Principles to Actions Ensuring Mathematical Success for All Fall 2015 Region 3 Secondary Mathematics Agenda Thursday, October 8, 2015 from 9: 00 to 4: 00 at ncsba assembly Hall



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Principles to Actions - Ensuring Mathematical Success for All

Fall 2015 - Region 3 Secondary Mathematics Agenda

Thursday, October 8, 2015 from 9:00 to 4:00 at NCSBA Assembly Hall




Objectives for the Presentation

  • To explore the effective teaching practices that contribute to higher student achievement using Principles to Actions.

  • To explore the links between the Mathematics Teaching Practices and the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

  • To examine the classroom “look-fors” that promote student learning.

Presenters: Lisa Ashe Joseph Reaper

lisa.ashe@dpi.nc.gov joseph.reaper@dpi.nc.gov



Topic/Assignment

Focus

Materials

  • Create Name Plate

  • Complete Teacher Beliefs Survey




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Teacher Beliefs Survey



Introductions, Objectives and Norms of the Day




Slides 2-5

Brief History of Math Standards and Different Measures of Success

To build a common understanding of where we have been and where we are now

Slides 6-13

*Additional information can be seen in handouts on testing data on your table.



  • Brainstorming Activity on Beliefs about Teaching and Learning

To see the competing beliefs that guide and drive educational decisions that influence the classroom

Slides 14-15

  • A review of realities and the purpose of NCTM’s Principles to Actions

To see how this book study can address some of the biggest challenges faced in math education

Slides 16-21

Introduction to the Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices

To see the Mathematics Teaching Practice and to understand their relationship to the Standards of Mathematical Practice

Slides 22-26

Handout: Side-by-side comparison of the Mathematics Teaching Practices and the Standards of Mathematical Practice



Break

  • Complete “Calling Plans Task” and watch video of classroom completing the “Calling Plans Task”

To personally experience a task and to see the task in action that will create a reference that will be used throughout the rest of the day.

Slides 27-30

Handout: Calling Plans Task

Video: MS Clip 1


  • Establish Mathematics Goals to Focus Learning p.12

To dive deeper into the first Mathematics Teaching Practice and review the goals

Slides 31-40

Book: Principal to Actions p.12-14



  1. Complete Reading Jigsaw and Sharing

To provide an overview of the next 7 Mathematics Teaching Practices

Slides 41-46

Handout: Mathematical Teaching Practice Jigsaw

Handout: Summary of the Mathematics Teaching Practices

Book: Principal to Actions



Lunch

  • Implement Tasks that Promote Reasoning and Problem-Solving p. 17

To dive deeper into the second Mathematical Teaching Practice and relate to finding good task

Slides 47-49

Handout: Cognitive Demand Tasks



  1. Complete Cognitive Demand Task Sort

To develop an understanding of High Cognitive Demand Tasks and how to modify lower demand tasks.

Slides 50-54

  1. Use and Connect Mathematical Representations p. 24

To dive deeper into the third Mathematical Teaching and to make connections to the “Calling Plans” Task.

Slides 55-62

Video: HS Clip 1



Break

  1. Facilitate Meaningful Mathematical Discourse p.29

To dive deeper into the fourth Mathematical Teaching and to make connections to the “Calling Plans” Task.

Slides 63-66

  1. Pose Purposeful Questions p. 35

To dive deeper into the fifth Mathematical Teaching and to make connections to the “Calling Plans” Task.

Slides 67-71

Video: MS Clip 2



Wrap-Up and Feedback








*More information concerning Mathematical Teaching Practices 6, 7, and 8 can be found at the end of today’s powerpoint located on the NC DPI Math Wiki, starting on slide 72. These practices will be covered in our next meeting on December 2, 2015.


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