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 MathUSee Curriculum Softcover Instruction Manuals
 When Students Struggle with Fractions
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 Do Demme Learning Products Follow State Standards?
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 Activity Sheets
 Application and Enrichment pages for Primer, Alpha and Beta
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 Activity Sheets
 Application and Enrichment pages for Primer, Alpha and Beta
 Calculator Usage
 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Math Fact Sheets
 MathUSee Curriculum Cover Images
 MathUSee Curriculum Student Workbooks
 Record Keeping, Grading, and Transcripts
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 Application and Enrichment Solutions for Older Editions
 Calculator Usage
 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Math Fact Sheets
 MathUSee Curriculum Cover Images
 MathUSee Curriculum Student Workbooks
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 Application and Enrichment Solutions for Older Editions
 Calculator Usage
 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Math Fact Sheets
 MathUSee Curriculum Cover Images
 MathUSee Curriculum Student Workbooks
 Record Keeping, Grading, and Transcripts
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 Application and Enrichment Solutions for Older Editions
 Calculator Usage
 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Math Fact Sheets
 MathUSee Curriculum Cover Images
 MathUSee Curriculum Student Workbooks
 Record Keeping, Grading, and Transcripts
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 Application and Enrichment Solutions for Older Editions
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 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Math Fact Sheets
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 MathUSee Curriculum Student Workbooks
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 PreAlgebra Negative Numbers with Exponents Support Video
 Application and Enrichment Solutions for Older Editions
 Calculator Usage
 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Course Descriptions
 Honors Solutions for Older Editions
 MathUSee Curriculum Cover Images
 MathUSee Curriculum Student Workbooks
 Printable Graph Paper
 Record Keeping, Grading, and Transcripts
 Version Compatibility
 Bridge Materials: PreAlgebra to Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics
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 How a Lesson Works in Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics
 What a Week Looks Like in Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics
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 Better Practice versus More Practice in Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics
 Pacing in Algebra I: Principles of Secondary Mathematics
 What's the Difference between Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics and Algebra 1: Legacy?
 A1: PSM Videos
 Bridge Materials: PreAlgebra to Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics
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 Extra Practice Pages for Algebra 1: Legacy Edition
 Algebra 1 Negative Numbers with Exponents Support Video
 Calculator Usage
 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Course Descriptions
 Honors Solutions for Older Editions
 MathUSee Curriculum Cover Images
 MathUSee Curriculum Student Workbooks
 Printable Graph Paper
 Version Compatibility
 Record Keeping, Grading, and Transcripts
 What's the Difference between Algebra 1: Principles of Secondary Mathematics and Algebra 1: Legacy?
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 Geometry Lesson 2A Question 16 Support Video
 Geometry Lessons 17 & 19 Support Video – Square Roots
 Calculator Usage
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 Algebra 2 Lesson 2 Finding the Least Common Denominator Support Video
 Algebra 2 Lesson 4 Square Roots Support Video
 Algebra 2 Lesson 5B1 (1,5,10) Support Video
 Algebra 2 Lesson 5B1 (7,9,11) Support Video
 Algebra 2 Lesson 6 Support Video
 Algebra 2 Lessons 7–8 Imaginary Numbers and Conjugates Support Video
 Algebra 2 Lesson 11 Completing the Square Support Video
 Algebra 2 Lesson 23 and 26 Graphing Ellipses and Hyperbolas Support Video
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 Extra Practice Sheets for Algebra 2
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 PreCalculus Lesson 9 Proving Identities Support Video
 PreCalculus Test 14 Questions 9 and 10 Support Video
 PreCalculus Lesson 17  Tips on how to graph Polar Equations
 PreCalculus Lesson 21 & 22  Helpful Hints
 PreCalculus Lesson 23 Graphing Sine and Cosine Support Video
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 Corrections for CombBound Editions
 Course Descriptions
 Honors Solutions for Older Editions
 MathUSee Curriculum Cover Images
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 Digital Pack Access
 Troubleshooting the Digital Packs and the Digital Toolbox
 How to Use the Digital Toolbox
 MathUSee Videos
 Online Drill Tool
 Using the Worksheet Generator
 Application and Enrichment Solutions for Older Editions
 Digital Manipulative App FAQs
 Digital Manipulatives
 Math Fact Sheets
 Record Keeping, Grading, and Transcripts
 Extra Practice Pages for Algebra 1: Legacy Edition
 Where can I find the solutions for problems in the Student Workbooks and Test Books in the Digital Toolbox?
 How do I create a student account?
 How to Modify Your Student’s Account
 What If I Find an Error?
 How to Monitor Your Student’s Progress in the Digital Toolbox
 How to Use the Digital Toolbox on a Mobile Device
 Can I watch the Digital Toolbox videos on my smart TV?
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Spelling You See

 Addressing Errors In Spelling You See
 Handwriting in Spelling You See
 Mastery in Spelling You See
 Overlapping Chunks
 Parental Involvement in Spelling You See
 We didn't have time to do spelling every day this week. Is it important to finish every worksheet?
 Do Demme Learning Products Follow State Standards?
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 Addressing Errors In Spelling You See
 Base words vs root words
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 What comes after Modern Milestones?
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Are MathUSee Tests Necessary?
The MathUSee Curriculum lesson and unit tests may not be what you traditionally think testing is used for (grades). The tests were designed to be a tool to help to determine mastery. They should be used after your student has done the encouraged teachback process outlined in Step 3 in the FourStep MathUSee Approach.
Some students and instructors struggle with the word “tests.” These test pages can also be used as extra worksheets or a review page before moving on. The point of the test is not to get all the answers correct but to evaluate your student’s needs so that you can guide them in the right direction. If you choose not to use the tests, you may be missing a great opportunity to see if your student fully understands and has mastered the concepts taught.
Administering the tests:
Since the overall goal of the tests is to determine mastery, students should not use the manipulatives during the tests unless a problem specifically gives instructions to do so.
Instructors are welcome to observe while your student tests; we encourage you not to provide support or prompt the student during the test. This is a gauge of what they have mastered during the lesson.
If you observe your student struggling with or taking a long time to complete the test, please stop them. Take some time to review the concept by:
 Rewatching the DVD and going back through the Build, Write, Say method
 Print some extra practice sheets from the Worksheet Generator found in your digital toolbox to provide further practice
After reviewing, go back to the test when mastery is achieved. The time a student will spend testing will vary a little based on the level. Anticipate approximately 1030 minutes for the younger levels and approximately 2545 minutes for the upper levels.
Lesson and Unit Tests will be a valuable resource and tool for you to utilize with your students.
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