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2011-2012 District Math Trainings
50 Ways to Leave Your Lecture
6th Accel Sharing
6th Grade Sharing Forum
6th Math Sharing
6th TAG Sharing
7th Grade ARRC Update
7th Grade Sharing Forum
7th Math Sharing
8th Grade ARRC Update
8th Math Sharing
Algebra 1 ARRC Update
Algebra 1 Sharing
Algebra 2 ARRC Update
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Round Rock ISD Secondary Math Team
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Welcome to our District's secondary math sharing forum. This site has been created with the intent for teachers of our district to come together and share ideas and resources. It will also provide information about trainings and policy. It is our hope that teachers feel free to share successes as well as challenges
that they encounter on their campuses.
Please visit the following links:
TEA Texas Algebra Ready (TXAR) website
Power Point Versions of Standards
*Click Here to View theCorrelation of OLD TEKSto NEW TEKS**
ARRC Resources and Lessons
Text Book Links
Links to publishers websites
Quantiles Information and Resources
Link to the Metametrics Site, Read information about Quantiles, and use the TEKS correlation spreadsheet
Question Banks to assess TAKS skills
Resources for English Language Learners
Dates for 2011-2012 Mathematics
Professional Development opportunities
Educational and Math Professional Readings
Keep up to date on Mathematics Educational Development through these organizations
Online Student Tutorials
Technology Resources and Information
Templates and Forms
View and download important forms or templates
Response to Intervention (RTI)
New Teacher Resources
Feeling overwhelmed? Can't get home before 8 pm? Lesson Plans piling up?
Students refuse to Cooperate?
Instructional Strategies Menu
"When Will I EVER Use This?"
To see how some working professionals use mathematics, visit any or all of these sites:
Math on the Job: How you use math at work
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