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For extra added fun, the folks over at Edutron have created a popup version of Jason Zimba’s monster graph of the standards, so that when you mouse over a standard the text of the standard pops up (the mouse over … Continue reading
Here is the latest progression hot off the presses. It includes the Grades 6–8 Number System domain and the Number part of the High School Number and Quantity category (Quantity part coming soon). As usual, please comment at the forum, … Continue reading
After talking to some teachers at PCMI on Tuesday and hearing from my fellow standards writer Jason Zimba I decided to do a quick fix on the modeling progression. The previous version ventured into territory that has been discussed on … Continue reading
Isn’t summer wonderful? This has been sitting on my desk for a while, waiting to be typeset. Some teachers at PCMI this summer needed it for their c-TaP projects, so I finally got to it. As always, this is still … Continue reading
I’m pleased to be able to give you the draft progressions on Algebra and Functions. These progressions are somewhat different from the K–8 progressions. Since the high school standards are not arranged into courses, the progressions are really more like … Continue reading
Here is the draft measurement part of the geometry progression. As always, please post questions and comments here. [29 July 2012] This thread is closed. You can ask questions here.
And, as recompense for the long wait, we have added a bonus grade level, Grade 6. Here it is: ccss_progression_g_k6_2012_06_27
Here is the progression on high school Statistics and Probability. As usual, comments welcome, and make sure you are using an up-to-date pdf reader. [30 July 2012] This thread is now closed. Please go here to discuss this progression.
Here is the draft progression for Statistics and Probability, Grades 6–8: ccss_progression_sp_68_2011_12_26_bis As usual, comments and suggestions are welcome. [New file with corrections uploaded 12/26/11, 11:38 am MST.] [5 August 2012] This thread is now closed for comment. Please ask … Continue reading
Here is a draft of the Progression on Ratios and Proportional Relationships. This one took a long time because there is a lot of conflicting and confusing language about ratios and proportional reasoning out in the field, and we struggled … Continue reading