What are the Math ePLCs?
Math ePLCs provide a springboard to both ignite and support collaborative team discussions prior to planning instruction. Leaders, instructional coaches, and teachers will gain valuable insight into the specificities needed for rich Tier 1 instructional planning. Also, the Math ePLC is a great tool for the self-contained teacher (who might plan in isolation) to receive targeted background information and critical implications for instruction.


How can the Math ePLC pre-recorded learning videos help me?

  • addresses highly tested TEKS Clusters
  • embeds stimuli, vocabulary, and best strategic approaches for instruction
  • includes prior knowledge for grade-level entry points and vertical alignment
  • addresses common misconceptions through item analysis for highly tested interesting items
  • includes opportunities to pause and collaboratively discuss and/or reflect


What’s available?

  • elementary or middle school options
  • highly tested TEKS Clusters
  • 2 pre-recorded learning videos per TEKS Cluster 
    • scaffold video (10-15 minutes)
    • released test video (10-15 minutes)


Elementary: 3-5 math teachers and leaders
Middle School: 6-8 math teachers and leaders

Overview Video

What are the math ePLCs?


  • $525 per campus
  • $5,250 district-level membership
    (note: districts with less than 10 campuses can register with per campus price based on specific district size)
  • Membership year: June 1-May 31


  grade 3 grade 4 grade 5

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Addition and Subtraction Whole Number Operations Decimals

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Multiplication and Division Decimals Fractions

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Fractions Fractions Geometry and Measurement

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Measurement Geometry Graphing on a Coordinate Plane
  grade 6 grade 7 grade 8

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Proportional Reasoning Proportional Reasoning Proportional and Non-Proportional Reasoning

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Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities Equations and Inequalities Equations and Inequalities

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Algebraic Reasoning Geometry and Measurement Geometry and Measurement:

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Data Analysis    


Math Consultant


Kim O’Neal

Kim is passionate about supporting math educators. With over 20 years of experience, Kim equips interventionists, teachers, and specialists to implement best practices, plan intentional and aligned lessons, understand their data, and develop differentiated plans of support.
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