# Articles Tagged with “Mathematics”

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# Articles Tagged with “Mathematics”

## The Math Gap Between High School and College

## Addressing unfinished learning in the context of grade-level work

## Creating Student Empowerment Through Your Garden-Variety Graphic Organizer

## Emerging Effects from CCSS

## A Five-Course Meal Complete with Strategies for Assessment

## Designing Shifts-Aligned Interventions in the Math Classroom

## Four Best Practices for the Math Classroom

## Designing Effective Homework

## The Instructional Practice Toolkit: An Introduction

## Creating a Feedback Culture

## Unfinished Learning in Math: How Do You Address it?

## Supporting Excellence: Real Support for Teachers Starts With the District’s Curriculum

## Piloting the Instructional Practice Toolkit

## Setting S.M.A.R.T. Goals as an Educator

## State of Our Classrooms: Instructional Materials

## Building Teacher Confidence through Content-Infused PD

## Creating Professional Learning for Eureka Math

## Students JUMP at the Opportunity to Learn

## Designing content-infused, year-round professional learning in math

## Finding Our Way in Fluency – A School’s Journey to Strengthen Math Fluency Instruction

## Lessons Learned from a High School Mathematical Modeling Lesson

## Eureka Math – A View from Second Grade

## “We’re the best. Just trust us!”

## The Power of Strong Assessments — The Danger of Bad Ones

## A Third Grade Teacher’s Perspective on Eureka Math

## 8 Questions About High School Math and STEM

## A Case for High-Quality Instructional Materials

## Demonstrating Conceptual Understanding of Mathematics Using Technology

## STEM Integration in Algebra: A Bridge to Opportunity

## Five Places for Trusted Resource Recommendations

## Empowering Primary Math Teachers

## Forming a United Whole – The Coherence Map

## Lessons Learned after Teaching without a Textbook

## Math in Focus: The Search for an Aligned Math Program

## Navigating the Spiral in Mathematics Textbooks

## Using an EdReports Review to Improve My Math Curriculum

## Using Mini-Assessments in a Professional Learning Setting

## Pinterest: A Useful Tool for the Educator’s Toolbox

## Everyday Math Kindergarten Tips

## Strategies to Support Learners Who Are Below Grade Level

## Getting to Know Mini-Assessments

## Everyday Math: Small Routines Build Bigger Understanding

## Four APPS to Redefine your Math Class

## Putting Focus into Practice: The Case of Word Problems in Grades K–2

## Assessment Item Alignment Modules

## The Rectangle Area Formula—How Does Your Curriculum Introduce It?

## Adapting Journeys Common Core

## Lessons from the Fordham Assessment Review

## Supporting All Learners with Complex Texts

## Sitting Beside the Learner: The ‘Me’ in Assessments

## Digging Deeper into SMP 4 – Model with Mathematics

## Choosing Alignment over Familiarity

## Putting the Math Practices into Practice

## A Recommendation to Fellow Publishers

## Digging Deeper into SMP 3 – Construct Viable Arguments and Critique the Reasoning of Others

## Unlocking the Power of Aligned Materials

## Reason Abstractly and Quantitatively

## CCSS-Aligned Materials for ELL Students

## Criteria for Curricular Materials Labeled as Appropriate for ELLs

## Essential Knowledge for Adapting Math Instructional Materials

## Supplementing Your Anchor Math Curriculum with Rich Tasks

## Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching

## Creating a Conducive Environment for Teachers to Adapt Materials

## A More Powerful Teacher’s Guide

## Using Flashcards in Math

## Why We’re Choosing Instructional Materials Blindly

## Decision-Making that Matters: 10 Ways Teachers Can Impact Curricular Decisions

## Top Five Ways to Make the Most of Your Math Materials

## Training Materials for the Math IMET

## Creating Full-Course Open Educational Resources (OER)

## SMP 1: Make Sense of Problems & Persevere in Solving Them

## Outcomes of the Adaptation Process

## Creating a Coherent Math Curriculum

## The Standards for Mathematical Practice & Instructional Materials

## Call for Common Core-Aligned Units

## The EQuIP Review Process and Rubric

## K-12 OER Collaborative’s Request for Proposals

## Working Together to Create Open Educational Resources

## Collaborative Learning and Updating Materials

## Six Instructional Materials Articles You Should Be Reading

## IMET Evolution: Math

## What Needs to Change in Instructional Materials: Math

## An Introduction to the Adapting Materials Project

## Publishing Review Results

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Educators at the high school and college levels aren't talking to each other. Should they be?

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Not all unfinished learning should be treated the same way

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How I use graphic organizers in my classroom to promote student independence

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A high school math teacher shares examples of student progress following CCSS implementation

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Concrete strategies to help classroom educators get involved with assessment design

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Avoid common pitfalls when it comes to supporting students with unfinished math learning

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A math teacher shares lessons learned and alternative strategies he's discovered during his teaching career

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Best practices for creating homework that raises student achievement

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Learn how the Instructional Practice Toolkit can help teachers make connections between planning, instruction, and student outcomes.

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Using effective feedback to help students master their learning goals

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The role of coherence in ensuring all students stay on grade level

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A new framework for developing and implementing clear district-wide support for teaching and learning

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Two curriculum specialists who piloted the professional learning resource share their experience

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See how using this goal-setting structure can help you achieve content-focused goals during the school year

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Findings from a 2017 survey about instructional materials usage among educators

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Working with teachers to improve their understanding and use of curricular materials

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Approaching year three of implementation, a math interventionist describes how her district has supported teachers in using the curriculum

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Building confidence with JUMP Math’s guided discovery approach.

