Mathematics

Curriculum and Staff Development

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Textbook Resources


 

College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM)

CPM log on page for the teacher resources.

Everyday Math (Password Required) Teacher Resource Page

ConnectED log on page for the teacher resources.

Destination Success Math Resources


Use Destination Success link at top of this page to use the Destination Success Program

Common Core Standards Correlations:


    K-1 Course I

    This link sends you to resources for Course I. In Destination Math for grades pre-K – 1, students explore the whole numbers, counting by ones, twos, fives, and tens up to 100. They add and subtract one- and two-digit numbers, investigate properties of 2- and 3-dimensional shapes, and concepts of length, time, weight, and coins. They create and interpret picture graphs and bar graphs and explore repeating patterns involving shapes or numbers.

    2-3 Course II

    This link sends you to resources for Course II. In Destination Math for grades 2 – 3, students work with place value, using on-line manipulatives to name and represent numbers up to 1,000. They add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers and investigate simple fractions. They explore volume, area, money, temperature, and time, and relational ideas in algebra using number sentences, tables, and linear patterns.

    4-5 Course III

    This link sends you to resources for Course III.  This course focuses on the numbers operations typically included in a math curriculum for grades 4-6, but provides educators with enough flexibility to use it above or below the recommended grade range.  Students investigate how mathematical issues arise out of real-life situations.  Within motivational contexts, students work through tutorials designed around 138 learning objectives in Numbers and Number Sense, Operations with Numbers, Fractions, Decimals, Geometry, and Data Analysis and Probability.

    6-8 Course IV

    This link sends you to resources for Course IV.  148 Learning Objectives Focusing on the numbers and operations typically included in the middle school math curriculum, this course presents each topic within a motivational context that demonstrates how mathematical issues arise out of real-life situations. Within these contexts, students investigate the properties of fractions, decimals, percents, and integers, and explore the rules that govern their operations.

    6-8 Course V

    This link sends you to resources for Course V. 194 Learning Objectives This course prepares students for the more formal study of mathematics in high school. Students continue their course of study of numbers and operations by exploring ratios, proportions, and irrational numbers. They also begin a study of fundamental skills and concepts found in algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability. Students apply what they have learned to solve sets of questions at varying levels of difficulty.

    7-8 Algebra I: Course 1

    This link sends you to resources for Algebra I: Course 1. 83 Learning Objectives In this course, students focus on the symbols and rules of algebra and how they are used to represent relationships. Students use these concepts to solve linear equations in one variable and apply these skills to real-life problems. They progress through the course by graphing linear functions and systems, solving the latter both graphically and algebraically. A study of linear inequalities in one and two variables parallels the study of linear equalities with an exploration of absolute value.

    8-10 Algebra I: Course 2

    This link sends you to resources for Algebra I: Course 2. 87 Learning Objectives In this course, students investigate polynomial expressions and operations in problems that arise from real-life situations. Students refine and expand their skills through interactions, practice problems, and workout questions. With these skills in hand, they graph parabolas and identify relationships between graphs and equations. Following this analytic investigation, students use a variety of techniques to solve equations in one variable, including applying the quadratic formula.

    68 Learning Objectives Designed for non-readers, this course lays a solid foundation as students learn important math concepts and skills they’ll need to understand the world around them. In 30 sessions, they count from 1 to 100, identify shapes, add and subtract, compare and order numbers, and explore the concepts of time and money

    Simple Guide

    68 Learning Objectives Designed for non-readers, this course lays a solid foundation as students learn important math concepts and skills they’ll need to understand the world around them. In 30 sessions, they count from 1 to 100, identify shapes, add and subtract, compare and order numbers, and explore the concepts of time and money

    Comprehensive Guide

    To open Mastering Skills and Concepts: Course I (MSC I), follow these steps

    Using Course I Guide

    75 Learning Objectives In this course, students practice place value, rounding, fractions, planes and solid figures, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. In addition, they hone their skills by measuring time, money, and temperature.

    Simple Guide

     

    75 Learning Objectives In this course, students practice place value, rounding, fractions, planes and solid figures, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. In addition, they hone their skills by measuring time, money, and temperature.

    Comprehensive Guide

    To open Mastering Skills and Concepts: Course II (MSC II), follow these steps

    Using Course II Guide

    138 learning objectives in Numbers and Number Sense, Operations with Numbers, Fractions, Decimals, Geometry, and Data Analysis and Probability.

    Simple Guide

     

    138 learning objectives in Numbers and Number Sense, Operations with Numbers, Fractions, Decimals, Geometry, and Data Analysis and Probability.

    Comprehensive Guide

    To open Mastering Skills and Concepts: Course III (MSC III), follow these steps

    Using Course III Guide

    148 Learning Objectives Focusing on the numbers and operations typically included in the middle school math curriculum, this course presents each topic within a motivational context that demonstrates how mathematical issues arise out of real-life situations. Within these contexts, students investigate the properties of fractions, decimals, percents, and integers, and explore the rules that govern their operations.

