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**Title:** The Power of Progressions: Untangling the Knotty Areas of Teaching and Learning Mathematics

**Session Description:** In this 2-day workshop, we’ll explore the power of math progressions. We will examine the developmental progression of models, strategies, and concepts in the areas of addition and subtraction (K-2) and fractions (3-5). Participants will learn to harness the power of 3-act tasks and other high-yield activities to identify where student understanding is along these progressions, as well as to keep student thinking moving in the right direction.

**Slides:**

**K-6 Resources**

- 3 Act Tasks (At-A-Glance)
- 3-Act Recording Sheet
- 3-Act Recording Sheet (Kindergarten)
- Orchestrating Mathematical Discussions (Smith and Stein Article)
- 5 Moves Planning Page
- Broken Squares
- Open Middle
- Estimation 180 – Andrew Stadel
- Which One Doesn’t Belong? – Mary Bourassa

**K-2 Resources, Games & Posts**

- K-2 Number Trajectory
- Number Sense Trajectory 120-Differentiation
- 5-10-20-frames
- Post: Upside-down hundreds chart
- Post: Sounds of imaging numbers
- Post: Geometric subitizing cards
- 4 In A Row Add & Sub with Variables
- Dominating Doubles
- Multiplication Subitizing Cards
- 4 In A Row Multiplication
- Remainder Race

**Teaching 3-Acts**

**Progression Videos: **https://gfletchy.com/progression-videos/