
Concept Development
Students develop a mathematical concept by placing it in context and exploring its basic principles. Students build knowledge by conducting trials, exploring key examples, and making observations in an interactive and contextually rich environment. Instructive, timely feedback guides students interactively, and crucial, relevant reallife connections are used to apply concepts or follow their development through history. 
Interactive Exercise
These Activity Objects provide learners with additional opportunities to develop conceptual understanding. 
Skills Application
Students directly apply mathematical skills to solve problems in mathematical and reallife contexts by using guided problem solving strategies and mathematical practices. Reallife problems are engaging and relevant to students, and mathematical problems are motivating with compelling visualizations and explanations. 
Problem Solving
Students deepen their existing mathematical knowledge through active reasoning in guided inquiry and problemsolving environments. Students solve complicated or unstructured problems about the real world by using mathematical practices to form coherent strategies and conjectures. Students analyze whether solutions are reasonable, accurate, and correct. 
Visual Proofs
Students synthesize and analyze mathematical concepts with compelling, multirepresentational explanations and proofs. Students begin by making intuitive or contextual observations about mathematical facts, and then use active inquiry and mathematical reasoning to find solutions or proofs.
Browse our Catalog for hundreds of math Activity Objects to review their learner outcomes and performance objectives.
View the AC Math Scope for a list of Activity Objects organized by learning areas.
AC Math
AC Math provides teachers with an instructional solution that promotes math mastery through dynamic, interactive learning. Unlike other programs developed for print, AC Math was developed as a digital solution to take full advantage of the online environment and cuttingedge instructional tools such as interactive whiteboards.
AC Math contains:
 Hundreds of Activity Objects (AOs) in grades 612
 An individual Teacher Guide for each AO
 Online endofactivity assessments for each AO
 Activity sheets that can be printed for wholeclass instruction
 My Adaptive Space for managing students and assignments
 Clear and intuitive assessment reports by student and assignment
 Alignments to Common Core and State standards
 Online or onsite product training
Differentiation
AC Math can be presented on Interactive Whiteboards, used by small groups and assigned to individual students. Students can be assigned any math AO from grade 6 through high school (Algebra 2) depending on the learning needs, allowing teachers to truly differentiate instruction.
Check our AC Math catalog, our Math Activity Object Types or our AC Math Scope and Sequence.
Teacher Support
Adaptive Curriculum's solutions are designed with the teacher in mind providing a variety of classroom teaching tools, including activity sheets, teacher guides, assessments and more!
Differentiated Instruction
Flexible and adaptable to multiple teaching situations, Adaptive Curriculum puts teachers in control.
Product Training
Adaptive Curriculum online product training videos and user guides are designed to get teachers up and running quickly and efficiently.