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Common Core Math Practices

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Leanne West

on 12 October 2012

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Transcript of Common Core Math Practices

Putting the pieces together:
The processes and proficiencies
of Mathematics. CCSS Mathematical Practices 1) Makes sense of problems and
preserver in solving them. The ability to contextualize
and decontextualize
words and symbols. 2) Reason Abstractly and Quantitatively Students dissect, analyze, explain, evaluate, monitor and change
course as needed. Students are able to apply logic and recognize the use of faulty logic. They are able to produce examples and counter examples to explain mathematical reasoning. 3) Construct viable arguments
and critique the reasoning of others 4) Model with Mathematics Students are able to solve everyday life, societal and workplace problems by applying mathematical thought. 5) Use appropriate tools strategically. Students are able to determine which tools would help in finding a solution and are knowledgeable in the use of these tools. 6) Attend to precision Students check for accuracy during problem solving and after a solution is found. 7) Look for and make sense of structure. Students use deductive reasoning to recognize a pattern or apply learned concepts to new situations. Students reason inductively, looking at details and making generalizations that will aid in problem solving and create a potential "rule" to apply in other situations. "Good teaching is more a giving of right questions than a giving of right answers."
Josef Albers 8) Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
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