Are you enrolled in a school that uses a reform mathematics curriculum such as Contemporary Mathematics in Context, Connected Mathematics Project, or Everyday Math? Are you struggling with the material and canâ€™t find support to help you through? Do you teach from a reform curriculum and struggle to make it work? If so, I promise you are not alone. A reform curriculum, such as Contemporary Mathematics in Context (CMIC), also known as Integrated Mathematics or Core Plus, looks different than a traditional mathematics class. A traditional mathematics class separates the strands (Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, etc..) into different courses and focuses on just that area of mathematics for the entire course. While it may incorporate other strands, most of the emphasis is on only one. In a reform curriculum, all strands of mathematics are integrated throughout the course. In addition, the mathematics is embedded in real world situations that students can often easily relate to in hopes... read more