Mathematics

Math

 

  Common Core State Standards 

Mathematics

To find out what skills your child is expected to master,

click on the link above and use the menu on the left side of the page to select your child's grade

Investigations

     At PS 230, we offer our students a rich learning experience.  Every day our students receive instruction in reading, writing, math, social studies and science.  Our teachers use various curriculum resources to ensure that all students are able to achieve academic success.

Math

     In keeping with our philosophy of real-world problem solving,

PS 230 uses TERC's Investigations in Number, Data and Space as the basis for our math curriculum.

     To learn more about the program, pleaseclick here.

 

     Please visit Grade-Level Pages  for more information about math units of study each month.

Xtra Practice

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XtraMath is available for

PS 230 students to use at home!

 

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100 Questions to Promote Mathematical Discourse

Parents often ask questions about the new approach to math instruction in Common Core curriculum. 

Here is a sample of the questions that teachers are asking their students during math class!Questions that promote Mathematical Discourse, What Strategy did you use? Could you share your method with the class? Is this a reasonable answer?  How did you reach that conclusion?  What is another way you could solve this problem? What do you need to do next?
Which words were most important?  Why? Do you see a pattern?  How did you think about the problem?   Have you ever solved a problem like this before?  What skills did you use?  Is there a real life situation where this could be used?Would another method work better?  How would you explain what you know right now?  What were the mathematical ideas in this problem?