enVision MATH 2.0 Texas Grade 5

Math Grade 5 | 2015

Publisher: Savvas Learning

Series includes:
TEKS Coverage for
Student Materials
100.00%

Quality Review

The quality review is the result of extensive evidence gathering and analysis by Texas educators of how well instructional materials satisfy the criteria for quality in the subject-specific rubric. Follow the links below to view the scores and read the evidence used to determine quality.

Standards Alignment

Rubric Section 1
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and English Language Proficiency Standards Alignment
Percent of standards met in materials
Grade TEKS Student % TEKS Teacher % ELPS Student % ELPS Teacher %
Grade 5 100% 100% N/A 100%

Criteria for Quality

Rubric Section 2 Concept Development and Rigor Instruction is provided in conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and application. Total TOTAL75% (24 out of 32 points) 75%
Section 2 Concept Development and Rigor Instruction is provided in conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and application. Total 75% (24 out of 32 points)
2.1
Materials dedicate most attention to the development of the primary focal area for the grade-level.
4 out of 4 points

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2.2
Materials strategically develop students’ conceptual understanding by following a progression of learning from concrete to representational to abstract (CRA) as is appropriate for the grade-level and content.
2 out of 4 points

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2.3
Materials support coherence and connections between and within content at the grade-level and across grade levels.
4 out of 4 points

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2.4
Materials are built around quality tasks that address content at the appropriate level of rigor and complexity.
4 out of 4 points

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2.5
Materials include cohesive, year-long plan for students to develop fluency in an integrated way.
2 out of 4 points

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2.6
Materials support students in the development and use of mathematical language.
2 out of 4 points

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2.7
Materials contain opportunities for students to apply mathematical knowledge and skills to solve problems in new and varied contexts, including problems arising in everyday life, society, and the workplace.
4 out of 4 points

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2.8
Materials are supported by research on how student develop mathematical understandings.
2 out of 4 points

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Rubric Section 3 Integration of Process Skills Instruction is provided in problem solving, tool selection, effective communication, use of mathematical language. Total TOTAL79% (22 out of 28 points) 79%
Section 3 Integration of Process Skills Instruction is provided in problem solving, tool selection, effective communication, use of mathematical language. Total 79% (22 out of 28 points)

3.A Problem Solving, Tools, and Techniques

3.A.1
Materials develop student ability to use and apply a problem-solving model.
4 out of 4 points

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3.A.2
Materials require students to select appropriate tools for the task, concept development and grade.
2 out of 4 points

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3.A.3
Materials require students to select appropriate strategies for the work, concept development, and grade.
4 out of 4 points

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3.A.4
Materials develop student’s self-efficacy and mathematical identity by providing opportunities to share strategies and approach to tasks.
4 out of 4 points

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3.B Communication

3.B.1
Materials prompt students to effectively communicate mathematical ideas, reasoning, and their implications using multiple representations.
2 out of 4 points

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3.B.2
Materials provide opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas to develop and strengthen content knowledge and skills.
4 out of 4 points

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3.B.3
Materials require students to justify mathematical ideas using multiple representations and precise mathematical language.
2 out of 4 points

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Rubric Section 4 Progress Monitoring Frequent strategic opportunities to monitor and respond to student progress are provided. Total TOTAL67% (4 out of 6 points) 67%
Section 4 Progress Monitoring Frequent strategic opportunities to monitor and respond to student progress are provided. Total 67% (4 out of 6 points)
4.1
Materials include developmentally appropriate diagnostic tools (e.g. formative and summative progress monitoring) and guidance for teachers and administrators to monitor progress.
1 out of 2 points

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4.2
Materials include guidance for teachers to analyze and respond to data from diagnostic tools.
1 out of 2 points

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4.3
Materials include frequent, integrated formative assessment opportunities.
2 out of 2 points

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Rubric Section 5 Supports for All Learners Guidance and support for diverse learners are provided. Total TOTAL100% (6 out of 6 points) 100%
Section 5 Supports for All Learners Guidance and support for diverse learners are provided. Total 100% (6 out of 6 points)
5.1
Materials include guidance, scaffolds, supports, and extensions that maximizes student learning potential.
2 out of 2 points

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5.2
Materials provide a variety of instructional methods that appeal to a variety of learning interests and needs.
2 out of 2 points

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5.3
Materials include supports for English Learners (EL) to meet grade-level learning expectations.
2 out of 2 points

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Rubric Section 6 Implementation Easy-to-use guidance for implementation is provided. Total TOTAL100% (10 out of 10 points) 100%
Section 6 Implementation Easy-to-use guidance for implementation is provided. Total 100% (10 out of 10 points)
6.1
Materials include year-long plans with practice and review opportunities that support instruction.
2 out of 2 points

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6.2
Materials include implementation support for teachers and administrators.
2 out of 2 points

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6.3
Materials provide implementation guidance to meet variability in programmatic design and scheduling considerations.
2 out of 2 points

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6.4
Materials provide guidance on fostering connections between home and school.
2 out of 2 points

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6.5
The visual design of student and teacher materials (whether in print or digital) is neither distracting nor chaotic.
2 out of 2 points

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6.6
If present, technology or online components included are appropriate for grade level students and provide support for learning.
Not scored

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Rubric Section 7 Additional Information Additional program information is provided by publishers. Information available.
Section 7 Additional Information Additional program information is provided by publishers. Information available.
7.1
Technology Specifications

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7.2
Price Information

7.3
Professional Learning Opportunities

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7.4
Additional Language Supports

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Program Information

ISBN
9780328772629
Copyright Type
Proprietary
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