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AMME and Math Standards

The Principals and Standards for School Mathematics assembled by the NCTM in 2000 are comprised of five Content Standards and five Process Standards. Wisconsin's Model of Academic Standards adopted in 1998 are very closely aligned with the NCTM's national math standards.

The following chart displays how the NCTM National Math Standards and Wisconsin's Model of Academic Standards are aligned.

NCTM's Principals and Standards

Number and Operations
Data Analysis/Probability

Problem Solving
Reasoning and Proof
Wisconsin's Math Standards

B. Number Operations and Relationships
F. Algebraic Relationships
C. Geometry
D. Measurement
E. Statistics and Probability

A.12.5 Explains solutions to problems...
A.12.1 Use reasoning to...
A.12.2 Communicate...
A.12.3 Connect...
A.12.4 Use appropriate math vocabulary...

Why Wisconsin Standards?
See the Wisconsin Math Standards along with its benchmarks

See how AMME's handouts and labs are
matched with the Wisconsin Standards for:

Course 1
• Course 2 -- including Unit 21

This material is excellent. I teach students with Learning Disabilities and because you have provided a lot of hands on labs and easy step by step instructions my students have been successful. I think this material would be an excellent market for students with Disabilities. Just something to think about.

Mark Heck
Ashwaubenon High School
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