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Achieving Uncommon Results with Common Core Standards: Implementing Mathematical Practices in Instruction

Participants will examine what the Common Core Standards look like in practice, with the goal of building robust mathematical thinking in all students. We will investigate how to design instruction that focuses on mathematical practices.
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Robin Horbovetz

on 4 December 2013

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Implementing Mathematical Practices in Instruction
Connecting Mathematical Practices
with Content:
Problem Solving in the Elementary Grades

Critical Areas – similar to NCTM’s Curriculum Focal Points
Grade Level Overview
Yes, but only if…..

We focus first and foremost on the Mathematical Practices
if we make this reform effort about instruction and not just content.

If we put structures in place to support all students and teachers in achieving the goals of CCSSM.

If we address the cultural resistance to change, both within schools and in our culture at large.
Will the CCSSM help us close our instructional gaps?
 
Important!


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey
Important!!


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey
Reasoning & Explaining grades 2 & 3


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey
Use real life scenarios when possible:

How many pies can we make from this year’s biggest pumpkin?

How many candles do you need for your family’s birthday’s next year?

The Common Core proposes a set of Mathematical Practices that all teachers should develop in their students.
These practices are similar to NCTM’s Mathematical Processes from the Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.
CCSSM Mathematical Practices

CCSSM stands for
Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
CCSSM

The Mathematics Standards:
Key Changes and Their Evidence
Intent of the Common Core
Fewer and more rigorous standards
Aligned with college and career expectations
Internationally benchmarked
Rigorous content and application of higher-order skills.
Builds on strengths and lessons of current state standards.
Research based
Characteristics
Domain
Grade Level
Format of K-8 Standards
Time and support must become variables. Some students will require more time to learn and so the school must develop strategies with that time during the school day.
Time must become the variable,
not learning.
Important!!


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey
Have students record thinking


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from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey


from Standards for Mathematical Practice and Problem Solving: Time for Change by Dr. Linda Dacey
NCTM Process Standards and the
CCSS Mathematical Practice Standards
Joey has 623 ones.



Sharon has 62 tens and 4 ones.


Who has more?
Ask questions about relationships in models
Standard
Standard
Cluster
Format of K-8 Standards
Educators now have the opportunity to rethink not only
what,
but

how
we teach mathematics...
This is a very exciting time in
mathematics education!!
The same goals for all students
Intent of Common Core
Coherence
Focus
Clarity
Planning for Instruction Focused on the Mathematical Practices

Inside Mathematics: Our goal is to guide and support educators in learning the Common Core framework and related it to teaching practice and students’ learning. http://www.insidemathematics.org/index.php/commmon-core-math-intro

Teaching Channel: See an introduction to the new Common Core state mathematics standards including background on the design process, key features, and major differences. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlJ44te7jrw

Math Common Core Coalition: The Mathematics Common Core Coalition works to provide expertise and advice on issues related to the effective implementation of the Common Core State Standards for School Mathematics (CCSSM).
http://www.nctm.org/standards/mathcommoncore/

Resources for Quality Teaching
Ideas for differentiation??
How would you simplify this task?
How would you simplify this task?
How would you make this task more complex?
Find at least two solutions for this task.
Use words and pictures to explain your thinking
Work with a partner to solve this task. Use words and pictures to explain your thinking.
How would you make this task more complex?
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