Professor Chapin Presents at NCTM Annual Meeting

chapinProfessor Suzanne Chapin presented at the 2014 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA. Professor Chapin’s presentation was titled Computational Fluency with Fractions? Yes, It is Possible!

The presentation shared research on how students acquire knowledge of fraction concepts and operations. Students’ learning trajectories and instructional strategies were shared. Chapin presented to teachers interested in learning how to assist students in acquiring computational fluency with fractions.

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is the “global leader and foremost authority in mathematics education, ensuring that all students have access to the highest quality mathematics teaching and learning.”

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