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Common Core Mathematics. August 22, 2012 Primary Grades. Eliminate It!! Which would you eliminate and why?. rectangle circle trapezoid cylinder. Eliminate It!! Which would you eliminate and why?. 21 63 17 84. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Common Core Mathematics

Common Core Mathematics

August 22, 2012Primary Grades

Eliminate It!!Which would you eliminate and why?rectangle circle

trapezoid cylinder 21 63

17 84Eliminate It!!Which would you eliminate and why?Eliminate It!!Which would you eliminate and why?8 Standards for Mathematical PracticeE-MIGWikiDomains, Clusters, StandardsShow slide, have participants think- pair -shareShare out results - - answer is E-MIG because it no longer is used with primary gradesEverything you need is now found on the Wiki4Eliminate It!!Which would you eliminate and why?8 Standards for Mathematical Practice?WikiDomains, Clusters, StandardsShow slide, have participants think- pair -shareShare out results - - answer is E-MIG because it no longer is used with primary gradesEverything you need is now found on the Wiki5Lets Start With a Number Routine!

With the group demo number routine6Lets Start With a Number Routine!

With the group demo number routine7What is a Number Routine?Short (five to fifteen-minute) intentional mini-lessonsAn opportunity for teachers to revisit and extend students number sense and basic computationRepeated experiences for students to communicate about numbers

Share slide and elaborate if needed8When Should I Teach With Routines?Traditionally routines are presented everyday at the beginning of the math classMany Common Core Standards develop over time and incorporating them into routines will assist with mastery.

Share slide, elaborate if needed9How Do I Decide on a Routine?Let your students drive the routines you focus onObserving students during a lesson can give valuable information and provide information about which skills need to be revisited.Whatever routines you choose, your students will gain the most from these routines if they work with them regularly.Stay consistent alternating between a few routines over time until students demonstrate mastery.

Share slide, elaborate if needed

10Where Can I Find Examples of Routines?Grade Level Mathematics Common Core Wiki

Explain that in each grade level wiki there is a section marked routinesIt can be found on the left hand side under Supporting Mathematics

11Where Can I Find Examples of Routines?

Many different routines. Many appropriate across grade levels.Take to 1st grade wiki, show .

AFTER THIS SLIDE KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS MAY LEAVE AND VIEW THE PODCAST FROM THE EARLY ED. OFFICE12Mathematical Instructional Levels with theCommon Core StandardsBeginning of the Year Instructional Level Placement RecommendationsGroupingsShould be determined guided by this documentShould be made within the first few weeks of schoolOn grade level classes should include mixed abilities

13Instructional Level Placement RecommendationsWhere Can I Find Them?

14Instructional Level Placement RecommendationsWhere Can I Find Them?

15Now that I have my students tested and grouped, what should my 75 minute math block look like?

16What are essential components of a math block?How do these activities connect to the Common Core?

Which of these items are most important?

Some activities to consider. . .Calendar Math, Routines, Whole group instruction, Differentiated small group activities,Whole group closure, Exit Ticket/ Formative assessment

17What Should My Math Block Look Like?Planning

This planning sheet can be found on the wiki under Planning For Mathematics. Point out the components highlighted on the planning sheet. Ask participants if these are similar to what they determined at important in the math block.18How will I assess my students on a regular basis?

19Formative Assessments are used to inform instruction and provide feedback to students on their learning.

There are a variety of types of formative assessmentsThey can be done before, during, and after instruction.They can be given with a small group, individually, or as students work independently

ObservationsInterviewsConversationsExtended response tasksJournals and reflectionsOpen-Ended QuestionsExit ticketsReports and projectsPortfoliosSelected Response Items21Formative AssessmentsWhere Can I Find Them?

Go over the sample FA. Ask the following questions 1.What is being assessed? 2. How and when would you use it? 3. What tool could you use to collect data?Remind participants that many FA can be found on the Wiki as well as data collection tools.

22Formative AssessmentsWhere Can I Find Them?

23Formative AssessmentsWhere Can I Find Them?

24Formative AssessmentsRubric and Recording Tools

Go under Assessing Students on the left hand side of the WikiThis is the screen that will pop up.These tools are optional.25Elementary Math UpdatesMassive Wiki Updates!!!!!120 CC Assorted Review Homework Sheets Additional After School PD Opportunities (next page)Math Modules ContinueTeacher/School Data Collection ToolsParent ResourcesSMART PagesParent PreviewsParent Updates

Additional PD OpportunitiesNumber TalksClassroom DiscussionsCalendar Math (non-tenured teachers)4 Long Range Planning sessions

Kindergarten Dates1st Grade Dates2nd Grade Dates3rd Grade Dates (AGL 2nd Grade) TBD 10/3 11/28 1/30 4/17 9/20 12/10 2/25 4/29 9/13 10/25 1/10 3/19Closure!!Its Sooo Important!!!ONE thing I will continue to do in my math classONE thing I will add to my math classONE thing I will eliminate from my math class

Thank you for what you do for our youngest mathematicians.

Have a great school year!