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The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K-14 Curriculum

Proceedings of a National Symposium (Compass Series)

by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences Education Board

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by National Academies Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teaching of a specific subject,
  • Mathematics,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Algebra - General,
  • Elementary,
  • Secondary,
  • Algebra,
  • Congresses,
  • Study and teaching,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10357883M
    ISBN 100309061474
    ISBN 109780309061476

    Give a computer a problem from an old algebra book, and it will give you a correct solution. But that's all the computer can do. In The nature and role of algebra in the K–14 curriculum: Explorations for the Upper Elementary Grades. 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Inc. The Algebra Initiative Colloquium: Papers presented at a conference on reform in algebra, December 9–12, Washington: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement. National Research Council (), The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K–14 Curriculum: Proceedings of a National Symposium, May 27 and

    Transforming algebra from an engine of inequity to an engine of mathematical power by “algebrafying” the K curriculum. In The nature and role of algebra in the K curriculum (Proceedings of a National Symposium, , organized by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the Mathematical Sciences Education Board, and the. The nature and role of algebra in the K curriculum: proceedings of a national symposium May 27 / sponsored by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences Education Board, Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education, National Research Council.

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As an initial step in moving from national-level dialogue and speculations to concerted local and state level work on the role of algebra in the curriculum, the MSEB and the NCTM co-sponsored a national symposium, "The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K Curriculum," on May 27at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C.

As an initial step in moving from national-level dialogue and speculations to concerted local and state level work on the role of algebra in the curriculum, the MSEB and the NCTM co-sponsored a national symposium, "The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K Curriculum," on May 27at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, : Paperback.

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Kaput, J. Transforming algebra from an engine of inequity to an engine of mathematical power by “algebrafying” the K curriculum. In S. Fennel (Ed.), The nature and role of algebra in the K curriculum (pp.

25–26). Washington, DC: National Academy by: 8. Read the booklet, The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K Curriculum: Proceedings of a National Symposium, from a conference held by the Mathematical Sciences Education Board and the Author: Kathleen Kennedy Manzo.

Abstract. The authors present a new view of the relationship between learning fractions and learning algebra that (1) emphasizes the conceptual continuities between whole-number arithmetic and fractions; and (2) shows how the fundamental properties of operations and equality that form the foundations of algebra are used naturally by children in their strategies for Cited by: The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K Curriculum.

Proceedings of a National Symposium (R. Billstein); (18) "Teaching Algebra: Lessons Learned by a Curriculum Developer" (D. Resek); and (19) "The Nature and Role of Algebra: Language and Representation" (D. Hughes Hallett). This book is a collection of thought-provoking essays that.

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Confrey, J. (, September). What do we know about K students’ learning of algebra. In The nature and role of Algebra in the K curriculum: Proceedings of a national symposium (pp. National Academies Press. Moses, R., & Cobb, C. Radical equations: Civil rights from Mississippi to the Algebra Project.

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Washington, DC: National Academy Press. xiv + pp. ISBN No charge. Transforming algebra from an engine of inequity to an engine of mathematical power by "algebrafing" the K curriculum. In S. Fennel (Ed.), The nature and role of algebra in the K curriculum: Proceedings of a national symposium (pp.

).Cited by: 3. Curriculum Focal Points for Prekindergarten Through Grade 8 Mathematics: A Quest for Coherence The Nature and Role of Algebra in the K Curriculum - Proceedings of a National Symposium.

A search query can be a title of the book, a name of .This issue of Mathematics Education Dialogues focuses on the nature and the role of algebra in the K curriculum. Articles on this theme include: (1) "Algebra For All? Why?" (Nel Noddings); (2) "Algebra For All: It's a Matter of Equity, Expectations, and Effectiveness" (Dorothy S.

Strong and Nell B. Cobb); (3) "Don't Delay: Build and Talk. The word "Algebrafying" was used by Jim Kaput in in a talk titled "Transforming algebra from an engine of inequity to an engine of mathematical power by “algebrafying” the K–12 curriculum" given at a National Research Council conference on "The nature and role of algebra in the K–14 curriculum.".