Standardized Assessment Math Curriculum

  • EngageNY Math - Curriculum modules in mathematics are marked by in-depth focus on fewer topics. They integrate the CCLS, rigorous classroom reasoning, extended classroom time devoted to practice and reflection through extensive problem sets, and high expectations for mastery. The time required to complete a curriculum module will depend on the scope and difficulty of the mathematical content that is the focus of the module (first priority cluster area for a given grade level). For example, the curriculum module relating to Grade 3 multiplication and division introduces initial ideas of multiplication and division in a brief period at the start of the year, continues to develop strategies and problem solving throughout the year, and includes materials to be used throughout the year for helping students reach fluency by the end of the year with single-digit multiplication and related division.

Alternate Assessment Math Curriculum

  • EQUALS - Equals is the first complete standards-based mathematics curriculum for students of differing abilities. Equals is a K-12 program aligned to state, alternate, common core standards, and essential elements. It provides best practice instruction for educators who work with disabilities whether in self-contained classrooms, resource rooms or inclusion programs. Equals encompasses pre-readiness math skills for students at any age who need the most basic starting point (e.g. attending to instruction, cause and effect, everyday patterns) and the foundational math skills and concepts found in all math content areas (numbers and operations, measurement, data analysis and probability, algebra, and geometry) with problem solving at the core of every lesson and connected in meaningful ways. Each lesson maps out a progression of learning from activating background knowledge to practice and application.