Home


eLibrary


Store

Log In
Email:
Password:

Forgot password?
Click here

Sign up
Subscribe to Newsletter
Email:  

3527 Mt. Diablo Blvd. #268
Lafayette, CA 94549
510.635.8033
Fax 866.383.4570
info@my-ecoach.com

Contact Us


Partners:













You are here arrow Home arrow eLibrary



Add to My LockerWeb Site
National Security Agency: Collected Math Units

This site is sponsored by the National Security Agency's (NSA) Mathematics Education Partnership Program (MEPP). Included are lessons developed by teachers for elementary grades (arithmetic, data analysis, fractions, geometry, probability/patterns), middle grades (pre-algebra, algebra/graphing/statistics, geometry, number theory, interdisciplinary), and high school (pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus, Internet, science, and modeling).

Published by National Security Agency and Central Security Service in 2004

• Click here for this Web Site
Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Curriculum Areas:Mathematics
Themes/Keywords: Mathematics


Vocabulary
arithmetic, data analysis, fractions, geometry, probability, patterns, pre-algebra, graphing, statistics, number theory, trigonometry, algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, modeling


Essential Question(s)
1. What are the best ways to engage students K-12 in learning mathematics?

Discussion Question(s)
1. How can math concepts be taught in engaging ways?
2. What are the best ways to address standards while helping students understand the various areas in mathematics?

Extension and Activities
1. Suggest that small groups of students select a lesson for their grade level in a particular math area and follow the lesson. Then let them share the lesson with their class.
2. Suggest that students select a lesson below their grade level and teach it to a younger student.


"I believe My eCoach will help me find the answer to getting online professional development for technology in the hands of teachers. I am using the survey to create online signups for my Wednesday Workshops after school. When I discovered the Lesson Plan project template, I decided to use it as a way to walk teachers through training online, where they can access everything I have to offer in the afternoon workshops. Now they can do it on their own time and at their own pace."


pictureSharon Sumner
Technology Coordinator
Sullivan School District - Sullivan, MO






My eCoach® 1999-2014, all rights reserved
Division of Computer Strategies, LLC
Terms of Use • Privacy Policy • Contact Us • Get Firefox • Site Map
About • Examples • News • Membership • eCoaching • FAQ • Tell a Friend • Contribute