Monthly Archives: June 2012

Originally posted on Reflections of a Second-career Math Teacher:
I made the comments further below to a blog post by Mike Klonsky titled The Year They Began Calling Poverty and Homelessness an ‘Excuse’.  Read his post, it speaks to the irrational…

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NCTM Process Standards for Mathematics

Another assignment in the summer work for my rising AP Calculus AB students is to review a set of six slides I created that overview the process standards for mathematics defined by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).  The NCTM … Continue reading

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NRC’s Five Strands of Mathematical Proficiency

As part of my rising AP Calculus students’ summer work, they are to review six slides I created to illustrate the five strands of mathematical proficiency defined by the National Research Council (NRC).  For the purposes of this post, the … Continue reading

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