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A National Science Foundation (NSF) funded high school series for all students
Contemporary Mathematics in Context engages students in investigation-based, multi-day lessons organized around big ideas. Important mathematical concepts are developed in relevant contexts by students in ways that make sense to them.
Courses 1, along with Courses 2 and 3, comprise a core curriculum that upgrades the mathematics experience for all your students. Course 4 is designed for all college-bound students.
Developed with funding from the National Science Foundation, each course is the product of a four-year research, development, and evaluation process involving thousands of students in schools across the country.
Unit 5 Patterns in VariationLesson 1 Measuring Variation with Standard DeviationLesson 2 The Normal DistributionLesson 3 Statistical Process ControlLesson 4 Looking BackUnit 6 Families of FunctionsLesson 1 Function Models RevisitedLesson 2 Customizing Models 1: Reflections and Vertical TransformationsLesson 3 Customizing Models 2: Horizontal TransformationsLesson 4 Looking BackUnit 7 Discrete Models of ChangeLesson 1 Modeling Sequential Change Using RecursionLesson 2 A Discrete View of Function ModelsLesson 3 Iterating FunctionsLesson 4 Looking BackCapstone: Making the Best of It: Optional Forms and Strategies