How one NYC high school uses common core in geometry

02/18/2014 | Chalkbeat

High-school students attending public schools in New York City will participate for the first time this year in assessments aligned with the Common Core State Standards. This article shines a light on how the new standards are shaping geometry instruction at one high school. In a recent lesson, students learned about geometry using a blend of traditional and digital tools. Collaboration also played a key role in the lesson.

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