Mathematics in Context
Rally for the Real World - Prepare Students for Math Understanding Beyond the Classroom!
Celebrated for its application to the real world, this research-based curriculum uses representational models, model strategies, and familiar problem-solving contexts to actively engage middle-school students in learning and understanding rich mathematics. Featuring content specifically created to match the Practice and Content Standards of the Common Core, as well as state math standards, Mathematics in Context (MiC) can be purchased as a complete program or by any of 28 individual topics available in pdf, print, and interactive digital formats.
• MiC builds students’ critical thinking skills to lay the perfect foundation for Algebra.
• Lessons encourage collaborative learning and discussions.
• Specific recommendations for intervention, advanced learners, and
English-Language Learners are found throughout the Teacher’s Guides and individual lessons.
• Easy-to-use digital models for number lines, ratio tables, fraction bars, percent bars, and double number lines help move students from concrete to more abstract understanding.
• Built-in formative assessment opportunities, quizzes, and a summative test for all units, along with scoring rubrics, help teachers monitor students’ progress and inform instruction.
Mathematics in Context Includes
• 28 Individual Student Books
• 28 Individual Teacher Guides
• Companion Practice Workbooks–one per grade level
• ExamView Assessment Suite
• Number Tools & Algebra Tools Student Workbooks
• Blackline Master Teacher Guides
• Manipulative Kit
• Mathematics in Context Overview
Check out what others are saying about us...
“When our students are in a traditional program, they aren’t seeing how numbers are related to anything in their life. MiC gives them that connection to real life objects. It builds the bridge.”
Instructional Coach, Christiana School District
“One parent shared that this is the first time her daughter understood math.”
Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction, Penn-Delco School District