New Product Update: Cosenza’s TEKS Companion

Does your district need a resource to support intervention, preparation for STAAR, or independent instruction in middle school math? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Cosenza’s TEKS Companion.

Cosenza’s TEKS Companion is a supplemental resource for grades 3-8 and Algebra I.  The material is available in print and consists of a student workbook and a brief teacher’s manual. It is designed to support TEKS-based instruction, providing background information on the student expectations and numerous practice problems.  

Lessons are organized in units based on major strands of the TEKS, and each lesson addresses individual student expectations of the TEKS. The material provides comprehensive definitions of key academic vocabulary, consistency in lesson design, and substantial use of pictorial models.

As material is intended to supplement instruction, it can be used in a variety of instructional settings; however, it  does not include assessments or adaptions for special populations.

Read Learning List’s full Editorial Review to learn more about the content and design of TEKS Companion. Learning List has also completed a standard-by-standard alignment report for each grade level covered by this material and a review of the material’s technology compatibility.  To learn more about this product and thousands more PreK-12 instructional materials, contact Learning List for subscription information. 

About Cosenza*

Cosenza & Associates, LLC, was founded in 2010 by Gary Cosenza and Dr. Paul Gray. We founded this company in order to provide a better organizational structure for putting our expertise to work for schools and districts across Texas and around the nation.  Cosenza & Associates, LLC, is a consulting firm based in Dallas, Texas. We provide professional development, curriculum support and development, and high-quality instructional resources for K-12 mathematics. Our managing directors and associates have 100+ collective years of education experience, including classroom teaching at all levels, campus-level leadership, and district-level leadership. Information in this section is provided by or adapted from Cosenza & Associates