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  • Julie Gonzales

    Member
    July 27, 2022 at 6:24 pm

    Crazy to hear this but my district NEVER had an elementary curriculum that was consistently taught in all 4 elementary schools until last year. Teachers could teach whatever they wanted as long as students were taught the standards. The secondary schools taught from whatever book was their choice. One of the reasons I came out of retirement to be the math specialist/coach for K – 12 teachers was because of this idea of consistency across all schools! I tried to push for this a long time ago and was met with resistance! Now we have problem solving based curriculums at all levels and I couldn’t be happier about it. I am in this class to learn better ways to present those problems to students. And this class has given me just that. Thanks!