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Math Fellows Please sit in groups of 3 to 4 by grade band Bring Student Work (3-6 pieces to share)

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Math Fellows

Please sit in groups of 3 to 4 by grade band

◦ Bring Student Work (3-6 pieces to share)

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Goals For Morning Math Fellows•Review Patterns in Student Work

•Connect with Statewide Fellows

•Explore Resources for Mathematical Practice 3

•Principles to Action-Establish Mathematics Goals to Focus Learning

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Leadership of Self and OthersConnecting to your own context

To deprivatize our practice and take risks in order to facilitate high quality mathematics instruction and experiences students have with the mathematics. –Leadership of Self

To be a part of a community of learners that focuses on putting the shifts into practice to reflect the CCSS vision both around the student making sense of the mathematics and demonstrating that understanding

–Leadership of Others and Self

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Implications of the TaskLeadership of Self

AT ESD 105

In grade bands, reflect on the following questions. Individually jot down your thoughts.

◦ What patterns do you see in the students’ work? ◦ What evidence do you have to support your answer?◦ What common misconceptions did you notice?

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Implications of the TaskLeadership of Self

Discuss in grade bands:◦ What patterns do you see in the students’ work? ◦ What evidence do you have to support your answer?◦ What common misconceptions did you notice?

What experiences in mathematics do we need to provide our students?

Complete Task Reflection form to prepare for virtual Fellows’ meeting.

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Implications of the TaskLeadership of Self

At State Level 1-2 Fellow(s) per ESD in each virtual roomDiscuss task reflections with a focusing on:

◦What were the common themes around the mathematical content and practices that you noticed?

◦ What are the implications for your math instructional practices?

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Implications of the TaskLeadership of Self

At State Level 1-2 Fellow(s) per ESD in each virtual roomDiscuss task reflections with a focusing on:

◦ What were the common themes around the mathematical content and practices that you noticed?

◦ What are the implications for your math instructional practices?

At Local ESDDebrief in grade bandsShare your state level virtual discussion

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Extension of work with Math Practice 3Leadership of Self

MP3: Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

• Choose a task from Illustrative Mathematics in your Grade Band.

• How does the task you chose and teacher’s actions contribute to student access of MP3.

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Leadership of Others- Connecting to your own context

Purpose: To be a part of a community of learners that focuses on putting the shifts into practice to reflect the CCSS vision both around the student making sense of the mathematics and demonstrating that understanding

–Leadership of Others and Self

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Leadership of Others- Connecting to your own context

Briefly share around the table (approximately 1 minute each) what your plans are to support CCSS implementation through your Fellows work in your own context.

Discuss at your table (10 min)

What work have you begun in implementing your plan?

What potential barriers might exist in accomplishing your plan?

What successes have you encountered in developing/implementing your plan?

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Leadership of Others- Connecting to your own context

How does your learnings as a Fellow support your work in your district/building?

What more do you need to support your work?

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Principles to Actionpgs 7-16

Work together with your group to provide an example of a goal statement of the type described (pg. 12–14, Discussion).

How does your goal statement connect to TPEP Student Growth Goal critical attributes?

How can the development of specific math goals support other practices for effective teaching and learning? (pg. 10)

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Lunch

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Crazy Cakes-Time for Dessert!

Complete the Crazy Cakes Task

◦ Explore with your group common misconceptions or struggles students might have with this task.

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Review Details of SMP #3 What is Mathematic Practice 3? How would a student demonstrate this practice? What would teachers do to support this practice?

http://vimeo.com/66201779

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Exploration and Extensions Explore tasks to support standard Consider adaptations or modifications to task to illuminate SMP #3

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Break-Meet Back with ELA Partners

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Next Steps…

Continue working on Section B of you District Plan

Meet Next on February 9, 2015