CPR for the Common Core: Using the Comprehensive Mathematics Instruction (CMI) Framework to Unpack Standards Across a Learning Cycle

CPR for the Common Core: Using the Comprehensive Mathematics Instruction (CMI) Framework to Unpack Standards Across a Learning Cycle

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In April of 2018, Scott Hendrickson and Sterling Hilton, a professor in Educational Leadership and Foundations presented their findings, CPR for the Common Core: Using the Comprehensive Mathematics (CMI) Framework to Unpack Standards Across a Learning Cycle of Instruction, at the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Meeting. Scott Hendrickson is a Teaching Professor who has been at BYU since 2005. The Comprehensive Mathematics Instruction (CMI) Framework developed by the Brigham Young University Public School Partnership informs teachers on how to align Common Core State Standards along a progression from emerging ideas, strategies and representations towards more robust conceptual, procedural and representational understanding. In this presentation, participants used the CMI Framework to deepen their understanding of a subset of high school standards by selecting, sequencing and connecting these standards across…
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