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In April of 2014, the Indiana State Board of Education approved the adoption of new standards for Mathematics. The 2014 Indiana Academic Standards for Mathematics are the result of a process designed to identify, evaluate, synthesize, and create the most high-quality, rigorous standards for Indiana students. The standards are designed to ensure that Indiana students are prepared to enter and successfully complete postsecondary education, and that they are prepared for long-term, economically-viable career opportunities.
The Indiana Academic Standards for Mathematics demonstrate what students should know and be able to do in the areas of K-8 Mathematics; Algebra I, II, and Geometry; and higher-level high school Mathematics courses. Instruction in Mathematics provides vital content and skills for lifelong learning and problem solving in our increasingly complex technological world and engages students in the essential thinking skills and processes used across subject areas.
This means that students who successfully master these objectives for what they should know and be able to do in Mathematics disciplines by the time they graduate from high school will be ready to go directly into the workplace or a postsecondary educational opportunity without the need for remediation.
|Indiana Academic Mathematics Standards|
The 2014 Standards documents specifically list the standards for each grade or course at the high school level. The standards are broken into key areas called strands. The strands are the general areas of mathematics that students need to know and be able to demonstrate mastery.
The Correlation Guides provide guidance and illustrate the correlations between the Indiana Academic Standards (2014) and the previous standards; Indiana Academic Standards (2006) and Indiana Common Core State Standards (2010). Teachers are encouraged to use this document as an instructional support tool.
The Resource Guides highlight relevant Success Criteria, Academic Vocabulary, and the Vertical Articulation for each standard at the grade level or course. The resource guides are not exhaustive and are only for support. Please use the Mathematics Resource Guide Feedback to provide feedback and comments.
|Course Title & Digital Resources||New Course Standards - Updated Fall 2018|
Analytical Algebra II Standards
|Analytical Algebra II Standards|
|Course Title & Digital Resources||2014 Standards
Updated Fall 2017
Updated Fall 2017
Updated Fall 2018
|Kindergarten||PDF | Word|
|Grade 1||PDF | Word|
|Grade 2||PDF | Word|
|Grade 3||PDF | Word|
|Grade 4||PDF | Word|
|Grade 5||PDF | Word|
|Grade 6||PDF | Word|
|Grade 7||PDF | Word|
|Grade 8||PDF | Word|
|Algebra I||PDF | Word|
|Math 10||PDF | Word||coming soon|
|Algebra II||PDF | Word|
|Calculus||PDF | Word|
|Finite||PDF | Word|
|Geometry||PDF | Word|
|Pre-Calculus||PDF | Word|
|Probability and Statistics||PDF | Word|
|Trigonometry||PDF | Word|
|Quantitative Reasoning||PDF | Word|
|Indiana Content Area Literacy Standards|
|These standards provide guidance to content area teachers in grades 6-12 (e.g., History/Social Studies teachers, Math teachers, Science teachers, Career and Technical Education teachers, etc.) on the expectations for integrating reading and writing skills into their daily instruction.|
|Science/Technical Studies Content Area Literacy||08/30/2017|
|Mathematics Standards Vertical Articulations|
|The Vertical Articulation documents illustrate the significant connections between the standards across grade levels. Administrators and teachers are strongly encouraged to use these documents to facilitate cross-grade level discussions.|
|Math K-2 Vertical Articulation||05/12/2014|
|Math 3-5 Vertical Articulation||12/08/2017|
|Math 6-8 Vertical Articulation||06/16/2014|
National Professional Organizations
- Indiana Council of Teachers of Mathematics - ICTM
- Indiana Middle Level Education Association - IMLEA
- Indiana Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - ISTEM
- Indiana STEM Resource Network (I-STEM)
The I-STEM Resource Network is a partnership of Indiana's public and private higher education institutions, K-12 schools, businesses, and government. It is dedicated to measurably improving K-12 student achievement in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
- Portal Resources for Indiana Science and Mathematics (PRISM)
PRISM is a free website that provides collections of online resources for Indiana educators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
- Homework Hotline (1-877-ASK-ROSE)
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Homework Hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12.
- Applied Mathematics
- Classroom Posters for the Indiana Mathematics Process Standards
- The Student and Teacher “Look Fors” for the Indiana Mathematics Process Standards
- Content Framework Development Tool
- Indiana Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching
- K-12 Mathematics Glossary and Vocabulary