July 1, 2022

A New Course to Empower Confident Math Thinkers

What does it really mean for students to be fluent in math? Hint: It’s not just about basic facts! In our new course 5222: Math Fluency Beyond the Facts, you’ll challenge the traditional narrative of fluency. Rather than memorization, regurgitation, and speed, fluency is rooted in conceptual understanding, involving flexible thinking, reasoning, and creativity. 

Perfect for anyone who teaches or supports K-8 mathematics, this course balances relatable research with usable activities to help you shift your classroom practices and assessments toward a fluency approach. 

We deliver a robust collection of strategies, games, and activities, giving you the tools you need to build a strong foundation of fluency and will empower confident mathematical thinkers.

Take a look at 3 of the math fluency myths (and related truths) we debunk throughout the course:

If reading about these myths left you a bit disoriented, it’s ok! Through your work in this new course, you’ll embark on a journey to gain better clarity, and prioritize an approach to math fluency grounded in truth and research.

Read more about 5222: Math Fluency Beyond the Facts and register now!

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Math Fluency Beyond the Facts

Course 5222 | 3-Credits | Gr. K-8


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