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Teaching SpringBoard Math

SpringBoard Math is designed to lead students, lesson by lesson and course by course, to conceptual understanding and fluency in procedural skills.

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Every course in the SpringBoard Mathematics Program is organized into 6–7 coherent units that each focus on a mathematical concept.

Every unit contains multiple activities, and each activity is made up of one or more class-length lessons.


As in AP course frameworks, SpringBoard instruction is organized into four phases: Plan, Teach, Assess, and Adapt.

Plan: Support for planning your lessons is offered at the beginning of each unit and throughout each lesson of every activity.

Teach: As you guide your students through the activities and lessons, you’ll find features that help students engage with and master the content.

Assess: Each unit is built around performance-based Embedded Assessments designed to measure student mastery of skills and knowledge, and includes other opportunities for you to check progress.

Adapt: You may adjust instruction in response to the work your students produce.

Sample Units

The flipbooks below contain sample units from SpringBoard Mathematics Teacher Editions. Explore them to get a closer look at the SpringBoard curriculum, resources, and strategies.

Math Sample: Grade 7, Course 2, Unit 3—Ratio and Proportion

Explore Unit 3, in which students use ratios and proportions to analyze financial transactions, calculate the dimensions of a soccer field, and create scale drawings of real-world structures.

View the Grade 7 sample unit

Math Sample: Algebra 1, Unit 2—Functions

Explore Unit 2, in which students use functions to analyze roller-coasters, cell phone rates, and a falling object. They also participate in a science experiment.

View the Algebra 1 sample unit