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Leadership Role in Creating an Effective Mathematics Classroom

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A state-wide effort to improve teaching and learning to ensure that all Iowa students engage in a rigorous & relevant curriculum. Iowa Core Curriculum is…

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Supporting the Iowa Core Curriculum Committed Leadership actions Informed and engaged Communities Integrated Schools and Support Agencies

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The Core Curriculum Provides… Content Instruction Assessment Comprehensive picture of effective curriculum that addresses: that addresses:

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Instruction is at the Core of Improved Student Learning... But not just any instruction. What is effective instruction? What does effective instruction look like?

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Iowa Teaching Standards Connection

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Relating Iowa Teaching Standards to a Standards-Based Mathematics Lesson

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Iowa Teaching Standards 2. Demonstrates competence in content knowledge appropriate to the teaching position 4. Uses strategies to deliver instruction that meets the multiple learning needs of students 5. Uses a variety of methods to monitor student learning Relating Iowa Teaching Standards to a Standards-Based Mathematics Lesson

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What evidence did you see of the following Standards? 2. Demonstrates competence in content knowledge appropriate to the teaching position 4. Uses strategies to deliver instruction that meets the multiple learning needs of students 5. Uses a variety of methods to monitor student learning

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Role of Administrator Read For Principals ONLY! Read For Principals ONLY!3-2-1 List 3 ideas in the article that relate to your ESC work List 3 ideas in the article that relate to your ESC work List 2 ways you could use this article at your site List 2 ways you could use this article at your site List one question raised by this article. List one question raised by this article.

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Role of Administrator List 3 ideas in the article that relate to your work List 3 ideas in the article that relate to your work List 2 ways you could use this article List 2 ways you could use this article List one question raised by this article. List one question raised by this article. Find someone from another table and share your thoughts

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Role of Administrator What are some ways the article could be used? What are some ways the article could be used? Why is it important to work with administrators? Why is it important to work with administrators? What are some ways you have worked with administrators? What are some ways you have worked with administrators?

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Role of Administrator Examine Iowa Teaching Standards and Criteria What is the main idea of each Standard? Examine Evidence of Iowa Teaching Standards and Criteria in Mathematics Classroom

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Iowa Teaching Standards How did the lesson go? How did the lesson go? What was the objective of the lesson? What was the objective of the lesson? Did the students meet the objective? Did the students meet the objective? For my own learning, can you define the difference between experimental and theoretical probability? For my own learning, can you define the difference between experimental and theoretical probability? Why did you use a PBIT strategy to teach this concept? Would you teach it that way again? Why did you use a PBIT strategy to teach this concept? Would you teach it that way again? Is there anything that you would improve from the lesson? Is there anything that you would improve from the lesson? Is there anything that I can provide as resources to help you improve? Is there anything that I can provide as resources to help you improve?

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Leadership Actions to Promote and Support Instruction that Promotes Student Learning

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A Collaborative Effort Administrators’ Role 16

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How Can Administrators Make a Difference? Setting high expectations for students achievement Setting high expectations for students achievement Supporting teachers Supporting teachers Having conferences with teachers and supervising instruction Having conferences with teachers and supervising instruction Asking probing questions Asking probing questions

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Principals Using NCTM Principles to Prepare Students Equity Curriculum Technology

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Statement of Principles The Equity Principle Excellence in mathematics education requires equity– high expectations and strong support for all students. The Curriculum Principle A curriculum is more than a collection of activities: it must be coherent, focused on important mathematics, and well articulated across the grades. The Teaching Principle Effective mathematics teaching requires understanding what students know and need to learn and then challenging and supporting them to learn it well.

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Statement of Principles The Learning Principle Students must learn mathematics with understanding, actively building new knowledge from experience and prior knowledge. The Assessment Principle Assessment should support the learning of important mathematics and furnish useful information to both teachers and students. The Technology Principle Technology is essential in teaching and learning mathematics; it influences the mathematics that is taught and enhances students’ learning.

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7 Teaching, Learning, & Assessment Principles How would these Principles help us in talking with these two teachers about the lessons we observed? How might they help us supervise teachers at our own site—framing questions forpreconference, observation,postconference? What kinds of professional development, resources, and supports do teachers need?

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Why Is It Important to Set Higher Standards for Ourselves? Teachers and administrators are pivotal in changing the ways in which mathematics is taught and learned in schools. Teachers and administrators are pivotal in changing the ways in which mathematics is taught and learned in schools. Teachers cannot do it by themselves. They need long-term support and adequate resources. Teachers cannot do it by themselves. They need long-term support and adequate resources. Administrators need a new vision of mathematics instruction and the determination to make change. Administrators need a new vision of mathematics instruction and the determination to make change.

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23 What Does It Take? Participation of all constituencies Participation of all constituencies Ongoing examination of the vision of school mathematics Ongoing examination of the vision of school mathematics High-quality instructional materials High-quality instructional materials Assessments aligned with curricular goals Assessments aligned with curricular goals

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A state-wide effort to improve teaching and learning to ensure that all Iowa students engage in a rigorous & relevant curriculum. Iowa Core Curriculum is…

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Supporting the Iowa Core Curriculum Committed Leadership actions Informed and engaged Communities Integrated Schools and Support Agencies

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The Core Curriculum Provides… Content Instruction Assessment Comprehensive picture of effective curriculum that addresses: that addresses:

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27 Together We Can Realize the Vision Now is the time to undertake collaborative efforts to make the vision come alive. Now is the time to undertake collaborative efforts to make the vision come alive. We owe our children nothing less. Principles and Standards for School Mathematics 2000, p.380 Principles and Standards for School Mathematics 2000, p.380

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