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Topic: Everyday Math
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mk2009

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Registered: 5/12/10
Everyday Math
Posted: May 12, 2010 8:57 PM
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I teach second grade, and our school district uses Everyday Math grades K-6. I, along with several of my colleagues, loathe this math curriculum because it does not teach the students the necessary skills they need to learn. For example, Everyday Math does not devote the attention it should to two-digit addition and subtraction; and this is a skill that should be mastered by the end of second grade. I have to supplement constantly to make up for what Everyday Math does not teach. I am currently looking for teaching jobs in other school districts and am curious about their math programs. Could anyone share info on other math curriculums and how they benefit the students?


Date Subject Author
5/12/10
Read Everyday Math
mk2009
5/24/10
Read Re: Everyday Math
Nancy Chaney
10/5/10
Read Re: Everyday Math
Mark Ge

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