Carnegie Learning Math

The 6-8 program has a 2011 copyright so this school year is the first year it was available commercially. I do not know of any districts in WI that are currently using it at the middle school level. If any of you readers know of ANYONE using this middle school curriculum, I would love for you to share contact info.

All the teacher books are soft-cover and three hole punched.

We are trying to pilot some of the materials for the remainder of this school year with our students, just to start wrapping our brains around how it works. There is an online component, in addition to consumable student textbooks. I love that the texts are consumable so we are not stuck with a text for 6 yrs. They have the ability to update and change things on a yearly basis.

I am still very unclear how this personalized learning approach will play out in our classrooms. In 7th grade we are starting the year in our separate three math classrooms, but by semester we plan on teaching as a large group (although there is no space for 90 kids to be in a room together). hink that in the end we are starting something that will really be transformational math education.

There will lots of inservicing and other training for us as we move into uncharted territory. Our director of instruction and our principal are both huge supporters of what we are attempting to do. I will be doing lot of work this summer to prepare myself for all the changes next year. I am just so pleased to have what I feel is a great curriculum to support this major shift in delivery model. Again if any of you have any connections or experience with Carnegie I would love to hear from you! I plan on perusing these over Spring Break.


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A few places to start...
The first two of these require a small "full access" fee, but give some added value in return; the third is the link to the mathematics courses on MIT's open courseware site.
College to Advanced
There are also lots of home schooling alternatives out there now too, for anyone wishing to teach themselves or others. There are quite a few books on mathematics and maths courses through online retailers for example.

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  • Avatar Jessica What is an easy online grade book for middle school teachers?
    Aug 12, 2012 by Jessica | Posted in Teaching

    I am teaching multiple grade levels 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math and wanted to use a web based grading book that allows you to print up reports for each student. Thanks in advance!!

    • I'm sure it's not the most powerful grading book, but I have been using Edmodo ( for a little over a year.

      Essentially, it's a secure social network designed for classrooms. You can post assign …
      "What's my grade?"
      "Have you checked Edmodo?"
      "Well... check."

      It even has a decent smartphone app on the Android/Apple market.