Use reasoning to explore and make connections.
Communicate mathematical thinking in many ways and Connect mathematical concepts to each other and to other areas and personal interests.
For example, how do offspring compare to their parents? Why are life cycles important? How are the life cycles of local plants and animals similar and different?
Interconnectedness means that all things are related to and interact with each other in the environment.
How does local First Peoples knowledge of living things demonstrate interconnectedness? Incorporate First Peoples worldviews and perspectives to make connections to mathematical concepts.
Learn how the different features of plants and animals help them meet their basic needs.
How do local plants and animals depend on their environment?
How do plants and animals adapt when their basic needs are not being met?
What is biodiversity?
Why is biodiversity important in an ecosystem?
Use technology to explore mathematics, develop mental math strategies and model mathematics in contextualized experiences.
Use mathematical vocabulary and language to contribute to mathematical discussions
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Learn from a reviewed and revised K-12 curriculum and pedagogy to ensure research on how students learn and implement cross curricular integration. The latter utilizes utilizing the Engineering Design Process that has already measurably shown program simplification and streamlining that has enhanced learning to this group (K-12).
Mistakes are utilized as a learning opportunity and creativity and curiosity growth.
In synergy with academic experts (teachers) we ensure that periodic academic assessments of educational outcomes for all programs take place.
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