Goals in Math Education Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Goals in Math Education
Examines five goals of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics & ways to achieve them.
# 12859 | 1,125 words | 6 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Mar 20, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Mathematics (General)


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"The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics has produced a list of five goals which students in a well-taught classroom should achieve. This paper will outline how these five goals can be attained by students in a fourth-grade classroom using the Saxon text, Math 54: An Incremental Development (Hake & Saxon, 1996). Examples of how to incorporate each goal individually into the class's lessons will follow.
A good mathematics curriculum will help a teacher instill these goals in students. The best method of disseminating these goals to students is within the context of mathematics study and through opportunities for cross-disciplinary teaching; the five goals cannot be effectively taught in isolation from one another or from other subjects.
The five goals can be summarized as follows: .."

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