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6-8 IMPLEMENTING THE CCSSM

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Christine Roberts

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Transcript of 6-8 IMPLEMENTING THE CCSSM

Winter 2012
Pacing out the days
Adjusting tests to reflect new standards and testing formats
Grade-level collaborations
Studying standards and progressions
Trainings at TCOE
Additional Planning Days from District
Analyzed Common Core work from other states
Professional Development Wednesday
http://commoncore.tcoe.org/
http://www.tcoe.org/
EXPERIENCES FROM OUR 1ST YEAR
Common Core Math
“Use the implementation of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics as leverage for improving instructional practice.”
-Cathy Seeley

What did we use?
Our First Year of
CCSS Math
What worked well?
Q & A Time
Where did we start?
IMPLEMENTING THE CCSSM,
Grades 6 - 8

What did we use?
What worked well?
Q & A Time
Where did we start?
What were some challenges?
SBAC sample items
(used in benchmarks)
Opportunities to collaborate
Managing all of the needed materials finding materials at the middle school level
What were some challenges?
Resources and tasks from
- Georgia, Ohio, etc...
- Illustrative Mathematics
- MARS Tasks, Learnzillion
Number Talks (Sherry Parish)
Teaching using new Common Core Strategies: Tape Diagrams, Double Number Lines, teaching for conceptual understanding
Parents want to help their students, but they don't know the new models/strategies
Google!!! - Trying NOT to reinvent the wheel...
Teacher Input and creativity
Trial and Error: Learning from experiences
Time to plan to the depth needed
Christine Roberts,
croberts@ers.tcoe.org

Math Consultant, TCOE
Sunsie Suarez,
SHaro@cojusd.org
6th Grade Teacher, COJUSD
Marisa Aoki,
MAoki@cojusd.org
,
7th Grade Teacher, COJUSD
Substitutes do not understand the strategies used and revert to traditional methods
On-going professional development at the school site and district
First year required a CST review, and CST spiraling throughout the unit, This year only focus is the CCSSM
Teacher-Created Materials
http://www.cojusd.org/
Students thinking and writing
Time between planning days and not enough notes
Filter resources: always remember to check the standards, progressions, and illustrativemathematics.org
Reaching Students who didn't believe they could learn math
Teaching using new Common Core Strategies: Tape Diagrams, Double Number Lines, teaching for conceptual understanding.
Support at the district, site, and county level
Positive grade-level team cultures
Where are we headed?
Refining of Units
- Focus on Progressions
- Vertical Alignment
- Creating cohesive flow
Shifting learning to students
Exploring different instructional models
Use technology for class lessons and testing
Created a school site wiki by grade-level
Deepening content knowledge, understanding of math strategies, and making connections between standards and related concepts.
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