Algebra 2 Learning Targets Revision

Well, I did it. For as long as I have been thinking about it (pretty much since I was told in April that I would be teaching Algebra 2), I finally took the learning targets for Algebra 2 and rearranged them (if you wish a little more detail, check out my recent blog post on what I’m changing this year). If you’re wondering what the inspiration was, head off to Jonathan Claydon‘s blog and read through his Pivot Algebra 2 posts.

It wasn’t without struggle.

And with some pushing from Mattie and Sam (but I can’t seem to embed his tweet), I finally got around to working on it Friday morning.

So, here is my new (and improved, I hope!) Learning Target list for Algebra 2:

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I look forward to reading your comments.

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5 thoughts on “Algebra 2 Learning Targets Revision”

  1. Brad Holderbaum says:

    Love it. Thanks for sharing. Do you have something like this for Algebra 1?

    1. Lisa says:

      Hi Brad!

      I do have my Algebra 1 Learning Targets from last year, but I do not have them organized the same way. My original draft is here. If you’d like me to email you the last version I used (which has some tweaks to what you see in the blog post), I’ll be happy to email them. Send me a tweet to let me know if you want me to email last year’s learning targets to you.

      –Lisa

  2. Sarah D says:

    Congratulations on finishing your list! Redoing my Algebra II pacing guide was one of my goals for this summer, too. Your order looks like it’s similar to what I plan on using (borrowing from Henrico County in Virginia), which makes me feel better. I think that they do a reasonable job addressing some of the points that are included in the Pivot Algebra 2 posts.

    1. Lisa says:

      Thanks for sharing that, Sarah! I appreciate it.
      –Lisa

  3. Brad Holderbaum says:

    Anything you could share regarding Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 would be appreciative. Do you know where I could find the real world application for either course
    Thanks so much,
    Brad

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