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Transitioning from Traditional Mathematics to Integrated Mathematics

Transitioning from Traditional Mathematics to Integrated Mathematics

Transitioning from Traditional Mathematics to Integrated Mathematics

Misty Sweat
Misty Sweat
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Launch date: 13 May 2016
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Last updated: 17 Nov 2020

Reference: 162672

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Mario Ramon (17 Nov 2020)
Traditional curriculum starts from algebra 1, Geometry, then Algebra 2. In Integrated Math, the concepts are embedded in each math class with varying degree of difficulty.
Erin Hunt (24 Jul 2020)
Transitioning all of the resources and materials seems intense. Thanks for explaining.
Mr Dan Parker (8 Mar 2017)
Seemed to be an excellent review of integrated mathematics. As a non-math person the explanation of the difference between integrated and traditional answered a lot of questions for me.

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Description

This session provides information need to transition to integrated math.

Objectives

The educator will learn the difference between traditional and integrated math.
The educator will learn the difference between traditional and integrated math.
The educator will learn the pros and cons of integration.
The educator will learn the pros and cons of transitioning to integrated math.
The educator will learn the steps necessary to transition to integrated math.
The educator will learn the steps necessary to transition to integrated math.
Misty Sweat

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Misty Sweat
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Misty Sweat is a highly qualified math instructor the Tennessee Online Public School. She helped led the transition to integrated math at her school/district..

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
  • 1.00 Points -
    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (3)

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Mario Ramon (17 Nov 2020)
Traditional curriculum starts from algebra 1, Geometry, then Algebra 2. In Integrated Math, the concepts are embedded in each math class with varying degree of difficulty.
Erin Hunt (24 Jul 2020)
Transitioning all of the resources and materials seems intense. Thanks for explaining.
Mr Dan Parker (8 Mar 2017)
Seemed to be an excellent review of integrated mathematics. As a non-math person the explanation of the difference between integrated and traditional answered a lot of questions for me.

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