Illustrative Mathematics has a new look today. There’s a video explaining some of the new features on the Illustrative Mathematics Facebook page. One big new feature is the course blueprints. At the moment we just have K–5 blueprints. We’ll be adding more content to those and also adding high school and middle school blueprints over the next few months. I’ve made a forum here for people to comment and ask questions about them.
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I am having a difficult time finding the copyright/permission for a wordpress article titled, Standards for Mathematical Practice: Commentary and Elaborations for K–5
c Illustrative Mathematics
12 February 2014
Could you please give me some clarification? Thank you!
Katy