Mathematics at Work™ is a formative process theory of action that provides sustainable student success in mathematics. For your mathematics curriculum to be successful, it should be built upon a foundation of teacher knowledge about mathematics relevance and meaning, rigor, and coherence.
Based on the four critical questions and three big ideas of PLC at Work™, Mathematics at Work™ helps teachers and students to adjust current practice based on student performance. This practice helps to meet the new demands for rigor, and coherence in every school.
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