Resources: Ohio's New Learning Standards: K-12 Mathematics
The documents and aids below provide almost everything educators need to understand and implement Ohio's New Learning Standards in Mathematics. Learn about the global context in which the standards were developed, compare them with Ohio's 2001 mathematics standards and see how they are successfully implemented in the classroom.
The following documents are for districts and teachers to use as tools for better understanding of the Ohio's New Learning Standards in Mathematics. Click on the links below to open the documents.
Alignment Toolkit Phase 1: Gap Analysis
These tools allow educators to closely examine the Revised Standards / Model Curriculum to determine the degree to which their curriculum addresses the concepts and skills found in the Revised Standards, as well as the required cognitive levels.
Alignment Toolkit Phase 2: Revisions of District Curriculum
These tools create a framework from the standards and model curriculum for planning units around big ideas/concepts, sequencing units to the school year, intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary connections, diverse learner considerations, technology integration, assessment practices (formative, summative and performance-based) and resources.
Inside Mathematics - Inside Mathematics is a professional resource where educators can find lesson ideas aligned to Ohio's New Learning Standards. This site includes resources like classroom videos and exemplary lessons. Teachers interested in some of the lessons can use the Task and Student Work Analysis document as a guideline for how to go about completing a chosen task. Other ideas for tasks or lessons are provided on the Correlation of Inside Mathematics to the CCSS document. To find a copy of the lesson activities go to www.insidemathematics.org and search by task name.
Common Core Implementation (Video Series) - Contained on this site are a series of videos by the Hunt Institute and the Council of Chief State School Officers that explain the Standards in far greater depth.
Illustrative Mathematics - Illustrative Mathematics provides guidance by illustrating the range and types of mathematical work that students should experience in a faithful implementation of the Common Core State Standards, and by publishing other tools that support implementation of the standards.
Core Math Tools - Core Math Tools consists of interactive software tools for algebra and functions, geometry and trigonometry, and statistics and probability. The tools are appropriate for use with any high school mathematics curriculum and compatible with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in terms of content and mathematical practices. In order to access all features, the use of Java is required.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives - The NLVM contains manipulatives and concept tutorials across the grade bands.
Learning Progressions - Narrative documents describing the typical learning progression of a topic, informed by both by research on children’s cognitive development and by the logical structure of mathematics.
Ohio Math on LinkedIn - To promote statewide dialogue, the department started Ohio Math, a discussion forum on LinkedIn open to educators on all levels across the state. In the forum, educators are encouraged to promote their achievements, voice concerns, share ideas and collaborate with each other. To join in the discussion, participants are required to open a free LinkedIn account. Once you have a LinkedIn account, search Ohio Math.
For even more resources, check out the Ohio Math Pearltree.
Resources: Ohio's New Learning Standards: K-12 Mathematics Documents
Last Modified: 2/26/2014 11:12:16 AM
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