what key ideas are emerging for you? What resonates, connects with your understanding, or challenges your thinking?
  • After viewing: How might this information further inform your next steps with students, or with your school community? What are the key ideas that will continue to inform your work with students in order to continue building proficiency with numbers? Why are these important?

 

Understanding Multiplication: Doubling (2:23)

Facilitative Prompts

  • Prior to viewing: What comes to mind when you think about students successfully working with numbers, in particular in the area of multiplication? What might a child be saying, thinking or doing when working with multiplication of numbers?
  • While viewing the video, what key ideas are emerging for you? What resonates, connects with your understanding, or challenges your thinking?
  • After viewing: How might this information further inform your next steps with students, or with your school community? What are the key ideas that will continue to inform your work with students in order to continue building proficiency with numbers? Why are these important?

 

Quick Images and Arrays: What do you see? How do you see it? (6:46)

 

 

Partial Products and Arrays (2:25)

 

 

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