Using GeoGebra To Teach 5th Grade Fractional Concepts

Make Fractional Concepts Visual For Your Students
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (2 ratings)
889 students
Using GeoGebra To Teach 5th Grade Fractional Concepts
Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (2 ratings)
889 students
Students will learn how to utilize interactive fraction activities in their classrooms to assist them in teaching math concepts.

Requirements

  • No
Description

This quick course introduces some of the many GeoGebra resources that have been created for students to use while learning math concepts.  These fraction activities help to make difficult concepts visual and provide students with free practice, guidance, and manipulatives.  Instead of just teaching the HOW of fraction operations, let these interactives assist you in teaching the WHY.

Who this course is for:
  • 4-6 Grade Math Teachers
Course content
12 sections • 12 lectures • 50m total length
  • Introduction To GeoGebra
    03:10
  • Curating Resources With GeoGebra
    04:07
  • Partitioning Whole Numbers Into Unit Fractions
    04:19
  • How To Use Virtual Fraction Blocks
    06:35
  • Placing One Whole On A Partitioned Number Line
    04:04
  • Place Fractions On Number Lines
    04:22
  • Using GeoGebra Interactive Activities To Add Fractions
    05:05
  • Using GeoGebra Interactives To Subtract Fractions With Number Lines
    04:09
  • Using Area Models To Multiply Fractions
    03:16
  • Using GeoGebra Interactives To Multiply Mixed Numbers
    03:47

Instructor
Heather White
  • 5.0 Instructor Rating
  • 2 Reviews
  • 889 Students
  • 1 Course

I am a certified elementary educator for grades 1-8.  I am in my 20th year of teaching and am currently specializing in 5th-grade math instruction.  I love sharing different ways to make difficult concepts easier for students.  "Work Smarter, Not Harder" is the saying in my classroom.  I am a Google Certified Educator, ISTE member, and district technology trainer.  In May of 2020, I will graduate with my Masters of Instructional Technology Leadership from the University of Louisiana at Monroe.