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FACILITATORS: KIM BROKER, ANNA KULLINGER, AND CHANH SAYOUTH For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Do the Math /Now! Math Fellow Training 2013

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Do Now For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Write on a post-it responding to the following questions: If you could wake up anywhere tomorrow where would it be? What was the first CD you purchased?

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Professional Development Outcomes Understand the scope and sequence of Do The Math Teacher Guides and Lessons Become familiar with the materials provided with Do The Math Understand how to use the Beginning and End- of Module Assessments to inform instruction and guide lessons Use the shared lesson planning template, to plan for a lesson out of Do The Math For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only.

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Tutorial Structure: Foundational PHASEComponentPurpose Beginning I.The Do Now (5 minutes) As much about the culture of the tutorial as the content, the Do Now functions as a bridge to other components of the tutorial. The Do Now will cover fluency, basic skills, and/or number sense problem solving. Middle II. Foundational Skills (30 minutes) III. Grade Level Material (20 minutes) Provide students with support around foundational math skills and vocabulary to fill in the gaps in learning. During this time you will review and drill basic skills, individualized to the student needs. To provide students with high dosages of support and clarification as they begin to practice and engage with new material that directly relates to the Common Core State Standards at that grade level. End IV. Ticket To Leave/Exit Ticket (5 minutes) To check independent practice, revisit the tutorial objectives, and/or summarize key ideas. For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only.

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The 13 Do The Math Modules For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only.

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The 13 Do The Math Modules For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only.

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Getting to know the materials For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Teacher Bookcase Teacher Guide Annotated Workspace Student Workspace CD-Rom Interactive Software Teacher Materials Student Materials Game Bags

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Teacher Bookcase Teacher Guide TeacherSpace PD Book Read Alouds Student WorkSpace™ Manipulative Materials Interactive Whiteboard Tools ProgressSpace Online Assessments and Reporting Getting to know the materials For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only.

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Letter from Marilyn For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Read before each module Provides conceptual understandings about the math Gives visual examples

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Weekly Planner For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Shows a week at a glance with 5 lessons and a Show What You Know, end of week assessment. Lesson Summary Objectives Materials Differentiation

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Beginning and End-of Module Assessments For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Beginning Module Assessment- needs to be given at least 2-3 days prior to teaching. Students need to score above a 25% in order to show they have enough background knowledge to access the information in the module. If they score above an 80% then they do not need this module. After teaching the first ten lessons with fidelity, then use the Beginning Module Assessment to plan for instruction. End-of Module Assessment- given at the end of the module. Students need to score 80% or above in order to move on to the next module. If they score less than 80%, then reteach concepts missed.

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Gradual Release Model For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Phase 1: The teacher models and records the mathematical representation on the board. Phase 2: The teacher models again, now eliciting responses from students, and again records on the board. Phase 3: Students work in pairs to do the mathematics and then the teacher, once again, records on the board. Phase 4: Students work independently, monitored and supported by the teacher. I DO, WE DO, YOU DO

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Video Lesson For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Do you see the gradual release model in action? How is this structure supportive of student learning? What evidence do you see of strong implementation of the curriculum? Did you see the Fellow reading from the script, why is this important? What does the student engagement look like? How can you tell that students are engaged in the learning? What do you see the Fellow doing? What do you see the students doing? Are there noticings or wonderings that you have?

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Lesson Planning Template For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only.

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Planning for a Lesson For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. Read through one lesson from your module. Plan for lesson: Objective Exit Ticket Vocabulary Misconceptions Strategies Questions Work Space problems identified

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Exit Ticket For Use by DPS and Blueprint Only. o Answer the following questions on the Exit Ticket: o How many lessons are in 1 module? How many lessons do you need to teach in a module with fidelity before reassessing student understanding, why? o How do you plan to use the Beginning Module Assessment when plan for instruction? o Explain why there is a strong emphasis on the importance of lesson planning? o What questions do you still have around implementation of curriculum? o Turn in Lesson plan to coordinator for feedback.

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