In this 5-10 minute routine, students answer a question and analyze incorrect answers. The teacher quickly assesses how many students grasp the concept and what causes misunderstanding. Students engage in Mathematical Practice 3: critiquing the reasoning of others.
Bridge to College: Bulletin 005-20 for expectations for districts interested in offering Bridge to College courses.
Modeling Our World With Mathematics: Modeling Our World With Mathematics has new materials available!
Educator Resources: OSPI's K-12 Math Progression Documents in the Menu of K-12 Math Resources
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Today’s mathematics calls for more than memorization of facts and formulas. Students need to be able to analyze and interpret, reason and model, and to use a variety of problem solving strategies. Our learning standards offer a connected structure to build fluency through conceptual understanding and to develop mathematical reasoning. All of this occurs within a growth mindset that builds on the belief that all students are able to achieve in mathematics.
Information and resources regarding mathematics credits, requirements, K-12 Learning Standards, and materials to support communication with families.
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Resources about the Washington K-12 Mathematics Learning Standards.
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