At Titus believe that it is crucial for students to have strong conceptual understandings in mathematics to be successful and independent problem solvers.

Students must also develop strong procedural competency as math concepts become more complex.   These goals will be addressed using a variety of instructional materials and approaches including constructivist learning theory and inquiry-based learning for students whom need to create their own understanding of concepts. For the learning that needs more guidance we will employ direct instruction curricula that is carefully sequenced and highly repetitive. These lessons combined with errorless learning to teach computation, problem solving, and mathematical thinking will allow students to make progress toward goals and work with curricula that integrates core mathematical practices that focus on reasoning, communication, and number sense.