Eureka Math

OPPORTUNITIES FOR MATH

STRATEGY

When students ask, “When will we ever use this?,” it can be challenging to convince them that they will use math in everyday life. This is...

By: Pia Mohsen

TEACHING ORDER OF OPERATIONS THROUGH THE RELATIONSHIPS OF THE OPERATIONS

STRATEGY

Not long ago, if someone asked me to teach my students how to evaluate this expression, 15+ (9–4)- 2, I would have immediately thought of...

By: Dawn Pensack and Erika Silva

APPRECIATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR DISCOVERY: AN EXAMPLE FROM THE FIELD

FROM THE FIELD

This summer I had the opportunity to observe a Eureka Math training on coherence across the 6–8 grade band in Anaheim. While I was...

By: Sara Lack

THE STATISTICAL PROJECT: STUDENT-DIRECTED DISCOVERY

SPOTLIGHT A RESOURCE

Young children are passionate and excited as they discover and explore their world. Look at the child pictured below. A snack...

By: Dawn Pensack

THE PROGRESSION OF GRADE 7 MODULES

FAQ RESPONSE

This blog examines the Grade 7 Modules in A Story of Ratios. Consider the following as an example of the intentional trajectory of...

By: Krysta Gibbs

TEACHING ADDITION WITH INTEGERS THROUGH THE INTEGER GAME

SPOTLIGHT A RESOURCE

In the past, eighth-grade teachers always asked if the seventh graders could spend more time working on operations with...

By: Krysta Gibbs

THE PROGRESSIONS DOCUMENTS: A RESOURCE FOR TEACHERS

SPOTLIGHT A RESOURCE

Looking for some professional reading that will aid your understanding of the Common Core State Standards? The Progressions...

By: Mary Swanson

THE PROGRESSION OF GRADE 4 MODULES

FAQ RESPONSE

Consider the following as an example of the intentional trajectory of the modules within A Story of Units. Here, Grade 4 is used to...

By: Mary Swanson

EUREKA MATH LESSON STRUCTURES

We are often asked for clarification about the differences between the elementary lesson structure and the secondary lesson structures. When...

By: Catriona Anderson and Beau Bailey