Get this from a library! Principles and standards for school mathematics. (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.;) -- CD-ROM contains: Full text document -- E-examples -- Search engine -- Enhanced navigation -- NCTM's previous Standards documents -- Illuminaitons and links to other resources.

Curriculum and Evaluation Standards Report Page 3 of 9 Three assumptions were made about mathematics that provided a framework for the Curriculum Standards and shaped the treatment the commission gave to each standard. These assumptions of mathematics were imbedded in the Standards: 1. Learning mathematics is an active process.

Principles and standards for school mathematics. Reston, VA: Author. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. (2014). Principles to actions: Ensuring mathematical success for all. Reston, VA: Author. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. (2018). Catalyzing change in high school mathematics: Initiating critical conversations.

NCTM (2000). Principles and standards for school mathematics. Reston, VA: NCTM. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Examining the Types of Mathematical Tasks Used to Explore the Mathematics Instruction by Elementary School Teachers. AUTHORS: Wei-Min Hsu.

The Mathematics Framework has been developed to support and incorporate the California Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. The California State Board of Education adopted the Mathematics Framework on November 6, 2013. This is the final digital version of the Mathematics Framework. Executive Summary: Mathematics Framework (PDF; Dated.

This Executive Summary describes the social and policy context in which seven principles of LfM have been developed. It explains how Ontario is moving from an Age of Achievement and Effort to an Age of Learning, Well-being and Identity. It summarizes the research design in which a Boston College research team interviewed 222 educators.

The principles state that teachers should be able to understand their subject matter and relate it to students, adopt teaching strategies that are responsive to different learners, employ diverse instructional strategies, establish proper assessment tools to measure student development, and engage in continual curriculum evaluation and professional development (INTASC Core Standards).

Standards for School Mathematics (PSSM) (19). Guided by six overarching principles—regarding equity, curriculum, teaching, learning, assess-ment, and technology—PSSM describes for each mathematics content and process area what chil-dren should be able to do from prekindergarten through second grade. NCTM Principles for School Mathematics.