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TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2013 8:00 – 12:00 SEASCAPE GOLF CLUB Administrator Kick Off

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Description of Practice Improving problem-solving in Middle School students using Complex Performance Assessment Tasks designed and implemented through cross content collaboration. Utilize this evidence of student learning to adapt teaching and learning to meet the immediate learning needs of our diverse population of students. Teach perseverance with continuing practice. Two Examples o 1. MARS tasks in the classroom @ E. A. Hall o 2. CaMSP collaborative lesson (% of a Number)

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Links to Common Core Instructional Shifts Eight Mathematical Practices 1. Making sense of problems and persevering in solving them (SMP#1). 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively (SMP#2). 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others (SMP#3). 4. Model with mathematics (SMP#4). 5. Use appropriate tools strategically (SMP#5) 6. Attend to precision (SMP#6). 7. Look for and make use of structure (SMP#7). 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning (SMP#8).

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An example of a MARS task

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Impact on Students Number Cruncher (pre)NecklacesOdd NumbersMystery Numbers Pedro's NumbersPentagonsToy TrainsNumber Cruncher (post) max pts. = 10 max pts. = 7 max pts. = 14max pts. = 7max pts. = 10max pts. = 7max pts. = 10 Benavides-Viorato, Fabiola3.5132+0625abs. Berrelleza-Soto, Jonathan10507+738710 Carrisoza-Fernandez, Noelia9.5557+738abs.10 Castillo-Perez, Maria Guadalupe9.5664+07879 Cortes-Luna, Diana1111+06255 Garcia, Hector Javier5.537+13abs.37 Gonzalez-Muniz, Joely Ivett8.5527+75107 Hernandez-Hipolito, America Elin2437+74875 Ismerio-Ruiz Jr, Juan Manuel1221+122abs.4 Lopez, Eniya Alexis7237+02abs.56 Lopez-Gonzalez, Karen4377+72648 Medel, Jesusabs.337+0543abs. Medina, Jesse Alexander6767+778710 Milanes-Nunez, Camila Angela6347+768abs.9 Murshid, Muthana (Moy)2437+76967 Rangel, Fabiola Teresa3607+44878 Rodriguez-Haro, Javier8444+0abs.2610 Rojas, Emanuel Eli6275+05abs.710 Salazar, Daniela10767+751049 Sarabia-Lara, Bryan Eduardo9437+71679 Vazquez, Sergio3647+054abs. Villanueva, Karla6.5322+05677 Zamudio-Palmerin, Zino6737+70248 Average5.774.093.489.304.186.055.688.05 57.70%40.90%34.80%66.45%59.71%60.50%81.14%80.50%

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Tips on Implementation (Lessons Learned) The most effective use of formative assessment occurs on a daily basis. Use Socratic seminars! Quit prompting and scaffolding every step of the way – provide a foundation for autonomy. Be patient, students will flounder at first and then gradually gain skills on how to analyze a challenge, utilize prior learning, and implement a purposeful solution to a problem. Collaborate often w/ other teachers and share: English language skills Art – many common factors with math Phy. Ed. – oppty list: statistics, geometry

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Resources & Tools for getting started The ‘Kithen sink’: SVMI/Mars tasks Problems of the month Videos/flipped classroom Math coaches Enroll in training (e.g. CaMSP, Critical Thinking) Utilize ‘vaulted’ lessons Other teachers & coaches Contact Information Randy Braun E.A. Hall randall_braun@pvusd.net “Technology is no panacea”

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