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Solving the Fractions Problem: From Research to Classroom

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Fractions knowledge by grade 5 uniquely predicts success in higher mathematics. Yet, assessments show that too many students struggle with this critical foundational math skill from grade 3 onward.

Fortunately, a growing body of academic research is uncovering instructional strategies that actually work.

Join us to explore the key difficulties students commonly experience with fractions and the latest research-supported approaches shown to overcome them. And see how applying adaptive, game-based technology to these strategies can better address individual students’ needs and create ongoing gains.

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David Shuster
Founder and President ExploreLearning
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Laura Chervenak
Vice President of Professional Development ExploreLearning

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