Project M3: In the Classroom
December 12, 2016
By: Kendall Hunt
We love seeing how our gifted education offerings are being used in the classroom! This situation is especially unique. This Charleston school is using Project M3 for all of its students!
Project M3: Mentoring Mathematical Minds is a series of curriculum units developed to motivate and challenge mathematically talented students at the elementary level. It has long been recognized as one of the nation’s top programs in gifted mathematics education, and now available in Flourish, it delivers even more ways for teachers to motivate and challenge advanced students in grades 3-6. Supporting the Common Core Standards and based on NAGC exemplary practices, Project M3 facilitates learning with a digital eBook for teachers that provides organization and suggested pacing for each unit, includes rubrics, and differentiates instruction. The curriculum features explorations of simulated or real-life problems so students can actively solve them in the same ways that practicing mathematicians do.
Click here to read more about how this team of teachers is using the Project M3 Curriculum!
Photo: The Post and Courier | Brad Nettles