My Math is aligned to the CCSS and provides Differentiated Instruction through My Learning Station and Real-World Problem-Solving Readers. I will submit the request for a live webinar with a specialist as soon as I hear back from you.
Sounds ominous, but I haven't gone to look through yet.
I have looked through Jumpmath and would love to use it -- however, they don't have US versions of Grades 1-3 yet, only 4-7 (and our area is K-4). I could deal with explaining to kids about color vs. colour and meter vs. meter, but I'm not sure other teachers (or some parents) would be as, um, easy-going?!
Anyway, any knowledge that people have of My Math -- or of US schools using Jumpmath materials would be great.
And I do promise to do my own homework as well, but it will be the weekend before I have time to do a good job of looking through the curriculum. Unless there's so little of it there that we won't be able to tell about it anyway!
Thank you for any help the blog readers can give! --
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Question from Jen
What do you all think of My Math from McGraw Hill?