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1 Teaching and Learning Day Four – STF Institute

2 Excel specialists! Juan Amador Andrea Schwarz Erdeen Britt Icy Jones Scott Crumpler Dana Twyman Mara Schanfield Leo Jones Angela Marino

3 Mock EWI Meeting Materials are available

4 Samples of Implementation Data 4 of 8 teachers are implementing cooperative learning strategies After school program has on average 7 attendees each afternoon Mentees are using inconsistent approaches to having conversations with students 2 of the 5 tutors are using the strategies that they were trained on in August

5 Agenda Awareness of Common Core What is the TDS blueprint - video How do we impact instruction - video – How can team’s impact this? – How do I connect to tiered supports? – How can this build a common culture? Leveraging City Year to impact student learning How do I Facilitate? Who do I coordinate with?

6 Goals for This Morning Develop awareness of CCSS and their intended impact on classroom practices Examine underpinnings of Talent Development Secondary approach to Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Identify supporting roles in a DN school for impacting classroom practices Move toward a more integrated approach

7 Students receiving the instruction and support that they need Adults receiving the support they need to provide strong instruction and support

8 TDS Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Development High implementation for CCSS or state standards High Implementation of TDS blueprint Job embedded support Access to real-time data TDS curriculum

9 Common Core State Standards Four Corners Corner 1 - My understanding of the CCSS in extensive Corner 2 – I am beginning to explore websites and documents about CCSS and have some understanding Corner 3 – I have very little understanding Corner 4 – I have no understanding

10 K-W Please generate at your corner something(s) your group agrees on for the “Know” Piece of your KWL Please generate the top 3 items you Want to Know

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12 Overview of Mathematics Standards Grade Level Standards K -8 grade-by-grade standards organized by domain high school standards organized by conceptual categories Standards for Mathematical Practice Describe mathematical “habits of mind” Standards for mathematical proficiency: Reasoning Problem solving Modeling Decision making Engagement Connect with content standards in each grade

13 Overview Middle Grades Mathematics Standards Focus learning on geometry, algebra, probability and statistics Ratio and proportional reasoning provide the lens through which multiplication and division are explored Algebraic structure develops through the properties of operations The concept of function develops as quantitative relationships are explored Foundations of deductive geometry are set Data representation, begun in grades K –5, provides the foundation for the study of statistics in grades 6 –8

14 Overview of High School Mathematics Standards Expect students to practice applying mathematical ways of thinking to real world issues and challenges Require students to develop a depth of understanding and ability to apply mathematics to novel situations, as college students and employees regularly are called to do Emphasize mathematical modeling, the use of mathematics and statistics to analyze empirical situations, understand them better, and improve decisions Identify the mathematics that all students should study in order to be college and career ready

15 Overview of Organizational Structure ELA CCSS Reading Standards for Literature and Informational Text Key Ideas and Details Craft and Structure Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity Speaking and Listening Standards Comprehension and Collaboration Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas Writing Standards Text Types and Purposes Production and Distribution of Writing Research to Build and Present Knowledge Range of Writing Language Standards Conventions of Standard English Knowledge of Language Vocabulary Acquisition and Use

16 Overview of CCSS in Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects Standards are embedded at grades K-5 Content-specific literacy standards are provided for grades 6-8, 9-10, and Reading and writing standards Literacy in History/Social Studies Literacy in Science and Technical Subjects Supplementary standards for teachers of these disciplines

17 Supports for Teachers to Build Capacity and Increase Awareness Curriculum mapping Facilitated common planning time for all teaching a specific math course CCSS library of materials, resources and information with easy accessibility Professional development Collaborative sessions around student work

18 K-W-L Please return to your corner and discuss one or two items you would like to add to the Learn column from this session.

19 CIA Blueprint activity “+,” highlights, “-” in the blueprint Find a protocol, rules, etc. that use this strategy. Debrief as table groups Find one thing that you all gave a plus to Find one thing that you all had a question or “- ” on

20 VIDEO

21 Pulling it all together to impact Instruction Leveraging human resources in your school Connections to tiered student response

22 Planning Lessons to leverage City Year CM impact

23 Professional Development With City Year Once per month sessions to support Corps Members in their support of students Connected to needs at the school and focus of implementation

24 Connections to Tiered Interventions

25 Connecting EWI Data to Classroom Practice Course Performance Data Which data are we examining? One or Two Indicators to Put this Data in Context % of students making 1 or more grade level of progress % of students involved in acceleration classes, tutoring, other interventions

26 Connecting EWI Data to Classroom Practice Data surfaces: Failure math in 9 th grade Algebra exceeds 50% across teams Coach and Content Teachers Agree on Strategy: Data sources: % of students at ___ or higher on assessments and report card grades

27 Continuum of Coaching Supports Facilitating professional development, modeling, bringing teams together around data/artifacts Basic Needs-Materials, Schedules, Data Supporting self directed learning, coaching conversations, & goal setting

28 Tiered Adult Supports

29 What supports do you have available for your teachers

30 Students receiving the instruction and support that they need Adults receiving the support they need to provide strong instruction and support

31 Choice Sessions Session I: 1:30 – 2:20 Rapport with School Leadership School Transformation Plan Communities In Schools City Year Session II: 2:30 – 3:20 Using FS and MMG School Transformation Plan Communities In Schools City Year

32 Benefits Session Representatives will be available to discuss your benefits as a Johns Hopkins employee and answer any questions that you may have.

33 Lunch


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