**Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education (GAIMME)** enables the modeling process to be understood and taught as a basic tool for problem solving and logical thinking.

Contents:

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

Includes: Example problems and solutions; levels of sophistication; discussion of teacher implementation; suggestions for assessment.

If you’re viewing online, you should use the first version (full color/ink saturation). If you’re printing the handbook, we recommend using the second version (mostly black and white/less ink saturation).

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- Rubric Printout (color)
- PowerPoint Template (color)

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**Using any parts of this handbook and need to cite it? How to cite:**

*GAIMME: Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Mathematical Modeling Education, Second Edition, Sol Garfunkel and Michelle Montgomery, editors, COMAP and SIAM, Philadelphia, 2019.*

Video Series

## How can teachers bring math modeling to their classrooms?

We featured a workshop helping K-12 teachers answer that important question. This video series (videos run 7 to 9 minutes each) highlights the workshop and will be a valuable resource as you work to make the math in YOUR classroom more applied.