Through Inside Mathematics, K–12 educators can strengthen their classroom teaching by viewing—and trying out—best practices and resources from fellow teachers and instructional coaches
Tools for Educators
Inside Mathematics includes videos and other resources that showcase real mathematics teaching and learning, freely available to educators around the world. A service of the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin, Inside Mathematics continues to explore everyday classrooms, with new content updated regularly.
From number talk videos in real classrooms to non-routine math problems to common core resources, Inside Mathematics has something for teachers and instructional coaches at all skill levels.Explore Now
Learning from the practices of others is a powerful way to improve teaching. Here, you can explore real mathematics teaching and learning by exploring everyday classrooms where educators are working to refine their mathematics teaching practices.
The Problems of the Month are non-routine math problems designed to be used schoolwide to promote a problem-solving theme at your school. Each problem is divided into five levels of difficulty, Level A (primary) through Level E (high school), to allow access and scaffolding for students into different aspects of the problem and to stretch students to go deeper into mathematical complexity.
Common Core Resources
Find videos and tasks aligned to the Common Core you can use in your classroom right away.
Grade-level formative performance assessment tasks with accompanying scoring rubrics and discussion of student work samples available for download.
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