Everyday Mathematics The University of Chicago School Mathematics Project
About Everyday Mathematics

About the Virtual Learning Community

The Virtual Learning Community (VLC) is a website where elementary school mathematics educators can:

  • watch Everyday Mathematics lesson videos from real classrooms,
  • investigate students' mathematical work,
  • explore instructional tools other Everyday Mathematics teachers are using,
  • build a personal library of Everyday Mathematics resources,
  • create or join a discussion group of teachers interested in similar issues,
  • and share your own resources.

The site is created and maintained by staff at the Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education (CEMSE), the home of Everyday Mathematics. CEMSE’s VLC is supported by a National Science Foundation-supported project called “Virtual Learning Communities: An Online Professional Development Resource for STEM Teachers.”

To join the VLC please visit: cemseprojects.org/vlc

Related Links

Everyday Mathematics Online

With a login provided by your child’s teacher, access resources to help your child with homework or brush up on your math skills.

Professional Development

The Center for Elementary Mathematics and Science Education offers strategic planning services for schools that want to strengthen their Pre-K–6 mathematics programs.

On the Publisher's Site

McGraw-Hill Education's website features supplemental materials, games, assessment and planning tools, technical support, and more.