Big Ideas Learning, a leading publisher of educational mathematics programs ranging from kindergarten through high school, announces the launch of a new and innovative high school math series, Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2.
In a collaborative partnership with National Geographic Learning, Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 emphasizes precise mathematical applications by incorporating STEM research from more than 30 National Geographic Explorers into each chapter of the program.
Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 delivers:
Meaningful coherence from a single authorship team – Dr. Ron Larson and Dr. Laurie Boswell use a hands-on and balanced approach to instruction that prepares students for college and career-readiness.
Research-based teaching strategies that have been proven to have the highest impact on student achievement.
Relevant and engaging explorations based upon National Geographic Explorers’ research that help students create STEM connections and discover real-world mathematical applications.
Learning and technology tools created with intention and ease of use to address the needs of all students and educators in today’s ever-changing instructional environment.
“In our new high school program, Big Ideas Learning reimagined the way students want to engage with and learn mathematics. From the real-world explorations of National Geographic Explorers to the research-based teaching strategies and improved technology tools, every detail of the Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 series was chosen to ensure that all students can succeed in math,” said Matthew Totzke, CEO at Big Ideas Learning.
More information about Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2 can be found here.
About Big Ideas Learning
Big Ideas Learning publishes content-rich educational programs that provide a cohesive, coherent, and rigorous mathematics curriculum to support student learning from kindergarten through high school. Dr. Ron Larson and Dr. Laurie Boswell, the single authorship team for Big Ideas Math, use the latest educational research to design student-focused and teacher-friendly math programs that embrace the principles of visible learning and real-world problem solving. From the instructional design to the flexible technology, these programs are intentionally created to inspire confidence in both teachers and students to achieve success in math. National Geographic Learning is the exclusive distributor of Big Ideas Math programs.