College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education:
Mathematics - Chapter 5, pages 44-87
TERC has released a sample of their new EMPower materials. A series alignment to the CCR Standards can be found here. All EMPower materials are available for purchase; see order form below or order here.
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CCRS Math Training Roadmap
CCRS Math 201 - Resource Alignment Workshop
Prior to attending our session, please take 12 minutes to watch Dan Meyer's TED Talk.
Please download and bring to the session:
- Mathematics Resource Alignment Tool (below),
- Mathematics Lesson Plan (template) (below),
- and the EQuIP Math Rubric.
Photos from adult education math texts for "Delete Your Textbook" activity: (idea from this talk)
Looking for more models of Deleting your Textbook? This blog example from Fawn Nguyen gives an excellent classroom example with student work.
Other useful materials for CCRS Math 201:
Resources for Renovation:
CCRS Math 202 - Lesson Development Workshop
Click on any of these images for a source of lesson sparks.
CCRS Math 203 - Assignments and Student Work
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The following interactive webcast is best played with time to pause and participate in the activities. Grab scrap paper, possibly graph paper, and square-inch tiles or other small objects and settle in to learn something about arrays and area models and how they connect to the Key Instructional Shift, Coherence.
After you have watched and played with the concepts in the webcast, watch the recorded webinar below. Discussion was held in this LINCS discussion.
Visit this blog page to find useful links mentioned or demonstrated at the Connecticut Adult Numeracy and Mathematics Institute (CANMI) sessions. There are lesson plans and other resources for teachers, as well as links that may be useful to share with students. Feel free to add comments to share your thoughts about any of the resources after you try them with your students.