Introducing our new e-Course – Common Core Math: Asking Questions That Get Students Engaged

I Think Zones

Your journey will be organized by Zones. In the I Think Zones — ITZs for short — lives the power of questions, essential to our students’ understanding and application of the State Standards for Mathematics.

The Docking Station

Once you register for the course, you have unlimited access to a virtual control room where you can link to people, resources, research, your own reflections, templates, your question bank, common core lesson plans — your tools in one place!

Dr. Art Costa, author and past ASCD president and Dr. Bob Garmston, author and NSDC former columnist, discuss this course.

Start your journey into Common Core Math: Asking Questions That Get Students Engaged

Take a look at  this interactive, engaging, rigorous e-Course that will uncover your thinking and help you discover new learning about how you can become a power user of questions tied directly to the State Standards for Mathematics. You’ll be glad you did!!

What people are saying

Education professionals weigh in on Common Core Math: Asking Questions That Get Students Engaged e-Course and its innovative approach to professional learning and practical applications.

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Our up-to-the moment community blog culls the wilds of the World Wide Web to curate just the best articles to help you increase your understanding of Common Core Standards.

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Course Tutorial

We have created a Common Core Math Thinking course tutorial to help you understand how the course works. Please click on the link below to learn how to use the course.

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Frequently asked questions?

Whether you’re new to Common Core Math Thinking or quickly becoming an old hand, you can visit our Frequently Asked Questions to find those answers that always come up. You’ll find answers to questions that are common to teachers, principals and district officials. Find information regarding billing, gaining college credit, setting up your account and the kinds of technologies we support.

If you can’t find the answer to your questions or want to set up a demonstration for your school or district, feel free to email the Common Core Math Thinking team and we’ll get back to you promptly.

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