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Marvelous Multiplication: Understanding and Using Different Mult. Methods
In this ten week online class, students will learn a variety of ways to multiply one-, two-, and three-digit numbers that will both help the student understand the concept of multiplication and become proficient in multiple methods.
Jennifer Clark, MEd, NBPT
94 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 12 learners
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5x per week
over 2 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Find multiplication boring? Having trouble moving from memorizing your facts to multiplying bigger numbers? Haven't learned a way to multiply two or three digit numbers by two digit numbers that makes sense? This class may be for you! Students will learn through interactive lessons. Students will interact at home with manipulatives and in class by sharing solutions and discussion with me and other students. Class will begin with a mental math warm up. We will then review...
This class is taught in English.
Students will: --understand meaning of multiplication as the union of equal sets and observe, search, discover, and imagine objects or events that come in sets --develop fluency with single digit multiplication facts --use area model to provide meaning for the multiplication operation --recognize the role of base-ten number system in multiplication --visualize a pattern of partial products connected to place value concepts --use the value of each digit to break apart multiplication problem (using partial products) --practice squaring two-digit numbers to gain fluency with multiplication facts --use conncetions to common algorithms for multiplicaiton to learn to multiply by 11 and 12 --use lattice multiplication --explore patterns in a multiplication table --apply knowledge gained to solve real world problems using any method desired
Hear multiplication and think yuck? Have you been taught that never-ending long multiplication method that your parents and grandparents had to do? Did you know there are lots of ways you can solve multiplication problems? Please join me to learn about some more methods! I taught full-time for sixteen years, and math is one of my favorite subjects! I excel in teaching thinking, problem solving, and pattern finding, not just teaching isolated methods that may not mean much to students. I believe in providing for play, discussion, and materials you can hold and move in math. I have a Masters of Special Education of Academically and Intellectually Gifted Students, and taught in a magnet school for gifted students for eight years. This means I am an expert at challenging students, delving deep into topics, and helping those for whom math isn't their greatest strength.
Students may be given few practice problems or extension problems, depending on performance and prior experience with method taught during the lesson.
2 files available upon enrollmentPrint outs will be posted prior to class for each class. For lessons 3 and 4, base ten blocks would be very helpful. I use these all the time in class. A starter set or single student set should work well. Also available are virtual base ten blocks, such as those on didax.com. Students should have colored pencils or crayons, paper, and something to write with for each class. Scissors may be needed.
Learners will share progress with me in class and after completing homework. I will modify instruction as needed.
4 hours 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Jennifer Clark, MEd, NBPT
Experienced Elementary Educator with a passion for math, reading, writing and science
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
94 total reviews
65 completed classes
I taught full time for sixteen years in elementary school. I got a Masters of Special Education of Academically and Intellectually Gifted students, and have a passion and understanding for assessing and meeting children’s needs in multiple ways. ...