Resources to Support Instruction
Free Curriculum Resources
Featured this month is a resource that has been developed by one of the designers of the Common Core Standards called Illustrative Mathematics. Dr. William McCallum and a host of contributors nationwide have continued to develop this resource as a viable tool for teaching mathematics and supporting Common Core implementation.
Complete with interactives, illustrative components, lessons and video, this website has become quite expansive. Register for free and contribute!
Michigan K-12 Standards for Mathematics
Differentiation in Mathematics
In addition, here are a few resources, specific to math instruction, for each grade band -
Elementary - Math Workshop: Using Developmental Grouping to Differentiate
EL/MS - Strategies for Differentiating Instruction in Grades 3 through 6
Middle School - Strategies for Differentiating Middle School Math
High School - Differentiating Instruction in Responsive Middle & High School Classrooms
The Teaching Channel
The Teaching Channel continues to expand their resources for all content areas. Below is a link to a search "Differentiation in Mathematics Video." You will find a listing of 140 videos already populated for all grade levels and covering several concepts - from concrete to analytic to creative!
Join the Teaching Channel and access the lesson plans and resources used of the videos you find helpful.
Resources for Practicing Math Skills
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