MathaliciousMathalicious lessons teach standards-based math through real-world topics that students care about. In the United States, 61% of middle school students say they’d rather take out the garbage than do their math homework. If you ask students why they dislike math so much they’ll often say, “I don’t know what it means or when I’ll ever use it.” To many, math is just a bunch of random steps to memorize and regurgitate.But math is about more than just numbers and equations. Math is a tool to explore the world around us, and that’s exactly what Mathalicious does. Mathalicious provides teachers with lessons that help them teach math in a way that engages their students–in a way that helps students understand how the world works. |
KET’s Scale CityWebsite with tons of resources (handouts, videos, activities, etc related to ratio & proportional thinking: Dan Meyer's Blog Dan Meyer is a former high school math teacher who shows us how to integrate technology into math class.Dan Meyer's Three-Act Math Tasks - spreadsheet with links to tasksDan Meyer’s Ted Talk from March 2011 (about 15min long)Dan Meyer’s Real World Math – video (about 4min long): |

**Units from NYC Dept of Education**

**Units from NYC Dept of Education**

__The Common Core “FlipBooks” are a compilation of research, “unpacked” standards from many states, instructional strategies and examples for each standard at each grade level from: http://www.montclair.k12.nj.us/district/equity-curriculum-instruction/math-resources/ The intent is to show the connections to the Standards of Mathematical Practices for the content standards and to get detailed information at each level.__

**Flipbooks:**

**High School Flipbook**

**8th Flipbook**

__7th Flipbook__

**6th Flipbook**