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New enVisionMATH Common Core, Realize Edition ©2015 is designed to help you deepen students’ understanding and achieve strong results. It has a proven track record that’s recognized by the What Works Clearinghouse.
enVisionMATH Common Core, Realize Edition emphasizes conceptual understanding, procedural skill and fluency, and application of concepts in real-world, problem-solving situations to address rigor as defined in the Common Core State Standards. The program embraces and enhances the focus and coherence vision of the CCSS, leading to higher achievement for all.
Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mathematics at San Jose State University in San Jose, CAView Author's Bio
Dr. Randall I. Charles is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mathematics at San Jose State University in San Jose, CA, and a senior author with Pearson. Randall served on the writing team for the Curriculum Focal Points from NCTM. The NCTM Curriculum Focal Points served as a key inspiration to the writers of the Common Core Standards in bringing focus, depth, and coherence to the curriculum.
Professor of Education at McDaniel College, and a senior author with PearsonView Author's Bio
Approaches to mathematics content and curriculum, educational policy, and support for intervention.
Dr. Francis (Skip) Fennell is Professor of Education at McDaniel College, and a senior author with Pearson. He is a past president of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and a member of the writing team for the Curriculum Focal Points from the NCTM which influenced the work of the Common Core Standards Initiative. Skip was also one of the writers of the Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
Professor of Mathematics Rowan University Glassboro, New JerseyView Author's Bio
In addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate mathematics courses at Rowan, Janet Caldwell has directed numerous projects involving partnerships with local districts. While at Rowan, she has been very active in professional development activities for teachers. She has served as Project Director of an Eisenhower Higher Education Professional Development Project and the South Jersey Mathematics, Computer, and Science Instructional Improvement Program.
Professor of Mathematics and Associate Dean for Assessment and PreK–12 Education at Texas A&M UniversityView Author's Bio
Approaches to mathematical content, building problem solvers, and support for intervention.
Janie Schielack is Professor of Mathematics and Associate Dean for Assessment and PreK–12 Education at Texas A&M University. She chaired the writing committee for the NCTM Curriculum Focal Points and was part of the nine-member NCTM feedback and advisory team that responded to and met with CCSSCO and NGA representatives during the development of various drafts of the Common Core State Standards.
Chair of the Curriculum and Instruction Department College of Education University of Houston Houston, TexasView Author's Bio
Juanita Copley is a Professor Emerita from the University of Houston. She currently serves as an early childhood math consultant and advisor for more than 30 school districts, 4 National Science Foundation Grants, and many state organizations. Most recently, she worked for National Head Start in charge of their national mathematics initiative. As the former program coordinator of Early Childhood in the College of Education, she directed the Early Childhood Mathematics Collaborative, a professional development project that involves beginning and practicing teachers. Her research involves the effectiveness of professional development models for early childhood teachers in mathematics.
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Rutgers University New Brunswick, New JerseyView Author's Bio
Dr. Warren Crown is Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Education at the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University. While at Rutgers, Dr. Crown served as the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the GSE and concentrated on the professional development of mathematics teachers at both the elementary and secondary levels as well as on curriculum development projects in mathematics. Dr. Crown has won numerous awards for excellence in teaching as well as the Rutgers Presidential Award for Distinguished Public Service. His curriculum development efforts have resulted in many publications, both print-based and computer software. His two best-known technology products are IBM’s Math Concepts and Practice software and the award-winning Rutgers Mathematics Construction Tools program. He also has been a member of the authorship teams for many elementary textbook programs. He is an author for Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley enVisionMATH and enVisionMATH Common Core.
Visual Learning Author and Consultant
Visual learning and student engagement
Stuart J. Murphy is a visual learning specialist and the author of the MathStart series. He contributed to the development of the Visual Learning Bridge in enVisionMATH™ as well as many visual elements of the Prentice Hall Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 high school program.
PRES Associates, an independent research firm, conducted a longitudinal randomized control trial (RCT) study to assess the effectiveness of enVisionMATH in helping students attain critical math skills. The study was designed to address all standards and criteria described in the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) Study Review Standards. The study commenced in 2007–08 with 2nd and 4th grade students and followed these students into 3rd and 5th grades in 2008–09. The results of this study are outlined in the Year 2 results report below.
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