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>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)
lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core>over complicating simple things>being misleading and sneaking in your politics>wondering why american education is shit
Common Core also has data mining Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.
If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math: 100- 50———  50For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33. 61-28—— 33Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30. 28+2=30. In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60. 30+10=40 40+10=50 50+10=60.After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.60+1=61Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.  2 10 10 10+ 1——33The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever. After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.Common core, making things simpler and easier!—————-Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.
Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.
But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.
The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 
also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)

lonerepublican:

southernstylearistotelian:

delores-del-ruby:

southernstylearistotelian:

conservative-new-mexican:

heritage-and-tradition:

logicd:

dicksmcghee:

logicd:

>common core
>over complicating simple things
>being misleading and sneaking in your politics
>wondering why american education is shit

Common Core also has data mining

Schools have already added Iris scanners for students to use, and also tracking ID cards students have to keep on them. As well as knowing what your religion is, what political views you have, are you gay and other very personal irrelevant information and other intrusive questions. It also inserts political views and ideologies into test and assignment questions and word problems. Global warming, presidential executives orders, rewording and changing the meaning to things like amendments in the constitution. It leaves the bureaucrats in Washington and the federal government in total control to dictate how what gets taught in schools on an unproven experimental program that comes with a hefty price tag for its uniform standard cookie cutter one size fits all approach to education, killing teacher flexibility and specialized education for individual students. Because common core is for primary school, once you enter high school, the learning curve will be steeper than it ever was before when you have to forgot common core, and do things the old way that is still used in high school, that you would have learned in primary school to begin with before common cores creation.

Initially common core was touted as being this super effective form of teaching that proved highly successful over seas, but they had to recant those claims when people here began to review it and research the claims. Then the federal government said they would not give federal funding to states that did not accept common core, forcing them to accept it if they wanted funding.

If you do not know why one of the pics is considered bad, let me know and I will explain.

I still have no clue as to what the fuck I’m looking at in regards to picture three. 

Normal way of doing math:

 100
- 50
———
  50

For whatever reason it was deemed to hard to do. So they came up with a new method. You use 5 and 10 to help you get the answers.

For the first equation, you would normally just subtract 28 from 61 and get your answer of 33.

 61
-28
——
 33

Under the new method you would add a number to the 28 that will make it an even number divisible by 10, in this case its 30.

28+2=30.

In the first box you would put 2. From 30, you keep adding 10 until you get as close as you can to the goal number, in this case its 61, but make sure its still divisible by 10, so the number you stop at is 60.

30+10=40 
40+10=50 
50+10=60.

After the box where you put the number 2, you would put 10, then 10 again, then once more.

The last box is the number you use to get from 60 to 61, in this case its 1.

60+1=61

Now you take the numbers you put in the boxes. 2, 10, 10, 10, 1 and add them up.

  2
 10
 10
 10
+ 1
——
33

The answer to 28+?=61 is 33. Though, I think you would write it out as 2+10+10+10+1 instead or 2+30+1 but yeah whatever.

After you get the answer 33, you  put that in the last box, then in the blank box in the equation.

Common core, making things simpler and easier!

—————-

Tbh, I am not sure if I did the first equation correctly according to common core. I do not understand why 33 would need to be put in the last box and in the equation box, seems like I skipped a step, idk. This new system is fucking dumb and unnecessary. At higher numbers like 14470-653 you would do the same thing, but with 50, and 100, or 1000 and 500 depending on how big the numbers. The theory is I guess, that for kids, working with 5 and 10 is easier than carrying the 1 or whatever in the old way.

Also, if the answer the kid got is wrong, under this system, the kid can get partial credit, 80% I think, as long as they show their work and how they got the wrong answer. If this is indeed the case, I am assuming a kid can get them all wrong and still pass with a 80% B simply because he showed why he was wrong. And like the old system (left as teachers discretion I think, at least in my school days) NOT showing your work, even if its right, will be marked as wrong.

But like I said, not too sure. Dont quote me.

The 3rd pic is what the 2nd pic is, but with boxes and monsters for younger kids. You do both the same way though with the 5’s and tens’ and with numbers divisible by them, like 100 or 500 or a 5000 if dealing with larger numbers.

Yes, definitely homeschooling.

Public school, educating the general public with as little political and ideological from the left as possible, obviously

Utter insanity combined with blatant indoctrination.

2+2=5?

President O’Brien.

"Making a ten" is the most frustrating thing in the whole world, especially to the kids. 

also, the kids i nanny are required to do online math problems, and they are timed, so the kids have frequent crying fits while trying to do it because they can’t do it fast enough. If there is one way to get kids to hate math and hate learning in general, it’s this. (they’re in 1st and 3rd grade btw)

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