Core Connections: Algebra by Leslie Dietiker
Course Guidelines CPM Algebra II Mr. Kopkas 2015-2016.
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College Preparatory Mathematics, or CPM, is an educational program created by educators with a range of experience that offers a complete math program for grades 6 through Though somewhat controversial for its actual effectiveness, the CPM courses have been principally designed with problem-based lessons, student collaboration, and spaced practice. The belief is that students learn better when they can discuss ideas with classmates, solve problems from the real world, and spend time learning and re-engaging concepts months or even years later. Courses of Core Connections, typically cover material from middle school math Course 1 matches 6th grade standards, Course 2 matches 7th grade standards, and Course 3 matches 8th grade standards. Click here to find the full Core Connections Program Description. In , St. The D Mathematics website provides more information about specific curriculum maps for each grade level and math course, as well as a short video that highlights some of the features of the D math.
Core Connections Algebra 2 is the third course in a five-year sequence of rigorous college preparatory mathematics courses that starts with Algebra I and continues through Calculus. It aims to apply and extend what students have learned in previous courses by focusing on finding connections between multiple representations of functions, transformations of different function families, finding zeros of polynomials and connecting them to graphs and equations of polynomials, modeling periodic phenomena with trigonometry, and understanding the role of randomness and the normal distribution in making statistical conclusions. Read More On a daily basis, students in Core Connections Algebra 2 use problem-solving strategies, questioning, investigating, analyzing critically, gathering and constructing evidence, and communicating rigorous arguments justifying their thinking. Under teacher guidance, students learn in collaboration with others while sharing information, expertise, and ideas. The course is well balanced between procedural fluency algorithms and basic skills , deep conceptual understanding, strategic competence problem solving , and adaptive reasoning extension and transference. The Core Connections courses are built on rich, meaningful problems and investigations that develop conceptual understanding of the mathematics and establish connections among different concepts.