Just head over to the Atrium—they'll be in booth #11,and would love a chance to meet you in person and give you an Excel Math pen.
While you're there, have some chocolate and take a look at the latest Excel Math materials for teaching to the new TEKS.
Texas Teacher Editions are now available for Kindergarten through Grade 6.
TEKS aligned and STAAR ready, these new Teacher Editions include new TEKS objectives plus:
- discussion suggestions
- new teaching ideas
- new manipulatives and reproducible patterns
- various problem-solving techniques
- added rigor and
- more emphasis on those concepts new to students in each grade level.
Excel Math Texas Teacher Editions—TEKS aligned & STAAR ready
Our Grades 2 - 6 Texas Teacher Editions include a reproducible Budget Worksheet to help students develop a system for keeping and using financial records and to learn to balance a budget when expenses exceed income.
Within each grade level, we correlate the Excel Math Lessons, Stretches, Activities and Exercises to each Texas standard. You can see correlations by lesson number beginning about page 9 or 10.
Take a look at the new Texas grade level correlations and sample lessons for Kindergarten through Grade 6. Click on the colorful sample bars on the web page to choose your grade level(s). Scroll down the web page to see the correlations and click on the round buttons: http://excelmath.com/downloads/state_stdsTX.html
Excel Math is affordable — only $1.00/month per student
Excel Math is just $12.00 per student for an entire year of lessons and tests—only $1.00 per month for each student.
Try Excel Math with your adopted curriculum and watch your students succeed.
Jasper ISD used us for the first time last year and their 4th grade went from 48% passing to 68% passing the STAAR. That's a 42% increase!
Professional Development seminar today
Our vice-president Bob would be glad to provide you and your colleagues with a couple of hours of inservice training with Excel Math (at minimal cost to cover travel expenses), once you start using the program. One of his seminars specifically addresses best practices for Transitioning to the new TEKS using Excel Math.
Additionally the in-service includes how to effectively blend Excel Math with an adopted core curriculum for maximum instruction. Feel free to call Bob, visit him in the booth or send him an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find more information about Bob's presentations on our website: http://www.excelmath.com/downloads/state_stdsTX.html#TexasPD
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