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2 June 13 and June 16, 2011 Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

3 2 CHETL CONTENT STANDARDS MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES HOW PEOPLE LEARN

4 Exploring KCAS math standards by grade level Strengthening math content knowledge and understanding of KCAS Learning how to make math accessible for all students Increasing understanding of how students learn mathematics Learning effective instructional strategies and practices that embed mathematical practice into content standards Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

5 Reviewing JCPS mathematics resources Increasing understanding of how students learn mathematics Understanding the importance of the Mathematical Practice standards Observing Rich Tasks in Classroom with Cohorts Learning how to identify Mathematical Practices in the classroom Reflecting on current practices Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

6 What kinds of support, beyond extending opportunities to take part in professional development offerings, are necessary for teachers who are deepening their practice of teaching mathematics? How do we build a culture so that teachers engage with each other in substantive and intellectually critical examinations of learning and teaching? What are the tensions that are inherent in attempting both to respond to individual needs, and in trying to reach all teachers within a school or district community? How might the math department and principals work together to support teachers to re-conceptualize their mathematics teaching? Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

7 Advance Program Learning Targets Curriculum Maps Professional Development Resource Teacher/Staff Developer Math and Science Assessment Update Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

8 Overview 2 year transition – Curriculum Map available 7/27/11 – living document Focused on grade level KCAS Assessed with grade level assessment – additional 5 th and 6 th grade assessment resources 5 th grade will use a combination of Investigations and CMP2 materials Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

9 State learning targets are end of year targets Deconstructed targets provided by district for all standards – see Math Planning document State/JCPS collaboration – State endorsed First twelve weeks – first two units posted on Gheens 7/27/11 Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

10 1 st 6 weeks posted 2 nd 6 weeks posted – 7/27/11 Full year standards and progressions- 7/27/11 Principals and Teachers notified as each 6 weeks completed and posted Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

11 Planning sessions facilitated by RTs – credit only July/August Monthly at Gheens or individual schools New Teacher Induction – Standards focus during day adapted from 6 hour summer session Additional implementation sessions 8/1 – 8/4 3:45 – 5:45 pm (end of NTI) Atherton HS Credit and Stipend available Open to all teachers – to register call 3471 Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

12 After School Session 1 After School Session 2 After School Session 3 After School Session 4 K-19/1/1110/6/111/12/122/23/ /7/1110/5/111/11/122/22/ /8/1110/13/111/19/123/1/12 Full day Session TBD Online and Embedded Opportunities throughout the Year Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

13 Interviews scheduled for week of 7/25/11 District Resource Teacher Assignment – 8/1/11 Cognitive Coaching Math Solutions Science and Literacy Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

14 Science – No changes Math – No changes in schedule MDAs – diagnostic focus pre-requisite knowledge and student readiness MDA 1 – Grades K, 1 and 2 K/1 – Interview (RTs available for assistance) 2 – updated alignment Grades 3, 4 and /11 End of Year Assessments updated to correct grade Use data from spring administration OR Use assessment during 1 st 2 weeks Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July NEW INFO

15 Unit Planning Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July Excerpted from TEACHER PD KCAS Sessions Summer 2011

16 What are your steps for planning math lessons? Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

17 4.1 to KCAS. Standards based planning Specific grade level mastery Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

18 What if mastery is achieved? EnrichmentExtension Activities What if mastery is NOT achieved? InterventionsDifferentiation How do I assess mastery? Formative AssessmentsSummative Assessments What do my students need to know? KCAS MathematicsLearning Targets Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

19 What do my students need to know? KCAS MathematicsLearning Targets Identify the standards addressed this 6 weeks. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

20 What do my students need to know? KCAS MathematicsLearning Targets Identify assessed standards during this 6 weeks. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

21 What do my students need to know? KCAS MathematicsLearning Targets 3.NBT.1- Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. I can estimate by rounding numbers to the nearest 10 or 100. Learning targets were written for assessed standards. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

22 Continued Focus Targets K.CC.1: I can count to 100 by tens and ones. I can count to 20. What do my students need to know? KCAS MathematicsLearning Targets Learning targets can be written as benchmark targets. These continued focus targets will be assessed at different benchmarks throughout the year. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

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24 I can use strategies to check if the answer is correct or incorrect. How do I assess mastery? Formative AssessmentsSummative Assessments 3.OA.8 Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation estimation strategies including rounding. Mathematical Practices: Viable Argument Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

25 I can reflect on my own learning. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

26 What if mastery is NOT achieved? InterventionsDifferentiation Investigations Differentiation and Intervention Guides Discussions of Next Steps Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

27 What if mastery is achieved? EnrichmentExtensions Investigations Differentiation and Intervention Guides According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Gerry Checkon of Altoona, Pa., holds the record for growing the largest pumpkin. It weighed in at 1,131 pounds. About how many pies could you make from the pumpkin if each pie used 1.5 pounds of pumpkin? Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

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29 2.0A.2 Fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. I can fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

30 3.0A.8 Solve two-step word problems using the four operations. Represent these problems using equations with a letter standing for the unknown quantity. Assess the reasonableness of answers using mental computation and estimation strategies including rounding. I can solve two-step word problems for addition and subtraction. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

31 1.NBT.5 Given a two-digit number, mentally find 10 more or 10 less than a number, without having to count; Explain the reasoning used. I can mentally find a number 10 more or 10 less than a two digit number and explain my strategy. Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

32 Turning your Unit Plans into your Weekly Plans! Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July


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