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Bellevue Parents and Community Members

Bellevue School District is in the process of piloting two new mathematics curriculum for Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2. The Adoption Committee has selected two resources to pilot over the course of the 2022-2023 school year. During the 1st semester, Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2 (AGA) teachers will be piloting Carnegie Learning and MATHia adaptive software. Starting in 2nd semester, teachers will be piloting Illustrative Mathematics and Aleks adaptive software. Not all of our mathematics educators opted-in to pilot these resources.

We wanted to make sure all our stakeholders have an opportunity to review these resources and provide feedback. We will be sending out two surveys to our AGA parents, one for each resource we pilot. You can expect the first survey to be emailed in mid-to-late January, 2023. The second survey will be sent out in early April, 2023. This is your opportunity to provide us feedback, comments, questions as we work to adopt new resources to better serve our teachers and students in these three courses. Below are links to learn more and preview the curricular resources being piloted during the 2022-2023 school year.

Carnegie Learning:

EdReports Review

Preview Curriculum:
Carnegie Learning

Username: Demo3
Password: Longlivemath

 

Illustrative Mathematics:

Illustrative Mathematics is an Open Educational Resource (OER) and that means that the curriculum is free to schools, districts and publishers. Therefore, different curriculum publishers will publish this resource, but the content is very similar, if not the exact same, from publisher to publisher.

EdReports Review (McGraw Hill)/ EdReports Review (Kendall Hunt)

Preview Curriculum:
Illustrative Mathematics

Under “For Students” or “For Families” and then select a course you would like to preview. There is no username or password needed as this is an Open Educational Resource (OER).


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