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Continuous Learning Components
Additional Resources
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 Eureka Math in Sync with the Eureka Math® Digital Suite
 Eureka Math in Sync with Affirm®
 Eureka Math in Sync with Didax^{®} Virtual Manipulatives
 Eureka Math in Sync with Eureka Math Equip™
 Eureka Math in Sync with the Eureka Math Professional Development
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Continuous Learning Components
The Learn Anywhere Plan
The Learn Anywhere Plan provides key information about the organization of Eureka Math in Sync lessons and how instruction is shared between the Great Minds® teacher and the classroom teacher. The Learn Anywhere Plan has two levels: Module Level and Lesson Level.
Module Level Learn Anywhere Plan
The Module Level of the Learn Anywhere Plan provides an ataglance look at the recommendations from Great Minds teacher–writers.
The Student Debriefs are opportunities to engage students in meaningful discussion. Student Debriefs offer four approaches to facilitating discussion.
 Sample Solution: Analyze samples of accurate solutions (student or teacher created) to reinforce procedures, strategies, and pictorial representations
 Error Analysis: Identify and correct errors and misconceptions in sample solutions
 Connection: Recognize a connection or relationship across problems or key concepts either within a lesson or between a current lesson and previous learning
 Impact: Observe and understand the impact of a key concept in a lesson (often paired with another approach to provide a visual support)
Lesson Level Learn Anywhere Plan
The Lesson Level of the Learn Anywhere Plan provides a closer look at the lesson components and recommendations for delivery.
Prekindergarten through Grade 5
 Learning objective that provides the focus of instruction
 Materials needed to engage with the lesson video
 Relevant terminology
 Description of the video instruction and asynchronous assignment
 Prioritized content for each lesson component provides recommendations for facilitation (in person or virtual) and approaches to the Student Debrief discussion
 Description of how the focus of this lesson is applied in future instruction and links to followup resources
Grade 6 through Grade 12
 Student Outcomes
 Materials needed to engage with the lesson video
 Relevant terminology
 Description of the video instruction and asynchronous assignment
 Recommendations for teacher facilitation and the Student Debrief
 Description of how the focus of this lesson is applied in future instruction and links to followup resources
TeacherFacilitated Math Discourse
Discourse is an essential component of effective math instruction, and it is especially critical when facilitating learning in a virtual or hybrid model. Through discourse, students have opportunities to share ideas, clarify understandings, construct arguments about how and why things work, develop precise language skills, and learn to view problems from diverse perspectives. Discourse, therefore, is a powerful tool for teachers to advance the mathematical learning of the whole class (NCTM 2014).
Eureka Math in Sync provides teachers with Topic Facilitation materials to incorporate in discussion throughout the learning process. The two core components of the Topic Facilitation materials are Lesson slides (Grades PK–5) and Student Debrief slides (Grades 6–12) and Topic Discourse slides.
Lesson Slides (PK–5)
Lesson slides allow teachers to project the Application Problem and selected Student Debrief tasks to engage students in discussions about problemsolving strategies and student sense making throughout each lesson. Where applicable, sample student work is provided to engage students in comparing, explaining, or building on math ideas.
Student Debrief Slides (Grades 6–12)
Student Debrief slides provide visual companions as needed for the Student Debrief in each lesson's Learn Anywhere Plan. They can be used as opportunities to generate discussion and further students' mathematical reasoning and critical thinking.
Topic Discourse Slides
In addition to making discourse a regular part of the daily lesson experience, Eureka Math in Sync includes materials for topiclevel discourse. Topic Discourse slides show specific tasks and sample student work from the lessons in the topic and are intended to spark thinking and discussion beyond the learning objectives of each day's lesson. The features of these checkpoints, indicated in the image below, are consistent from Prekindergarten through Grade 12. Because Eureka Math lessons gradually build in complexity, Topic Discourse materials engage students in generalizing about and reflecting on the essential knowledge they have been learning across a series of lessons.
DiscussionBased Assessment
Assessment should support learning by providing teachers and students with useful information. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics defines assessment as “the process of gathering evidence about a student's knowledge of, ability to use, and disposition toward mathematics and of making inferences from that evidence for a variety of purposes” (NCTM 1995, 3). The council further defines four distinct purposes for assessment of school mathematics:
 Monitoring students' progress
 Making nextstep instructional decisions
 Evaluating students' achievement
 Evaluating program structures and teaching practices
The resources in Eureka Math already achieve these goals because they contain rigorous tasks that require students to demonstrate their knowledge at strategic points over the course of a module. When used formatively, the information gleaned from student work on assessment tasks can guide decisions and support continual growth toward essential mathematics goals.
Eureka Math in Sync expands the capacity of classroom teachers to assess students' knowledge and growth through discussionbased assessments. A discussionbased assessment is a oneonone conversation between the teacher and a student about what the student has learned at each module milestone. You can conduct discussions facetoface in the regular or virtual classroom or even over the phone, and such discussions are good opportunities to connect with your students at a deeper level as you dig into their understanding about the essential learning of the module.
After your students have completed and submitted a given module assessment, follow up with them individually by using the discussionbased assessment questions in the module's Learn Anywhere Plan.
Additional Resources
NOTE: The resources in this section require additional purchase.
Eureka Math in Sync with the Eureka Math Digital Suite
Accessible anytime and anywhere, the Eureka Math Digital Suite consists of two exceptional online resources.
 The Navigator is an interactive digital version of the Grades PK–12 curriculum and professional development platform that offers all the features of the print editions plus embedded PD videos to demonstrate key instructional practices. The colorcoded map of modules helps you easily navigate the curriculum to study the trajectory of topics and prepare to differentiate instruction.
 The Teach Eureka Video Series contains 18 onehour sessions for each grade (PK–12) and is organized sequentially by module. The curriculum's authors help you understand the Eureka Math's foundational mathematical concepts and instructional strategies, so you can confidently tailor lessons to meet your classroom's needs.
Digital Suite Feature 
Using with Eureka Math in Sync 
Teacher and Student Edition


