Welcome to ESD 105 Mathematics Department
ESD 105 Online Math ServicesSome see weeds, some make wishes...How true these words are today. No one chooses to have a yard full of dandelions, yet it might be the only thing keeping your yard green.
Resources for Students:
In tough times generosity abounds. There are many free math resources for student use. Here are a few that have come across my email…
i-Ready.com/AtHome For K-8 Students
These packs are designed to reinforce key concepts and provide students with valuable self-directed exercises and practice during extended absences from school.
Printable activity packs are available for grades K-8, for reading and mathematics, in English and Spanish Language versions. The packs require no software licenses, contact information, or passwords, and are available to any educator or parent who finds them valuable.
SFUSD Math Elementary School Closure Lessons For K-5 Students
In preparation for school closures, SFUSD has produced 10 days of activities that teachers can choose to assign to students for them to complete at home. The stand-alone activities are designed for students to do on paper without technology and are available to all under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
All Elementary lesson plans and student pages (both English and Spanish versions) are Google Docs located in grade-level Google Drive folders that you can access.
Origo at Home: For K-5 Students
Origo has created weekly, digital content plans for home use. The weekly plans contain activities for each day, along with digitally accessible or downloadable resources, designed for delivery by a caregiver or remote teacher. These resources complement the mathematical concepts and skills your students are learning at their grade level.
Great Minds: Knowledge on the Go For K-12 Students
From the publishers of Eureka Math, Great Minds Knowledge on the Go are providing online resources for K-12 Math, K-8 English Language Arts and 3-5 Science. New video lessons will be posted daily.
OSPI OER Core Instructional Material Options for Mathematics For K-12 Students
These are full-course openly licensed resources for districts interested in exploring OER options when considering core instructional materials. Course materials are available for online viewing or download.
Link to OSPI Math Page
Four weeks of ongoing math learning for grades K-8. Fawn, an amazing math professional development provider and math coach, has posted 4 weeks of content learning from sites like Open Middle, Which One Doesn't Belong and the Math Learning Center. In addition Fawn has linked other resources that can be accessed as well. Take a look- Well worth the time!
DREME: Development and Research in Early Mathematics Education For Pre K Students
A resource for families and caregivers to support young children's early math learning.
Some of Dawn's Favorite Math Sites...
Math For Love: Games and resources for teachers and parents.
Solve Me Puzzles: Online math puzzles for students to play.
Youcubed: Select the Tasks and More Tab for activites for students.
Math Blasts!Week Two Link: Video Link March 30, 2020Previous Math Blasts:Week One Link: Video Link March 23, 2020Each week the ESD 105 Math Department is committed to providing "free" weekly professional learning. Offerings include professional learning for both K-5 and 6-12 grade bands. The highlights of the week will be in the form of a very short Youtube Video with more details listed in the Information Link.
This Weeks Highlights: (March 30th- April 3rd)Engaging in Math Games: Repeated Session from 1:00-3:00Monday, March 30: 126378 Zoom LinkWednesday, April 1st: Zoom LinkThursday, April 2nd: Zoom LinkSecondary STEM it UP! 15 Clock Hours for Secondary Math Teachers. This will be an ongoing course over several weeks. Enroll Here!Zoom 101- April 2nd from 12:00-1:00. A one hour introduction to tools in Zoom. Zoom/Enrollment LinkNext Weeks Highlights: (April 6th- 10th)
Online Math Opportunties from Around the State!Developing Conceptual Understanding thru Productive Routines: High SchoolUsing Routines to Teach High School Mathematics with a Focus on Quadratic Functions, Desmos, and ModelingMathematics for Human Flourising-- A Book StudyDawn Sparks
Regional Math Coordinatoroffice: (509) 853-1100cell: (509) 910-6227Jeff CrawfordESD 105 Math Coordinator-SecondaryCell: (509) 720-9548Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLuke MatlackMigrant Math and Science CoordinatorOffice: (509) 853-2043