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Topic: Differences in the curriculum
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Thomas Mariano

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Re: Differences in the curriculum
Posted: Apr 13, 2013 9:03 AM
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Thank you, for sharing Lou. Has your group identified some learning tesks
for students that take this new curriculum beyond the rearrangement of
skills to realize the modeling, conceptual development, and standards of
mathematical practice that clearly distinguish the common core from a
rearrangement of the past?

We are looking at the work of several other states now as this is now a
national movement and for the first time NY is connected to other states
through the CC and PARCC. We belive this is crucial so we can get out of
the rut of our own NY traditions.


On Apr 12, 2013, at 3:28 PM, "" <>

This is what our district has done so far for the Algebra course. We have
one more session next week to finish up. If anyone has any feedback, we
would love it. Also, if anyone else has something they did in their
district, I would love to compare if you could send it to me.

Lisa Vullo

CCHS Math Department

Room C:219 ext. 3316

<Cheektowaga Common Core Algebra 2.docx>

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