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1 “Building Math Confidence through Daily Boost Up”
PresenterS: Robin cook & LAbonnie J. Wise

2 DO NOW What is engagement?
Take a few minutes and write down some descriptors of what it “looks like” and “sounds like” when students are engaged in your classroom.

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4 Ground Rules Take responsibility for your own learning
Actively participate Ask questions Listen to learn Respect classmates creative thinking Honor time limits Silence cell phones (including texting)

5 Session Agenda Session Goals Opening Activity
Activities 1 & 2: What Doesn’t Belong? Course Set-up Introduction to Mathstarters and Exit Tickets Mathstarter & Share-out Advantages: Mathstarters & Exit Tickets Challenges: Mathstarters & Exit Tickets Guided Learning Activities Q & A Exit Ticket

6 Session Goals At conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: Create and implement activities to foster student engagement Facilitate a learning environment that is student-centered; and Develop and implement math starters and exit tickets in daily class sessions

7 How We Teach Makes A Difference!

8 Introductory Algebra Sample Weekly Schedule

9 Opening Activity: Clock Buddies
Purpose To foster engagement and networking in the classroom everyday by creating pairs for daily partnered activities.

10 Activity 1: What Doesn’t Belong?

11 Activity 2: What Doesn’t Belong?

12 Resource

13 Strategies for Motivating Students
Following are some research-based strategies for motivating students to learn. Become a role model for student interest. Get to know your students. Use examples freely Use a variety of student-active teaching activities Set realistic performance goals Place appropriate emphasis on testing and grading Be free with praise and constructive in criticism Give students as much control over their own education as possible

14 Mini-lessons with quick checks
Course Set-up Math Starters 10 minutes Share-out 5-10 minutes Guided Activity 10-15 minutes Mini-lessons with quick checks 40 minutes Exit Tickets 5 minutes

15 Math Starters and Exit Tickets
Beginning each class session with a math starters will help you make the most effective use of your class time. “Ticket to leave” (or “exit ticket”) is an ideal way to end a class.  It can serve as a number of purposes: provide feedback to the instructor about the class; require the student to do some synthesis of the day’s content; and challenge the student with a question requiring some application of what was learned in the lesson.

16 Activity 3: Sample Math Starters

17 Advantages Mathstarters Exit Tickets
Fosters engagement at the beginning of every class Builds math confidence in Dev Ed students Allows an opportunity for students to take ownership of their learning Used a pre-assessment of students prior knowledge before teaching a topic Helps guide the usage of peer tutoring in the classroom Exit Tickets Helps instructors plan the next day lesson Helps instructor informally measure each students level of understanding Allows an opportunity to apply skills to real world applications Brings closure to a lesson

18 Challenges Mathstarters Exit Tickets
Students with very low skills feeling successful every class Instructors uses it to teach a lesson Instructors do not allow an opportunity for students to share out or work with peers Exit Tickets Math Instructors not using the data collected from the exit ticket Using closed-ended questionsinstead of open-ended questions

19 Q & A

20 2 Big Ideas I heard in this session
Exit Ticket 2 Big Ideas I heard in this session (write these down) 1 big “aha” moment I had (share with group)

21 Resources Andersen, M. (2011). Intermediate Algebra Instructor’s Resource Binder. Cengage Learning Bridge to Algebra, Greenberg, Dan. (1996). Funny & Fabulous Fraction Stories. Scholastic Teaching Resources Muschla, Gary, et al. (1998). Math Starters! 5-to-10 Minute Activities That Make Kids Think, Grades 6-12 Muschla, Gary, et al. (2013). Math Starters: 5-to-10 Minute Activities Aligned with the Common Core Math Standards, Grade 6-12 Thompson, Frances M. (2010). The Algebra Teacher’s Activity-a-Day, Grades 6-12: Over 180 Quick Challenges for Developing Math and Problem Solving Skills.


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