Updates for Secondary Math Teachers
This can be a great help in geometry. Each high school Math I and Math II teacher should have received a pack of 1000 sheets to practice with. Each high school should have received a pack to use on testing dates. Each 8th grade teacher should have received a pack, as well.
For more information, calculator guidance, and graph paper/formula sheets, click here.
OSU Math Department
The Math Department at OSU Invites:
Young women entering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade to Explore Math Beyond the Classroom
Place: The Department of Mathematics, Columbus Campus
(231 W. 18th Ave)
Dates: June 17 – June 28, 2019
Information and Registration:
Final Exam Updates
Teachers can do any of the following:
- Use the district exam and grade as is
- Modify the district exam as desired, since files will be in Word format
- Create and use your own final exam and not use the district exam
We no longer have access to CiMS, so there's no testing format in the district to allow online testing. Of course, teachers could use ALEKS to create and automatically grade tests. Principals will be receiving instructions on how to order final exams for those wishing to use the district exam.
Accelerated Math Summer School
Students should have taken home a letter with their results. A link is provided for them to obtain more information and to enroll in the special summer school course. For more information, please visit http://www.ccsoh.us/acccmath
Thread Count: The Intersection of Math and Fiber Arts
MAY 2 - JULY 6, 2019
Fiber arts have a deep connection to mathematics. Calculation and measurement are readily employed in constructing objects made of yarn, fabric, thread, reed, and the myriad of materials utilized by contemporary artists as they stitch, weave, and embellish. Thread Count is curated by Jane Black.
The following artists are featured in the exhibition: Deborah Bewley, Sandra Palmer Ciolino, Judy Kahle, Aimee Lee, John Lefelhocz, Janice Lessman-Moss, Migiwa Orimo, Christina Pereyma, Jessica Pinsky, Ian Ruffino, Judy Rush, Petra Soesemann, and Mary VanWassenhove.
ALL EVENTS AND PROGRAMS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
For more info, see: https://oac.ohio.gov/Riffe-Gallery/On-View
NOW AVAILABLE: GEOMETRY PROOFS in Edulastic
If you have not created a free account with Edulastic, it is highly recommended. You can even sign in with your CCS Google account.
Check it out today: https://edulastic.com/
Click the link below to try out some great interactive geometry proofs for Integrated Math I:
This program helps you:
Generate Individualized Learning Paths for students based on their latest MAP RIT Score
Ensure that students are working on concepts aligned to their MAP goal performance areas
Have students be automatically remediated/scaffolded, presented with instructional lessons, and assessed with automated Mastery Checks
- Further challenge students based on the Target RIT Score you choose!
Equatio Webinar Available
Note: Due to Equatio regulations, you must use your CCS Google login to access the video.
MS Liaisons and HS Dept Chairs
Middle School Curriculum Liaison and HS Department chairs meetings will be held once again at Southland Center. Address is below.
MS: Curriculum Liaison meetings run from 4:00pm-6:00pm.
Our last meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 7.
We will be starting this program earlier next year and meet approximately every other month.
HS: Department chair meetings run from 3:30pm - 5:30pm.
Our last meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 15.
3700 S. High Street
Columbus, OH 43207