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Teachers can access detailed standard information in Teacher Resources to learn more about standard objectives and concept trajectories.
Lesson Learning Objectives Page (“Standard Tree”)
Standards in the Teacher Resources component of TenMarks are hyperlinked. By clicking on any hyperlinked standard, teachers will be take to the Lesson Learning Objectives page.
From this page, you will be able to view the following information:
- Standard-related objectives: These objectives are correlated to the various Focus Lessons and Assignments in TenMarks Math.
- Prerequisite standards: TenMarks has defined what prerequisites are necessary for students to be successful with the grade-level standard. These prerequisites are correlated to the various Warm-ups in Lessons.
- Standard description: Provides a detailed description of the grade-level standard.
Teachers can also begin a Lesson from this page as well.
Concept Trajectory Chart
Each standard in the Teacher Resources component of TenMarks is tied to a specific concept. Teachers can view the trajectory of these concepts as it relates to a certain concept by viewing the “Concept Trajectory Chart” located on the Lesson Learning Objectives page.
These charts can be accessed by clicking on the “Concept Trajectory” icon.
This will display a zoomed-in version of the chart, which will show the standard within the trajectory of the related concept. You can click the “-” icon to zoom out and see other standards (from the current, previous, and future grade levels) in relation to the trajectory of the concept.
Teachers can either click and drag to view standards at other grade levels or manipulate the red box to the portion of the trajectory you wish to view.
Teachers can use these concept trajectories to inform instructional decisions, especially remediation and enrichment opportunities.
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