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Courtney, Scott

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[ncsm-members] Provide Your Perspectives on the Common Core Mathematical Practices
Posted: Nov 7, 2013 8:18 AM
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Dear Fellow NCSM Members,

The Common Core Standards are the most widely accepted education policy document in U.S. history. In addition to a new set of content standards, educators are now presented with a set of Standards for Mathematical Practice, with which to engage and assess students.

In order to better understand the impact of this policy change, we are conducting a study of various stakeholders? familiarity with and interpretations of the mathematical practices identified by the Common Core. Your participation inthis study would be greatly appreciated.

To participate, please visit the survey link below. The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete. Further, all responses are strictly anonymous.


Your participation and feedback are greatly appreciated. So that we may obtain as much feedback from the mathematics and education communities as possible, please feel free to forward the survey link to any colleagues you feel may be interested in participating.

If you have any questions regarding the nature of this study, or your participation in it, please feel free to contact us directly. Thank you.


Scott Courtney
Assistant Professor
Kent State University<>

Karl W. Kosko
Assistant Professor
Kent State University<>

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