CC Curriculum Manual for HS Math
It seems that everyone is planning their own curriculum for either the traditional Algebra or Integrated Math courses. If this continues we may end up with hundreds or even thousands of different curriculum guides and we may end up defeating the purpose of having a common core set of standards and practices.
Just for the first year, in order for all math educators to get a better picture of how to actually execute the CC with our students, didn't anyone think of coming up with a sample manual of some sort so we can see how the lessons focus and coherently flow throughout the course of the year then have sample assessments we can use in the classroom to measure the growth in rigor? The manual doesn't have to be complete since it may just look like an abridged textbook with some sample problems as examples. So is there some sort of training manual that models the Appendix A of the CCSS so the curriculum planners can also have some focus, coherence and rigor? Just wondering.
- Common Core