Below are a variety of resources to support educators and administrators in the implementation of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and the Standards for Mathematical Practices

### Foundations of Common Core Math

### Appendix

- Math Appendix A – Designing high schools courses based on the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics

### Learning Progressions

- Common Core Standards Progressions for K-12
- Coherence Map – Visual representation of connections between Common Core Math Standards
- TurnOnCCMath – Learning trajectories for the K-8 Common Core Math Standards

### Understanding the Standards

### Advocacy

- What Works Clearinghouse Math Practice Guides – Practice guides for educators to help find effective tools.

### Parent Resources

- Ask Dr. Math
- KhanAcademy
- HippoCampus
- WeUseMath
- Parent’s Guide to Student Success – Developed by teachers, parents and education experts in response to the Common Core State Standards. The guides are also available in Spanish.
- Parent Roadmaps to Common Core Math – Provide guidance to parents about what their children will be learning and how they can support that learning in grades K-8.
- National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- New Mexico Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- Illustrating the Standards for Mathematical Practice – 2-3 hour modules focusing on the math practices and is designed to be used to support teacher exploration of multiple practices across multiple grades.
- Inside Mathematics
*Principles to Action*Professional Learning Toolkit

### Webinars

- Leading Sites for Mathematics Teachers
- Tools for the Common Core – As a math team coordinator in the writing of the Common Core in Mathematics, Bill McCallum keeps a blog on resources related to the implementation of the Common Core.
**Common Core Math Flipbooks**– Developed by Kansas, these flipbooks are intended to show connections between the Common Core Math standards and the Standards for Math Practices. They provide a*sample*of instructional strategies and examples with the goal of guiding students in understanding and making sense of mathematics.- Which One Doesn’t Belong
- Mathematics Assessment Project
- Math Snacks
- YouCubed
- Number Talks
- NCTM Illuminations

### Tools

### Open Educational Resources (OER)

- Illustrative Mathematics
- Eureka Mathematics & EngageNY
- Mathematics Vision Project – Instructional Resources for Grades 9-12.