Mathematics Resources

Achieve the Core

Description: 
Student Achievement Partners is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping teachers and school leaders implement high-quality, college- and career-ready standards. Their work is grounded in research and evidence, and are committed to sharing standards-aligned tools and practices freely with educators across the country. 
Student Achievement Partners was founded by David Coleman, Susan Pimentel, and Jason Zimba, all lead writers of the Common Core State Standards in ELA/literacy and mathematics. They formed Student Achievement Partners to address the ongoing need for practical, evidence-based, support for teachers and school leaders making game-changing shifts to align their instructional materials, assessments, and practice to college- and career-ready standards.
This site offers hundreds of math and literacy instructional resources for teachers and school leaders. We invite you to explore these materials, sign up for their newsletter, and become part of a dynamic network committed to raising student achievement in schools across the country.

Aligned Instructional Practice: https://achievethecore.org/page/2730/aligned-instructional-practice 
The purpose of the Instructional Practice Guide suite of tools is to help teachers and those who support teachers to make the Shifts in instructional practice required by the Common Core and other college- and career-ready standards. The Instructional Practice Guide suite includes resources for coaching, lesson planning, and training support that are all designed to work together.

Illustrative Mathematics

Description: 
Illustrative Mathematics is an organization dedicated to helping teachers and school leaders make sense of the College and Career Ready standards. Illustrative Mathematics is committed to creating a world where learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics.
Illustrative Mathematics crafts and delivers high-quality educational resources for teachers and students by developing great people who work in spirited teams to do extraordinary things.

Teaching Channel

  • https://www.teachingchannel.org/
    Description: 
    Teaching Channel’s mission is to create an environment where teachers can watchshare, and learn new techniques to help every student grow.                
      They believe teachers should have opportunities to learn from each other… whenever they want. Working under the belief that video has become essential to helping educators see a broad range of approaches for working with students and for fostering self-reflection.​
  • Join their free website or encourage your district to join Teaching Channel Plus, our interactive collaboration platform for professional learning.

Professional Conversations Around a Tch Video: https://www.teachingchannel.org/blog/2018/03/27/prof-conversations-tch-video/

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