Capstone Experience Paper, Mathematics

Subject or discipline: Mathematics
Title: Capstone Experience Paper
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Paper format: MLA
# of pages: 6
Spacing: Double spaced
# of words: 1650
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Paper details:

Capstone Experience Organizational Criteria Length: The double-spaced paper should not exceed 10 pages, including the Reference Page. Overall format: • Compose the Capstone Experience Project in a Word / Pages document. • Leave a one-inch margin at the top, bottom, left, and right. • Use 12-point Arial font. • In the Capstone Paper, use letter size format (8.5-by-11-inch) in portrait mode. • Headings and sub-headings: Organize your Capstone Paper with headings and subheadings. • Reference Page 2 of 15 Grade 10 Mathematics Standard Content Criteria Project Capstone Paper Compose a reflection in approximately 1500 words that explains how your perspective as a Grade 10 student has been impacted by the process of meeting the expectations of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and how the artifacts have contributed to your growth as a more informed, reflective, and responsive student. Elements of the paper: Your own reflection and integration of concepts should be reflected in the Capstone Paper. The following questions are guides for possible discussion in the paper 1. Discuss how your knowledge and skills have grown or developed during the School Year 2015 – 2016. 2. Explain how an understanding of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics enhanced your academic performance. 3. Revisit your Individual Student Profile, explain how your mastery learning goals or thinking about mathematics have changed. 4. Summarize your experience as a Grade 10 graduate in mathematics to improve student achievement.

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