At Odysseyware, we are committed to designing and publishing standards-aligned courses to support student learning. Our curriculum development team designs courses beginning with state and national standards.

Subject Matter Experts unpack each standard to craft standards-aligned learning objectives prior to collaborating with instructional designers, curriculum writers and editors to design courses, units, lessons, projects and assessments.

Courses in Mathematics, English Language Arts, Science, and History/Social Sciences are aligned to the New York Learning Standards, Core Curriuclum, and Framework.

Our digital curriculum is continually recognized for its consistent quality and rigor, with 22 technology courses receiving the ISTE Seal of Alignment for Proficiency and 22 core courses approved by Quality Matters.

Geometry 02072CC NY

Geometry 02072CC NY

Geometry is a full-year, high school math course for the student who has successfully completed the prerequisite course, Algebra I. The course focuses on the skills and methods of linear, quadratic, coordinate, and plane geometry. In it, students will gain solid experience with geometric calculations and coordinate plane graphing, methods of formal proof, and techniques of construction.

Upon successfully completing the course, the student should have mastered the following concepts:

  • Understand defined terms, axioms, postulates, and theories

  • Apply rules of formal logic and construct proofs in two-column format.

  • Know how to solve for angles given parallels, perpendiculars, and transversals.

  • Demonstrate how to solve for sides and angles of triangles, quadrilaterals, and polygons.

  • Understand trigonometric ratios and know how to use them to solve for unknown sides and angles in given triangles as well as application word problems.

  • Determine arcs, chords, and sectors of circles.

  • Calculate perimeter, area, and volume of figures and solids.

  • Graph lines and determine slopes, midpoints, and distances.

  • Make geometric constructions on paper.

  • Represent results of motion geometry (translation, rotation, reflection, dilation).

State: New York
Grade Level: 10
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Algebra II 02056CC NY

Algebra II 02056CC NY

Algebra II is a full-year, high school math course intended for the student who has successfully completed the prerequisite course Algebra I. This course focuses on algebraic techniques and methods in order to develop student understanding of advanced number theory, concepts involving quadratic, polynomial, and exponential functions, and pre-calculus theories. This course also integrates geometric concepts and skills throughout the units, as well as introducing students to basic trigonometric identities and problem solving.

Upon successfully completing the course, the student should have mastered the following concepts:

  • Perform operations on polynomials, including factoring, long division, and synthetic division.

  • Simplify and solve algebraic fractions

  • Graph and solve quadratic equations.

  • Calculate and perform operations with real and imaginary numbers.

  • Evaluate and solve radical expressions and equations.

  • Explore trigonometric identities and functions using the Unit Circle, graphs and modeling.

  • Know how to use functional notation and operations on functions.

  • Solve systems of equations with graphing, substitution, and addition.

  • Graph and solve exponential and logarithmic equations.

  • Calculate conditional probabilities of compound events.

  • Interpret sample surveys, normal distributions and observational studies.

State: New York
Grade Level: 11
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 500

Mathematics 500

Math 500 is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills, mathematical literacy, and geometric concepts. Students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, including whole numbers, decimals, and fractions. In addition, students will develop their understanding of measurement and two- and three- dimensional figures. This course also integrates mathematical practices throughout the units, as well as introducing students to algebraic, statistical, and probability concepts.

In this course, students will be taught the following:

Place Value, Addition, and Subtraction

  • Adding and subtracting of decimals and fractions
  • Comparing and ordering whole numbers
  • Determining rules for number patterns
  • Mental math
  • Rounding and estimating

Multiplying Whole Numbers and Decimals

  • Estimating whole number products
  • Multiplying decimals
  • Multiplying whole numbers
  • Properties of multiplicationDividing Whole Numbers and Decimals
  • Dividing with money
  • Dividing whole numbers and decimals
  • Estimating quotients
  • Interpreting remainders

Algebra and Graphing

  • Coordinate plane
  • Expressions
  • Graphing functions
  • Integers
  • Numerical patterns in tables and graphs
  • Order of operations
  • Scatterplots

Measurement

  • Capacity
  • Density
  • Length
  • Mass
  • Time and temperature
  • The Metric System
  • Weight
  • cting fractions
  • Adding and subtracting mixed numbers
  • Estimating sums and differences
  • Multiplying mixed numbers
  • Multiplying whole numbers and fractions

