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TMP Summer Institute August 8, 2008. Project TIME Transitions in Math Education. Christie Gilliland- Dean, GRCC Joyce Hammer- Co-Director, GRCC Kris Kissel- Instructor, GRCC Paul Muckerheide- Instructor, Hazen HS Laura Moore-Mueller- Director, GRCC Pam Reising- Instructor, GRCC

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August 8, 2008

Project TIMETransitions in Math EducationChristie Gilliland- Dean, GRCC

Joyce Hammer- Co-Director, GRCC

Kris Kissel- Instructor, GRCC

PaulMuckerheide- Instructor, Hazen HS

Laura Moore-Mueller-Director, GRCC

Pam Reising- Instructor, GRCC

Stacey Snyder- Instructor, Renton HS

Robin Washam- Co-Director, PSESD

Auburn School District

Enumclaw School District

Federal Way School District

Kent School District

Puyallup School District

Renton School District

Sumner School District

Tahoma School District

Green River Community College

Seattle University

University of Washington

A portal to the senior math course

Development and content

Instructor reactions

Lessons learned

Advisory-Night-in-a-Box

OVERVIEW FOR TODAYTheory

Battle of New Guinea

(Printed from COMAP)

Minimax

Maximin

Saddle point

Nash Equilibrium

Game matrix

Payoff

and much more!

Literacy Strategies

Cornell Notes

Concept Map

Frayer Model (four square)

LiteracyCalculate the percentage each played A.

Calculate the expected value of the game.

AB Game: Mixed StrategyMathematics used:ProbabilityLinear graphsIntersection point (systems)

Use of technology

Mathematical AnalysisNUMB3RS: Dirty Bomb‘’Prisoner’s Dilemma’

Non-Zero Sum Games(Conflict Resolution)FootlooseA game of chicken

Non-Zero Sum Games(Conflict Resolution)NUMB3RS episode: The Art of Reckoning To C or Not to C

Forgiveness Math

Non-Zero Sum Games(Conflict Resolution)Implementation

- Videos
- Group work
- Active learning
- Literacy strategies
- Textbook / course materials
- CRMS content
- Direct instruction
- Technology: Calculators and Spreadsheets
- Current events

Created by faculty from GRCC and partner school districts.

Provides rigorous alternative to calculus track for high-school seniors.

Senior Course DevelopmentInvestigate deep and interesting topics in mathematics while preserving and improving algebra competency.

Rekindle the excitement and beauty of mathematics.

Senior Course DevelopmentPre-Development Issues preserving and improving algebra competency.

- 1 semester or 2 semester course
- Module based or stand alone course
- H.S minimum math requirements
- Competing AP math courses

Pre-Development Issues preserving and improving algebra competency.

- Available high school math teachers
- Time to meet
- What’s in a name? Discrete Math BAT Math Advanced Quantitative Reasoning College-Prep Math
- Applications in Mathematical Reasoning

Graph Theory preserving and improving algebra competency.

Scheduling

Linear Programming

Voting

Statistics and Probability

Fair Division

Course Content Semester IFinance preserving and improving algebra competency.

Geometry

Modeling continuous functions: linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, and logistic

Game Theory

Course ContentSemester IIAssess students at beginning and end of year with WAMAP. preserving and improving algebra competency. http://www.wamap.org/

Administer student and teacher perception surveys

Observe students’ progress post-senior year

Course AssessmentProfessional development: “just-in-time” preserving and improving algebra competency.

Content and pedagogy

Course materials and supplies

Textbooks

Calculators and sensor/motion probes

Substitute cost assistance

Consequences

Engage in hands-on learning

Establish a learning community

Instructor SupportExcitement for new material preserving and improving algebra competency.

Administrative/counselor support

The magnitude of the project was a surprise

Always expect material will require more time than intended for writing and editing

Democratic approach takes time but leads to a richer course

Needed one decision maker eventually

Lessons Learned in Creating a New CourseCollaboration across and within sectors preserving and improving algebra competency.

Interest and awareness by administrators and instructors in other disciplines

Mathematical engagement of students

Teacher ReflectionsAlways expect that teaching the material requires more time than intended

Class preparation is critical

Additional information for the instructor resource manual

Teacher prep time and money

Administrative support

Need resource/content individual for help

Pilot test materials need enough polish to engage and support instructors, but will need significant revision

Assessment requires piloting: content and delivery

Lessons Learned Implementing this CourseCommunication across sectors: than intended

Summer Symposiums

COMING SOON! Summer Symposium - August 25, 2008

Revised Math Standards

Facilitated by Dr. Susan Hudson-Hull, UT Dana Center

www.project-time.org than intended

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