Teacher Resources  

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 Math 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.

This folder contains a variety of resources gathered by our district.  This includes:​

  • All Eureka Modules (Student and Teacher Editions)

  • Spanish Eureka Math

  • K-12 Scope and Sequence

  • Homework Helpers

  • Mid- and End-of-Module Assessments

SLUSD has purchased the Digital Suite for teachers.  The Eureka Digital Suite includes:

  • Eureka Navigator 

  • Teach Eureka Video Gallery 

  • Pacing & Prep Guides 

  • Parent Module Tip Sheets

  • Homework Helpers 

EngageNY curriculum was the predecessor of Eureka curriculum, and since EngageNY is an open online free curriculum their resources can be used by teachers.

A collection of Eureka Math instructional resources created by implementers across the country - all vetted by Great Minds.  There is a board for each grade level, as well as a few general interest boards, and have pinned a variety of resources including district assessments.

New York worked on an initiative to translate the mathematics curriculum modules into these five languages:

  • Spanish

  • Chinese (Simplified and Traditional)

  • Arabic

  • Bengali

This board contains Spanish translations of: the EngageNY (Eureka Math) Modules for Grades K-5, a resource from Port Chester Schools, NY and the Parent Tip Sheets for Grades K-5, a resource from Berkeley Public Schools, CA.

The Smarter Balanced assessment system is designed to support instruction and give teachers better information about their students’ progress.  This page includes:

  • Practice and Training Tests

  • Sample Questions

  • Explanation of Scoring

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.

Compass Learning K–12 learning acceleration software provides blended learning, intervention, and personalized learning pathways for our students.

Compass® software helps pinpoint and close skill and concept gaps and move students forward academically with:

  • Explicit instruction

  • Supported practice

  • Independent practice

  • Ongoing formative assessment

Before utilizing the link above, signing into greatminds.org is required.  Check in with your site principal for your login information.  Eureka offers videos to help give teachers a deeper understanding of how their curriculum is structured.  

Learn more about Eureka Resources through this screencast that includes recommended tools and structures to help make decisions around implementing and differentiating Eureka Math Curriculum

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