How to Teach 8th Grade Common Core Math Standards With Facebook

New School Improvement Network Blog Post Shows Common Core Math Lesson Plan for Teaching Exponents Using Facebook

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8th Grade Common Core Lesson Plan

Examples like this 8th grade Common Core math lesson plan show how this can be done and how these skills build a foundation for students that builds year over year until they graduate college and career ready.

SALT LAKE CITY (PRWEB) March 20, 2014

School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness resources, today announced a new blog post showing an 8th grade Common Core math lesson plan for teaching exponents using Facebook. The lesson plan is available to all educators on the Common Core Blog.

“Effective teachers around the country are finding ways to integrate the Common Core State Standards into their local curriculum in a way that engages students and helps them master the material,” said Chet D. Linton, CEO and president of School Improvement Network. “Examples like this 8th grade Common Core math lesson plan show how this can be done and how these skills build a foundation for students that builds year over year until they graduate college and career ready.”

The Common Core math lesson plan aligns to Common Core standards 8.EE.1 and MP.3.

Click here to see the Common Core math lesson plan for teaching exponents using Facebook.

Click here to see other Common Core resources on the Common Core Blog.

Click here for more information about a holistic resource for Common Core implementation.

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