Practice Standards PD PowerPoint.IRT.1-20-12

```Wake County Public Schools
Elementary Mathematics
2011-2012
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Be present and prepared
Seek solutions
Maintain our vision
Celebrate successes
Speak honestly and openly
Value each other’s
contributions and learning
style
Turn cell phones to vibrate
Today, participants will have:
 an
understanding of the Standards and
Mathematical Practices
 an opportunity to experience activities
& a video that models the Standards
and Mathematical Practices
 an opportunity to understand your role
as a math intervention teacher.
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http://engageny.org/resource/common-corein-mathematics-overview/
Before CCSS-M:
“Mile-wide, inch deep”
Silos
Memorizing procedures
without understanding
“Naked” math
“Math Wars”
With CCSS-M:
Focus
Coherence
Procedural Fluency
Deep Conceptual
Understanding
Applications (Modeling)
Balanced Emphasis
Practice Standards:
 HOW the students are learning
Content Standards:
 WHAT the students are
learning
The
Mathematical
Practices are
listed on each
overview.
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•What is the teacher doing?
•What are students doing?
•Examples from activity.
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Make sense of problems & persevere in solving them
Reason abstractly & quantitatively
Construct viable arguments & critique the reasoning of
others
Model with mathematics
Use appropriate tools strategically
Attend to precision
Look for & make use of structure
Look for & express regularity in
repeated reasoning
How does
the activity
promote this
Practice
Standard?
How does
the activity
promote this
Practice
Standard?
How does
the activity
promote this
Practice
Standard?
How does the
activity promote
this Practice
Standard?
How does
the activity
promote
this Practice
Standard?
How does
the activity
promote this
Practice
Standard?
How does the activity promote this Practice Standard?
How does the activity promote this
Practice Standard?
Standards
Content
Standards
Domains
Clusters
Domain
1
K
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9-12
Operations and
Algebraic Thinking
Operations and
Algebraic
Thinking
Expressions and
Equations
Algebra
Number & Operations
in Base Ten
Number &
Operations
 Base Ten
 Fractions
The Number System
Number and
Quantity
Measurement and Data
Measurement
and Data
Geometry
Geometry
Statistics and
Probability
Statistics and
Probability
Geometry
Geometry
Ratio and
Proportional
Relationships
Functions
Functions
Modeling
Counting
and
Cardinality
4.G.1
1.NBT.2a
4.G.1
1.NBT.2a
4.G.1
1.NBT.2a
4.G.1
1.NBT.2a
As a
group,
decide at
which
level each
math
concept
would be
taught.
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Take a moment to reflect on this activity.
 What challenges did you face?
 What are some notable changes you see?
 How would this activity benefit teachers?
Complete
the handout
as you are
viewing the
video.
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Explicit Vocabulary
Instruction
Use of visuals and
manipulatives
Cooperative Learning
Groups
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Models
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Sentence Frames
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Pacing
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Speech
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Wait Time
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Activating Prior Knowledge
and/or Building of
Background Knowledge
Resources are Aligned to components of Math Expressions
Proof
drawings
discussions
questions
to others
Appropriate
vocabulary
Manipulatives
Rigor/
Relevance
Calculators
or other
technology
Math Talk
Student
Assist
others
Explain
solutions
Whiteboards
Standard II – Establish respectful environment
Standard III – Know the content they teach
Standard IV – Facilitate learning for students
Standard V – Reflect on their practice
Common Core
Resource
page on the
Title I Wiki
Sample Scope & Sequence
 One
 Posted to C-MAPP
DPI
Unpacking
Document
http://www.ncpublicschools.org/ac
re/standards/common-core-tools/
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Classroom Discussions: Seeing
Math Discourse in Action
Each school has the book
Can be ordered from Math
Solutions
Posters can be ordered from the
Print Shop
8 individual posters OR 1 large
poster that includes all 8
Great resource for ALL
classrooms