Students demonstrate innovation by:
  • Comparing different ways of approaching traditional mathematical problems and finding innovative solutions, using practical examples where appropriate.
  • Listening to and evaluating others’ reasoning and offer improvements and corrections, with supporting arguments. They listen to others’ feedback and modify their own arguments as needed. They learn from mistakes, and make repeated attempts at solving problems.

Process knowledge badges are awarded to students by their teacher to validate their positive behaviors and practices that lead to mathematical success.