This question is intended for elementary schools using TERC's
Investigations mathematics curriculum -
The Pike School uses TERC in grades K-5. We like the program's
constructivist approach but know that it lags behind in areas such as
teaching standard algorithms and math facts/fluency. We are therefore
looking into activities that supplement TERC in these areas.
If you are currently using TERC and you are supplementing in the areas of
standard algorithms or math facts/fluency...
* What supplementary materials are you using? Did you develop these
materials yourselves, or are they publicly available?
* How do you use the materials? (10 minutes/day? weekly? in some units
* If you are using software or online resources as part of your
supplementary materials, what sites are you using?
Thanks in advance,
. . .
Director of Technology
34 Sunset Rock Road
Andover, MA 01810
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