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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Eureka Math

We adopted a new math curriculum this year- Eureka Math (the same as Engage NY). So far, I'm really liking the bones of it, but I'm missing some of the bells and whistles my old series had.
The company that created Eureka Math is non-profit company, so they're working on adding online components, but right now it's a little lacking. I've been working on creating some Promethean board flip charts for my classroom.

Each Eureka math lesson is divided into 4 sections: Fluency, Concept Development, Application Problem, and the Student Debrief. Each lesson is supposed to be right at an hour. Right now, it's taking us closer to double that. I know that we'll get faster as both myself and my students get used to the new vocabulary and lesson structure.

I created and uploaded the Promethean flipchart I made for Module 1, Lesson 1. I've made it FREE so that you can check it out and decide if it's for you. I'm planning on creating and uploading the rest of the series this year. Please let me know what changes you'd like to see.


Hope you're having a great school year!

I've added Lessons 1-3 to purchase.... keep checking back for more!

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4 comments:

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  3. Did you create any more flipcharts for the remainder of Module 1?

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