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Kentucky Education Cooperative Adopts WIN Math

The Kentucky Valley Education Cooperative is partnering with WIN Learning to bring WIN Math, a digital career-based, math and workplace skills solution, to schools within the 15 Appalachian counties it serves.
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The Kentucky Valley Education Cooperative (KVEC) is partnering with WIN Learning to bring WIN Math, a digital career-based, math and workplace skills solution, to schools within the 15 Appalachian counties it serves.

Designed for students in grades 5-8 who are on grade-level or high school students who are below grade level, the WIN Math curriculum is organized into 36 units addressing 16 career clusters with emphasis on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects. Teachers facilitate instruction through a blended learning model, first introducing the objective, then career context, a warm-up and engagement activities.

WIN Math was profiled in the January 2015 issue of Tech & Learning magazine. http://rtl14.techlearning.com/contests/0007/january-2015-table-of-contents/www.techlearning.com/contests/0007/win-math/68910

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Win Math

With the WIN Math digital teaching and learning platform, teachers facilitate instruction through a blended learning model, introducing the objective, career context, warm-up, and engagement activities.