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 give a brief description of EQUITY one of the six principles principles and standards high expectations for all students give a brief description of CURRICULUM one of the six principles principles and standards building instruction around the big idea. math is an integrated whole not bits and pieces. give a brief description of TEACHING one of the six principles principles and standards understand how children learn mathematics select strategies to enhance learning understand the mathematics you teach give a brief description of LEARNING one of the six principles principles and standards learn mathematics with understanding and make mathematical conjectures and test them give a brief description of ASSESSMENT one of the six principles principles and standards ongoing observation and student interaction which encourages students to articulate and clarify their ideas give a brief description of Technology one of the six principles principles and standards enhance learning of mathematics by allowing for increased exploration and enhanced representation of ideas what are the five content standards? 1)number and operation 2)algebra 3)geometry 4)measurement 5)data analysis and probability what are the five process standards problem solving reasoning and proof communication connections representation describe two results derived from NAEP Current mathematics reform produces students who don't know “good old basic mathematics.” The N.C.L.B expect all students will be above level by 2014. NAEP suggest that goal is unattainable. describe two results from TIMMS data *curriculum is unfocused *and involves much more repetition *U.S. Focus is on having students follow direction and set rules.