Math Educational Activities for Parents and Students

  • Educational Activities

    Posted by Takiwi Milton on 7/1/2017

    Sites and games aimed at helping students practice key skills of the Georgia Standards of Excellence.

    • iReady - Individualized online support that helps students build conceptual understanding & problem solving.
    • First in Math - Online activities that helps students build fluency with math facts.
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  • Parents’ Guides to Student Success in Mathematics

    Posted by Takiwi Milton on 7/1/2017

     

    The Parents’ Guides to Student Success in Mathematics include:

     

    • Key items children should be learning in mathematics in each grade, once Georgia Standards of Excellence are fully implemented.
    • Activities that parents can do at home to support their child’s learning.
    • Methods for helping parents build stronger relationships with their child’s teacher (i.e. talking points).
    • Nine week checkpoints with HIGHLIGHTS of each grading period. Within the document are fluency expectations, content mastery expectations, and website links to Khan Academy for support at home.

     

    Please click the link below to view guides:

    Elementary School

    Middle School

    High School

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  • Parent and Family Resources

    Posted by Takiwi Milton on 7/1/2017

    A critical component of a student’s success in school is dependent on what and how they learn at home. The Toolkit for Parents and Families is a collection of materials and resources that will help parents and families understand how to help your child graduate from high school ready for college and careers. We encourage parents and families to use these tools in conjunction with resources and information you receive from your child’s school and teachers. We will continue to build upon this toolkit as we receive feedback from educators and families.

     

    In the Toolkit for Parents and Families:

     

    The Six DO’s for Families and Their Math Students 

    by NCTM President J. Michael Shaughnessy
    NCTM Summing Up, December 2010

    1. Be positive
    2. Link mathematics with daily life
    3. Make mathematics fun
    4. Learn about mathematics-related careers
    5. Have high expectations for your students
    6. Support homework—don’t do it!

     

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