Students learn mathematics is about: sense-making, flexible thinking, questioning, seeing and using patterns, problem solving, communicating, creative thinking about space, data, and numbers, making and analyzing connections and relationships.

We believe each student is capable of making sense of mathematical ideas and is able to use understanding and reasoning to solve authentic mathematical and real world problems. Mathematics learning involves students developing conceptual understanding and proficiency in applying mathematical procedures with understanding. Students learn through engagement in rich tasks and collaboration. Close attention is paid to students’ thinking, including emergent understanding and mistakes, in order to provide an appropriate level of feedback and support.

Comprehensive K-12 Mathematics Framework

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Grade-Level Mathematics Learning