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Integrated Mathematics

This high school math series supports the integrated pathway for math education.

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SpringBoard Integrated Mathematics is a three-course series that emphasizes the connections between algebra, geometry, statistics, data analysis, and probability. Each course includes topics from these content areas. This integrated approach helps students gain a deep understanding of key math concepts and how they’re connected.

Integrated Mathematics I

Integrated Mathematics I students:

  • Gain an understanding of the properties of real numbers.
  • Formalize the language of functions.
  • Explore the behavior of functions numerically, graphically, analytically, and verbally.
  • Compare the relative rate of change of linear and exponential functions.
  • Use technology to discover relationships, test inferences, and solve problems.
  • Write expressions, equations, and inequalities from physical models.
  • Summarize, represent, and interpret statistical models.
  • Communicate mathematics understanding formally and informally.

Integrated Mathematics II

Integrated Mathematics II students:

  • Work with functions graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally.
  • Read, analyze, and solve right triangle and trigonometric functions within contextual situations.
  • Explore and understand similarity in terms of transformations and prove geometric theorems.
  • Explain work clearly so that the reasoning process can be followed throughout the solution.
  • Utilize technology to discover relationships, test inferences, and solve problems.
  • Understand and use the rules of probability to compute probabilities and evaluate outcomes of decisions.

Integrated Mathematics III

Integrated Mathematics III students:

  • Further study the algebra of functions.
  • Read and analyze contextual situations involving exponential and logarithmic functions.
  • Develop area formulas necessary for determining volumes of rotational solids, solids with known cross sections, and area beneath a curve.
  • Learn optimization problems.
  • Learn the concept of infinite sum as a limit of partial sums.
  • Work with statistics in numerical summaries, calculations using the normal curve, and the modeling of data.
  • Apply technology to discover relationships, test conjectures, and solve problems.

Resources and Samples

Visit our SpringBoard Math Resource Library to get sample activities that you can print and use in your classroom, as well as other resources.