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Title: WELCOME HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS EDUCATORS


1
WELCOMEHIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS EDUCATORS
PRINCIPALS
  • Day 2
  • Educator Effectiveness Academy
  • Summer 2011

2
Double Bubble
Live in Anne Arundel Co.
Live in Harford Co.
Married
Born in Jersey Shore, PA
Born in Baltimore, MD
Linda Kaniecki
Debby Ward
Like to Travel
High School in DC
Golden Retriever
No Pets
3
DAY 2
  • The participant will
  • Continue to reflect on how the Standards for
    Mathematical Practice will be infused into daily
    instruction in the mathematics classroom.
  • Investigate the content of the Common Core State
    Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) and related
    documents.

4
Feedback
If a thought comes to mind that would help to
inform future work, please share by writing the
thought on a Post-it note and placing it on the
appropriate Feedback poster.
5
Standards for Mathematical Practice Matching
Activity
Outcome The participant will make connections
between the thought processes used in completing
a typical mathematical task and the behaviors
described in the Standards for Mathematical
Practice.
6
Standards for Mathematical Practice Matching
Activity
  • Task
  • Look at the contents of your groups envelope.
  • Think about and discuss how you would solve each
    problem.
  • Reflect on the proficiencies described in the
    Standards for Mathematical Practice and their
    connections to the approach used.
  • Based on the approach you used, match the
    predominate Standard for Mathematical Practice to
    the problem.
  • Note- This is not a one-to-one matching
    exercise more Standards exist than problems.
    This exercise was designed to promote discussion
    about the Standards for Mathematical Practice!

7
Summary
  • Completion of problems, such as those used in
    this activity represent just one way of helping
    students develop the proficiencies described in
    the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
  • While we asked you to select just one standard
    for each problem, in reality using these
    standards should be very fluid in that multiple
    Standards for Mathematical Practice may be
    addressed within any given lesson or activity.

8
Scavenger Hunt
Outcome The participant will become better
acquainted with the content of the Common Core
State Standards for Mathematics.
9
Scavenger Hunt
  1. One your own, search through the Common Core
    State Standards for Mathematics for the answers
    to each question.
  2. Compare answers with the members of your group.

10
Check for Understanding
Think-Pair-Share What are some of the
similarities and differences between the K-8
Content Standards and the High School Content
Standards?
11
Principals Welcome to Session 2
12
  • Day 2
  • Outcomes for Session 2
  • The participant will
  • Deepen their familiarity with
  • the Standards of Mathematical
  • Practice and the Common Core
  • State Standards for Mathematics
  • Become familiar with the
  • Maryland Common Core State
  • Curriculum frameworks

13
Jeopardy
Outcome The participant will deepen their
familiarity with the Standards for Mathematical
Practice and the Common Core State Standards.
14
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15
Check for Understanding
  • 1. How many Standards for Mathematical Practice
    are there?
  • What is the difference between the way the codes
    for the K-8 and the High School standards begin?

16
Maryland Common Core State Curriculum Framework
Documents Exploration
Outcome The participant will become familiar
with the Maryland Common Core State Curriculum
frameworks.
17
Maryland Common Core State Curriculum Framework
Documents Exploration
  • Divide into Expert Groups
  • Using the Framework Document, respond to the
    Exploration Questions
  • Compare answers and prepare summary statements in
    Expert Groups
  • Move to Home Group
  • Present summary from Expert Group to Home Group

Jigsaw Strategy
18
CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING
  • What is the purpose of the
  • Essential Skills and Knowledge Statements?
  • Why do some standards appear multiple
  • times within a course and/or in two different
  • courses?

19
Principals Welcome to Session 3
20
  • Day 2
  • Outcomes for Session 3
  • The participants will
  • Review the Standards for Mathematical Practice
  • the Common Core State Standards and the
  • Maryland Common Core State Curriculum
  • Frameworks
  • Analyze selected standards
  • Generate instructional strategies which might be
  • used to develop students understanding of the
  • standard
  • Make connections to the Standards for
    Mathematical
  • Practice

21
  • Outcome
  • The participant will review the
  • Standards for Mathematical Practice
  • Common Core State Standards for
  • Mathematics
  • Maryland Common Core State Curriculum
  • Frameworks
  • Task
  • At each poster record a fact, that you
    have
  • learned in one of the earlier sessions,
    about
  • the given topic. Do not duplicate
    statements.
  • Topics
  • Standards for Mathematical
  • Practice
  • Structure and the Vocabulary of the Common
    Core State Standards for Mathematics
  • 3. Maryland Common Core State
  • Curriculum Framework

22
Pass the Standard
Outcome The participant will analyze selected
standards, generate instructional strategies and
make connections to the Standards for
Mathematical Practice.
23
Step 1
Locate this standard using the Common Core State
Standards or a Framework.
24
Step 2
Write the language of the standard under the code.
25
Record an idea of an experience that you might
include in a lesson targeting this standard and
if time allows record a Math Practice that might
be applicable.
26
Pass the Standards around the table adding new
ideas until all spaces are filled
27
Summary
  • What are the challenges that teachers will face
    as they implement the new curriculum?

28
Session 4
29
  • Day 2
  • Outcomes for Session 4
  • The participant will
  • Offer suggestions for additions/improvements to
  • the Essential Skills and Knowledge statements
  • that support the standards used in the
  • Pass the Standard activity.
  • Make connections between an instructional task
  • and the content and practice standards.

30
Maryland Common Core Framework Documents Feedback
Outcome The participant will offer suggestions
for additions /improvements to the Essential
Skills and Knowledge statements that support the
standards.
31
Algebra I
A-SSE.2
34
Suggested edits/additions
Example
32
Summary
The Essential Skills and Knowledge Statements
were created in an effort to help educators
develop a common understanding of what the
standard means. What, if any, additions or
suggestions did your group come up with as you
reviewed the existing statements?
33
Making Connections
Outcome The participant will make connections
between an instructional task and the Standards
for Mathematical Practice and the content
standards.
34
Making Connections
  • Complete the assigned problem.
  • Share your approach and outcome with your group.
  • Search through the Common Core State Standards
    for
  • standards that this problem would support.
  • Discuss how this problem might be used in a
    lesson.
  • Identify and discuss connections between thought
  • processes used while solving this problem and
    the
  • Standards for Mathematical Practice.
  • Pair up with someone who has a different problem.
  • Share summary of discussions about assigned
    problem.

35
Summary
  • Standards for Mathematical Practice are not
    isolated skills or activities instead they are
    the appropriate observable actions that students
    display.

36
Summary
  • All Standards for Mathematical Practice will
    not be demonstrated with every math exercise
    given, but multiple standards should be evident
    in every mathematics lesson.

37
Summary
  • The mathematically proficient student should
    have such a well-grounded understanding of the
    Standards for Mathematical Practice that they
    become habits of mind to be applied as needed
    when dealing with any mathematics problem.

38
Exit Ticket
  • On Post-Its, please write any questions that you
    have about
  • Standards for Mathematical Practice
  • Common Core State Standards for
  • Mathematics
  • Maryland Common Core Curriculum
  • Frameworks
  • Post your questions on the Exit Ticket poster as
    you leave for the day.
  • Thanks!
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