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    This paper serves to compare the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards for Secondary Mathematics (NCTM), Common Core State Standards (CCSS), and Virginia’s Standards of Learning (VSOL). The comparison will include similarities and differences among the three documents as well as discuss their strengths and weaknesses. Lastly, a combined set of standards will be developed and presented, encompassing the strengths of the various standards. The first similarity between the three documents

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    positions of both the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) stating that having high quality, challenging and accessible math education is essential for 3-6 years olds, creating a promising future for students. Within their daily classroom setting, there needs to be a research based curriculum that includes policies, organized support and appropriate resources. Essential Questions: Should teachers start incorporating

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    Math in Special Education Essay

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    level, and teachers are stepping up to the plate. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) has led the movement for education reform in mathematics. The NCTM began in the mid-1970’s and was a public voice of mathematics education that supported teachers, and tried to ensure learning of the

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    on local, state, and national standards and policy. Progressively, policymakers, administrators, and general society expect teachers to teach children to high standards, paying little attention to students’ background or socioeconomic status. With data pouring in from local, state, national, and global assessments, comparisons between schools, districts, states, and nations lead much higher expectations (Klein et al., 2005).Furthermore, the writing comprehensively sees teacher quality as a champion

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    Reflective Paper

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    Reflective Paper 2 Math for Elementary Teachers II is the second part in a two part series. The mathematical concepts that were focused on throughout the second part of Math for Elementary Teachers were on measurement, geometry, probability, and data analysis. Just like part one of Math for Elementary Teachers, part two also address the relationship of the course concepts to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards for K-8 instruction. The first two weeks of this

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    S. Lofton who was a well known black dentist and her mother Lavinia Day Lofton who was a kindergarten teacher, also an active member of the church. Martha Euphemia Lofton Haynes was know for being the first African American Woman to receive a Ph. D. in Mathematics. Martha graduated high school from Washington's Miner Normal School in 1909. In 1914, , she received a B.A. in Mathematics and her minor in Psychology.Married Harold Appo Haynes in 1917, who later became a principal and deputy

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    National Curriculum Paper

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    Introduction: Undeniably, the implementation of a national curriculum will have a significant impact on the Australian education system. Therefore, my understanding of this educational reform and the contention arising from this national curriculum will form the basis of this paper. The paper will also discuss how I will navigate the implemented policies while remaining authentic in my teaching values and practices. Moreover, this will be done by establishing my understanding of the curriculum in

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    Technology in the Mathematics Classroom In today’s society, technology is advancing at such a rate that on can hardly stay ahead. Technology surrounds every person in civilization. To not use the technology that is readily available would be absurd. The same idea applies to technology in the classroom. Calculators, in particular, are becoming more readily available in the classroom, but technology should not stop there. Many inspiring computers programs, such as Geometer’s Sketchpad, Math

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    Lee Stiff To Math

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    in the Department of Mathematics at North Carolina State University. Lee Vernon Stiff was born in 1949. His father provided for the family by working in a factory with a third- grade education level. While researching Stiff, no information was found about his mother or siblings (if he had any). This essay will provide information about the life of Lee Stiff and how he contributes to mathematics. Education In the year of 1971, Stiff received his Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from The University

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    Many students struggle through their mathematics subject from elementary up to secondary. This is why many professionals and educators tend to cure these struggle experienced by many students. According to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM, 2000), Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (PSSM) urge teachers and students to use multiple representations during mathematics discussion. The PSSM clearly stated that students should “ create and use representation to organize

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