Students can work on the assignments:
1. Familiarize yourself with the materials.
2. Plan how to orient your students to the materials.
3. Consider how to allot time.
Frequently Asked Questions
The MathByExample Teacher Edition serves as a guide to each assignment.
The “Target” summarizes the targeted mathematical concept.
The “Targeted Error” notes a specific error, if applicable.
Sample response(s) are actually samples! Students will respond in various ways, so it will be up to you to judge whether a student understands the concept.
An image from each Student Workbook page is embedded within the Teacher Edition.
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Development of MathByExample was led by Julie Booth (Temple University) through a SERP collaboration with several school districts. Major contributors to program development include: Kelly McGinn and Laura Young (Temple University), Allie Huyghe, Matthew Ellinger, Emily Schwartz, Avery Jones, and David Dudley (SERP). Special thanks! to the teachers, administrators, and students in our partner districts—Baltimore City Schools, Public Schools of Beloit, Public Schools of Brookline, Fort Madison Community School District, Oak Park Elementary District 97, and Penns Valley Area School District—who were essential to the project’s success, providing feedback at critical points and inviting us into their classrooms along the way!
The collaboration has been supported to conduct this work by the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, through Grant R305A150456 to Strategic Education Research Partnership Institute. The information provided does not represent views of the funders.
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