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Principles and Standards for School Mathematics outlines the essential components of a high-quality school mathematics program.
- NCTM Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, Basic Edition (PDF)
- Balancing mathematics education research and the NCTM standards
- Principles and Standards for School Mathematics: A Guide for Mathematicians
Include Synonyms Include Dead terms. Peer reviewed Download full text Direct link. The "Principles and Standards for School Mathematics" published in by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics NCTM created a vision of mathematical concepts and processes to establish core educational guidelines for instruction from grades K to
NCTM Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, Basic Edition (PDF)
It is the primary model for standards-based mathematics. The NCTM employed a consensus process that involved classroom teachers, mathematicians , and educational researchers. The resulting document sets forth a set of six principles Equity, Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, Assessment, and Technology that describe NCTM's recommended framework for mathematics programs, and ten general strands or standards that cut across the school mathematics curriculum. Specific expectations for student learning are described for ranges of grades preschool to 2, 3 to 5, 6 to 8, and 9 to The NCTM's stated intent was to improve mathematics education. The contents were based on surveys of existing curriculum materials, curricula and policies from many countries, educational research publications, and government agencies such as the U. National Science Foundation.
Balancing mathematics education research and the NCTM standards
Principles and Standards for School Mathematics: A Guide for Mathematicians
April 1, One of the major activities of the Access and Assets Project, a collaborative effort of the Education Development Center EDC and the American Association for the Advancement of Science AAAS to promote high quality, standards-based education for students with disabilities, is to provide information to standards committees and other educational organizations about how national standards and policies can be crafted and implemented to insure the inclusion of students with disabilities in standards-based science and math education. Specifically, the project seeks to develop and promote a model of inclusion that is based on an asset rather than deficit perspective on disability. The review was performed by project staff and consultants in collaboration with members of our advisory board and colleagues from the field.
Or conversely whether the Standards should influence the research agenda of the mathematics education community? How should university teacher educators address this issue? Should pre-service and practicing teachers blindly, accept the Standards as well as the research, or do we cultivate the critical thinking skills that will allow preparing teachers to resolve this dilemma? In this article a university mathematics educator and an idealistic pre-service elementary teacher try to resolve the dilemma of balancing the Standards with research and personal beliefs about the teaching and learning of mathematics. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Clements, D.
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