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Unlock the Brilliance of Every Learner with California Reveal Math

Math is everywhere and for everyone! California Reveal Math meets wide-ranging learning needs through a mix of activity-based 
and teacher-facilitated explorations. Embodying the principles of 
the California Math Framework, each lesson harnesses students' 
curiosity, activates their prior knowledge, and empowers them 
to apply standards in meaningful ways, so they can use math 
as a powerful tool for understanding, relating to, and ultimately 
changing the world.
 
Through rigorous, equitable instruction, the program reveals 
each student’s inner mathematician—because every person 
is a math person!

Purposeful Math Instruction

Curiosity Sparks Connections

When we're curious, we feel intrinsically motivated to push for answers and explanations. California Reveal Math cultivates curiosity by engaging students in activities and investigations designed to spark joy, wonder, and connection. Authentic examples, probing questions, and flexible lessons serve as avenues for exploration and discovery, and rich open tasks transform math into a powerful problem-solving tool for navigating real-world contexts and answering real-life questions.

A highlighted excerpt from the textbook says, 
“Be Curious. What do you notice? What do you wonder?”
A highlighted except from the textbook says, 
“CHOOSE YOUR OPTION: Activity-Based Exploration or Guided Exploration.”

Building the Language of Math

To grow as mathematicians, students must learn to think and talk about math in increasingly sophisticated ways. California Reveal Math promotes mathematical discourse through activities that challenge students to synthesize and articulate their ideas, critique the reasoning of others, and draw connections between concepts. Guided by discussion prompts, teachers facilitate lively, productive conversations that foster strong mathematical thinking and communication—so that every student can feel comfortable speaking the universal language of math.

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Math Is Yours, Everywhere, Every Day

From the music we play to the food that we eat, math is all around us—and when we understand math, we can better understand our world. California Reveal Math harnesses math as a rich lens for discovery, empowering students to explore and reason through real-world contexts and authentic examples. As they ask questions, investigate, and create representations, students will recognize that math is so much more than numbers on a page and appreciate its profound role in our lives.

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A highlighted except from the textbook features a Mathematical Modeling Project.

Thinking Like a Mathematician

When students learn to think like mathematicians, they can begin to see themselves as mathematicians. California Reveal Math cultivates positive habits of mind and interaction with opportunities to apply the Standards of Mathematical Practices (SMPs) throughout each lesson. To promote metacognition, the program regularly invites students to analyze and evaluate their own thought processes as they engage in problem-solving, sense-making and strategic reasoning—placing them at the helm of their math journey, right where they belong.  

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“Math is… Analyzing.” It asks, “What information do you know? What information do you need?”

Free and Useful Resources

Robust educational materials support teachers and students as they navigate challenging math concepts together. 
Use these free resources to help facilitate key learning moments in your classroom.

SMP Bookmark: Two bookmarks list discussion questions aligned 
to the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

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Asking questions helps build mathematical understanding. Download these bookmarks for a list of standards-based discussion questions that support students in cultivating key habits of mind and interaction.

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Teachers play a pivotal role in facilitating mathematical discourse. Use this guide to jumpstart productive conversations that help students think mathematically, connect big ideas, and communicate using the universal language of math.

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FEATURED BLOG

Debunking the Myth that Math Practices Don't Matter , Link will open in a new tab

April 17, 2024

Featuring a White Paper by John SanGiovanni, M.Ed.

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California Reveal Math Authorship

We have collaborated with expert authors across the world of mathematics to create a student-focused, research-driven curriculum informed by classroom best practices.

Open Access Events

On-Demand Webinars (available week of April 15)

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Problem Solving for Routine Thinking, Reasoning, Discussion, and Engagement – John SanGiovanni, M.Ed. , Link will open in a new tab

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