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    • Mathematics Curriculum Renewal 2007 Planning for outcome-based curriculum Adapted from Saskatchewan Learning
    • From objectives to outcomes
      • Objectives: Describe more what the teacher will do.
      • Outcomes: Describe what students will know, understand, and be able to do.
    • From activities to indicators
      • Activities: Activities are learning opportunities and experiences including teaching strategies and resources.
      • Indicators: Indicators are statements of what students should be able to do to demonstrate an understanding of the outcome.
      • Communication (C)
      • Connections (CN)
      • Mental Mathematics and Estimation (ME)
      • Problem Solving (PS)
      • Reasoning (R)
      • The appropriate use technology (T)
      • Visualization (V)
      Implications for Mathematics The indicators must reflect the mathematical processes:
      • There will no longer be a separate strand for problem solving.
      • Problem solving will be embedded through the outcomes.
      • It is expected that the outcomes will be attained through an inquiry approach which means teaching mathematics through problem solving.
      Implications for Saskatchewan
    • Planning for Outcome-Based Curriculum What is the student going to know, understand, and be able to do?