Standards-based assessment and Instruction

# 21st Century Math Skills, K-5

New! This online resource offers educators a powerful collection of planning, instruction, and assessment tools that help students learn to think critically, solve problems creatively, communicate, collaborate, and succeed. Material is based on 21st century math concepts and skills, organized by rich Units of Study.

K–5 material features:

• 350+ engaging open-ended math tasks.
• Problem-solving supplements organized by Units of Study, inspired by the NCTM Focal Points and leading state standards.
• Preliminary Planning Sheets for teachers outlining the math concepts and skills students will need to know as well as alternative strategies for solving each task. This tool assists with lesson preparation and assessing student work.
• The Exemplars Standards-Based Math Rubric, developed in accordance with NCTM Process Standards, defining key criteria for assessing student performance and providing meaningful feedback.
• Anchor papers showing sample student work at the four performance levels of the Exemplars rubric on summative assessment tasks. Used alongside the Exemplars rubric, this resource supports teachers’ assessment practices and gives students insight into what kind of work meets and does not meet the standard.
• Scoring rationales for anchor papers describing why each piece of student work is assessed at a specific performance level for each of the Exemplars rubric criterion.

Our teacher-friendly tasks are designed to support both the Common Core and Citywide instructional expectations. GO Math! alignments are also available.
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## Here's What People Are Saying

"I have to admit that this workshop was PHENOMENAL... I feel so fortunate to have had the opportunity to attend this workshop with my fellow Atlanta Public Schools colleagues. Not only was it insightful and informative, but the presentation of the material covered was creatively done. She [the instructor] allowed us to make many of the activities she discussed. It seems as if both facilitators believe in the educational proverb: 'Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I understand.'"

B. Cummings

Mathematics Instructional Coach

Atlanta Public Schools

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