• enVision Math Information and Resources
    Department of Academics | East Brunswick Public Schools

    East Brunswick Public Schools adopted enVision mathematics for Grades K-6 in Fall 2022. enVision was created by award-winning authors and researchers - two of which were NCTM presidents. Others have written many books and have sat on the NCTM board. enVision math is a top-rated program on edreports and sits on an award-winning platform. The goal of enVision mathematics is to have every child achieve grade-level standards while developing an appreciation for mathematics reasoning and thinking. It has a range of resources to meet a large variety of learners. 

    There are many ways to solve a problem and one of the goals of the program is to have students use a method that is meaningful and makes sense to them - while refining approaches to move toward efficiency. The trajectory of learning generally moves from concrete to representations then abstract. In fact, every lesson moves through these stages.

    The enVision math program was fully implemented as it was created and in all grades at once to provide fidelity to the implementation and in order to provide simultaneous professional development. We are confident the enVision math program is a better fit for our students than our previous program. We chose not to exclude students from a better learning experience because of their grade level. The District initiative of meeting the needs of all learners can best be achieved by ensuring high-quality programs and instruction are occurring in all classrooms, not just in select grade levels.

    Parents and Guardians:

    Please watch this parent overview video to learn about the resources you can use at home to support your child.

  • How to Log into enVision Math

    1. Students can use the saved bookmark on their district Chromebooks

    • Open the Chrome browser
    • Click on the three-dot menu in the upper-right of your screen
    • select Bookmarks > EBnet Bookmarks > enVision Math

    2. Login through the Clever Dashboard

    • Login to Clever at https://clever.com/in/ebnet using the 'Microsoft' option.
    • Students should log in with their district username and password.

    3. Login through Google Classroom

    • Students can log into enVision Math using the link saved on their teacher's Google classroom
    • Students should log in with their district username and password
  • enVision Math Parent Night

    Video recordings of the January 3, 2023 enVision Math Parent Night are available below. In addition, links to the enVision Math slide presentation and the brochures provided at the meeting are available under 'Additional Resources'. 

  • enVision Math Parent Night Presentation
    January 3, 2023
    Grades K-4

  • enVision Math Parent Night Presentation
    January 3, 2023
    Grades 5-6

Frequently Asked Questions

  • About Frequently Asked Questions

    About Frequently Asked Questions

    Click on the category titles to see answers to questions in each section. If you have a question that hasn't been addressed, please submit your question through the enVision Math contact form at the end of the Frequently Asked Questions section.

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  • New Jersey Student Learning Standards

    New Jersey Student Learning Standards

    Questions in this section:
    Have the math benchmarks for each grade level changed?
    How does this program prepare my child for state exams?

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  • Teacher Professional Development

    Teacher Professional Development

    Questions in this section:
    How much training did our teachers receive for this program?
    How are teachers being supported?

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  • Classroom Instruction

    Classroom Instruction

    Questions in this section:
    How can the teacher address all of the different needs in the class?
    What data does the teacher collect and use to make the student groups? How often is data collected?
    My child is shy. Will she be penalized for not speaking up or sharing in class?
    Can teachers choose which pieces of the program they would like to use?
    Can teachers spend more time on a lesson if the students are having difficulty?
    Why are the students given such a long time in the classroom for discussing their answers?
    Are the Solve and Share problems new problems or problems the students have already learned?
    How will individual student learning gaps be addressed?
    Are students writing their math or only doing the math on the Chromebook?
    How are the videos used in the classroom? Does the teacher teach or just show a video?
    When does the teacher teach the new skill for the day?
    Does my child get 15 minutes each day with the teacher in a small group?
    How much math instructional time are the students receiving daily?
    When students are working with a partner, how do they know if they are doing the problem correctly?
    How does this program help my child with special needs?
    Have the students been surveyed about how they feel about the new program?
    Can you hyperlink the Bounce Pages?
    How are Questions Created?

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  • Fact Fluency

    Fact Fluency

    Questions in this section:
    Should students be working on traditional calculations at home?

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  • Multiple Solutions

    Multiple Solutions

    Questions in this section:
    Why are the students taught multiple ways to solve a simple math problem? Some of the strategies are so confusing.

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  • Vocabulary


    Questions in this section:
    Why does my child need to learn these new math terms?
    How often will the students use the math vocabulary they are learning?

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  • Homework


    Questions in this section:
    Why do students need homework?
    Should homework be online or on paper?
    Will there be daily homework?
    Should my child’s homework be new learning or a review of what was taught in class?
    Will my child bring the practice workbook home every night?
    My child is struggling with her homework. What should I do?
    Why is homework not graded on accuracy?
    Where can I find the answers to my child’s homework?
    How can I support my child at home with his homework?

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  • Tests


    Questions in this section:
    How are tests administered?
    How often are tests administered?
    How long is the mid-year assessment? Will there be practice?
    Are there practice tests?
    How do I know how my child is doing - is anything sent home?
    How do the teachers grade the math tests?
    What happens if my child is absent on a day of a test?
    Why does my child’s test not have a grade? Report card?
    Are wrong answers reviewed in class?
    Is the practice test the exact same thing as the real test?

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  • Extra Practice

    Extra Practice

    Questions in this section:
    Where can I find extra practice problems for my child?
    Can I print the online problems?
    Does the extra practice count toward the grading?
    Will there be summer advancement/remediation opportunities?
    Will this program be supported by Kumon, Math Genie, etc.?

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  • Math Prime

    Math Prime

    Questions in this section:
    How is Math Prime different than Math 6?
    How do students qualify for Math Prime in grade 6?
    Can a student move into Math Prime mid-year?
    Are all non-Math Prime classes inclusion classes?
    Can a student move into Algebra I in grade 7 if they are not in Math Prime?
    Does this new program change the criteria for 7th-grade Honors?

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  • Secondary Math Classes

    Secondary Math Classes

    Questions in this section:
    How will the enVision Math program transition into secondary math classes?
    Will students still have a choice in how to solve the problems in grades 7 and up?
    How is differentiation done in secondary math classrooms?

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  • More questions and answers will be added soon. If you have a question that was not addressed, please click here to submit your question on our contact form.

    More questions and answers will be added soon. If you have a question that was not addressed, please click here to submit your question on our contact form.

    Please submit your question in our enVision Math contact form and a member of the East Brunswick Public Schools will contact you as soon as possible.

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