Resources for Teachers

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    The Illustrative Mathematics Project uses high quality, rigorously
    reviewed tasks from teacher leaders across the nation to illustrate each
    of the Common Core State standards for Mathematics. The Illustrative
    Mathematics Project can be found at http://illustrativemathematics.org.
    Progressions Documents are narratives that describe the progression of
    a topic across grade levels, based on the structure of mathematics and
    on research on cognitive development. These documents can be found at
    http://ime.math.arizona.edu/progressions.

    Dr. William McCallum, head of the mathematics department at the
    University of Arizona and one of the lead authors of the Common Core
    State Standards for Mathematics, maintains a blog about resources
    related to CCSSM implementation You can find his blog at
    http://commoncoretools.me.

    You can find additional MARS tasks at the Noyce Foundation’s Inside
    Mathematics site by following this link:
    http://www.insidemathematics.org/index.php/tools-for-teachers.

    The Mathematics Assessment Project (MAP), a collaboration between the
    University of California at Berkeley and the Shell Centre at the
    University of Nottingham with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates
    Foundation, offers formative assessment lessons and summative tasks to
    support implementation of the CCSSM.  You can learn more about these
    resources at http://map.mathshell.org.

    Student Achievement Partners, founded by three of the contributingauthors of the Common Core State Standards, has assembled resources to support implementation of the standards for mathematics and for ELA/literacy. You can find these resources at
    http://www.achievethecore.org/steal-these-tools