Curriculum Associates has developed the Ready New York, Next Generation Learning Standards Edition.
DreamBox Learning Math is an interactive, adaptive, self-paced program that provides engaging activities for students to learn and practice skills in mathematics.
The site is divided into different sections, each focusing on a different area of math and different grade levels.
“Learning Games were created based on educator feedback to supplement classroom, teacher-led instruction,” said Jacob Klein, director of Learning Games at Curriculum Associates.
The curriculum features inquiry-based math investigations, virtual manipulatives, and interactive games to engage students as they build their understanding.
“These new i-Ready enhancements will better engage students in the learning process, better support teachers in their instruction, and better inform administrators about overall student performance and growth.”
The new interactive lessons use MIND’s “play, discuss, apply” model to deepen learning through whole-class discussion
Mystery Math Museum provides students with practice with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with numbers up to 50.
"District 99 chose IXL because it allows our teachers to provide grade-level practice, while also delivering individualized support for each student at their own level," said Mary Mycyck, Director of Mathematics at District 99.
DragonBox Algebra 12+ is a fun and challenging game that teaches kids how to solve algebraic equations.
“The Quantile Sequencing Service will provide education publishers with the ability to create learning pathways for math, putting powerful tools for personalizing instruction in the hands of teachers around the country,” said Malbert Smith, CEO and co-founder of MetaMetrics
The Land of Venn – Geometric Defense is a fast-paced game that teaches kids how to use principles of geometry to defeat an evil wizard named Apeirogon and his monsters.
CanFigureIt Geometry is a platform for students to work through geometric proofs using guided instructions or on their own.
Through these two approvals, schools within the nation’s second-largest district can use these programs to guide teacher instruction.