Graham Fletcher


Workshop Dates: January 25-26, 2017

Grades: K-5

Known for: progressions videos, blog, 3-act tasks

As elementary educators we’ve misinterpreted the term “model” as simply the use of manipulatives. This is causing our students to miss the mark when it comes to the Standards of Mathematical Practice: Model with Mathematics. Through the use of 3-Act tasks, we’ll explore what mathematical modeling is, what it looks like, and how we can support this work in our elementary classrooms.  We’ll examine the structure of problem-based lessons and how simple changes in our daily practice can make difficult tasks accessible to students.

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Workshop Details

When: Wednesday and Thursday, January 25-26, 2017 from 8 am to 3 pm

Where: Hilton Garden Inn Anaheim/Garden Grove @ 11777 Harbor Blvd, Garden Grove, CA 92840

Grade levels: K-5


About Graham Fletcher

Graham Fletcher has worked in education for over ten years as a classroom teacher, math coach, and currently as a district math specialist.

He graduated from the University of Georgia where he earned his specialist degree in Math Education. Graham’s passion for conceptual understanding through problem-based lessons has led him to present internationally and throughout the United States.

He continues to be an advocate for best practice and a change agent for elementary mathematics.


University Credits

Workshop attendees may earn up to three Graduate Level Professional Development Credits from Brandman University, part of the Chapman University System.  You must register for EDIU 9007, Digging Deeper: Applying Learning Strategies.  Please check with your school or district to determine whether these credits are accepted.  Please note that these credits require additional fees and follow-up assignments.