In order to support all students in acquiring mathematical knowledge, skill, and confidence to become active mathematics learners who can reason about and represent mathematical ideas and relationships, we use Investigations Math and Connected Math. These programs are inquiry-based and often problem-centered (utilizing a real-world problem as the context for the math topic). While including a focus on the basics, these programs also ask that children develop ¬†understanding, flexibility, fluency (both in articulation of ideas and in calculation) and the ability to reason mathematically – skills that are in high demand in today’s high-tech and ever-changing world.

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