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Bears Odd, Bears Even by Harriet Ziefert An easy-to-read mathematics book teaches the concept of odd and even through an amusing and colorful tale of bears playing a game of basketball. Even Steven and Odd Todd by Kathryn Cristaldi
As North Carolina public school students return to school for the 2012-13 year, teachers are preparing new lessons and new teaching strategies to match new teaching and learning standards in every grade and every subject. This is the first time that North Carolina has implemented a completely revised Standard Course of Study in all areas and grades at once. North Carolina teachers and students in kindergarten through 12th grade will follow Common Core state standards in mathematics and language arts.
Download the overview below in PDF format With the adoption of the New York P-12 Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) in ELA/Literacy and Mathematics, the Board of Regents signaled a shift in both instruction and assessment.
The fate of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for Mathematics will depend on how we teach more so than what we teach. It's great, for example, that teachers will now have time to explore topics in greater depth. But unless they're prepared to go deeper with those topics, the extra time will be spent reinforcing algorithms and formulas rather than deriving them.
Educators across the nation are working hard this summer to begin developing updated curricula that will fit into the new Common Core State Standards, which will be fully applied in 45 U.S. states (Texas, Alaska, Nebraska, Virginia, and Minnesota have opted out of statewide participation) by 2015. Yet despite the hubbub about the new standards, which were created as a means of better equipping students with the knowledge they need to be competitive in the modern world, many teachers still have a lot of unanswered questions about what Common Core will mean for them, their students, and their schools.
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Parents' Guide to Student Success - For Parents - National PTA A Parent's Guide to the Common Core Standards | Education.com Common Core State Standards Parenting for High Potential NAGC - Information & Resources - Common Core State Standards
Last week, reported on the frustration teachers are facing as they begin designing lessons around Common Core priorities—teacher resources are either scarce, or hard to find. This week, ASCD convened Colorado educators to discuss Common Core implementation, and classroom teachers in Colorado echoed similar concerns over accessible teaching resources. ASCD continues to mine and create free resources to help teachers integrate the Common Core State Standards in their classrooms. Here's a collection of sites and supporting materials: From the States
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Here you'll find additional resources that support using MRI organized into four categories: Assessment PDF Files, Reports PDF Files, Reasoning Strategies PDF Files, and Other Resources. Assessments PDF Files To help you review the MRI Interview questions, the Question Screens display how each question appears on the computer. The Question Cards display the questions as you show them to students.
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Looking for a quick way to find out which math concepts should be taught in grade 2, or how the standards handle the concept of probability? This handy tool demystifies the Common Core math standards. Simply select a grade or math concept and get a printable report of the related standards or key concepts. The easy-to-read reports help you analyze how a concept is developed over time, create instruction for struggling or advanced learners, and plan and deliver professional development. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
The following are Common Core State Standards (CCSS) resources that focus on Mathematics. The Common Core State Standards: Mathematics Mathematics standards define what K–12 students should know and be able to do in math. While they are grade-specific, the standards do not define the intervention methods or materials necessary to support students who are well below or well above grade-level expectations.
search : Mathematics Resources PDFs Select the link to view/download the pdf. Source: Council of Chief State School Officials and National Governors Association (2010) Common Core State Standards . Source: Sacramento County Office of Education (2010) K-12 California's Common Core Content Standards for Mathematics
In this online chat moderated by Sean Cavanagh of Education Week, PISA director Andreas Schleicher and former APEC chair Alan Ginsberg answer questions about how to think about international comparisons among students. Throughout the chat, Ginsberg discusses how he thinks the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics have great potential to benefit U.S. students because they are based in research about international and domestic best practices. “The U.S. Common Core,” says Ginsberg, “did a great job in math of pulling together the best domestic and international information from research on best practices.