Mathematics Learning Experiences
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|New York State Academy for Teaching and Learning (NYSATL)|
|Exemplary mathematics teaching units drawn from actual New York classrooms, developed within the context of the Statewide Peer Review model. Each unit consists of eight components: a learning context referencing specific New York State Mathematics, Science, and Technology (MST) Standards; procedure; instructional/environmental modifications; time required; resources; assessment plan; student work illustrating a learner's thinking; and reflection. Elementary level units include Best Shape for a Wheel and The Cathedral Project. Intermediate level units include Playground Project; Math, Fractions, and Music; Taming Your Credit Cards; The Stock Market Project; Proportions, Models, and Similar Figures; and The Perfect Pumpkin. Commencement level units include The Pythagorean Theorem, Garden Variety Geometry, and Create a Dream Vacation.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Math Ed Topics:||Curriculum/Materials Development|
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