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| Turn on Common Core Math||North Carolina State University has organized the Common Core Math standards into a clickable map depicting "learning trajectories" within the K-8 standards|
|Illustrative Mathematics||Explore the content standards, the math practices, blueprints for scope and sequence, and the progressions within CCSS math. Learn about some professional learning available.|
|Mastering Facts||Mastering Math Facts||Find research about developing understanding before speed. See information about developing math fact fluency. See lists of apps to help students get the repetition and practice needed to learn their facts.|
|What is Fact Fluency?|
|Common Core Fluency Expectations||Download a copy of the fluency expectations of the CCSS by grade level.|
|Number Talks|| What are Number Talks?||A number talk is a strategy to practice computational fluency with students. It helps students use relationships with numbers and operations to build fluency and number sense. See this link for support, videos, and resources.|
|Vocabulary||Math Language Support||Click here to find resources, support, and videos for developing academic language and vocabulary in mathematics. |
|Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics||This practical guide for developmentally appropriate, student-centered mathematics instruction is from best-selling mathematics methods authors John Van de Walle, LouAnn Lovin, Karen Karp, and Jennifer Bay-Williams.|
| Interventions|| Intervention Ideas for Math||Learn about some tools to intervene with students on math topics.|
|Do The Math Now!||Created by Marilyn Burns, Do The Math Now! is an intervention curriculum designed to rebuild numerical foundations and prepare struggling middle and high school students for algebra. |
| Other states|| GeorgiaStandards.Org|| 2014-2015 CCGPS Mathematics Unit Frameworks |
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