Homework Helpers provide step-by-step explanations of how (and why!) to work problems that are similar to those found in students' math homework assignments & problem set.
Tip sheets provide an overview of the module and include suggested strategies and models, key vocabulary, connections to previous learning, and tips for how you can support your child’s learning at home. Tip Sheets are arranged in the same Module Sequence as the student homework, making it easy for parents to follow along with their child’s progress.
With new state standards, students are working harder, thinking more critically, and applying their learning to the real world. To measure these new standards, educators from states using Smarter tests
have worked together to develop new, high-quality tests in English and math for grades 3–8 and high school.
An online student platform using Eureka materials. Zearn is free to use for students. A little history about Zearn - Great Minds licensed the original version of the Eureka MathTM curriculum to Zearn in 2014. Since that time, Zearn has developed digital learning experiences based in part on the content of Eureka Math. Great Minds neither reviews nor approves Zearn content and does not endorse the product.
Compass Learning provides blended learning, intervention, and personalized learning pathways for K-12 students.
Compass software helps pinpoint and close skill and concept gaps and move students forward academically with:
Ongoing formative assessment
Students will need to use their normal school log-ins to enter the site.
EMBARC stands for Eureka Math Bay Area Regional Consortium. This is a collective group of instructional coaches from neighboring district including our own San Leandro Unified School District, Castro Valley Unified School District, Pleasanton Unified School District, San Ramon Unified School District, Kentfield School District, and Union School District. The vision of the Consortium is to build a collaborative community of Eureka Math users and to provide a common website to support all users of the Eureka Math curriculum.
With our transition to Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Mathematics, we are updating our acceleration pathways and processes. CCSS in Math for 6th-8th grade contain standards previously taught in high school and include increased demands around reading, writing, and demonstration of mathematics concepts and complex problem solving in real world applications. In order for a student to successfully accelerate in mathematics and skip a course, there are many variables that must be considered. Click the link above for more information.
Ever wonder what paths your student can take in math? The Math Pathways chart gives an overarching view of all the choices a student has to achieving college and career readiness in SLUSD.