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1 Becoming a World Class Leader: Navigating the Transition to Common Core Mathematics Leadership I and II January/February 2012

2 Linda Wise Chief Academic Officer

3 We Celebrate Marcy Leonard Kathy McKinley

4 Standards for Mathematical Practices Writing Standards Middle School Program Proposal Beginning implementation of Common Core literacy instruction Full MCCSC Implementation New Teacher and Principal Evaluation Instruments PARCC Assessment Field Testing Full PARCC Assessment Implementation

5 5 PARCC Timeline SY Development begins SY First year pilot/field testing and related research and data collection SY Second year pilot/field testing and related research and data collection SY Full administration of PARCC assessments SY Launch and design phase Summer 2015 Set achievement levels, including college-ready performance levels

6 End-of-Year Assessment Innovative, computer- based items Performance-Based Assessment (PBA) Extended tasks Applications of concepts and skills Summative assessment for accountability Formative assessment Diagnostic Assessment Early indicator of student knowledge and skills to inform instruction, supports, and PD Speaking and Listening Flexible Mid-Year Assessment Performance-based Emphasis on hard-to- measure standards Potentially summative Refinements to the PARCC Assessment Design English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics, Grades 3-11

7 Maryland State Model for Teacher Evaluation

8 Today’s Outcomes Develop a deeper understanding of the connections between exemplary mathematics teaching and learning and Common Core assessment Gain a deeper understanding of level specific content in Mathematics and the impact on my school, program, or office Reflect and share best practices for Mathematics and identify existing and future supports Enhance relationships between and among DOI colleagues to strengthen our learning community.

9 Systemic Expectations Know your students and the differentiated supports in place to ensure their success Ensure students receive exemplary instruction that prepares them for college and careers Have a process in place for continuously monitoring student progress Develop a relationship with students and their families.

10 Exemplary Instruction Exemplary Instructional Leadership Exemplary Use of Data

11 Professional Learning and Student Results

12 Leadership Strands Professional learning that increases educator effectiveness and results for all students occurs within learning communities committed to continuous improvement, collective responsibility, and goal alignment.

13 Strand Topics Collaborative Planning Leading Through Change Teacher Evaluation Transitioning to the Common Core: ELA Transitioning to the Common Core: Math

14 January Lead Team Bill Barnes Kay Sammons Jon WrayJohn SanGiovanni Jennifer NovakKaren Vaden Caroline WalkerKelli Jenkins Marty CifreseAmy Tieperman James LeMonJohn Seibel Tammy FoylesMichelle Leader Michael CaldwellLisa Davis Kathleen BarbagalloRobert Coffman Arden StaraMary Weller Naté HallScott Ruehl

15 Bill Barnes Coordinator Secondary Mathematics Scott Ruehl Principal MHHS Jon Wray Instructional Facilitator Secondary Mathematics

16 Gas Bills, Heating Degree Days, and Energy Efficiency Source: Smarter Balanced Consortium (Dec. 2011)

17 Reflect and Discuss  What are your first impressions regarding the information shared in this piece?  What would you expect learners to know and be able to do given this information?

18 Sample Item - Performance Event  Think about your leadership role. How might you support the development of critical thinking skills needed for students to successfully engage with tasks such as this one?  How could tasks such as this ensure teachers design learning experiences to develop behaviors described by the Standards for Mathematical Practice and the Capacities for Literate Individuals?

19 Sample Performance Item

20 Reflection “Shifts in Mathematical Classroom Practice” Leadership Strand –Transition to Common Core Mathematics Leadership Office Hours (Elluminate online meeting) February 8 (2:30-3:15 HS & 3:30-4:15 MS) March 28 (2:30-3:15 HS & 3:30-4:15 MS) May 16 (2:30-3:15 HS & 3:30-4:15 MS)

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23 Concurrent Sessions ElementaryBallroom C MiddleBallroom B High Ballroom A

24 Becoming a World Class Leader: Navigating the Transition to Common Core Mathematics Leadership I and II January/February 2012

25 Leadership I and II Wiki

26 Learning Strands Ballroom C Leading Through Change Common Core English Language Arts- Ballroom B Collaborative Planning Ballroom A Teacher Evaluation Common Core Math


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