Math Strategies is a Response to Invention aimed at assisting students who have been identified through ISAT and MAP testing data as having deficits in math. Math Strategies uses a concrete- representational- abstract (CRA) approach to learning using discovery activities in the Math Elevations curriculum. Activities will increase students’ fact fluency and individual math deficits.
Mathematics can help us make more informed decisions, work efficiently, solve problems, and appreciate its relevance in the world.
Geometric methods can help us to make connections and draw conclusions from the world in which we live.
Functions and number operations play fundamental roles in helping us to make sense of various situations.
Using prior knowledge, appropriate technology, and logical thinking, we can analyze data and effectively communicate the reasonableness of solutions.
Multiple mathematical approaches and strategies can be used to reach a desired outcome.
Algebraic models, patterns, and graphical representations are tools that can help us make meaningful connections to real-world situations.
How do numbers drive your life?
How do you know when an answer is reasonable?
How can you use math to model real life situations?
How can you find an alternative solution when you don’t get your desired outcome?
How can you use math tools and technology to solve problems?
Numbers and Operations
Money and Decimals
Algebra, Patterns, and Functions
Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
Computation with Whole and Decimal Numbers
Computation with Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Numerations/ Number Theory
Computation with Integers and Decimals
Computation with Fractions