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NOTE: the resource marked with an asterisk is an excerpt from the report College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education (U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education). Download the full report here.

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Suggested Resources by Topic

We've put together a list of some informative readings in the field of numeracy. They are grouped below by topic.

Number and Operation Sense - Proportion
• Lesh, R., Post, T., & Behr, M. (1988). Proportional Reasoning. In J. Hiebert & M. Behr (Eds.) Number Concepts and Operations in the Middle Grades (pp. 93-118). Reston, VA: Lawrence Erlbaum & National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Data and Statistics

Heat Wave. This sample contextualized lesson focuses on using box-and-whisker charts to compare sets of data in the context of exploring climate change. The lesson includes a lesson plan and teacher materials as well as student materials/handouts. A companion ZIP file containing PowerPoint slides for the lesson is also provided. A version of this lesson, adapted for Level A students, is also available here.

Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) Reports

Probability
• Understanding Risk. This sample lesson provides a lesson that can be used in a math unit on probability, using the context of personal health risks and decisions.
• Will It Rain Tomorrow? This sample contextualized lesson was designed as part of a science unit on weather, climate, and climate change, with the recognition that an understanding of basic probability and statistics is required to understand the scientific concepts. This lesson could also be used in a math unit on probability to provide a context for students to apply their math skills.
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Curriculum Development Resources

• Developing Instructional Units: Applying What Students Learn
• Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM) incorporates the CCRSAE content standards as well as the Standards for Mathematical Practice. It also clearly addresses the key instructional shifts: focus, coherence, and rigor. CALM does not include every single standard, but rather focuses on those key standards needed for adults to be successful math thinkers. CALM follows a coherent continuum that helps students developmentally progress through math topics by making connections among different math content. And, CALM addresses all three aspects of rigor: conceptual understanding, application, and procedural skill and fluency. Learn more about CALM and CALM support professional development at calm.terc.edu.

New to the College and Career Readiness Mathematics Standards for Adult Education?

Donna Curry of the SABES PD Center for Mathematics and Adult Numeracy/Adult Numeracy Center at TERC gives an overview in this video.

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Building a Curriculum orientation video

Donna Curry of the SABES PD Center for Mathematics and Adult Numeracy/Adult Numeracy Center at TERC gives an overview in this video.

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Reference websites

Math topics
• BBC Skillswise Maths:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/maths

• National Numeracy project in the UK:  http://www.nationalnumeracy.org.uk/home/index.html
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Recommended by our staff

• SEEING AS UNDERSTANDING: The Importance of Visual Mathematics for our Brain and Learning
by Jo Boaler, et al.
• Teaching Teachers to Teach: It's not so Elementary
by Deborah Ball
• Common Core Math Is Not the Enemy: Why you hate it and why we need new perspective in education by Brett Berry

Standards & Frameworks References

NOTE: the resource marked with an asterisk is an excerpt from the report College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education (U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education). Download the full report here.

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