Presentation on theme: "APS Mathematics Team Georgia Math Conference October 17, 2013"— Presentation transcript:
1 APS Mathematics Team Georgia Math Conference October 17, 2013 Using the Deconstructing Math Standards Protocol to Address Common Core Math ContentAPS Mathematics TeamGeorgia Math ConferenceOctober 17, 2013
2 Outcomes Use a collaborative protocol to plan mathematics learning. Identify Content and Practice StandardsIdentify Possible MisconceptionsIdentify Strategies to Address MisconceptionsDiscuss bridges and barriers to this work.
3 How Did We Get Here? Teachers Coaches CCSSM Shifts Challenges Ongoing PD
4 Our Inspiration…“Effective mathematics professional development is sustained and embedded within professional learning communities and focused on the actual tasks of teaching using the same materials you use with students.”Common Core Mathematics in a PLC at Work – Kanold et al
5 Our Inspiration…“The CCSS require a content shift to less (fewer standards) is more (deeper rigor with understanding) at each grade level. This emphasis will require new levels of knowledge and skill development for every mathematics teacher to understand what the CCSS expect students to learn at each grade level or within each course, blended with how students are expected to learn it.”Common Core Mathematics in a PLC at Work – Kanold et al
8 Let’s Give it a TryWork alone to complete the entire Gas Consumption task. (5 min)
9 Let’s Give it a TryDiscuss the remaining steps in the protocol.Content and Practice Standards addressed in the problem.Possible student misconceptions.Strategies to address student misconceptions and content.
10 Where do we get problems? Illustrative Mathematics ProjectPARCC and SBAC prototypesNCTM Great Tasks seriesGaDOE Framework Unit TasksInside MathematicsOther states
11 Grade Level Practice Time ElementaryHigh SchoolMiddle School (Choose to work with Elementary or High School)
12 Gallery WalkWhat connections do you see between all three levels of math we have looked at today?
13 Barriers and BridgesWith regards to the deconstructing protocol, what might be:Hard to implement?Easy to implement?
14 If you don’t know where you are going to, you will end up somewhere else. Lewis Carroll
15 Final Thoughts Questions Closing Remarks Materials posted at