The students at Stoddert use the Eureka Math program (also known as EngageNY). This is a complete math curriculum that sequences mathematical progressions into modules and is used throughout DCPS.
Please find a list of parent guides for the Eureka Math program. These guides will help parents know what to expect with their child’s math curriculum:
- 1st Grade
- 2nd Grade
- 3rd Grade
- 4th Grade
- 5th Grade
- Kindergarten Qr. 1 Newsletter
- Kindergarten Qr. 2 Newsletter
- Kindergarten Qr. 3 Newsletter
- 1st Grade Qr. 1 Newsletter
- 1st Grade Qr. 2 Newsletter
- 1st Grade Qr. 3 Newsletter
- 2nd Grade Qr. 1 Newsletter
- 2nd Grade Qr. 2 Newsletter
- 2nd Grade Qr. 3 Newsletter
- 3rd Grade Qr. 1 Newsletter
- 3rd Grade Qr. 2 Newsletter
- 3rd Grade Qr. 3 Newsletter
- 4th Grade Qr. 1 Newsletter
- 4th Grade Qr. 2 Newsletter
- 4th Grade Qr. 3 Newsletter
- 5th Grade Qr. 1 Newsletter
- 5th Grade Qr. 2 Newsletter
- 5th Grade Qr. 3 Newsletter
TIPS FOR PARENTS:
MATH CURRICULUM MAP FOR PRE-K THROUGH 5th GRADE:
EUREKA MATH FAQs:
Why was Eureka chosen as the DCPS Math resource for this school year?
In a study published by EdReports, Eureka Math was the only math curriculum deemed as meeting the shifts of the Common Core across grades K-8. Additionally, a DCPS Math Team convened a group of Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Administrators and Central Office staff to serve on a focus group that reviewed and recommended the Eureka curriculum.
What does a typical Math lesson look like?
In grades K-5, lessons include:
Fluency Routines such as Sprints, Happy Counting and Say Ten Way that build energy and excitement.
Concept Development e.g. observing patterns, comparing alternate methods of problem solving, noticing differences
Application Problems intended to allow students to apply their understandings while clarifying misconceptions or misunderstandings
Student Debrief intended to invite reflection and active processing of the total lesson experience.
Exit Ticket for students to review their work.
How is the Eureka curriculum organized?
Each lesson has an objective that is tied to a Topic that presents a Problem Set that includes calculations, word problems and work at both the pictorial and abstract levels.
Lessons are grouped into Modules. Students may be assessed midway through a Module or at the end of a Module.
Sample Eureka Terminology
Say Ten Way
Read, Draw, Write a number sentence…a word sentence