Presented by Dr. Sara Delano Moore, ORIGO Education:

WHAT’S THE PROBLEM? CREATING A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR PROBLEM SOLVING IN THE MATH CLASSROOM

Date: Wednesday, February 7th, 2018
Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm EST
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February 16, 2018

Problem Solving: Using the Right Problem at the Right Time to Challenge Students

Sara Delano Moore
This article is the first in a four-part series on problem-solving. Remember Goldilocks? She was looking for “just right” as she rummaged through the house of the three bears. As teachers, we’re also looking for “just ...
Problem Solving: Using the Right Problem at the Right Time to Challenge Students
February 8, 2018

Making Subtraction Efficient – Just Think Addition!

Debi DePaul
Students who are efficient with the count-on, use-doubles, and make-ten strategies for addition have all they need to be proficient with subtraction number facts! Subtraction is the inverse, or opposite action, of addition. ...
Making Subtraction Efficient – Just Think Addition!
February 1, 2018

Make-Ten Strategy: Building a “Mind Picture” for the Make-Ten Addition Strategy

Debi DePaul
The make-ten strategy is great for addition! It helps students understand place value and the relationships between numbers. Ten-frames help students develop a good “mind picture” for the make-ten strategy because our ...
Make-Ten Strategy: Building a “Mind Picture” for the Make-Ten Addition Strategy
January 29, 2018

The Use-Doubles Strategy for Addition: Making it Easy and Fun for Your Students!

Jessica Bobo
The use-doubles strategy for addition can be one that children struggle with in the beginning. It involves a deep understanding of the number system, and how to compose and decompose numbers in a flexible way. However, fear not ...
The Use-Doubles Strategy for Addition: Making it Easy and Fun for Your Students!
January 22, 2018

Early Childhood Mathematics – In Their Own World: Grocery Store

Jessica Bobo
Children learning early childhood mathematics have fascinating minds! They can take the simplest task and turn it into a grand opportunity. This is especially true in the grocery store! Here are some fun, easy-to-do activities ...
Early Childhood Mathematics – In Their Own World: Grocery Store
January 18, 2018

Math in the Car! Early Childhood Math – In Their Own World

Jessica Bobo
Enjoying Math in the Car! Children have a natural love for learning and exploring in their daily lives. Did you know one of the best places to support this enthusiasm is riding in a car or in public transportation? Here are some ...
Math in the Car! Early Childhood Math – In Their Own World
December 16, 2017

Powerful Strategies for Teaching Number Facts

Debi DePaul
Auri was a precocious 9-year-old who would often struggle with math. Auri’s teacher, Mrs. Farmer, noticed that she would grow tired and get easily frustrated when trying to mentally solve even some of the simplest problems. The ...
Powerful Strategies for Teaching Number Facts
December 14, 2017

Making the Count-On Strategy Memorable and Fun for Fact Fluency

Jessica Bobo
The count-on strategy for addition will help children master sixty-four math facts! Yes, sixty-four! But first, what is the count-on strategy? Watch this ORIGO One video below to learn more! Teaching the count-on ...
Making the Count-On Strategy Memorable and Fun for Fact Fluency
December 13, 2017

Early Childhood Math – In Their Own World: Playgrounds and Parks

Jessica Bobo
For children, play is a natural way to explore life and enjoy laughter. The playground or park is a perfect place for that! And most children will not realize they are doing early childhood math while they are playing. Yes, ...
Early Childhood Math – In Their Own World: Playgrounds and Parks
October 24, 2017

ORIGO Education Announces New Program Adoption by Kennewick School District in Washington State

ORIGO Stepping Stones 2.0 will now be used as part of the Kennewick School District elementary mathematics program Tuesday, October 24, 2017 — KENNEWICK, Wash. - October 24, 2017 - ORIGO Education and Kennewick School ...
ORIGO Education Announces New Program Adoption by Kennewick School District in Washington State
October 23, 2017

Interactive Math Resources: New Digital Resources Make Mathematics Interactive

Interactive Math Resources - ORIGO Stepping Stones 2.0 Allows Less Time Sitting and More Time Doing Thursday, October 5, 2017 — ST. CHARLES, Mo. –   K-6 classrooms where ORIGO Stepping Stones 2.0 is used to teach math ...
Interactive Math Resources: New Digital Resources Make Mathematics Interactive
April 5, 2017

ORIGO Education Launches Stepping Stones 2.0 Comprehensive Mathematics Instructional Program for Teaching in Grades K-6

New Program Uses Dynamic Instructional Tools and Exemplar Videos to Promote Best Practices in Math Classrooms April 5, 2017, SAN ANTONIO, Texas - ORIGO Education has released Stepping Stones 2.0: Comprehensive Mathematics, a ...
ORIGO Education Launches Stepping Stones 2.0 Comprehensive Mathematics Instructional Program for Teaching in Grades K-6
October 31, 2016

ORIGO Education Launches Stepping Stones Pre-K Mathematics Program

ORIGO Education Launches Stepping Stones Pre-K Mathematics Program Mathematics curriculum developer debuts new course materials for young math learners at the 2016 National Association for the Education of Young Children Annual ...
ORIGO Education Launches Stepping Stones Pre-K Mathematics Program
January 7, 2016

TechCHAT: ORIGO Stepping Stones Review

Stepping Stones Review by Cristina Charney - as featured in TechCHAT Cristina Charney, elementary instructional specialist at North Thurston Public Schools in Washington, provides support and professional development for Common...
TechCHAT: ORIGO Stepping Stones Review