Built for the Florida B.E.S.T. Standards
Empower your math students with academic language. Ellevation Math is a supplemental program designed to develop the academic language students need to excel in today’s language-rich math classrooms. With Ellevation Math, EL and math teachers can collaborate on instruction and impact student outcomes.
See Ellevation Math In Action
Prepare learners for equitable participation in grade level math
Through confidence-building scenarios called Primers, students develop academic language through modeled real-world problem solving and learn academic vocabulary in context.
Meet the needs of language learners with instructional supports
To support comprehensible input, Primers feature:
Read-aloud narrations with adjustable pace | Embedded language supports | Synchronized word-highlighting | Dictionary with easily accessible definitions in Spanish, Haitian Creole, and more | Consistent visual anchors for all academic terms | Printable reference sheets to support classroom learning
Empower ELL and math teachers with insights to best serve students
Each Primer includes insights into student use of academic language for a purpose: to inform, explain, and argue. Educators can easily review math and vocabulary test results - meaning ELL and math teachers can effectively partner to inform instruction and best meet the needs of language learners.
Discover How Ellevation Math Supports Student Success
"Ellevation helps students build the academic language they need to engage in math classrooms by bringing concepts to life through Primers and interactive classroom resources.” "
-Natallie Liz, ESOL Coordinator, Monroe County Schools
Aligns to the Florida B.E.S.T. standards
Ellevation Math was built for the Florida B.E.S.T. content standards in grades 3-9, and can be easily integrated in the scope and sequence used by your district. Search by math domain and standard, topic, vocabulary, and more!
Supports student discourse
Learn key strategies to build student mindset in Dr. Jeff Zwiers’ "A Model for Improving the Quality of Student Talk in Mathematics Classrooms" webinar