Project Prime Resources

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Denise Cabanilla



Is Algebra Necessary?

Algebra Matters, But Not for the Reasons You Think

10 Reasons for studying algebra

What is Mathematics For?

Why Do Americans Stink at Math?

Growth Mindset Lesson Plan


Dr. Rafaela M. Santa Cruz


Pedagogy Day 2

Pedagogy Day 3

Pedagogy Day 4

Pedagogy Day 5

Jeanette Montaño


Language Functions and Sentence Frames

The Three Phases of Effective Lesson Planning



Step-by-Step Guidance to Improve Go Math!


Does your school use Go Math! K-5 textbooks? There are new guidance documents available to improve your math program's effectiveness.

The Materials Adaptation Project is a collaborative effort between educators using the program and Student Achievement Partners' experts who worked together to enhance the Go Math! experience to better support standards-focused work.

For each grade, the guidance documents include:

  • A summary of the strengths and weaknesses of the Go Math! program
  • Program-level Rules of Thumb to explain alternate ways to use Go Math! features to better align instruction to college-and-career-ready standards
  • Grade-level Rules of Thumb that provide alternate ways to use textbook features in a specific grade
  • Chapter-level guidance for each lesson that explains if a lesson should be deleted, modified, added, or left unchanged
  • Grade-specific fluency resources

This guidance can be incorporated into scope and sequence documents to help educators integrate alterations seamlessly.


Example of chapter-level guidance for Kindergarten lessons.


Alan Phillips


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Video Camera Manual

Online Help Guide

Tools for Formative Assessment


Google Forms





YouTube Video Editor 

Online Help