Choosing a Standards-Based Mathematics Curriculum

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If your district is preparing to review mathematics curricula for adoption, opportunity awaits you. The past decade has seen tremendous activity in mathematics education, resulting in the creation of several new curricula to promote deeper and richer mathematical learning. Choosing a Standards-Based Mathematics Curriculum takes you through the process, addressing the many issues involved in curriculum selection and implementation, and helping you work through both of these phases.

A publication of the K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Center at EDC, this authoritative guide focuses on the thirteen programs supported by the Center, though the ideas discussed are not specific to these programs. Its aim is to present a comprehensive view of how individual districts should go about adopting new mathematics curricula. The authors address a range of issues districts may confront, decisions committees will have to make, and strategies they may use, and describe many different procedures and processes that others have found useful.

For the selection phase, the book explores how to assemble a selection committee, assess resources and needs, and create guidelines and criteria for evaluating different programs. The curriculum implementation section focuses on ways to work toward successful use of materials by planning a realistic and effective roll-out strategy, supporting teachers, and building community buy-in and assistance. Along the way, lots of different resources are provided, including stories and examples from practitioners, suggestions for further support, and sample selection criteria from school districts and other educational organizations.

Anyone responsible for the curriculum review and selection process within a district will find Choosing a Standards-Based Mathematics Curriculum essential reading, especially assistant superintendents, curriculum coordinators, mathematics supervisors, lead teachers, and department heads.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780325001630
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • Publication date: 3/1/2000
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

Meet the Author

The Education Development Center, Inc (EDC) specializes in creating and implementing professional development programs for teachers, health care professionals, and other workers; designing technology tools and curriculum materials dedicated to inquiry-based, hands-on learning; and conducting applied research on learning in a wide variety of settings.

For over fifteen years Ilene Kantrov has been developing curriculum, software, and other resources to support the professional development of teachers. She is currently the Managing Director of the Center for Learning, Teaching, and Technology at EDC, having previously taught at Tufts University and Wheelock College.

June Mark brings over twenty years of experience in research and development related to mathematics instructional materials, curriculum implementation, and mathematics teacher professional development. June received her BS (Mathematics) and BSE from the University of Pennsylvania and her Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has been involved in a numerous mathematics education projects, many centering on bringing high quality mathematics to underserved populations. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family including her kids, Michael and Lena. June Mark is the coauthor of four Heinemann titles: Lesson Study in Practice: A Mathematics Staff Development Course (2010), A Mathematics Leaders Guide to Lesson Study in Practice (2010), The Fostering Geometric Thinking Toolkit (2008), Choosing a Standards-Based Mathematics Curriculum (2000) and Transition to Algebra: Make Algebra Make Sense (2014).

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Table of Contents

Background

What Is a Standards-Based Curriculum?

Getting Started: The "Big Ideas" of the Selection and Implementation Process

The Curriculum Selection Process

Creating a Selection Committee

Taking Stock: Assessing Current Resources and Future Needs

Planning for Cross-Grades Transitions

Developing and Applying Selection Criteria

Cost Considerations

Piloting

Curriculum Implementation

Teacher Support

Community Support

Implementation Rollout

Collecting Data About Implementation

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