Algebra: Not 'If' but 'When'
One of the questions I am asked frequently by teachers, parents, and reporters is, “When should students take algebra?” Let’s assume that we’re talking about a college preparatory algebra 1 course. The content and instruction must be designed to develop both conceptual and procedural understanding. For students to be considered successful in first-year algebra, the expectation must be that reasoning and making sense will be priorities of both teaching and learning. Read more.
12/4/2013 10:55:02 AM |
CCSSM Interactive Institutes
Join us in Orlando, February 14─15 for NCTM's 2014 Interactive Institute Winter Professional Development Series—Cutting to the “Common Core.” Choose from concurrent institutes designed to increase your knowledge of mathematics content related to the Common Core domains for the elementary, middle, and high school grades or--for principals and administrators--our new institute for school leaders. Register early and save—space is limited.
12/6/2013 02:27:34 PM |