Graduate Project Title
The Development and Design of Activities to Support Performance Based and Integrated Math Instruction for Fifth Grade Students
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Susan M. Madley
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Jack L. McPherson
The purpose of the project was to develop and design activities and materials to support performance based integrated mathematics instruction for fifth grade students in the concept areas of place value, decimals, percents, and fractions. The activities and materials were prepared in conjunction with other disciplines, namely reading, writing, art, science, and social studies. The intent was to make mathematics relevant to real life with stress on student performance as an indicator of knowledge, understanding, and application. The activities make use of performance based, integrated, and real life situations, and the materials include technology, field trips, gaming, manipulatives, recording sheets, and portfolios. The activities and materials are presented in the form of a handbook.
Coghill, Lelia L., "The Development and Design of Activities to Support Performance Based and Integrated Math Instruction for Fifth Grade Students" (1996). All Graduate Projects. 470.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Elementary Education Commons, Science and Mathematics Education Commons
Due to the presence of copyrighted materials, the curriculum handbook is not included in this download. It can be viewed by contacting the Central Washington University Library Archives and Special Collections.