Developing Strategic Competence through Modeling Math Ideas
Click below to learn more about Dr. Suh’s research on the Math Modeling Project
http://completemath.onmason.com/mathmodeling/
http://mathhappenings.onmason.com/
Our IMMERSION Year 2 groups are off implementing Math Modeling Tasks in Elementary Grades!
Posing a Problem
Evaluating and Revising the Model
Math Modeling Talking Points

Food for Thought
Dream Classroom Planning a Party Touring the City Traffic Jam Conserving Energy 
Thinking through a math modeling task
Math Modeling Lesson template
Posing a ProblemMaking AssumptionsDo the MathBuilding a ModelEvaluating and Revising the Model 
Lesson Links


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jak7_E8BAww
Developing Strategic Competence through Modeling Mathematical Ideas include the application of mathematics for 1) problem solving; 2) problem posing; 3) mathematical modeling; 4) the flexible use of representational models, tools, technology and manipulatives to solve problems and communicate mathematical understanding; and 5) the deep understanding of conceptual models critical to understanding a specific mathematics topic.
Learn more in our book http://modelmath.onmason.com/
Mathematics Modeling is a process that starts with a real world phenomenon that is posed as a mathematical problem by making assumptions and constraints. This is a process that requires the modeler to consider variables that can be used to build a model. Typically, mathematical modeling requires one to use mathematics to describe the phenomenon, or rank, predict, optimize to make decisions.
Some great MEA resources
http://mathematicalmodeling.wixsite.com/mysite
http://wordpress.unlvcoe.net/wordpress/?p=13