Responses
Common Core State Standards in
Mathematics (CCSSM)
G ⇒ States Joing Common Core
F ⇒ “Core Implementation Planning”
E ⇒ Washington Post Article
D ⇒ Kansas Discussion
C ⇒ Chic...
WHAT IS B?
823,461
9+1 = 10 ⇒ 10+5 = 15
Controversy generates public
Critical Responses
● Emotional debate
● Too simple / too complicated
● Top-down implementation
● Traditional ways are effi...
Arkansas Mother Obliterates Common Core in 4 Minutes!
Arkansas Mother Obliterates Common Core in 4 Minutes!
Lists
The Ten Dumbest Common Core Problems (National Review)
A ridiculous Common Core test for first graders (Washington P...
Supportive Responses
● Why learn Math in 2014? Focus on PROCESSES.
○ Greater focus on fewer topics
○ Coherence: thinking a...
“We need Americans like you to master the tools in technology”
The new common standards offer the kind of
mathematics instruction we see in the top-achieving
nations, where students lea...
Academic(-ish)
Supporters respond to quiz that went viral
A Common-Sense Approach to the Common Core Math Standards
Curric...
Kids are being asked to perform the same
old equations — but they're being taught
new ways of arriving at the old answers
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)
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Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)

This is just a small part of a presentation on Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for Math. It was done for Education Design for Learning Environments course at NYU. Presented on 09/24
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Education      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Responses to MATH Common Core State Standard (CCSS)

  • 1. Responses Common Core State Standards in Mathematics (CCSSM)
  • 2. G ⇒ States Joing Common Core F ⇒ “Core Implementation Planning” E ⇒ Washington Post Article D ⇒ Kansas Discussion C ⇒ Chicago Discussions B ⇒ Indiana Drops Standards A ⇒ Indiana Approves Replacement
  • 3. WHAT IS B?
  • 4. 823,461
  • 5. 9+1 = 10 ⇒ 10+5 = 15
  • 6. Controversy generates public
  • 7. Critical Responses ● Emotional debate ● Too simple / too complicated ● Top-down implementation ● Traditional ways are efficient ways
  • 8. Arkansas Mother Obliterates Common Core in 4 Minutes! Arkansas Mother Obliterates Common Core in 4 Minutes!
  • 9. Lists The Ten Dumbest Common Core Problems (National Review) A ridiculous Common Core test for first graders (Washington Post) 10 Common Core exercises that will make you tear your hair out (The Blaze) Top Ten Things Parents Hate About Common Core (The Federalist) What about a list of “dumbest exercises” in “traditional” Math?
  • 10. Supportive Responses ● Why learn Math in 2014? Focus on PROCESSES. ○ Greater focus on fewer topics ○ Coherence: thinking across topics ● People hate it for political reasons ○ Conservative: federally mandated, so it’s bad. ○ Liberal: it’s tied to testing, so it’s bad. ● Not only technology, but inquiry, research, problem-solve, etc. ● Local reasoning makes it easier to code.
  • 11. “We need Americans like you to master the tools in technology”
  • 12. The new common standards offer the kind of mathematics instruction we see in the top-achieving nations, where students learn to master a few topics each year before moving on to more advanced mathematics. Michigan State University's Distinguished Professor William Schmidt
  • 13. Academic(-ish) Supporters respond to quiz that went viral A Common-Sense Approach to the Common Core Math Standards Curricular Coherence and the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics Common Core math: Sioux Falls students are more engaged The common core FAQ, by NPR
  • 14. Kids are being asked to perform the same old equations — but they're being taught new ways of arriving at the old answers