In SAU 70 mathematics classrooms, all children, at developmentally appropriate levels, are learning:
- to value mathematics,
- to see connections within mathematics,
- to see connections between mathematics and other areas,
- to be confident in their ability to do mathematics,
- to become mathematical problem solvers,
- to communicate mathematically, and
- to reason mathematically.
This is accomplished and assessed in classrooms where:
- inquiry is valued,
- discourse and discussion of mathematical ideas are part of the teaching and learning process,
- tools—including manipulatives, calculators, and computers—are used appropriately to support the understanding of mathematical ideas, and
- communities of learners of mathematics are created.
Students K-12 develop skills in and conceptual understanding of:
- numbers and operations,
- data analysis and probability,
- patterns and algebra,
- geometry and spatial sense,
- and measurement.
At Hanover High School, the Math Department offers 20 courses.
Click here to access our Math Department Flowchart, which illustrates where our courses can lead.
Click here to visit the Program of Studies, which describes our courses in greater detail.
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