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students actually do math use mathematics using math knowledge engaging in mathematical thinking investigate situations with mathematics. Actively Involved-in order to build their understanding of mathematical ideas, to see the power and usefulness of mathematics in their lives, and to feel confident in their own capabilities as "problem solvers" Math practices, mike rospenda2

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Actively Involved build their understanding of math to see the power and usefulness of math to feel confident in their own capabilities as "problem solver Math practices, mike rospenda3

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To develop mathematical power Kids must believe that mathematics make sense Math is understandable Math is useful to them -Mathematical thinking is a normal part of everyone's mental ability Math practices, mike rospenda4

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To provide experiences that stimulate students' curiosity To build confidence in investigating, problem solving, and communication To formulate and solve problems related to their world Math practices, mike rospenda5

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To create their own way of interpreting an idea To see how ideas fit with what they already know To experience the enjoyment of a challenge, the excitement of success Math practices, mike rospenda6

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Understanding mathematical ideas is far more important than how many skills they acquire Devote less attention to telling students about mathematics assigning worksheets for computational practice and requiring rote memorization Employ activities that promote the active involvement of students in doing mathematics in authentic situations - Math practices, mike rospenda7

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Use concrete manipulative materials regularly to build understanding Promote exploration, discussion, questioning, and explanation Learn the best methods for knowing when and how to use a variety of computational techniques such as mental arithmetic, Math practices, mike rospenda8

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as well as reasonable paper and pencil process Problem solving should be a process that throughout the curriculum and provides contexts in which concepts and skills are learned Math practices, mike rospenda9

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Students and teachers create and apply strategies to work on and solve problems To provide many opportunities to use language to communicate mathematical ideas To discuss, write, read, and listen to mathematical ideas Math practices, mike rospenda10

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To collecting data, make graphs and charts of their findings. To give opportunities for reflective and collaborative work with others ◦ This is a critical part of mathematics teaching Math practices, mike rospenda11

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Concepts of numbers, operations, computations, geometry, measurement, statistics, data, chance, and probability should be broadly defined, and applied. Students must have many experiences in order to develop an intuitive sense of numbers and operations, ◦ a "feel" for what is happening in different situations Math practices, mike rospenda12

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When students construct their own knowledge of geometry and measurement they will be able to use their initial understandings in applied, real-world settings Measurement concepts are best understood through actual experiences with measuring and estimating measures Math practices, mike rospenda13

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Evaluation is there to help teachers better understand what students know and make meaningful decisions about teaching and learning activities A variety of assessment methods should be used to assess individual students, including written, oral and demonstration formats Math practices, mike rospenda14

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Taken from Best Practices, New Standards for Teaching and Learning in America's Schools by Steven Zemelman, Harvey Daniels, and Arthur Hyde Math practices, mike rospenda15

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