Presentation on theme: "W ELCOME H IGH S CHOOL M ATHEMATICS E DUCATORS & P RINCIPALS Day 3 Educator Effectiveness Academy Summer 2011."— Presentation transcript:
W ELCOME H IGH S CHOOL M ATHEMATICS E DUCATORS & P RINCIPALS Day 3 Educator Effectiveness Academy Summer 2011
D AY 3 The participant will: Continue to reflect on how the Standards for Mathematical Practice will be infused into daily instruction in the mathematics classroom. Continue to investigate the content of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM) and related documents.
Find Someone Who Outcome: The participant will refine his/her understanding of the Common Core State Standards and the associated vocabulary.
Mix and mingle, ask each other one question on the handout. Record the correct answer and the name of respondent Move to a new person and ask another question. Continue until the handout is complete. F IND S OMEONE W HO
John Doe answer Record name and answer Your Name Goes Here
Learning Progression of a Standard Outcome: The participant will develop a learning progression that includes a selected standard.
L EARNING P ROGRESSION OF A S TANDARD 1. In your group, discuss what a student must know before learning the targeted standard and what knowledge the targeted standard will support in later coursework. 2. Find the “Targeted Standard” in Appendix A or the appropriate framework. 3. Search the units before and after and courses before and after for standards that fall into a Learning Progression with this standard. 4. Record your findings on the provided tab le.
The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics were developed with consideration for research-based learning progressions that detail what is known today about the development of students’ mathematical knowledge, skill, and understanding over time. Examination of selected standards that exemplify a learning progression from one grade/course to another is intended to provide evidence of this fact. S UMMARY
Day 3 Outcomes for Session 2 The participant will: Identify the Standards for Mathematical Practice that would be employed while completing a selected rich open-ended mathematics task Identify standards that need support and offer suggestions regarding the types of support that would be useful
Standards for Mathematical Practice 8 Corners Outcome The participant will identify the Standards for Mathematics Practice that would be employed while completing a selected rich open-ended mathematics task.
If, which of the following must be greater than n ? Justify your answer. I. II. III.
As a group: Reach consensus on a “Top 5 List” for your group and record your results on the Group Toolkit Input form Suggest Toolkit components that would support the “Top 5 List” Toolkit Input
Grade Level/Domain or Course/Unit Top 5 Standards in Need of Supporting Documents (Record the Code for the Standard) Top 3 Toolkit Items that Need to be Created to Support this Standard Additional Comments 1 2 Group- Toolkit Input Form Algebra I – Unit 1 A.SSE.1.b Clarification A variety of examples would help to better understand this standard.
What are your overall impressions of the standards that you reviewed?
Day 3 Outcomes for Session 3 The participant will: Make connections between the message delivered by a motivational speaker and the Standards for Mathematical Practice Formulate a plan for training teachers at their school
Dan Meyer Video Outcome The participant will make connections between the message delivered by a motivational speaker and the Standards for Mathematical Practice
While watching the video, look for connections between Dan Meyer’s message and the Standards for Mathematical Practice Independently answer the provided questions Share responses with your table group Dan Meyer Video
How does Dan Meyer’s philosophy on instruction compare to the Standards for Mathematical Practice?
Reflection Outcome The participant will formulate a plan for training teachers at their school.
Independently, use the guiding questions to prepare discussion points to share with your school team Share discussion points with members of your group Reflection