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Preparation for Success in Algebra: Exploring Math Educa…
The Exploring Math Education Relationships by Analyzing Large Data Sets (EMERALDS) study was one of the largest longitudinal assessment…
Critical research supporting the Common Core.
The Exploring Math Education Relationships by Analyzing Large Data Sets (EMERALDS) study was one of the largest longitudinal assessment…
To help principals and school leadership teams see how social and emotional learning can enhance academic performance, and how to weave…
This document outlines the research and existing criteria that have influenced Student Achievement Partners’ approach to supporti…
Content-specific feedback is a critical part of a teacher’s professional development. The highest-impact feedback and professiona…
This guest post by Jason Zimba on the Fordham Instititute website, edexcellence.net, offers examples of how parents can help students w…
This interview with Jason Zimba appeared in edsource.org.
As stated in this article published in the New England Journal of Public Policy, "As one of the lead writers of the Common Core State S…
This article appeared in the Notices of the American Mathematical Society .
As stated in this piece, "This is one person’s view of how the Common Core Standards on fractions in grades 3-7 may be taught. &n…
In this piece, one of the lead writers of the CCSSM explains how the standards are developmentally appropriate. He debunks popular myth…
This document shows how the concept of focus in mathematics was built into the CCSSM. It shows different ways one can look at the stand…
This fact sheet contains key information about the development and design of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. It is bas…
This seven-unit module from Illustrative Mathematics presents the key ideas of the domain, Number and Operations &ndash…
This detailed graphic was created by CCSSM lead writer Jason Zimba and shows the connections among mathematics standards within and acr…
This essay by CCSSM lead writers Phil Daro, William McCallum, and Jason Zimba describes the importance of the structure of the standard…
In this blog post, CCSS lead writer Jason Zimba discusses how the ideas of “times as much” fit in with other important doma…
As stated in this publication, "The Standards for Mathematical Practice describe varieties of expertise that mathematics educators at a…
As stated in this publication, "Three core shifts in literacy and math, deeply grounded in the Standards themselves, offer a way to foc…
This research study concludes that improved performance on international mathematics assessments requires building a strong mathematics…
In this article from American Educator, Berkeley mathematics professor Hung-Hsi Wu explores deficits in existing mathematics textbooks …
Using concrete examples from Liping Ma's famous book, mathematician Richard Askey explores in this article from American Educator …
This press release describes research by education professor Bill Schmidt that provides evidence for the claim that successful implemen…
These documents provide criteria for selecting, developing, or revising curricular materials, textbooks, and other resources at two dif…
This piece explains and offers clear examples and non-examples of assessing conceptual understanding, using a 2nd grade math …
In this piece, Jason Zimba, a CCSS lead writer, uses specific standards as examples to explain the ways in which the CCSS and othe…
CCSSM lead writer Jason Zimba describes the connections between key mathematical content from lower grades and how it connects to high …
Research on how applicable and important the CCSS are to entry-level college courses and entering the workforce.
This dicussion forum on the Mathematical Musings blog includes rich discussions of the mathematical content in CCR standards and i…
The Common Core State Standards in mathematics were built on progressions: narrative documents describing the progression of a topic ac…
In this article, mathematician Roger Howe explains coherence and conceptual mathematics in the CCSS using the example of first grade ma…