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A math specialist illustrates the importance of providing ongoing professional development centered on quality programming.

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A personal story of how educators built their knowledge of mathematics fluency from the ground up, and identified creative ways to help their students master fluency expectations

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A high school algebra teacher creates a lesson to engage her struggling students through real-world application

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An honest reflection on Eureka Math's strengths and challenges

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Finding unbiased information about instructional materials.

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Avoid sabotaging the Shifts with standardized testing

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What does Eureka look like in the classroom?

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A high school algebra teacher shares her thoughts on high school math myths and misconceptions

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Because we don’t want to confuse the math teachers…and other reasons we need high-quality instructional materials

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Using free recording software to capture students’ solution methods and help teachers reflect on their instruction

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Relating mathematical thought processes to those in 21st Century careers

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Amid the sea of free online materials and digital applications, here are five places we’d start our search.

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How one school moved from contention to ownership of their math curriculum

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A K-12 STEM District Supervisor Explains How He Used the Coherence Map to Improve His District's Math Curriculum

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A high school teacher explores the lessons learned after moving away from a textbook-based curriculum.

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One district’s implementation of a new elementary math program

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A classroom teacher and curriculum coordinator describe how they used the spiral design of their textbook to help them focus on creating coherent instruction.

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A 5th grade teacher explains how she made small adjustments to improve the Everyday Math Curriculum after identifying its weaknesses.

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How a math coach used mini-assessments to spark conversations with her teachers

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Learn how educators can use Pinterest to identify and collect high-quality instructional resources

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A kindergarten teacher explains how she adapted some of the Everyday Math Daily Routines to challenge her students more.

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An experienced educator introduces different support methods to allow struggling students to engage with grade-level materials.

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Learn about free, high-quality mini-assessments for math and literacy.

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A Kindergarten teacher dives into Everyday Math and finds ways to make minor Routines into Major Work of the Grade practice

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Focusing on building a student-centered classroom through the integration of apps in the math classroom

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Standards co-author Jason Zimba explains how word problems can build understanding of addition and subtraction.

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Learn how examining assessment items can be a source of professional development and deepen your understanding of the Shifts

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Standards co-author Jason Zimba unpacks the rectangle area formula and highlights problems with the way textbooks sometimes introduce the formula to students.

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A veteran Journeys user shares recommendations to improve basal lessons and better support teachers and students.

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One of the reviewers explains how the assessment review was conducted and what the findings mean for educators and students.

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Strategies to scaffold instruction of Standards-aligned, complex texts

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Common Core-aligned assessments must capitalize on teacher-student relationships

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Learn the difference between modeling the math and modeling WITH math

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How a district made the decision to select a new textbook provider instead of a long-used vendor

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A K-12 math team collaborated in creating tools about the practices to enhance understanding and planning

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The President of Core Knowledge challenges fellow publishers to complete an alignment rubric

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A math teacher explains how to recognize math tasks that help students craft strong mathematical arguments

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How the Louisiana DOE is developing PD and looking for connections to help all districts maximize the impact of standards-aligned materials

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A math teacher explains how well-designed materials can help students learn to deal with challenging math problems

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Where to Find High-Quality Curricular Materials for ELLs in the Public Domain

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How to determine whether instructional materials support ELL's needs

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What do teachers need to know to make decisions about adapting math materials?

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A New York math specialist explains how he’s enhanced his school’s curriculum with tasks from Illustrative Mathematics.

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How building specific mathematical knowledge in teachers can strengthen classroom instruction

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An administrator’s guide to promoting teacher innovation

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How administrators can help teachers sort through the clutter in today’s math textbooks

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CCSS author Jason Zimba shares how he uses flashcards with his daughters.

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A Brookings Institution report explains how much we DON’T know about instructional materials in use in today’s classrooms.

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A high school English teacher shares 10 ways classroom teachers can influence curriculum

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If you’re not satisfied with the quality and CCSS-alignment of your existing math materials, here are five tips to improve them.

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New training modules on the IMET’s Non-Negotiables and Alignment Criteria

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The K-12 OER Collaborative plans to create a year-long open educational resources curriculum.

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Well-designed materials help students tackle challenging math problems

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New case studies share a look at the process of adapting math and ELA materials

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The Coherence Map can help you uncover gaps in understanding and find resources to supplement your instructional materials.

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What to look for in instructional materials that align to the SMPs

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Achieve and SAP are looking for instructional materials aligned to the CCSS to address weaknesses in existing materials

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Achieve created a rubric and review process to facilitate peer reviews

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Learn how the Collaborative is planning on creating and vetting materials.

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The K-12 OER Collaborative is working to create Common Core-aligned resources

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Developing a process for teachers to adapt instructional materials in mathematics

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Keep up-to-date with the latest media coverage of instructional materials

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An SAP math specialist explains how small changes to the IMET can have a big impact on users

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A panel of experts met to pinpoint the biggest problems with today’s math textbooks: here’s what they found

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The challenging, yet rewarding process of adapting instructional materials

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Why Louisiana chose to share all its curricular reviews online and where you can see the findings