Welcome Archdiocese of Louisville, KY!
ORIGO Stepping Stones 2.0 has been developed by a team of experts to create a comprehensive program that is rooted in Common Core Standards but aligned to the Archdiocese of Louisville Standards.
ORIGO Stepping Stones 2.0 brings you a core math program built with a focus on:
conceptual development versus multiple choice repetitive work,
a user friendly approach for both students and teachers,
professional learning through implementation and embedded videos,
and most importantly, the love of mathematics into the classroom.
We invite you to review ORIGO Stepping Stones 2.0.
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Digital Teacher Edition access through ORIGO Slate
The Digital Teacher Edition for Stepping Stones 2.0 offers a complete suite of digital content and teaching tools. Access the content and tools using a single sign-on using ORIGO Slate. Features include: interactive whiteboard tools, games, puzzles, problem tasks and embedded support through tutorials, videos, and teacher notes.
ORIGO QUICKsteps Teacher Edition for Grades K-5 (Print)
Stepping Stones 2.0 offers an all-in-one printed guide as a supplement or an alternative to the Digital Teacher Edition. Each module is printed as a book to make access easier for teachers. All twelve modules and a “getting started” guide is presented in a slipcase per grade level for convenient storage in the classroom. Click on this link to view a video from James Burnett discussing QUICKsteps. The links below contain sample pages from each grade level.
"The aspect I love the most is how devoted ORIGO is to teaching kids the WHY behind math instead of just the HOW. ORIGO doesn’t show kids “tricks” for solving problems, but simply shows them how to arrive at an answer mathematically all while building kids’ number sense beginning in Kindergarten.”
"I feel that our students are reaping the benefits from this wonderful math program, which believes that number sense is the bedrock of math."
Math Lead, St. Francis School in Louisville, KY
"Stepping Stones is the most thorough, consistent and developmentally appropriate curriculum. The curriculum was written to support the content and the INTENT of the standards. It’s not just ‘aligned,’ it is directly written for the standards."
Kentucky Center for Mathematics
Contact us to learn more about ORIGO Stepping Stones for the Archdiocese of Louisville, KY.
Resource Advisor, ORIGO Education