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Make It Your Own

Engage your students with 3-Act Math and Pick a Project so they practice making math concepts their own.


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  TUTORIAL  •  RUN TIME  05:00

Teaching a Lesson

Wondering about a day in the life of an enVision student and teacher? Learn more about the instructional design of enVision Mathematics and dig in to the 3-step lesson structure.

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  DOCUMENT  •  2 PAGES

A Day In The Life

A lesson structure so organized, it's sure to spark joy in you. Get a peek into a day in the life of enVision Mathematics students and teachers using the 3-step lesson structure as a guide.

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  TUTORIAL  •  RUN TIME  04:30

3-Act Math

3-Act Math tasks engage students with interesting video scenarios that encourage students to brainstorm, create models, and get excited about math. Learn how to plan, pace, and lead these high-interest, low-entry tasks that will get your students thinking mathematically!

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  DOCUMENT  •  7 PAGES

3-ACT MATH Tasks: Authentic Engagement with Mathematical Ideas

You have questions about student engagement, we have answers. 3-ACT MATH Tasks are built upon this foundational idea: Students are more engaged in mathematics when they are authentically invested in the task. As will be detailed in this paper, this investment is far beyond that which students generally experience with a traditional “real-world” task.

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Pick a Project

Learn how to plan, pace, and guide students as they tackle their projects. Pick a Project is a fun and engaging way to combine student choice and differentiation with real-world application.

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  DOCUMENT  •  7 PAGES

PROJECTS: Opportunities for Conceptual Connections, High-Interest Tasks, and Differentiation

Everything you always wanted to know about projects. Check out this article, written by enVision Mathematics authors, to learn how projects are an engaging way to provide students with choice while helping them make connections between what they learned and real-world concepts.

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