Examples of the standards - student work and lessons
Lesson Resources (Do not forget to check the Performance Tasks page for more resources!)
Vocabulary is an important aspect of mathematics. Students must know the language of math to understand the symbols and operations. This site from Granite City Schools in Utah provides great resources for vocabulary cards.
K-5 Math Teaching Resources -
The math practice standards are the foundation for the content standards. The Jordan School district have developed great posters of t he standards for math practices.
http://www.k-5mathteachingresources.com/ This site provides extensive collection of free resources and games aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
Learn Zillion - is a learning platform that combines video lessons, assessments, and progress reporting. Each lesson highlights a Common Core Standards, starting with math in grades 3-9. The site began with E.L. Haynes Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. and has grown to include other teachers across teh country.
Achieve the Core website has now posted many resources! The annotated lessons provides teachers with great examples of lesson that are aligned to the common core standards!
CCSS Math formerly CCGPS - "This site is a “labor of love” dedicated to those serving in education. I believe that the most valuable asset this country has is the minds of its people." Under the resources link, choose a grade. Resources will be available linked from the content standards for that grade.
National Science Digital Library of Math Common Core Resources - http://nsdl.org/commcore/math/ The NSDL Math Common Core collection features digital learning resources that address concept and skills components of the Math Common Core State Standards. The collection is organized by grade level and domain, as defined within the Common Core documents. Resources in this collection include lesson plans,
simulations, problem sets with explanations, student activities that provide feedback, and other interactives. The collection will continue to grow as new resources are added regularly. NSDL is also developing a collection of resources associated with the Common Core Standards for English Language Arts (ELA) in Science and Technical Subjects, projected to be available in late summer 2012.
Middle and High School Lessons -
Mathematics Assessment Project – Shell enter/MARS http://map.mathshell.org.uk/materials/index.php- The project is working to design and develop well-engineered assessment tools to support US schools in implementing the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSS).
Dan Meyer's Three-Act Math Tasks -
These tasks have been aligned to common core. They have tasks from 4 grade through high school. Dan Meyer's blog provides the explanation of the Three Acts of a Mathematical Story!.
Engage NY modules are written and tried with teachers in NY. https://www.engageny.org/common-core-curriculum provides teacher and student lessons, assessments, and examples of student work.
CCSS - CTE Classroom Tasks - http://www.achieve.org/ccss-cte-classroom-tasks To help educators and education leaders address this challenge, Achieve and the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education (NASDCTEc) jointly piloted a process where educators evaluated, modified, and/or developed instructional tasks that demonstrate how
Career Technical Education (CTE) content can be leveraged throughout high school mathematics.
Core Math Tools Home for High School - http://www.nctm.org/resources/content.aspx?id=32702 -
Core Math Tools is a downloadable suite of interactive software tools for high school mathematics. The tools help to meet the content and practice standards with technology. Java is required. Besides the tools, links include sample lessons for problem based lessons.
Arranging the High School Standards into Courses - http://commoncoretools.me/2012/03/16/arranging-the-high-school-standards-into-courses/ from Bill McCallum's blog - "Here is a suggested arrangement of the high school standards into courses, developed with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Pearson Foundation, by a group of people including Patrick Callahan and Brad Findell. I haven’t looked at it closely, but it seems to be a solid effort by people familiar with the standards, so I put it up for comment and discussion. There are five files: the first four are graphic
displays of the arrangement of the standards into both traditional and integrated sequences, with the standards referred to by their codes. The fifth is a description of the arrangement with the text of the standards and
The Mathematics Common Core Toolbox http://www.ccsstoolbox.org/ is a resource designed to support districts. The site is a collaboration of the Charles A. Dana Center and Agile Mind. Under the Resources for Implementation, click on the Sample Scope and Sequence documents link for grade level scope and sequence of the CCSSM.
Engage NY - https://www.engageny.org/common-core-curriculum provides teacher taught and tested modules for both ELA and Mathematics. The modules have assessment samples with student work and rubrics to match tasks.
Ohio Model Curriculum - provides grade level model curriculum to support educators in implementing the new standards. The PDF documents provides embedded links to standards, lesson resources, and explanations of the standards. In addition the state has developed a document that shows the learning standard progression across domains and critical areas. Look for K-8 Standards Progressions and the Critical Areas Progressions.
Arizona Department of Education - http://www.azed.gov/azcommoncore/mathstandards/- has developed grade level documents that explain the standars and provide examples and links to lessons that exemplify the standard. The documents can be put together as a flip chart!
North Carolina Department of Education - http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/acre/standards/common-core-tools/#gomath North Carolina has worked to "unpack" the common core standards. The unpacking documents demonstrate at a granular level the knowledge and skills
students are expected to master at a particular grade.