Mathematical Practice 2 states that children should be able to “Reason abstractly and quantitatively.” What does that even mean?? This is one of the math practices that really stumps many of the teachers I work with, and rightly so! The practice itself is a little...
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So many resources stored in so many different places, so little time! One of the biggest universal frustrations of teachers seems to be finding the things they need.
When you think of “curriculum,” what comes to mind?
Even if you don’t use Engage NY, the #4 All-Star Blog Post is an amazing resource to share with parents and students!
Free, ready-to-use classroom resources that align to college- and career-ready standards, including the Common Core,
It shouldn’t be a secret as to what our kids are being tested on in our state.
You’ve got to be able to compare apples to apples, so identifying a common assessment, especially when common power standards have been identified, is vital.
When did standards become such a driving force in education?