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Implementing The Common Core State Standards Through Math Investigations
Transcript of Implementing The Common Core State Standards Through Math Investigations
October 31, 2013
Implementing the Common Core Using Math Investigations
1/2 + 1/6
Talk in pairs to find the sum
Know the Content
Unpacking the Standards
Use questions that draw out higher level of thinking
Planning with these in mind
Facilitating and Guiding
Questioning, Monitoring, Evaluating
GCS Math Curriculum
Counting & Cardinality
Operations &Algebraic Thinking
Numbers & Operation in Base Ten
Numbers & Operation in Base Ten-Fractions
Measurement & Data
8 Math Practices
1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.
4. Model with mathematics.
5. Use appropriate tools strategically.
6. Attend to precision.
7. Look for and make use of structure.
8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.
A Teacher's Transformation...
Bringing the Curriculum to Life in the Classroom:
A Teacher's Journey
ENJOY EVERY STEP OF YOUR TEACHING JOURNEY! :)
Communicating mathematical concepts with one another
Actively engaged in mathematics through written and oral communication
Reasoning through problems
Not memorizing procedures
Using different strategies
Which Math Practices were evident?
How can you make the shift from teacher from facilitator?
Balanced Active Math Instructional Framework
US and Japan
Classroom Look For's
Gaston County Schools' Mathematics Classrooms
Math is like love -- a simple idea,
but it can get complicated.
Teachers are the key to improving mathematics education... It is through teachers' efforts that students have opportunities to learn mathematics
Glenda Lippon, NCTM News Bulletin
“Don’t Be The Sage on the Stage
Rather Be The Guide on the Side”
Diane Price-Elementary Curriculum Facilitator, Mathematics
Lisa Pennington-Assistant Principal East Gaston High School
Changing the culture of the classroom:
Know the students in your classroom, and observe how they respond to Mathematical concepts.
Students are engaged in conversations about Math. Teacher takes the back seat and listens.
Getting to the rigor and depth of the mathematics.
Students working in learning teams to share Mathematical thinking.
Organization and Time Management:
The teacher monitors student exploration and math talk in order to maximize opportunities for students to hear correct Mathematical thinking during class share time and discussions.