Procedural fluency is more than memorizing facts or procedures, and it is more than understanding and being able to use one procedure for a given situation. Procedural fluency builds on a foundation of conceptual understanding, strategic reasoning, and problem-solving (NGA Center & CCSSO, 2010; NCTM, 2000, 2014).
NCTM Position Paper on Procedural Fluency, 2019
CTL’s Procedural Fluency Model (PFM) is a method of explicit instruction targeting operations and algebraic thinking to deepen students’ fluency in addition/subtraction as well as multiplication/division. Each module is focused on a specific strategy and contains manipulatives, games, and lesson plans with built-in assessments. The modules invite students to explore and apply strategies as fluency is developed in order for them to be successful in mathematics.