Math at University Hill/ Matemáticas en University Hill

    University Hill Math Pathways

    What does Math Expressions look like in the classroom?
    Structures of the Program:
    • Quick Practice – Involves whole-class responses or individual partner practice and is frequently led by student leaders.
    • Student Leaders – Teachers facilitate students' growth by helping all students take on leadership roles with structured practice activities.
    • Building Concepts – Objects, drawings, conceptual language, and real-world situations strengthen mathematical ideas and understanding.
    • Math Talk – Students explain thinking using drawings that support understandings and promote meanings.
    • Helping Community – A classroom in which everyone is both a teacher and a learner to enhance mathematical understanding, competence, and confidence.
    Math Expressions Parent Information
    Click on the grade level links below for more in-depth information on how you can support your child at home:

     

    Unit Overviews

    Summaries of each unit in Math Expressions.

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    Research & Background

    Summaries of the research used in writing each unit as well as the mathematical background for the units. These can be a great resource to see how individual units build upon instruction from previous units and prior grade levels.

     

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    Family Letters

    At the beginning of each unit and in the middle of longer units, there is a Family Letter that explains the concepts being taught.  These letters can be used as a point of reference when helping students with their homework.

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    eGlossary

    An online glossary of vocabulary used within the Math Expressions program. The glossary includes audio, graphics, and animation.

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    eManipulatives

    Online manipulatives which are similar to the hands-on activities done in class – base ten blocks, counters, number lines, etc. These can be used by students as they complete their homework.

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    Accessible Algorithms

    Explains the algorithms (computational procedures) that students will learn for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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    Math Expressions Videos

    These videos are provided by the publisher and are intended for teachers as professional development on the routines in Math Expressions and the mathematics to be taught.  From a parent perspective, these videos provide insight on the ways that students are solving problems, what is being taught in the classroom, and how it is being taught.

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