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Teaching Time & Money - Chapter Summary
Our instructors present math concepts related to money and time in this helpful collection of lessons. Take the quiz you'll find at the end of each lesson to ensure you've understood what you've learned. If you need to go back and review any topic over again, use the video tabs feature to skip directly to that section of the video. As you move through the chapter, feel free to contact one of our instructors with any questions you might have. This chapter is designed to help you:
- Define elapsed time and provide examples
- Understand the process for converting units of time
- Use activities and tips to teach kids about money
- Solve problems that involve money
1. What is Elapsed Time? - Definition & Examples
Elapsed time is simply the amount of time that passes from the beginning of an event to its end. In this lesson, you will learn how to solve for elapsed time and explore how it can be used in your everyday life.
2. Converting Units of Time
After watching this video lesson, you will understand the units of time that we use to count time and know how to convert between these units. Learn the one number that you have to multiply and divide by to make your conversions.
3. Strategies for Teaching Time Problems
Teaching students how to work with time is an important part of ensuring their ability to apply math to real world situations. This lesson offers different strategies you can use for time problems.
4. Teaching Kids About Money: Tips, Methods & Activities
Money is a complex concept for children to grasp, not only how to count it but also its importance and impact on life. This lesson will explore methods of teaching basic money concepts, give tips on teaching practices and offer fun activities to support learning.
5. How to Solve Problems with Money
Money matters, and knowing how much things cost will be useful no matter where you go. In this lesson, we'll learn the steps for solving word problems involving money.
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Other chapters within the Education 211: Teaching Elementary Math course
- Understanding Math Standards
- Developing Math Curriculum
- Planning Math Instruction
- Instructional Strategies for Math Teachers
- Creating Math Learning Environments
- Assessments for Teaching Math
- Educational Resources for Teaching Math
- Counting & Cardinality in the Classroom
- Teaching Mathematical Operations
- Algebraic Thinking in the Classroom
- Teaching Base 10 & Fractions
- Teaching Standard & Metric Measurements
- Teaching Geometry Basics
- Geometric Measurements in the Classroom
- Teaching the Coordinate Plane
- Teaching Graphical Data Identification