Increasing Students' Mastery of Multiplication and Division Facts, Grades 3-6

Online Course

Course Objective/Goals

Intermediate grade students who have a firm grasp of math facts are better prepared for learning increasingly complex math concepts. This video-based course demonstrates a variety of highly engaging ways to develop upper elementary students' proficiency with multiplication and division math facts.

You'll see teachers implementing a host of practice activities to help students master math facts and develop an essential understanding of foundational operations.

You will learn how to:

  • enhance students’ understanding of  multiplication and division through teacher demonstrations and the use of manipulatives and models
  • strengthen students’ strategic use of multiplication and division using key attributes of numbers, small group activities and hands-on materials
  • increase student automaticity with math facts through repeated practice in a variety of settings: whole class, partners, small groups,
    and individual
  • provide struggling math learners with additional, targeted practice opportunities

Watch an excerpt from this course:

How This On Demand Course Works

Optional Graduate Credit

EDDU 9394


"I loved that I could work at my pace and move back and forth between sections. The handouts are awesome! I do not have to recreate the wheel to get started with changes in my classroom. This class showed me areas that I was was doing well and areas that I could improve."
              – K. Hood

"Very useful and practical tips for hands-on practice engaging games nice pace"
              – K. Ambrose

"Lots of great useful ideas that I will be able to use."
              – C. Cagle

"Great that I could do this at my own pace and stop and start as needed. Real world examples that I can easily implement in my own classroom."
              – S. Guetschow

"This course included many hands on resources. It was very helpful and informative on how to incorporate math automaticity and strategies in learning stations."
              – J. Burnett


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