Resources for Progressions K-10

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    kgartland
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    I’m going to be teaching a mathematics education graduate course this summer that will include participants who teach grades K-12. I’m interested in knowing if there are any resources that have already been created which demonstrate the progression of an operation or of our number system from K-10.
    For example, do you know of any documents that look at addition from kindergarten through algebra? or…the progression of number from whole numbers to percent, etc.
    I have already looked at and will include the progressions documents and a look at the relationship amongst the standards but I’m looking for articles, activities, visuals, etc.
    Any ideas?
    Thanks in advance.
    Karen Gartland

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    Bill McCallum
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    I don’t think this is exactly what you are looking for, but the SAP Coherence Map might be useful in tracing these progressions.

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    kgartland
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    I have reviewed this map extensively and it is a start. Perhaps putting my students in the driver’s seat to see the connections is the right route to go.

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