Current Course Schedule

Early Number, Addition and Subtraction (grades K - 4)

How do children develop computational strategies to help them add and subtract? This course explores how children make sense of these operations. Through video clips and student work samples, we'll examine effectie, efficient, and accurate problem-solving strategies that children can use to master addition and subtraction. We'll discuss the roll of the standard algorithm in a standards-based mathematics classroom and consider the teacher's role in helping children develop computational fluency. In additional, we will examine mathematical ideas central to addition and subtraction, thereby deepening our own mathematical content knowledge.
  • Focus On
    Grades K - 4
  • Category
    Childhood / Elementary School, Online
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $425 12.0 CTLE or 1.2 CEU
    $1,710 1.0 Credits
    $30 Materials fee

Sections

Summer 2 2021

  • Section 01: July 12, July 14
    • Eliza Chung
      Eliza Chung
      "Eliza Chung, MA, is the Primary Teacher at The School at Columbia, where her focus has been on creating contexts for developing young readers, writers, mathematicians, and learners within a community, while using constructivist approaches within the context of an integrated curriculum. In 2016, she received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Ms. Chung was a founding member of the East Harlem Village Academy Charter School, and was a student teacher at the Manhattan School for Children (P.S. 333) and at P.S. 36. She received an MA in Cognitive Studies of Educational Practice at Teachers College, Columbia University, NY, NY; and a BS in Psychology and Education at Barnard College, Columbia University, NY, NY."