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View Resource Curriculum Reform Across the First Two Years (CRAFTY)

A series of eleven disciplinary workshops known as the Curriculum Foundations Project was held as part of a major review of undergraduate programs in mathematics by the Mathematics Association of America (MAA). The goal of each workshop was to obtain a clear, concise statement of what students in that area need to learn in their first two years of college mathematics. The MAA's Committee on the...

View Resource Why Isn't the Mathematics We Learned Good Enough for Today's Students?: The Imperative of Mathematic

In an effort to explore new ways of improving mathematics education in middle and high schools, the Council of Chief State School Officers and Texas Instruments formed a Technology Research and Development Advisory Committee (R&D Committee) in the spring of 2004. This R&D Committee, consisting of state deputy superintendents or commissioners, district superintendents, and CCSSO staff, met in...

View Resource Micron's K-12 Educator Resources

Micron believes that supporting math and science education is critical to cultivating tomorrow's technology leaders. That's why Micron provides teachers with opportunities and tools designed to excite students about science, math, and engineering using hands-on, real-world applications. In addition to content rich Web resources, Micron provides classroom presenters, workshops and site visits in...

View Resource Inquiry Strategies for the Journey North Teacher

In an inquiry-oriented classroom, the teacher is a co-explorer and guide who cultivates curiosity and challenges students to think and act like scientists as they explore intriguing questions. It takes time, practice, and sometimes, a shift in teaching strategies, to create a classroom where inquiry can flourish. Explicit strategies should help both novice and experienced teachers create a...

View Resource AMATYC Placement and Assessment Committee

The mission of the Placement and Assessment Committee (PAC) of AMATYC is to serve as a "resource or clearinghouse for the AMATYC membership on issues related to placement and assessment of students, courses, and programs in mathematics at two-year colleges." On their site, visitors can find assessment projects from educators, AMATYC position statements, helpful external links, PAC's newsletters,...

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