Written and Verbal Mathematical Understanding—How to Get Started: Part 2(2014)
Getting your students to write and speak mathematically isn’t as simple as it may sound. This post will explore how to make the process a little easier. In part 1, I wrote about modeling these traits and listed activities that I use each week to make mathematical understanding a classroom staple. In this post, we will look at the time needed for student success in writing and speaking mathematically, connections to the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice, and some final thoughts on what can be expected after implementation.
- Mathematical understanding,
- common core standards
Publication DateNovember 24, 2014
Citation InformationClayton M. Edwards. "Written and Verbal Mathematical Understanding—How to Get Started: Part 2" (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/clayton_edwards/8/