Data Analysis and Probability

  • Bar/Line Graphs
  • Choosing the right graph
  • Collecting data and frequency tables
  • Line plots
  • Listing outcomes
  • Making predictions
  • Measures of central tendency
  • Probability
  • Stem-and-Leaf plots

Geometry

  • Angles
  • Circles
  • Geometry terms
  • Polygons
  • Quadrilaterals
  • Making predictions
  • Similar and congruent figures
  • Solid figures
  • Symmetry
  • Transformations
  • Triangles

Perimeter, Area, and Volume

  • Perimeter, Area, and Volume
  • Area
  • Circumference
  • Parallelograms
  • Polygons
  • Regular polygons
  • Squares and rectangles
  • Surface area
  • Triangles
  • VolumeFinancial Literacy
  • Exploring your finances

State: National
Grade Level: 5
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 400

Mathematics 400

Math 400 is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills and mathematical literacy. In it, students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, including decimals and fractions. This course also integrates geometric concepts and skills throughout the units, teaches measurement skills, and introduces students to statistical concepts.

  • Unit 1: Use place value, fact families, and number patterns
  • Unit 2: Use knowledge of patterns and operations to round and estimate
  • Unit 3: Identify whole numbers and compare fractions
  • Unit 4: Identify the qualities of shapes and angles, and review various concepts
  • Unit 5: Use strategies for division and multiplication, and use units of measurement for capacity, weight, and length
  • Unit 6: Use multiplication strategies and fractions to solve problems
  • Unit 7: Use patterns to add, subtract, compare, and convert fractions
  • Unit 8: Use division strategies and fractions to solve problems
  • Unit 9: Read, write, and compare decimals and fractions
  • Unit 10: Collect and interpret data using different types of graphs, and review various concepts

State: National
Grade Level: 4
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Mathematics 300

Mathematics 300

Math 300 is a full-year elementary math course focusing on number skills and numerical literacy. In it, students will gain solid experience with number theory and operations, learning how to apply these in measurement situations. This course also integrates geometric concepts and skills throughout the units, as well as introducing students to statistical concepts.

  • Unit 1: Calculate problems using addition and subtraction
  • Unit 2: Identify number patterns and build on addition and subtraction skills
  • Unit 3: Use units of measurement and build on addition and subtraction skills
  • Unit 4: Demonstrate understanding of place value to thousands place
  • Unit 5: Review place value, measurement, and operations
  • Unit 6: Use the operations of multiplication, addition, and subtraction
  • Unit 7: Determine probability, and review operations and measurement
  • Unit 8: Calculate fractions and decimals, and review operations and place value
  • Unit 9: Review number patterns, operations, fractions, and shapes
  • Unit 10: Use addition, subtraction, and multiplication in various ways and review multiple topics

State: National
Grade Level: 3
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

Algebra I

Algebra I

02052CC NY

lgebra I is a full year, high school credit course that is intended for the student who has successfully mastered the core algebraic concepts covered in the prerequisite course, Pre-Algebra. Within the Algebra I course, the student will explore basic algebraic fundamentals such as evaluating, creating, solving, and graphing linear, exponential, and quadratic functions.

Upon successfully completing the course, the student should have mastered the following concepts:

  • Solve and graph single variable, absolute value, and linear equations and inequalities.

  • Solve linear, quadratic and exponential systems of equations using graphing, substitution or elimination.

  • Evaluate and solve quadratic equations and inequalities using graphing, factoring, quadratic formula, and completing the square.

  • Interpret and apply the relationship between the independent and dependent variable in a linear, exponential, and quadratic function through algebraic modeling and applications.

  • Form an equation of a line using the slope-intercept, point-slope, and standard forms of a line.

  • Apply basic fundamental rules of rational exponents.

  • Be able to construct a formula or equation necessary to solve algebraic word problems involving area, perimeter, and linear systems of equations, basic statistical reasoning, distance, and compounding interest.

  • Simplify and perform operations with radical expressions such as addition and subtraction, multiplication, and division.

  • Perform operations with polynomials such as addition and subtraction, multiplication, and factoring.

  • Interpret and analyze measures of central tendency, scatter plots, and frequency tables.

State: New York
Grade Level: 9
Category: Math
Course Length: Year

History and Geography 600

History and Geography 600

History and Geography 600 focuses on World History, with an emphasis on Western Europe. Specifically, it covers World History from ancient civilizations through the end of the 20th century, highlighting the Middle Ages and the two World Wars. These areas of focus target three major content strands: History, Geography, and Social Studies skills. 

