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1 Principal Professional Development Mathematics KCAS June 13 and June 16, 2011 Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

2 2 CHETL CONTENT STANDARDS MATHEMATICA L PRACTICES HOW PEOPLE LEARN

3 Summer PD for Teachers 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

4 Summer PD for Principals Reviewing JCPS mathematics resources Increasing understanding of how students learn mathematics Understanding the importance of the Mathematical Practice standards Learning how to identify Mathematical Practices in the classroom Reflecting on current practices Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

5 Key Questions for Administrators and District Support 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

6 Key Updates Advance Program Learning Targets Curriculum Maps Professional Development Resource Teacher/Staff Developer Math and Science Assessment Update Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

7 Advance Program Overview 2-3 year transition map that addresses gaps created by KCAS and past Advance Program pacing Curriculum Resource Pacing Map and the first unit available 8/5/11 – living document Assessed with appropriate unit assessments middle school Advance Program map will be revised Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

8 Learning Targets State learning targets are end of year targets Deconstructed targets provided by the district for all standards as part of the unit support documents State/JCPS collaboration – State endorsed Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

9 Curriculum Maps Curriculum Maps divided into UNITS – in the past units referred to individual CMP2 books – units aligned to standards and may include more than a single CMP2 book 1 st Unit for all three grades posted on Gheens Maps.html 2 nd Unit for all grades posted – 8/31/11 Full year standards divided by unit posted - 8/31/11 Principals and Teachers notified as each additional unit is completed and posted Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

10 Professional Development Planning sessions facilitated by RTs – credit only Monthly at Gheens or individual schools New Teacher Induction – 2 days 6 hour KCAS session CMP2 implementation and planning CPM for teacher new to the program – 2 days August 8 th and 9 th Noe Middle School - credit or stipend Do the Math Interventions Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

11 Math Cohort PD After School Session 1 After School Session 2 After School Session 3 After School Session 4 6th9/21/1110/26/111/19/122/27/12 7th9/21/1110/26/111/19/122/27/12 8th9/21/1110/26/111/19/122/27/12 Full day Session TBD Online and Embedded Opportunities throughout the Year Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

12 Resource Teacher/ Staff developer Interviews scheduled for week of 7/25/11 District Resource Teacher Assignment – 8/1/11 In-house Resource Teachers Cognitive Coaching Math Solutions Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

13 Math Assessment AMY HUNTER CREATE ON THIS SLIDE Analytical and Applied Sciences June/July

14 6 th Grade KCAS Unit Planning Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

15 Overview and Rationale This course will help you: Strengthen your math content knowledge and understanding of the KCAS for Mathematics for the purpose of making math accessible to all students; Increase your understanding of how students learn mathematics; and Implement effective instructional strategies and practices that promote students understanding of the standards. Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

16 Objectives Implement a systematic method for planning: - Instructional Units - Formative Assessments - Interventions and Enrichment Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

17 Agenda Overview of unit planning model Implement planning model for 6 th grade unit one Share and reflect on unit plans Closure and next steps Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

18 Norms Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

19 Quick Write What are your steps for planning math lessons? Changing our thinking: 4.1 to KCAS content standards Specific grade level mastery Standards based planning Process with Practices & CHETL Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

20 The Essential Four What do my students need to know? How do I assess mastery? What if mastery is NOT achieved? What if mastery IS achieved? KCAS Mathematics Learning Targets Formative Assessments Summative Assessments Enrichment Extension Activities Interventions Differentiation Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

21 The Essential Four What do my students need to know? KCAS Mathematics Learning Targets 1.Highlight assessed standards 2.Identify standards addressed in unit 3.List vocabulary and tools 4.Identify learning targets 5.Identify suggested lessons JCPS Assessment Map JCPS Curriculum Resource Map CMP2 Teacher Guides & KCAS Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

22 The Essential Four 6. Identify formative assessments 7. Identify Mathematical and Classroom Practices 8. Plan assessments Formative Assessments Summative Assessments Mathematical Practices and CHETL How do I assess mastery? JCPS Assessment Map Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

23 The Essential Four What if mastery is NOT achieved? What if mastery IS achieved? Enrichment Extension Activities Interventions Differentiation 9.Plan interventions and extensions 10.Reflect on the unit CMP2 Additional Practice and Skills Workbook and JCPS Tier 2 Intervention Materials CMP2 Unit Projects and ACE questions Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

24 Accessing Planning Resources Unit Template JCPS Online Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

25 This text will be specific to each grade level

26 JCPS Curriculum and Resource Map includes: insert hyperlink KCAS standards identified by unit Additional KCAS standards to address transition from 4.1 Standard within learning progression New standard for a grade level Continuing focus Fading focus Alignment strength of CMP2 lesson to KCAS (0-1-2) Suggested lessons Teacher Notes Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

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28 CMP2 Teacher Edition Introduction Planning for the Unit Materials for Students/Teachers columns 1. CMP2 Teacher Edition Introduction Planning for the Unit Vocabulary 2. KCAS

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30 Directly address KCAS Content and depth of standard Communicates learning expectations to students May be a benchmark rather than mastery for a standard

31 Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011 This text will be specific to each grade level

32 Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011 Copy the suggested lessons from the Curriculum and Resource Map Match lessons to the learning targets

33 Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011 This text will be specific to each grade level

34 Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011 Formative Assessments JCPS Diagnostic Assessment Classroom Formative Assessments Student Self- Assessments

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36 Learning Climate Classroom Assessment and Reflection Instructional Rigor and Student Engagement Instructional Relevance Knowledge of Content

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38 Standards for Mathematical Practice #1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them #3 Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others #6 Attend to precision

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41 MDA and formative assessments Mastery NOT achieved Students who need more practice Students who need re-teaching Mastery IS achieved Students who need enrichment and extensions

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44 Comparing Plans

45 Closure What approaches to planning the unit worked well for your group? What barriers do you see for unit planning? What supports can the district provide to overcome these barriers? How might you incorporate this collaborative process into your regular planning? Analytical and Applied Sciences, July 2011

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