The Michigan Mathematics and Science Leadership Network (MMSLN) strives to achieve equitable access to research and standards-based mathematics and science learning experiences for all Michigan students. We advocate for professional learning and collaborate statewide and nationally with mathematics and science educators to create, implement, and evaluate leadership and professional learning opportunities for and with Michigan mathematics and science educators.
IM 6-12 Math is an OER, problem-based core curriculum designed to foster deep, flexible, mathematics learning for all. Students learn by doing math, solving problems in mathematical and real-world contexts, and constructing arguments using precise language. Teachers facilitate student learning with embedded high-leverage routines to ensure learners know, use, and enjoy mathematics.
IM Certified COVID-19 response resources will help you plan for distance learning, address unfinished learning, and support families. Based on IM K–12 Math certified by Illustrative Mathematics, COVID-19 response resources will ensure students are engaged with grade-level math content and are set up for success in math next year and beyond.
Created and shared by MMLSN and the Michigan Science Teachers Association (MSTA), these K-5 learning resources provide students with remote science learning experiences. The standards-based resources are designed to engage K-5 learners in at-home science with low materials needs. Leveraging the Anchoring Phenomenon Routine (borrowed from nextgenstorylines), and integrating KLEWS charts, the MMSLN and MSTA materials include synchronous and asynchronous learning and lead to students' at-home investigations.