Collaborate with IM authors, fellow teachers, and leaders in the IM Community Hub.
We’ve done the heavy lifting, so you can focus on your students.
We know you want to serve your students in the best way possible, but you also need to be able to address unfinished learning and potential skills loss from last year. We’ve got your back. In the IM Community Hub, you can develop and share effective strategies and resources for teaching IM K–12 Math, especially in distance and hybrid learning environments.
What’s In the IM Community Hub?
- IM-created resources for both distance and unfinished learning
- Discussions focused on strategies for effective mathematics education
- A network of like-minded math educators dedicated to helping all students
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Take a closer look at the
- Curriculum Adaptation Packs
- Cool-down Supports
- Professional Learning
- Section Planning Guides
- Video Lesson Summaries
About the Curriculum
IM K-12 Math is a problem-based core curriculum designed to address content and practice standards to foster learning for all. Students learn by doing math, solving problems in mathematical and real-world contexts, and constructing arguments using precise language.
According to EdReports, an independent nonprofit that reviews K–12 instructional materials, IM 6-8 Math and IM 9–12 Math met all expectations across all three gateways for focus, coherence, rigor, mathematical practices, and usability.
It’s nice to know that in these trying times, IM is thinking around all the possibilities and has supports and plans for the different teaching that will happen this Fall. I feel like I can contact the company if I have a question, and I also feel supported in having a plan on what to teach, when to teach, and resources that are available…IM has been very thorough in this process.
Anna Blakeslee, Math Specialist, Oregon
It is reassuring that IM authors understand the circumstances of our teachers and students that the pandemic created. The direction is clear, coherent, and the materials are easily accessible for all stakeholders. Illustrative Mathematics is a partner for student learning, and continues to evolve to meet the needs of students and teachers.
Shannon Kenyon, Curriculum Resource Teacher, Math/Science, Idaho