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Program Supports are updated regularly and help teachers interpret and implement the Programs of study. For Math, Look for Achievement Indicators. This document provides concrete examples of what achieving an outcome might look like.
Authorized Resources: AB Education reviews and recommends 2-4 comprehensive programs per subject/grade
Authorized Resources Database is searchable, and includes Basic resources (Textbooks/programs), Support resources, and Teaching resources.
All basic programs by grade are listed in grade-level tabs ABOVE. Schools typically purchase at least one program. Teachers can draw on multiple programs or can choose to evaluate and use other materials as needed.
(Raeesa Shivji) How can we get young math learners to reflect on their mathematical thinking to help them better understand fundamental math concepts, deepen their comprehension, and keep them engaged?