SUMMIT Plan - A list of lessons with a large store of random problems to help your students learn math. Containing 365 different lessons, each lesson includes a theoretically unlimited amount of problems to solve.
NYSED Mathematics Learning Standards - The NYSED Mathematics Learning Standards allow a teacher to better gauge what to teach and how to teach it. While that seems simplistic, it is essential because the skills the standards point to are essential when it comes to learning math. As neither grade nor student are the same, different standards exist for different grades.
Elementary standards exist for the elementary learner. At this point, a student is just learning the methods and rules.
Intermediate, or Middle School, is a series of standards for the more advanced math. This includes Algebra, fractions, percentages, and exponents, which also are covered by Elementary standards.
High School standards cover such subjects as Calculus, Advanced Algebra, and probability. Computer code, binary, and integrated algebra utilize such standards.
Each standard is related to the end-of-year tests, or Regents examinations, which operate by a strict schedule.
Times One: Single
Times Two: Double
Times Three: Triples
Times Four: Double-Double
Times Five: Nickles
Times Six: Triples-Double
Times Seven: I Don't Know
Times Eight: Double-Double-Double
Times Nine: Fingers
Times Ten: Add a Zero
QccMath - Queensboro Community College.