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Understanding Mathematical Connections

Written By: Deborah Armitage, M.Ed., Exemplars Math Consultant

What is a mathematical connection? Why are mathematical connections important? Why are they considered part of the Exemplars rubric criteria? And how can I encourage my students to become more independent in making mathematical connections?

The four-part blog series below explores mathematical connections and offers guidelines, strategies, and suggestions for helping teachers elicit this type of thinking from their students. We find many students enjoy making connections once they learn how to reflect and question effectively. As part of this series, student work will be examined at Grades 1, 3 and 5.

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