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Five Practices (+2) for Engaging Students in the Mathematical Discourse of the Classroom

My first decade of teaching mathematics in the 1980’s consisted of using worked-out examples and emphasizing memorized procedures. My....

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Pomeroy Selected As National Teacher Of The Month For November 2021

Menlo Park, CA: Amy Pomeroy, a Grades 8–12 Mathematics Teacher at Southwick Regional School (MA), has been named the Open Up Resources....

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Things I Wish I Had Known...

Veteran teachers of the Open Up Resources EL Education K–8 Language Arts program share their learnings throughout the years.

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Kiera Bruce Selected as National Teacher of the Month for October 2021

Kiera Bruce, a 6th-grade math teacher at Swann Middle School of Guilford County Schools (NC), has been named the Open Up Resources....

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Open Up Resources + onebillion Partnership Highlighted By Cisco

In a Cisco blog post, onebillion’s partnership with Open Up Resources for the FULCRUM education initiative, based in Oakland, CA and led....

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Durable Learning Means Interrupting Forgetting

If you are using the Open Up High School Mathematics curriculum, you are most likely familiar with the Ready, Set, Go independent....

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The Inclusion of All

How Community Coach, Theresa Wills, and her co-teacher made Bookworms K–5 Reading & Writing accessible for ALL students

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Webinar Series Explores Bookworms K-5 Reading and Writing

The Bookworms K-5 Reading and Writing curriculum is highly regarded for its evidenced-based, straightforward routines that support both....

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Lilly Coe Selected As National Teacher Of The Month For September 2021

Menlo Park, CA: Lilly Coe, a 2nd grade teacher at Mason County Eastern Schools (MI), has been named the Open Up Resources Teacher of the....

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Making Student Work Central In Mathematics

If you've taken a dive into the Open Up High School Mathematics curriculum, you may have noticed that each lesson begins with a problem....

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