  • Unit 1: Use maps to identify regions and explore their physical and cultural features
  • Unit 2: Describe the history and culture of ancient civilizations
  • Unit 3: Identify and compare the history, culture, and contribution of ancient Greece and Rome
  • Unit 4: Explain the history, culture, and daily life of societies in the Middle Ages
  • Unit 5: Describe geographical features, natural resources, and cultures of: Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana
  • Unit 6: Identify and explain geographical features, natural resources, and cultures of: Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, and Chile
  • Unit 7: Describe and differentiate the geographical features and history of countries regions of Africa
  • Unit 8: Summarize the history and conflicts of Western Europe
  • Unit 9: Describe the culture and government of Eastern Europe
  • Unit 10: Review the culture, conflicts, and impact of major world regions
     

State: National
Grade Level: 6
Category: History & Social Sciences
Course Length: Year

History and Geography 500

History and Geography 500

History and Geography 500 focuses on two major areas, American History and Geography. The course covers American History from early exploration through the Reconstruction, with special emphasis given to inventions and technology of the 19th and early 20th centuries, and geography of the Americas, with special emphasis on Mexico, Canada, and U.S. regional geography. These areas of focus target four major content strands: History, Geography, Government and Citizenship, and Social Studies Skills.

  • Unit 1: Describe the early explorers and settlements in the New World
  • Unit 2: Describe life in the American Colonies
  • Unit 3: Explain the causes and results of the Revolutionary War
  • Unit 4: Analyze the expansion into new territories and the causes/results of the Civil War
  • Unit 5: Justify the aspects of technology and immigration that have helped the United States to grow
  • Unit 6: Explain advancements in transportation and communication in the United States
  • Unit 7: Identify and explain the unique geography, climate, population, and economy of each region of the United States
  • Unit 8: Describe the geography, native cultures, and history of Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
  • Unit 9: Describe the geography, native cultures, and history of Canada
  • Unit 10: Review the history of early America and its neighbors

State: National
Grade Level: 5
Category: History & Social Sciences
Course Length: Year

History and Geography 400

History and Geography 400

History and Geography 400 focuses on World Geography, describing the surface of the earth and its natural features (biomes). It also teaches about cultural distinctions, placing special emphasis on North American geography and culture. Then, expanding on instruction, it presents a survey of earth and space explorations. These areas of focus target three major content strands: Geography, History, and Social Studies Skills. 

  • Unit 1: Identify features of the earth and advancements in exploration
  • Unit 2: Describe the culture, history, and geography of important seaport cities
  • Unit 3: Describe the climate, history, and geography of deserts
  • Unit 4:Describe the climate, history, and geography of the grasslands countries of Ukraine, Kenya, and Argentina
  • Unit 5: Describe the climate, history, and geography of tropical rainforests found in the Amazon and the Congo River Basin
  • Unit 6: Describe the climate, history, and geography of the Arctic and Antarctic
  • Unit 7: Describe the climate, history, and geography of the mountain countries of Nepal and Peru
  • Unit 8: Describe the environment, history, and culture of the island countries of Cuba, Iceland, and Japan
  • Unit 9: Describe the environment, history, and culture of North American countries
  • Unit 10: Review the environment, history, and culture of regions throughout the world

State: National
Grade Level: 4
Category: History & Social Sciences
Course Length: Year

History and Geography 300

History and Geography 300

This third-grade course is an exploration of the history and geography of the United States. The intent of the course is to give the student an overview of the United States. The student will learn map terminology such as latitude, longitude, and compass rose. These and other geographical terms, along with an overview of the geography of the United States, will help the studentdiscuss and understand the geography of the United States.

  • Unit 1: Use maps to identify locations, regions, and human interactions
  • Unit 2: Describe features of the New England states 
  • Unit 3: Describe features of the Mid-Atlantic states
  • Unit 4: Describe features of the Southern-Atlantic states
  • Unit 5: Describe features of the Southern states
  • Unit 6: Describe features of the Great Lakes states
  • Unit 7: Describe features of the Midwestern states
  • Unit 8: Describe features of the Mountain states
  • Unit 9: Describe features of the Pacific states
  • Unit 10: Review key features in all regions of the United States

State: National
Grade Level: 3
Category: History & Social Sciences
Course Length: Year