State of the State Oregon Math Leader Conference 2014

Report
State of the State
Oregon Math Leader Conference 2014
Mark Freed
Mathematics Education Specialist
Oregon Department of Education
Strategic Initiatives Update
• Connecting the World to Work
– Regional STEM Hub Grantees
• Six regional hubs awarded grants
– STEM, STEAM and/or CTE Program and Activity Grant
• 87 proposals, 16 awardees
• Network of Quality of Teaching and Learning
– Series of 3 regional PLT conferences in fall, winter, and
spring during 2013-14 school year
– District grants to support Educator Effectiveness and
Common Core implementation
Looking forward to 2014-15
PLT CONFERENCES
• Professional Learning Team Conferences
– First day general sessions, keynote speakers
– Second day, series of six break out sessions (Math, ELA,
Science, ELP/ELL, Ed. Effectiveness [SLG, IRR])
• Goal to establish a learning community of 200-300
math leaders representing every school district
– Support conversations and activities throughout the year
(Oregon Portal if possible)
– Train an expert group of 20-30 educators to provide
expertise in finding, evaluating, and sharing instructional
materials
Looking forward to 2014-15
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
• Facilitated Independent Reviews
– Piloted regional reviews in SOESD and Hillsboro SD
– One day PD training on how to use Oregon Instructional
Material Review Toolkit (OR-IMET) followed by three days
of review (~2 programs per day)
– Fall 2014 – intend to share OR-IMET, PD modules, and
results from regional reviews
• Revise IM statues (ORS 337) and rules (OAR 581-11)
• Participate in a possible multi-state collaborative to
develop open education (OER) courses in CCSS Math
and ELA
Looking forward to 2014-15
TITLE IIB (Math & Science Partnerships)
• Continued support of four STEM Partnerships
– Enter third year of three year grant
– Transition to be supported by regional STEM hubs
• Release RFP for 2014-17
– Anticipated release first week of August
– Submit proposals Oct. 1 for funding in November 2014
– WebEx Mid-August to go over expectations
Areas of Focus for 2014-15
• TARGET 1: Supporting quality instructional materials
– Help find, share, evaluate, modify and create quality
materials
• TARGET 2: Supporting quality instruction and
learning
– Implementation of Instructional best practices found in
NCTM: Principles to Action
• TARGET 3: Support quality assessments & feedback
– Help transition to Smarter Balanced, and best practices
using both summative and formative data
Aligning to Focus Areas
TITLE IIB (Math & Science Partnerships)
• OPTION 1
– Development of professional development opportunities
to find, evaluate, share and modify quality instructional
materials in math and/or science (Target 1 & 3)
– All materials will be shared state-wide under open license
(e.g. creative commons)
• OPTION 2
– Development of professional development opportunities
to help develop more instructional leaders in math and/or
science (Target 2)
Aligning to Focus Areas
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
• Share resources and tools to support independent review of
materials (Target 1)
– Start with materials to evaluate basal programs
– Optional ODE support of independent reviews in 2014-15
• PD Supporting understanding of alignment to CCSS Math (Target 1,
2, & 3)
– (1) Focus, (2) Coherence, (3) Rigor [application, conceptual understanding,
procedural fluency], (4) Math Practices
– Develop PD to support the evaluation of supplemental resources (e.g. tasks,
lessons, units)
• Share and disseminate results of independent reviews (Target 1)
• Participate in development of multi-state OER resources (Target 1)
Programs Reviewed – Summer 2014
Southern Oregon ESD*
• Elementary School
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Bridges (K-5)
Engage NY (K-5)
Math Expressions
My Math
Investigations (incomplete
materials submitted)
• Middle School
–
–
–
–
–
Core Focus
Connected Math 3
Agile Mind
Go Math
Engage NY (6-8)
*note: materials were chosen by local districts since this was a local independent review.
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Programs Reviewed – Summer 2014
Southern Oregon ESD*
• High School
–
–
–
–
–
–
HMH HS math (unpublished)
Big Ideas
College Prep Math
Core Plus
Pearson Math
Engage NY (attempted incomplete)
Hillsboro Regional Review*
• High School
–
–
–
–
–
–
HMH HS math (unpublished)
College Prep Math
Pearson Math
McGraw Hill Math
CK-12
Engage NY (attempted incomplete)
*note: materials were chosen by local districts since this was a local independent review.
