By: Tara Harrell Math Specialist Hawkins County School

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By: Tara Harrell Math Specialist Hawkins County School
Common Core Math By: Tara Harrell Math Specialist Hawkins County School

Snowball Activity 1. Write one thing you know about
Common Core State Standards (CCSS). 2. Write one question you have about CCSS. Give each participant sheet of blank paper. Follow above directions. Have them wad up their snowball. Have a snowball fight!!! Then they may comment or answer question. Repeat and throw again. This time they may comment and then share from their “snowball”. Put all unanswered questions on the “parking lot”. * Note – may also have a volunteer to take notes throughout the session.

Which one are you? What do these images mean to you? Share with your shoulder partner. Discuss/Share out: Example items to pull out…. Are you pushing the snowball up the hill …are you running from the snowball??? Where should we be ??? You are just like everybody else everyone will be able to identify with both of these at some point Etc…

Playing the Neuroscience Trump Card
Six Brain Science Principles

HOW ? Standards of Mathematical Practice
Stress in the video Emily Barton talks about the mathematical practices and how the overlay of the practices on this 3rd grade cookie problem is what adds the depth…the manner is HOW this is taught. Not just the fact that they are doing multiplication and division in 3rd grade. Mathematical Practices (there are 8 of them !!!) = the HOW Mathematical Standards = the WHAT

Standards for Mathematical Practices
Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. 5. Use appropriate tools strategically. 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 6. Attend to precision. 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. 7. Look for and make use of structure. 4. Model with mathematics. 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. Groups share out.

Planning Lessons with the Standards for Mathematical Practice
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Planning Lessons with the Standards for Mathematical Practice

Mathematical Character
As you listen to the following 5 min video clip commentary of Phil Daro, please pay attention to key concepts he uses to describe the Mathematical Practices. Be ready to share out your ideas/thoughts.

WHAT ? Standards of Mathematical Content
The 2nd piece of the math standards = The Mathematical Content Standards The Mathematical Content Standards = WHAT we teach

TNCore Focus Standards for each grade level for mathematics in grades 3-8

Dropped Tennessee Math SPI’s
3rd Grade – dropped 8 Standards 6th Grade – dropped 8 Standards 4th Grade – dropped 9 Standards 7th Grade – dropped 8 Standards 5th Grade – dropped 5 Standards 8th Grade – dropped 5 Standards Have participants take a moment to review the (SPI’s) to be Dropped Handout Table Talk: What do you notice? What surprises you?

…and deeper. 3rd Grade Math There were 28 cookies on a plate.
3OA.3 (Operations and Algebraic thinking): Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problems. There were 28 cookies on a plate. Five children each ate 1 cookie. Two children each ate 3 cookies. One child ate 5 cookies. The rest of the children each ate 2 cookies. Then the plate was empty How many children ate 2 cookies? Use multiplication equations and other operations, if needed, to show how you found your answer. Jane thinks this question can be solved by dividing 28 by 2. She is wrong. Explain using equations and operations why this is not possible. See Tara’s pdf of multiple ways to solve this task Source: University of Pittsburgh, Copyrighted

Procedural Fluency Pool Border
How many different ways can you find to count the border tiles of an 8 x 8 pool without counting them one at a time? p. 25 (Van de Walle, Karp, and Bay-Williams 2010b, 257)

Conceptual Understanding Tile Problem
A construction worker puts 1 foot by 1 foot tiles on the floor to form shapes of different sizes that follow the pattern below: # 2 # 4 # 5 p. 28 (Pearson Education, Inc. 2008, B-25)

Must Have Resources !!! Anything Van De Walle

NC Unpacking the Standards PARCC content Model Frameworks Mathematical Practices Classroom Posters (Jordan School District, Utah) Arizona Progression Documents TNCore Cut SPIs TnCore Focus Stan dards (2 per grade) CCSS Mathematical Practices and Content Standards for your grade level

Websites & Apps www.corestandards.org www.tncore.org
www.insidemathematics.org Common Core Standards Common Core Look-Fors

THANK YOU !!! Tara Harrell