What are NWEA Integrated Math assessments?

Integrated Math assessments are part of the Upper Math test packages include in your MAP license.

Integrated Math does not observe the traditional boundaries between algebra and geometry. Integrated Math courses may vary in the order in which topics are taught, but their one common feature is that algebra and geometry are not taught as separate components. Generally, more emphasis is placed on coordinate geometry and transformations and less is placed on formal axiomatic geometry in Integrated Math courses. It's also common for Integrated Math courses to include a substantial component of statistics and probability, which is not usually found in traditional algebra courses. The goal structures for NWEA’s Integrated Math tests are very similar to the MAP 6+ goal structures for many states.

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