    Simple Guide

     

    148 Learning Objectives Focusing on the numbers and operations typically included in the middle school math curriculum, this course presents each topic within a motivational context that demonstrates how mathematical issues arise out of real-life situations. Within these contexts, students investigate the properties of fractions, decimals, percents, and integers, and explore the rules that govern their operations.

    Comprehensive Guide

    To open Mastering Skills and Concepts: Course IV (MSC IV), follow these steps

    Using Course IV Guide

    194 Learning Objectives This course prepares students for the more formal study of mathematics in high school. Students continue their course of study of numbers and operations by exploring ratios, proportions, and irrational numbers. They also begin a study of fundamental skills and concepts found in algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability. Students apply what they have learned to solve sets of questions at varying levels of difficulty.

    Simple Guide

     

    194 Learning Objectives This course prepares students for the more formal study of mathematics in high school. Students continue their course of study of numbers and operations by exploring ratios, proportions, and irrational numbers. They also begin a study of fundamental skills and concepts found in algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability. Students apply what they have learned to solve sets of questions at varying levels of difficulty.

    Comprehensive Guide

    To open Mastering Skills and Concepts: Course V (MSC V), follow these steps

    Using Course V Guide

    83 Learning Objectives In this course, students focus on the symbols and rules of algebra and how they are used to represent relationships. Students use these concepts to solve linear equations in one variable and apply these skills to real-life problems. They progress through the course by graphing linear functions and systems, solving the latter both graphically and algebraically. A study of linear inequalities in one and two variables parallels the study of linear equalities with an exploration of absolute value.

    Simple Guide

     

    83 Learning Objectives In this course, students focus on the symbols and rules of algebra and how they are used to represent relationships. Students use these concepts to solve linear equations in one variable and apply these skills to real-life problems. They progress through the course by graphing linear functions and systems, solving the latter both graphically and algebraically. A study of linear inequalities in one and two variables parallels the study of linear equalities with an exploration of absolute value.

    Comprehensive Guide

    To open Mastering Skills and Concepts: Algebra I: Course 1 (MA I), follow these steps

    Using Algebra I Course 1 Guide

    87 Learning Objectives In this course, students investigate polynomial expressions and operations in problems that arise from real-life situations. Students refine and expand their skills through interactions, practice problems, and workout questions. With these skills in hand, they graph parabolas and identify relationships between graphs and equations. Following this analytic investigation, students use a variety of techniques to solve equations in one variable, including applying the quadratic formula..

    Simple Guide

     

    87 Learning Objectives In this course, students investigate polynomial expressions and operations in problems that arise from real-life situations. Students refine and expand their skills through interactions, practice problems, and workout questions. With these skills in hand, they graph parabolas and identify relationships between graphs and equations. Following this analytic investigation, students use a variety of techniques to solve equations in one variable, including applying the quadratic formula.

    Comprehensive Guide

    To open Mastering Skills and Concepts: Algebra I: Course 2 (MA II), follow these steps

    Using Algebra I: Course 2 Guide

    Standards, Frameworks and Staff Development Resources


     

    2013 CCSS Mathematics Standards

    Published version with 2014 revisions

    CCSS Guide
    2013 Revised Mathematics Framework

    The Mathematics Framework chapters are currently undergoing final editing and graphic design in preparation for publication. As this work is completed, chapters will be posted in a new and more user-friendly format. These chapters are indicated by a 2015 posting date.

    Framework

    engageNY Training Videos

    The Video Library is easier to navigate and now features albums of videos organized by topic, such as Common Core instruction and overview videos, Teacher and Leader Evaluation webinars, and presentations from the Network Team Institutes.

    Inside Mathematics

    A professional resource for educators passionate about improving student’s mathematics learning and performance.

    K-5 Math Teaching Resources

    Provides an extensive collection of free resources, math games, and hands-on math activities aligned with the Common Core State Standards for mathematics.

    California CCSS Professional Modules

    The California Department of Education (CDE) worked with experts in the field to develop professional learning modules (PLMs) that support educators in delivering curriculum aligned to the CCSS to all pupils. The modules are housed on the Digital Chalkboard Web site (formally Brokers of Expertise) and are available online at no cost. The modules were intended to be used by educators independently or as a face-to-face presentation. All materials are provided for either option and may be accessed on the Digital Chalkboard Web site. Please select the links below to view the modules

    Teaching Channel Math Videos

    Teaching Channel is a private, video-enabled, professional learning platform. At the center of Teams is Teaching Channel’s award-winning, best-in-class, video library. Professionally made videos of live teaching using a variety of strategies.

    Achieve the Core Modules

    Professional development modules ready to use in individual and group settings. Each module includes facilitator’s instructions, presentations, video segments, and hands-on activities.

    Illustrative Math Standards

    Use the navigational tools to find illustrative tasks and other resources for each standard.

    Math Solutions Marilyn Burns Video Library

    Short snapshot videos showing different aspects of math instruction.