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Preliminary Results:
Elementary (SUM 14)
Program Name
Publisher
Review Site
“3 or 4”
Count
Percentage
“4”
Bridges
MLC
SOESD
10
50%
Engage NY
OER/Eureka
SOESD
9
0%
Math Expressions
HMH
SOESD
7
0%
My Math
McGraw-Hill
SOESD
2
0%
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Preliminary Results:
Elementary (SOESD: SUM 14)
Program Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Bridges
3
3
4
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
Engage NY
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
Math
Expressions
3
3
2
3
3
3
2
3
2
3
My Math
3
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Alignment to CCSS Content
1. Focus
2. Coherence
3. Application
4. Conceptual Understanding
5. Procedural Fluency
Alignment to CCSS Math Practices
6. Overall alignment to MP
7. Overarching habits of math thinkers (MP.1 & MP.6)
8. Reasoning and explaining (MP.2 & MP.3)
9. Modeling and using tools (MP.4 & MP.5)
10. Seeing structure and generalizing (MP.7 & MP.8)
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Preliminary Results:
Middle School (SUM 14)
Program Name
Publisher
Review Site
“3 or 4”
Count
Percentage
“4”
Core Focus
SMC
SOESD
10
90%
Connected Math 3
Pearson
SOESD
10
80%
Agile Mind
Agile Mind
SOESD
9
20%
Go Math
HMH
SOESD
6
0%
Engage NY
OER/Eureka
SOESD
2
0%
13
Preliminary Results:
Middle School (SOESD: SUM 14)
Program Name
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Core Focus
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
Connected Math 3
3
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
Agile Mind
3
3
4
3
3
3
3
2
4
3
Go Math
3
3
2
2
3
2
2
2
3
3
Engage NY
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
2
3
2
Alignment to CCSS Content
1. Focus
2. Coherence
3. Application
4. Conceptual Understanding
5. Procedural Fluency
Alignment to CCSS Math Practices
6. Overall alignment to MP
7. Overarching habits of math thinkers (MP.1 & MP.6)
8. Reasoning and explaining (MP.2 & MP.3)
9. Modeling and using tools (MP.4 & MP.5)
10. Seeing structure and generalizing (MP.7 & MP.8)
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Preliminary Results:
High School (SUM 14)
Program Name
Publisher
Review Site
“3 or 4”
Count
Percentage
“4”
Core Plus Math
HMH
SOESD
10
80%
College Prep Math
CPM
SOESD
10
80%
Big Ideas
HMH
SOESD
10
80%
HMH Math
Unpublished
SOESD
10
70%
HMH Math
Unpublished
HSD
10
70%
Pearson Math
Pearson
SOESD
7
10%
College Prep Math
CPM
HSD
6
0%
Pearson Math
Pearson
HSD
5
0%
McGraw Hill
McGraw-Hill
HSD
3
0%
CK-12
OER
HSD
2
0%
Engage NY
SOESD/HSD
Incomplete
Agile Mind
SOESD
Incomplete
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Preliminary Results:
High School (SOESD & HSD: SUM 14)
Program Name
Review
Site
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Core Plus Math
SOESD
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
4
4
College Prep Math
SOESD
4
4
4
4
3
3
4
4
4
4
Big Ideas
SOESD
4
4
3
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
HMH Math
SOESD
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
4
4
3
HMH Math
HSD
4
4
4
4
4
3
4
4
3
3
Pearson Math
SOESD
3
3
2
2
3
3
2
3
4
3
College Prep Math
HSD
3
3
3
3
2
3
2
3
2
2
Pearson Math
HSD
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
McGraw Hill
HSD
3
3
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
2
CK-12
HSD
3
2
1
1
3
2
2
1
1
2
Engage NY
SOESD
(partial)
2
2
2
2
3
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Aligning to Focus Areas
PLT CONFERENCES
• Establish learning arc through three sessions
– FALL: [Portland: 9/25-26; Eugene 10/7-8; LaGrande 10/14-15]
• What makes a quality instructional material?
• Where can I find it? (Primary Target 1: Quality Materials)
– Winter: [Portland: 2/10-11; Eugene 2/19-20; LaGrande 3/3-4]
• How do I implement with fidelity? (Target 2: Quality instruction;
NCTM: Principles to Action)
– Spring: [TBD: June 2015]
• How do I know students learned it?
• How could I make it better? (Target 3: Quality assessment & Feedback)
Aligning to Focus Areas
PLT CONFERENCES
• How can I help?
– General support planning PLT activities (20-30 leaders)
– FALL:
• Investigate possibility to contract PD (tentative: Illustrative
Math/UofAriz.)
• Table facilitators at each site (~5-10 each location)
– Winter:
• Teachers and coaches to provide instruction PD (NCTM: PtA)
• Table facilitators at each site (~5-10 each location)
– Spring:
• Teachers and coaches to support PD on evaluating student work
• Table facilitators at each site (~5-10 each location)
Questions?
• Mark Freed
Mathematics Education Specialist
Oregon Department of Education
[email protected]
Link to presentation files:
http://tinyurl.com/odemath-oml14

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