Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education (GAIMME)

Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education (GAIMME), a freely downloadable report, enables the modeling process to be understood as part of STEM studies and research, and taught as a basic tool for problem solving and logical thinking. GAIMME helps define core competencies to include in student experiences, and provides direction to enhance mathematical modeling education at all levels. View, download, or print the GAIMME report in color or black and white below.

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Writing Team

Karen Bliss
Kathleen Fowler
Ben Galluzzo
Sol Garfunkel
Frank Giordano
Landy Godbold
Heather Gould
Rachel Levy
Jessica Libertini
Mike Long
Joe Malkevitch
Michelle Montgomery
Henry Pollak
Dan Teague
Henk van der Kooij
Rose Zbiek

with suggestions from many reviewers

Contents

  • What is Mathematical Modeling?
  • Early Grades (K–8)
  • High School (9–12)
  • Undergraduate
  • Resources

Key Components

  • Example problems and solutions
  • Levels of sophistication
  • Discussion of teacher implementation
  • Suggestions for assessment

Funded By

Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) and SIAM with cooperation of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and support from MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge.

How to Cite

GAIMME: Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education, Sol Garfunkel and Michelle Montgomery, editors, COMAP and SIAM, Philadelphia, 2016. View the entire report, available freely online, at https://siam.org/Publications/Reports/Detail/Guidelines-for-Assessment-and-Instruction-in-Mathematical-Modeling-Education

Questions? Contact us

Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education (GAIMME)

Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education (GAIMME)

Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education (GAIMME), a freely downloadable report, enables the modeling process to be understood as part of STEM studies and research, and taught as a basic tool for problem solving and logical thinking. GAIMME helps define core competencies to include in student experiences, and provides direction to enhance mathematical modeling education at all levels. View, download, or print the GAIMME report in color or black and white below.

Download Report Order Print Copy

Download Black & White Rubric Printout PowerPoint Template

Writing Team

Karen Bliss
Kathleen Fowler
Ben Galluzzo
Sol Garfunkel
Frank Giordano
Landy Godbold
Heather Gould
Rachel Levy
Jessica Libertini
Mike Long
Joe Malkevitch
Michelle Montgomery
Henry Pollak
Dan Teague
Henk van der Kooij
Rose Zbiek

with suggestions from many reviewers

Contents

  • What is Mathematical Modeling?
  • Early Grades (K–8)
  • High School (9–12)
  • Undergraduate
  • Resources

Key Components

  • Example problems and solutions
  • Levels of sophistication
  • Discussion of teacher implementation
  • Suggestions for assessment

Funded By

Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP) and SIAM with cooperation of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and support from MathWorks Math Modeling Challenge.

How to Cite

GAIMME: Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education, Sol Garfunkel and Michelle Montgomery, editors, COMAP and SIAM, Philadelphia, 2016. View the entire report, available freely online, at https://siam.org/Publications/Reports/Detail/Guidelines-for-Assessment-and-Instruction-in-Mathematical-Modeling-Education

Questions? Contact us

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