Welcome to your home for getting ready for using our MATHbook with your students. We've assembled a video series that will walk you through the materials, introduce you to the course (straight from our authors!), and even included some tips for surviving the first few days of the school year.
We'll be adding more materials through the fall, so please bookmark this page and check back often!
This article is for MSMS and HSMS MATHbook (4th edition) customers. If you are looking for the previous edition, please go here.
We highly recommend having students use binders to manage their work. The Managing the Textbooks video below shows how to rip apart (yes, rip apart!) pages from the book and also highlights using binders as a way for students more easily managing their materials.
We've provided the downloadable kit below to help you and your students to set that up, as well as classroom posters, sticker chart templates, and more!
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Check out some examples of how some teachers manage the textbooks in their classroom.
Here we'll share some tips for the first few days of school, including collaborative activities to try out and other suggestions. TAGS: classroom strategies, class strategies, first three days, 1st 3 days, beginning of the year, activities, team building, group work, get to know your students, etc.
We've converted student lessons into PowerPoint and Google Slides formats so that you can present the lessons during class, helping to guide students as you facilitate the lesson.
You already know how important it is to have your students working collaboratively, but now you need to be strategic as to how you put them into groups. This video will share some tips on creating groups at the start of the school year.
Module overview videos for your course can be found on the textbook page of your MyCL account.