The provincial common math assessments can be accessed through BlackBoard. Sign in to your Blackboard account using your first.last name. The password is monthday of your birthday. The assessments can be found under the "Teaching Resources" tab. Link to the BlackBoard sign in page: https://goo.gl/5Ew1O8

Explanation of the Common Math Assessment Rubric as Compared to the SWSD Rubric:

The Common Math Assessment rubric is a four-point rubric that aligns with the provincial practices and is based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. To make it compatible with the SWSD 5-point rubric, we would like to suggest that the levels 1-4 on the math assessments rubric compare to the levels 2-5 on the SWSD rubric. Our SWSD level 1 would indicate that intensive intervention is required, which is below the level 1 on the math assessment rubric. See the attached file for a detailed comparison of the two rubrics.

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## Provincial Common Math Assessments

The provincial common math assessments can be accessed through BlackBoard. Sign in to your Blackboard account using your first.last name. The password is monthday of your birthday. The assessments can be found under the "Teaching Resources" tab. Link to the BlackBoard sign in page:https://goo.gl/5Ew1O8

Explanation of the Common Math Assessment Rubric as Compared to the SWSD Rubric:The Common Math Assessment rubric is a four-point rubric that aligns with the provincial practices and is based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. To make it compatible with the SWSD 5-point rubric, we would like to suggest that the levels 1-4 on the math assessments rubric compare to the levels 2-5 on the SWSD rubric. Our SWSD level 1 would indicate that intensive intervention is required, which is below the level 1 on the math assessment rubric. See the attached file for a detailed comparison of the two rubrics.## NEW! Learning Progressions for Kindergarten - Grade 9

Progression of Outcomes for Place Value

Progression of Outcomes for Patterns and Relations

Progression of Outcomes for Fractions

Learning Continuum for Place ValueConnections to Michael Battista's (2012) Learning ContinuumLearning Continuum for Addition and Subtraction

Learning Continuum for Multiplication and Division

Learning Continuum for Fractions