Math Practices

**What You'll Learn**

In this stack you will learn how to select and use instructional materials that support the mathematical practices, create tasks that require students to use mathematical practices, and assess student learning in a way that reflects the mathematical practices.

**Who Should Apply**

- K-12 educators of mathematics

8

micro-

credentials

micro-

credentials

15

Approximate hours each

Approximate hours each

**Description**

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) eight Standards for Mathematical Practice describe “ways in which developing student practitioners of the discipline of mathematics increasingly ought to engage with the subject matter as they grow in mathematical maturity and expertise through the elementary, middle and high school years.” (CCSS) This stack will explore each of the eight Standards of Mathematical Practice and how teachers apply these practices to the mathematical content they are teaching. Each micro-credential will focus on how educators can use these practices to create a more rigorous and engaging mathematics classroom.

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Math Practices: 1 Make Sense of Mathematical Problems and Persevere in Solving ThemEducators will engage with and support students so that they can make sense of mathematical problems and persevere in solving them. Types of Evidence RequiredEducators will analyze students’ tasks, and proficiency levels to explain mathematical practice standard 1, Make Sense of Problems and Persevering to Solve Them, to stakeholders. | Start | |

Math Practices: 2 Reason Abstractly and Quantitatively in MathematicsEducators will engage and support students as they learn to reason abstractly and quantitatively. Types of Evidence RequiredEducator will analyze a student task, the student proficiency levels of the students and explain Mathematical Practices Standard 2, Reason Abstractly and Quantitatively in Mathematics, to stakeholders. | Start | |

Math Practices: 3 Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of OthersEducators will engage and support students to construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. Types of Evidence RequiredEducators will analyze a student task, and the proficiency levels of the students, and explain Mathematical Practice Standard 3, Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others, to stakeholders. | Start | |

Math Practices: 4 Model with MathematicsEducators will engage and support students to model with mathematics. Types of Evidence RequiredEducators will analyze a student task and student proficiency levels to explain Mathematical Practice Standard 4, Model with Mathematics, to stakeholders. | Start | |

Mathematics: 5 Using Appropriate Mathematical Tools StrategicallyEducators will engage and support students to use appropriate tools strategically. Types of Evidence RequiredEducators will analyze student tasks and proficiency levels of the students to explain Mathematical Practices Standard 5, Use Appropriate Mathematical Tools Strategically, to stakeholders. | Start | |

Math Practices: 6 Attend to Precision in MathematicsEducators will engage and support students to attend to precision. Types of Evidence RequiredEducator will analyze a student task, and the student proficiency levels of the students and explain Mathematical Practices Standard 6, Attend to Precision in Mathematics, to stakeholders. | Start | |

Math Practices: 7 Look for and Make Use of Mathematical StructureEducators will engage students and help them to look for and make use of structure. Types of Evidence RequiredEducator will analyze a student task, the student proficiency levels of the students and explain mathematical practices standard 7, Look for and Make Use of Mathematical Structure, to stakeholders. | Start | |

Math Practices: 8 Look for and Express Regularity in Repeated ReasoningEducators will teach students to look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. Types of Evidence RequiredEducators will analyze a student task and proficiency levels to explain Mathematical Practices Standard 8, Look for and Express Regularity in Repeated Reasoning, to stakeholders. | Start |