Mathematics

Published: 10/28/2013 10:22 AM
  • Kentucky's Mathematics and Science Partnership Program

    The Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) program is intended to increase the academic achievement of students in mathematics and science by enhancing the content knowledge and teaching skills of classroom teachers.

     

  • Mathematics - Elementary

    The elementary mathematics page is organized using categories: 1. Curriculum, 2. Instruction, 3. Assessment, 4. Highlighted Supports and 5. State/National agencies and organizations. Each link connects to additional information and resources including professional development opportunities, KDE-produced resources and professional organizations. Additions to this page will be made as they become available.

     

  • Mathematics - High School

    The high school mathematics page is organized using categories: 1. Curriculum, 2. Instruction, 3. Assessment, 4. Highlighted Supports and 5. State/National agencies and organizations. Each link connects to additional information and resources including professional development opportunities, KDE-produced resources and professional organizations. Additions to this page will be made as they become available.

     

  • Mathematics – Meaning-Driven Fluency

    “There is much discussion centered on how to help students become successful learners in this area. One of the primary terms that teachers use to describe this goal is mathematical fluency. Similar to becoming fluent in a particular language – learning how to communicate with meaning using new words and structures, the process of becoming mathematically fluent deals with how children’s understanding of a quantitative “language” and the underlying ideas develop over time,” Jonathan Thomas writes in “TOWARDS MEANING--DRIVEN MATH FLUENCY.” This paper is posted by the Kentucky Department of Education to build math educators’ understanding of mathematical fluency with the support and approval of Kentucky’s Committee for Mathematics Achievement.

     

  • Mathematics - Middle School

    The middle school mathematics page is organized using categories: 1. Curriculum, 2. Instruction, 3. Assessment, 4. Highlighted Supports and 5. State/National agencies and organizations. Each link connects to additional information and resources including professional development opportunities, KDE-produced resources and professional organizations. Additions to this page will be made as they become available.
     
  • Mathematics - PERKS

    The Mathematics Program Effectiveness Review for Kentucky Schools is a checklist of "best practices" for mathematics education in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It has been closely aligned with the Standards and Indicators for School Improvement document. It has been designed so that a person could walk through a school, interview teachers, and review schoolwide documents and develop evidence as to the effectiveness of the mathematics education program in a school.

     

  • Mathematics Achievement Fund (MAF) Grant

    The Mathematics Achievement Fund (MAF) grant provides schools with funds for teacher training (otherwise not provided by the KCM) and implementation of mathematics diagnostic assessment and intervention services and program(s) that address the needs of students in the primary program who are struggling with mathematics.

     

  • Mathematics Assessment

    Kentucky's educational reforms are based upon the principle that schools must be held accountable for the progress of their students. Frequent, meaningful testing is required to assess the extent of student progress toward proficiency; accurate, understandable reporting is required so that all stakeholders in Kentucky education have the data needed for making effective decisions concerning school policies, programs and curricula.

     

  • Mathematics Deconstructed Standards

    The COMPLETE set of deconstructed standards for Mathematics is now available! These were created collaboratively by teachers and leaders across the Commonwealth. Please note that these deconstructions have been reviewed, edited, and revised based on feedback from internal and external reviewers.

     

  • Mathematics Instructional Resources

    This page contains teaching resources and links to enhance the teaching of mathematics.

     

  • Parent Resource for Mathematics

Robin Hill
Office of Next-Generation Learners
Division of Program Standards
500 Mero Street, 18th Floor CPT
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-2106
Fax (502) 564-9848