Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll get a holistic view of the RP progression across grades, then build your knowledge of the standards within your own grade level. Most importantly, you’ll learn about RP by working through...More
Overview This virtual learning module explores the progression of the NBT standards across grades, and how the standards require us to build students’ conceptual understanding along with their procedural skill and fluency for the four...More
Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll deepen your knowledge of the three aspects of rigor by showing you how to build these aspects into planning. Interactive games gives you a chance to apply knowledge and get quick feedback. “I...More
Overview In this virtual learning module, you’ll see an approach to analyzing student work in math and will get a chance to practice with real student responses. The module contains two separate tracks — one for elementary and one...More
Overview This module, created in partnership with Student Achievement Partners (SAP) provides educators with a detailed overview of the Math Instructional Practice Guide (IPG), and its roots within the standards and instructional equity. Based on...More
Overview This virtual learning module explores the progression of the OA standards across grades, and how the standards require us to build students’ conceptual understanding along with their procedural skill and fluency for the four...More
Overview Have you ever thought to use audio recording as part of your remote learning plan? These videos highlight quick tips on how teachers can use audio recording to engage students in math, practice reading, support ELL students and even help...More
Objectives: Understand why high-quality tasks are an essential component of equitable instruction. Align on common design elements of high-quality math tasks. Identify high-quality tasks and adapt them to a virtual setting. Deepen understanding of...More
3rd grade teachers at Dr. Weeks Elementary School in Syracuse, NY consider ways to adapt instruction to address common misconceptions identified during data analysis in a data meeting.More

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