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I would suggest trying to get a good understanding of the three big shifts and the eight mathematical practices. Between those big ideas, it really helps to shift the paradigm of thinking and re-evaluate how you present the materials. You can find good resources for this information on achievethecore.org. There are also iTunesU courses that are free and more interactive for the learner. Just do a search under iTunesU courses for CCSS for Teachers and you can choose either Math or ELA at different grade levels. Several of the Teaching Channel videos are very helpful when just starting too!
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