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Introduction and Implementation Strategies for the Interactive Mathematics Program: A Guide for Teacher-Leaders and Administrators


Section III: Implementing the Interactive Mathematics Program

Transforming the curriculum and pedagogy of the mathematics classroom is no small task. It requires philosophical and financial support from administrators, hard work from teachers, and the understanding and backing of parents. Schools that have implemented IMP report that the greatest success comes when the whole school community is informed about the need for change and about the way the mathematics curriculum will be transformed to meet that need. There must be a willingness on the part of the community to be reflective and open to change.

Over the years, in many schools and in diverse communities, the Interactive Mathematics Program has learned a great deal about ways to put these components together. The structure of regional centers provides a support system to assist districts in making change.


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