Math Standards for Grade 7 and Grade 8
Everyone is different, and we learn differently, too. Historically, math has been taught by teaching students a series of steps. Some students thrive in this environment, but research has shown that most people prefer to learn math visually. The problem is that most parents and adults around our students have never learned math that way. Here are some resources to show how math can be taught visually. Mrs. Chiu will teach math both ways, and she is working hard to update her links so that you have many options to try to learn concepts in math.
Need more challenging problems? Here are performance tasks that you can try. Most of the ones we do in class cannot be brought home, but these can be done at home. Performance Tasks 
Check out these videos by Mr. Graham Fletcher on the progression of math concepts (multiplication, division, fractions and move) from elementary to middle school.
Progression Videos 
If you do not like algorithm math (memorizing a sequence of steps) and/or are a visual learner, please check out this site by Mr. Kyle Pearce.
MathIsVisual 
Resources by CPM Chapter
Chapter 4 Proportions and Expressions

Chapter 5 Probability and Solving Word Problems

Chapter 6 Solving Inequalities and Equations
