The beginning of any school year can be nerve-wracking, especially with a new math curriculum. The following 5 blogs written by Eureka Math teacher-writers and Eureka users like you offer tips and strategies for proper implementation:
Resisting the Urge to Reteach for Mastery by MaryJo Wieland Most students won't fully understand a new math concept the first time being taught. Learn how to avoid reteaching for mastery and to instead use the curriculum's cyclical nature of revisiting concepts to promote math fluency.
IT'S NOT A SCRIPT by MaryJo Wieland There's a general misunderstanding among some Eureka Math teachers that lessons are to be read as a script. Learn how to use the lessons' vignettes as a guide to customizing your own lessons and instruction.
PACING AND PREPARATION by Pia Mohsen Time is one of the most valuable resources to a Eureka Math educator. This blog teaches you how to prepare a module and a lesson to fit time constraints and provides an efficient plan of attack for implementation using the Pacing and Preparation Guide.
EUREKA AT HOME: SUPPORTING FAMILIES FROM THE START by MaryJo Wieland Parents are a child's chief advocate and need to be confident in helping their children outside of the classroom despite having learned math in a different way. This blog details the many Eureka Math resources available to parents and how you can foster the development of young minds through the support of their parents.
EUREKA MATH LESSON STRUCTURES by Catriona Anderson & Beau Bailey Learn the components of a Eureka Math lesson to properly prepare for instruction and to understand the differences between elementary and secondary lesson structures.