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Integrated School  Integrated School  Mathematics: Mathematics: Pitfalls, Products, and  Pitfalls, Products, and  Predictions for the  Predictions for the  Peach State Peach State Keary Howard Ph.D., SUNY  Keary Howard Ph.D., SUNY  Fredonia Fredonia [email protected]
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Some 60 Minute Objectives Some 60 Minute Objectives Define integrated mathematics via a few  good hooks. Put you in a New York State of mind. Discover the real Dana TeCroney. Tell the fortune of Georgia school  mathematics. Get you ready for some SEC football.
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A truly integrated mathematics curriculum relies on rich problems that: A truly integrated mathematics curriculum relies on rich problems that: 1.  Prompt solutions between and within fundamental mathematical  1.  Prompt solutions between and within fundamental mathematical  content areas. content areas. 2.  Foster multiple representations. 2.  Foster multiple representations. 3.  Make you wanna solve ‘em. 3.  Make you wanna solve ‘em. Hook:  How many solutions are there to the equation: 2 x  = x 2  
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Some NYS School Math Fast Facts Some NYS School Math Fast Facts NYS is home to some the largest school districts (New York City School  District), smallest school districts (Clymer Central School District), and the  richest (the Hamptons). It’s called the Empire state for a reason.  Driving time from Clymer to the  Hamptons is approximately the same as it is from Clymer to Columbia, SC  or from Clymer to Knoxville, TN. Since the 1950s, all school districts in NYS have been united by a common  high school mathematics curriculum.   Since the 1920s, common assessments (Regents Exams) have been a  staple of the secondary school exam. An Integrated Mathematics Curriculum at the high school level was first  piloted 30 years ago.  Although significant revisions have been made to the  curriculum on at least two occasions, Integrated Mathematics remains firmly  in place in NYS.
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Riddle me this… Riddle me this… Rank order the following three artifacts  from greatest to least on their influence  on the ‘taught’ curriculum.
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