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Big ideas
Part-whole fractions
Using the part-whole model
Fractions as a measure
Using the measure model
Fractions as division
Using the division model
Fractions as operators
Using the operator model
Fractions as ratios
Working with ratio
Misunderstandings
Number of parts only
Unequal areas
Teaching equal parts
Paper folding
Cassowary fractions
Fractions as a double count
Wrong number
Expanding the view
Fraction fiddle
Different wholes
Shifting wholes
Fixing wholes
Cut and find
Using rules blindly
Unit and non-unit fractions
Strategy testing
Sense of size
Comparing non-unit fractions
Good teaching
Fraction sense
Visualisation
Fractions as numbers
Dividing
Fractions of collections
Sharing as division
Equivalence
Linear models
Grids and arrays
Adding and subtracting
Same denominator
Related denominators
Assessment
Assessment approaches
Observation
Survey
Task-based interview
Digital assessment tools
Designing assessment tasks
Choosing the fraction model
Closed or open tasks
Choosing the response type
With or without context
Activities
Cake fractions
Cassowary fractions
Comparing non-unit fractions
Comparing unit fractions
Cut and find
Divide it up
Dividing pancakes
Dynamic fractions
Fraction fiddle
Fraction strips
Fraction wall game
Fraction wheel
Grids and jumps
Hit the apple
Number lines
Overlay grids
Paper folding
Part and wholes
Reach the target
Sense of size
Sequencing and counting
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