The beginning of any school year can be nerve-wracking, especially with a new math curriculum. The following 5 blogs written by Eureka Math teacher-writers and Eureka users like you offer tips and strategies for proper implementation:
- RESISTING THE URGE TO RETEACH FOR MASTERY by MaryJo Wieland
Most students won't fully understand a new math concept the first time being taught. Learn how to avoid reteaching for mastery and to instead use the curriculum's cyclical nature of revisiting concepts to promote math fluency.
- IT'S NOT A SCRIPT by MaryJo Wieland
There's a general misunderstanding among some Eureka Math teachers that lessons are to be read as a script. Learn how to use the lessons' vignettes as a guide to customizing your own lessons and instruction.
- PACING AND PREPARATION by Pia Mohsen
Time is one of the most valuable resources to a Eureka Math educator. This blog teaches you how to prepare a module and a lesson to fit time constraints and provides an efficient plan of attack for implementation using the Pacing and Preparation Guide.
- EUREKA AT HOME: SUPPORTING FAMILIES FROM THE START by MaryJo Wieland
Parents are a child's chief advocate and need to be confident in helping their children outside of the classroom despite having learned math in a different way. This blog details the many Eureka Math resources available to parents and how you can foster the development of young minds through the support of their parents.
- EUREKA MATH LESSON STRUCTURES by Catriona Anderson & Beau Bailey
Learn the components of a Eureka Math lesson to properly prepare for instruction and to understand the differences between elementary and secondary lesson structures.
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