EdReady Math (HS Geometry)

Enrollment Message:

Michigan Virtual, in partnership with The NROC Project, will continue to offer free access to EdReady Math and EdReady English to Michigan families through the 2022-2023 school year. For further details, please visit https://michiganvirtual.org/students/edready/ rather than enrolling in the Student Learning Portal (SLP). This is not an instructor-led course. Registration for EdReady requires the use of a valid email address. EdReady Math courses are for personalized enrichment or remediation. They do not follow a standardized pacing guide and may vary greatly in the length of time required for individual students to complete the content. EdReady Math courses are not 21f eligible, as it is intended for use under the supervision of local school personnel, or the student's parents or guardians.

EdReady Math permits students to self-assess for mastery of grade-level knowledge and skills and readiness their next math course. EdReady uses diagnostic testing to establish personalized study paths to fill in learning gaps and to reinforce understanding. Prerequisites: None.

Each EdReady Math goal contains between 20-80 learning topics aimed at fully preparing students for readiness for the next grade level. Online instruction follows a consistent structure of...

1. Warm Up

2. Presentation

3. Worked Examples

4. Topic Text

5. Practice

6. Review

7. Test

EdReady also utilizes a variety of topic-specific, media-rich resources, including an embedded glossary, NROC Developmental Math content, Khan Academy, and more.

As students demonstrate mastery of each skill and learning topic in their study path, they see their goal score increase as evidence of progress toward their target score of 100.

View a two-minute overview of EdReady Math from the NROC Project at https://vimeo.com/238632745.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 

Supplement their local math instruction with quality, personalized, media-rich online math content.

Master topic-specific math concepts and skills.

Be prepared for success in their next grade level or math course.

Course Outline:

GOAL 1: Introduction to Whole Numbers, Place Value and Names for Whole Numbers, Rounding Whole Numbers, Comparing Whole Numbers, Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers, Adding Whole Numbers and Applications, Subtracting Whole Numbers and Applications, Estimation, Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers, Multiplying Whole Numbers and Applications, Dividing Whole Numbers and Applications, Properties of Whole Numbers, Properties of Laws and Whole Numbers, The Distributive Property, Exponents, Square Roots, and Order of Operations, Understanding Exponents and Square Roots, Order of Operations, Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Proper and Improper Fractions, Factors and Primes, Simplifying Fractions, Comparing Fractions, Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Multiplying and Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers

GOAL 2: Introduction to Decimals, Decimals and Fractions, Ordering and Rounding Decimals, Decimal Operations, Adding and Subtracting Decimals, Multiplying and Dividing Decimals, Estimation with Decimals, Ratio and Rates, Simplifying Ratios and Rates, Proportions, Understanding Proportions, Introduction to Percent’s, Convert Percent’s, Decimals, and Fractions, Solve Percent Problems, Solve Percent Problems, U.S. Customary Units of Measurement, Length, Weight, Capacity, Metric Units of Measurement, The Metric System, Converting within the Metric System, Using Metric Conversions to Solve Problems, Temperature, Temperature Scales

GOAL 3: Basic Geometric Concepts and Figures, Figures in 1 and 2 Dimensions, Properties of Angles, Triangles, Pythagorean Theorem, Perimeter, Circumference, and Area Quadrilaterals, Perimeter and Area Circles, Volume of Geometric Solids, Solids, Statistical Graphs and Tables, Graphing Data, Other Types of Graphs, Measures of Center, Graphical Representations, Probability, Introduction to Real Numbers, Variables and Expressions, Integers, Rational and Real Numbers, Operations with Real Numbers, Adding Integers, Adding Real Numbers, Subtracting Real Numbers, Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers, Properties of Real Numbers, Associative, Commutative, and Distributive Laws, Simplifying Expressions, Order of Operations

GOAL 4: Solving Equations, Solving One-Step Equations Using Properties of Equality, Solving Multi-Step Equations Special Cases and Applications, Formulas, Solving Inequalities, Solving One-Step Inequalities, Solving Multi-Step Inequalities, Compound Inequalities and Absolute Value, Compound Inequalities, Equations and Inequalities and Absolute Value, Integer Exponents, Exponential Notation, Simplify by using the Product, Quotient and Power Rules, Products and Quotients Raised to Powers, Scientific Notation, Polynomials with Single Variables, Introduction to Single Variable Polynomials, Adding and Subtracting Polynomials, Multiplying Polynomials, Multiplying Special Cases

GOAL 5: Introduction to Factoring, Greatest Common Factor, Factoring Polynomials, Factor Trinomials, Factoring: Special Cases, Graphs and Applications, The Coordinate Plane, Graphing Linear Equations, Slope and Writing the Equation of a Line, Finding the Slope of a Line, Writing the Equation of a Line, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines, Graphing Linear Inequalities, Graphing Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Graphing Systems of Linear Equations, Graphing Systems of Inequalities, Algebraic Methods to Solve Systems of Equations, The Substitution Method, The Elimination Method, Introduction to Roots and Rational Exponents, Roots Squares, Cubes and Beyond, Operations with Radicals, Adding and Subtracting Radicals, Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions, Introduction to Trigonometric Functions, Right Triangle, Trigonometry

Resources Included: All content materials are included, though it is recommended that students have access to paper, pencils, and a calculator while completing work online.

Additional Costs: None

Scoring System: This course does not produce a final score within the Student Learning Portal. All scoring is kept within the individual student's EdReady dashboard. Students can track their progress over time, starting from their initial goal score set by a diagnostic test. This score increases toward a target score of 100, indicating mastery has been demonstrated for all skills contained within the goal's scope of study.

Time Commitment: EdReady Math courses are for personalized enrichment or remediation. They do not follow a standardized pacing guide and may vary greatly in the length of time required for individual students to complete the content. Year round courses are open entry, in that students may start on any date during the Year Round session. However, there is an defined end date and students do not have a "year" to work on courses. Students must finish all Year Round courses by the session end date in mid August.

Technology Requirements: Students will require a computer device with access to YouTube.

Please review the Michigan Virtual Technology Requirements: https://michiganvirtual.org/about/support/knowledge-base/technical-requirements/ 

Instructor Support System: For technical issues within your course, contact the Customer Care Center by email at [email protected] or by phone at (888) 889-2840.

Instructor Contact Expectations: N/A - EdReady Math courses are not 21f eligible, as it is intended for use under the supervision of local school personnel, or the student's parents or guardians.

Academic Support Available: N/A - EdReady Math is a content-only online math program that can be used in local educational programs to support Tier 1 blended learning environments or to support Tier 2 or Tier 3 systems of support for math interventions and progress monitoring. Enrollment in EdReady Math is not accompanied by the support of an online instructor. For technical issues within the course, students can contact the Michigan Virtual Customer Care by email at [email protected] or by phone at (888) 889-2840.

Required Assessment: Each EdReady Math Goal added by the student to his/her dashboard will require completion of a diagnostic test that will serve as the basis to establish a personalized study path for each student. Thereafter, students will complete short assessments for each lesson skill not yet mastered.

Technical Skills Needed: No special skills are required beyond being able to operate a computer and use word processing software.

Additional Information: This is not an instructor-led course.


School Level: High School
Standards: Common Core State Standards-Math
NCAA Approved: No
Alignment Document: Document
Course Location:
NCES Code: 02996
MDE Endorsement Code:
MMC Minimum Requirements:

When Offered: _Internal Use Only

Content Provider: NROC
Instructor Provider: None

Course Type: EdReady