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Align CGI to the Standards


Create Strategic Interventions


Develop Content Knowledge


Analyze Student Work


Developing Teacher Instructional Practices

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Professional Development Training

How do we ensure that all students show up for class in our brick and mortar and virtual classrooms? Learn from educators who are experienced in creating engaging virtual classrooms. Call today for professional development training for your school (424) 328-4437 or email today!

Our Clients Love Us

Spectacular , spectacular there is no other word in the vernacular.

Jeff Lagozzino - Principal, Mountain View School District

I honestly believe CGI is closing the Achievement Gap for our students by pushing their thinking and allowing them to develop strategies to solve problems.

Gina M. Ellis - Instructional Director, ESC South, LAUSD

Danielle Moore's work as a CGI Trainer and Coach to our school has helped to transform instructional best practices in math at my site.

Dr. Damita Miller Principal Jackie Robinson Academy Long Beach Unified School District

CGI gives you tools to improve students' critical thinking.

Martin Lim - 4th grade teacher, Hawaiian Ave. Elementary, LAUSD

"The curriculum is awesome! It is very clear and teachers should have minimum difficulty implementing it. I really like "What would it look like? because it supports multiple pathways to problem-solving. "

Dr. Norma J. BakerFormer LAUSD Coordinator for Mathematics and Science and Past California Curriculum Commissioner

Cognitively Guided Instruction


Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) is research that is based on over 30 years of questioning how students think about math. It is not a one size fits all math program. A CGI approach to math allows teachers to better understand the common core state standards and how to meet their rigorous demands. CGI supports teachers in planning purposeful problems that allow students to develop a deeper conceptual and procedural understanding of math; this leads students to develop meaningful problem solving strategies that become more sophisticated over time.

Students, in CGI classrooms, are allowed to solve problems in ways that make sense to them and as a result of this, they can reason about math, explain their thinking both orally and through written work, and make connections to more complex and formal strategies. Students gain more confidence and persevere because they see that math makes sense and that they are capable  and competent problem solvers!

Teaching One Moore Testimonies

Hear from teachers and administrators on how the CGI coaching from Teaching One Moore has influenced teaching and learning.

Jamaica Ross

Hear from a Fifth-Grade Super Teacher about how CGI Math has impacted her teaching practices and student learning in her classroom.

Dr. Rebecca Lynch

Dr. Lynch speaks about how CGI Math has impacted her school and her teachers.

Recent Posts

Insights into Cognitively Guided Instruction

Four Lenses for Viewing Student Work

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 I hope that life is treating you and yours well. I love when teachers are honest about their challenges with teaching mathematics. If one teacher is thinking it, many more teachers…

Are We Teaching Big Ideas?

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What do you do that brings you joy? I love playing tennis. I not even very good at it, but being outside and running around after a ball is exhilarating. Playing tennis…

Is The Jump in Fourth Grade Causing the Slump?

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As always, I hope this email finds you with an abundance of people, places, and things for which you can be grateful.   I am the type of person who will grow…
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Graduate Unit Course

CGI Math is now online!

We are offering an exciting opportunity for teachers to earn 3 graduate level units through our relationship with the University of San Diego. This  Cognitively Guided Instruction in Math (CGI) course is open enrollment, meaning you can enroll at anytime and take up to 6 months to finish the course. The course provides background on the development of children’s mathematical thinking, the different problem types, and opportunities to analyze student work.

Enroll today!