Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, Volume 1
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2000 - Mathematics - 402 pages
An important tool and guide for teachers and education professionals. Updates the messages of NCTM's previous Standards. Shows how student learning should grow across four grade bands-pre-K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Incorporates a clear set of principles and an increased focus on how student knowledge grows as shown by recent research. Also includes ways to incorporate the use of technology to make mathematics instruction relevant and effective in a technological world. The CD-ROM extends the messages of Principles and Standards. It includes the text and graphics of the volume; additional features like classroom scenarios to help teachers see how to bring the Standards to life; built-in "applets" or miniprograms that allow teachers to manipulate mathematical figures; links to NCTM publications, the Research Companion, and other support materials; and much more.
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