2nd Grader Response to Common Core Math Question: ‘Got Answer by Talking In My Brain & Agreed With My Brain’

Common Core is designed for children to no longer rely on anything other their own reasoning about how they answer a math question, and then being capable of competently explaining how they arrived at their answer. A San Jose, California second-grader competently explains that the answer came from talking in his brain and he agreed with the answer his brain got!

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Read the entire story here.

With Common Core math, knowing that 3 x 4 is 12 is not the important issue. If a child believes that 3 x 4 is 11, and can explain how he/she came to that conclusion, then that child will get along well with Common Core. 

Maybe your doctor can think about and “feel” the correct dosage for your meds, rather than clearly evaluating all the factors.

Do you wonder how your state got involved with Common Core? How could they? Would you be surprised to know that there only a few key players, each a part of a tight band of socialists and globalist that never give up, and that Common Core has been in the works for decades? Read some facts here.

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  • Out of the mouths of babes…

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  • Fixall

    The math tables are proven for many many years, so why make it more difficult? Good for this little girl. She has more sense than the originators of Common Sore, whoops Core.

  • ManWithThe1000PoundBrain

    “Do you wonder how your state got involved with Common Core? Would you be surprised to know that there only a few key players, each a part of a tight band of socialists and globalist that never give up…?”
    LOL!!! I guess I’m going to invest all of my money in tin foil because it looks like some people are really stocking up! How many layers of tin foil are required to protect your brain from being controlled by the “gubbmit” Maggie? LOL!!
    Oh, I’m sorry, this is just a spoof, right? Satire, like “The Onion,” right? LOL!