National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics This is a support organization for leaders in mathematics professional development and curriculum work. Watch their site for things like "Illustrating the Mathematical Practices" and to find rich tasks that develop student thinking around mathematics.
Writing Across the Curriculum - Mathematics This document, from the Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics, is meant to give guidelines for writing in mathematics and describes how it will be beneficial to the students.
New Common Core Individual Math Practice Posters for Early Childhood and Elementary !!!
GLCE Across the Grades This document was designed to help teachers capture the long-range goals for students. This vertical alignment will allow teachers to not only meet their grade level expectations, but help students prepare for coming grade levels.
GLCE Companion DocumentsFound on the MCTM member page, these documents describe the depth of knowledge expected for students to achieve for each content expectation. There are also resources aligned to the curriculum.
Focal Points and Core DesignationsMEAP writers use these documents to determine the number of questions per test. For each grade level, writers create two questions per core designation and then choose 16-20 questions randomly from the extended core designations.
HSCE Companion Documents Links found on the left side of the webpage, take you to documents that describe the depth of knowledge intended in each content expectation along with resources for instruction.
Expectations for Success on the MMEThis document from MDE is meant to outline the expectations for all subjects areas that should be covered to be prepared for the MME. Expectations beyond those listed may be necessary to be prepared for the ACT. Reference the State Match Document below.
State Match DocumentThis document highlights the areas of crossover between the ACT college readiness standards and the core areas of the High School Content Expectations.
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