Algebra and Algebraic Thinking

Algebra is a branch of mathematics that involves the use of symbols and letters to represent numbers and mathematical relationships. It is used to study mathematical operations and structures and to solve equations and problems that involve unknown quantities.

Algebraic thinking also involves the use of algebraic properties and techniques, such as the distributive property, the associative property, and factoring, to simplify equations and solve problems. It can be applied to a wide range of mathematical concepts, from arithmetic and geometry to calculus and beyond.


Tier 1Tier 1

Core, universal instructional practices.


tier 2Tier 2

Supplemental interventions that work similarly for all students receiving them.


tier 3Tier 3 and Special Education

Intensive interventions that are increasingly tailored to each student's individual needs. Special Education is "Tier 3 on steroids."

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