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Common Core Standards and Instructional Technology Best Practices
Transcript of Common Core Standards and Instructional Technology Best Practices
Best Practices I believe in-
Giving All Children Every Opportunity to Learn by building meaningful Relationships while facilitating Rigorous and Relevant Lessons will produce successful Results!
"Living in Quad D": Educator & Leader
-Dr. Bill Daggett
Educator- Quad D
Highest level of rigor/relevance
Student Centered Learning
Career and College Ready for 21st Century
Leader -Quad D
Engagement RESULTS 2011-2012 - Instructional Focus
Tutored 25 Seniors for GHSGT Math
-5th time test takers
-Utilized technology: iPads, scientific
calculators, & online manipulatives
-25 out of 25 passed and graduated Characteristics
of a Stellar Leader
-Supportive of Teachers and Administration
-Coach: Priovide High Quality Evidence Based Feedback
-"Work in Progress"
-Condition-Creator & Culture-Setter
-21st Century Leader: Quad D Common Core Standards
"What's the Big Idea?" Best Practices Successful Technology Integration
in the Classroom
-Understand students and build
-Identify students' learning curve
-Categorize one's own learning curve
-Know where to find technical support
-Set Expectations and Rules for students
-Encourage differentiated methods of learning
-Continuous Professional Development
-Sharing Information and Knowledge
-Rigorous, Relevant, Relational Problem Solving equals amazing Results Common Core Lesson
for Advanced Algebra Common Core Lesson with Technology Integration
Standard: MCC912.N.CN.8 Extend polynomial identities to the complex numbers. For example, rewrite x^2 + 4 as
(x + 2i)(x –2i).
Essential Question: What are complex numbers and what are the multiple representations of them?
Activating Strategy: "Whole Brain" Teaching - "Powers of i"
Lesson: Operating with Complex Numbers - yourteacher.com
Embedded Assessment: www.socrative.com
Summation: Discussion question on www.mybigcampus.com
and Socratic Seminar "Ah-Ha" Moment
-What was my trick to getting them all to pass?
-What did I do differently than all of their previous math teachers?
My Story - Survivor
Pushing Forward - Trust Mathematical Modeling Cycle
Common Core Curriculum Bloom's Taxonomy What's The Big Idea?? Common Core
Technology Integration Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practices
1. Make sense of problems/preserver in solving
2. Reason abstractly/quantitatively
3. Construct viable arguments/critique reasoning
4. Model with mathematics
5. Use tools (technology) strategically
6. Attend to precision
7. Look for/make use of structure
8. Look for/express regularity in repeated reasoning
9. Literacy embedded within standards Summation
Strategy Socratic Seminar:
-Open Ended Questions
-Discussion Educational Forum:
Common Core Mathematics
Integration Interactive Websites for Students,
Teachers, Administration, & Faculty Academic Coach
Instructional Focus Coordinator
Response to Intervention (RTI)-Early interventions to prevent academic failure