The term “primary resource” for many would be the “curriculum” used to guide instruction. For the district in which I teach, our curriculum is the set of MN standards for math; our “primary resource” is the text (or other platform) teachers use to guide instruction on the standards and benchmarks
The focus of this year’s conference was to frame the WHY of our organization in order to connect to the heart of our members and their work as educators.
What are you excited about? What is working for you? What is important to you? What do others need to know? We all improve when we share. Consider presenting at the 2017 MCTM Spring Conference. You can find a link to the Speaker Form on the 2017 MCTM Spring Conference page at mctm.org or Access the form […]
A learning trajectory is a common developmental path to understanding a concept. Douglas H. Clements describes a simple example: “children first learn to crawl, which is followed by walking, running, skipping, and jumping with increased speed and dexterity.”