These are really exciting times to be a math educator in Georgia.  In March, a group of K-12 educators came together to Be Less Helpful and create more Open Middle tasks.

Over the past 3 months we hunkered down in front of our computers to revise existing tasks and create new ones…Yesterday was release day!  The units have now been posted for all to see (elementary, middle, and high school).  When the window opens, expand any grade level on the right hand side and you’ll find all the units there, ready to download. When you look at the table of contents, all of the new additions are marked with an asterisk.

To find copies of the frameworks in word CLICK HERE and launch yourself into the K-5 Math Wikispace.

While surfing you might find some tasks from the peeps in our @MTBoS.  If you want to know why we are doing this, Mike Wiernicki has this great write-up that has been included in the grade level overviews.

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