Foundational and Focus standards


Coherence Links (PK–5)


Curriculum Overview


Videos


Eureka Math in Sync with Affirm
Affirm gives educators access to a database of formative items that the curriculum's teacher–writers crated as well as analytics tools to help teachers track student progress and identify areas of need.
Affirm Feature 
Using with Eureka Math in Sync 
Assessments for Grades 1–12


Data Reporting


Customizable Assessments


Eureka Math in Sync with Didax^{® }Virtual Manipulatives
Eureka Math has partnered with Didax to provide resources needed to effectively implement the curriculum. Virtual tools have been specifically selected to develop student understanding, minimize distractions, and maximize coherence between grades.
Didax Feature 
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Eureka Math in Sync with Eureka Math Equip™
Eureka Math Equip includes modulebymodule preassessments that identify gaps in content knowledge and link seamlessly to targeted instruction, setting students up for success in the module ahead. The following components are available for all modules in Eureka Math in Grades 1–12.
 Premodule Assessments: These adaptive assessments use branch logic to create a custom question path for each student to help teachers pinpoint conceptual gaps and misunderstandings before every module.
 Assessment Reporting: Teachers can see individual student performance as well as class trends and receive recommendations for grouping students with similar needs on supporting concepts.
 Instructional Recommendation: Supporting activities, lessons, or lesson components that draw on previous gradelevel content can help students overcome gaps in foundational knowledge identified in the premodule assessments.
 Streamlined Pacing: Versatile pacing suggestions help teachers keep students on track with current gradelevel work while catching up on previous material—without adding instructional days.
Eureka Math Equip Feature 
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Premodule Assessments


Assessment Reporting


Instructional Recommendations


Streamlined Pacing


Eureka Math in Sync with the Eureka Math Professional Development
Eureka Math offers a variety of professional development resources to help teachers grow and learn.
Professional Development 
Using with Eureka Math in Sync 
Webinars


Blogs


Virtual or InPerson Facilitations


Continuous Learning with Eureka Math in Sync Training


Works Cited
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). 1995. Assessment Standards for Teaching Mathematics. Reston, VA: NCTM.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). 2014. Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All. Reston, VA: NCTM.