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Welcome to Core Academy 2014 - Day 2. Day 2 Agenda. Schedule for Day 8:30-8:45: Address Questions from yesterday 8:45 – 10:15: Passion Profiles and Activity 1 10:15 – 10:30: Break 10:30 - 12:00: Activity 2 - 4 12:00-12:45: Lunch 12:45 – 1:30 Practice Standards (Block Party)

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Welcome to core academy 2014 day 2

Welcome to Core Academy 2014 - Day 2


Day 2 agenda

Day 2 Agenda

  • Schedule for Day

  • 8:30-8:45: Address Questions from yesterday

  • 8:45 – 10:15: Passion Profiles and Activity 1

  • 10:15 – 10:30: Break

  • 10:30 - 12:00: Activity 2 - 4

  • 12:00-12:45: Lunch

  • 12:45 – 1:30 Practice Standards (Block Party)

  • 1:30 – 3:15: Depth of Knowledge

  • 2:00 – 2:15: Break

  • 3:15-3:30: Wrap up the day


Questions from yesterday

Questions From Yesterday


Passion profile activity

Passion profile activity

  • pas•sion (p2sh”….n)n. 1. A powerful emotion, such as love, joy, hatred, or anger. 2.a.Ardent love. 3.a. Boundless enthusiasm

  • Read the passion profiles and identify which one most accurately describes who you are as an educator. If several fit, choose the one that affects you the most.

  • Ask your colleagues questions and find the people who chose the same profile you did.

  • Get into small groups.


Small group work

Small group work:

  • Discuss in your groups what it is like to have this passion

  • Each person identify a student who has been affected by this profile and write in your journal

    • What have I done with this student?

    • What’s worked? What hasn’t

    • What else could I do?

    • What questions does this raise for me?

  • Talk as a group about the questions that teachers who share this passion are likely to have about their practice.

  • Share out whole group on your passions and what comments and questions you have.


  • Digging deeper

    Digging deeper

    • In your Journals take a couple of minutes to write your personal definition of digging deeper as it relates to instruction, learning and assessment.


    Today s learning objectives

    Today’s learning Objectives

    • COGNITIVE DEMAND


    Question set 1

    Question set 1

    • Mark each question true or false

    • 7 x 5 = 25

    • 8 x 9 = 80 – 8

    • 49 7 = 56  8


    Problem set 2

    Problem set 2

    • 357 + 17,999 + 1

    • 357 + 17,999

    • 1001 x 20


    Problem set 3

    Problem set 3

    • Amber didn’t know what 7 x 5 equals, but she knew 5 x 5 = 25 and 2 x 5 = 10. Use drawings, words and/or equations to explain why Amber can add 25 and 10 to find what 7 x 5 equals.

    • Write four fractions that are all equal to 2

    • Write a number that is greater than 1/5 and less that ¼. Place your number on a number line, be prepared to explain your thought process.


    Problem set 4

    Problem set 4

    • On Monday, Joe walked ½ mile. On Tuesday, Joe walked ½ mile again. On Wednesday, Joe walked some more. Altogether Joe walked 2 ½ miles. How far did Joe walk on Wednesday?

    • A Plate of Cookies:

      • There were 28 cookies on a plate

      • Five children each ate one cookie

      • Two children each ate 3 cookies

      • One child ate 5 cookies

      • The rest of the children each ate two cookies

      • Then the plate was empty

      • How many children ate two cookies?

  • Sale Prices:

    • Max bought 2 items that were on sale

    • One item was 10% off

    • One item was 20% off

    • Max says he saved

    • 15% altogether

      A) Could Max be right? B) Could Max be wrong?


  • Practice standards

    Practice standards

    • Block Party:


    Depth of knowledge

    Depth of knowledge

    • Chalk Talk


    Reflection questions

    Reflection Questions

    • Day 2

    • Write a reflection summary from today, something you learned about or an ah-ha moment using the words:

    • Cognitive Rigor and

    • the 4 Levels of Depth of Knowledge.


    Reflection questions1

    Reflection Questions

    • Day 3

    • Write a reflection summary from today which include:

    • Three things I learned today

    • Two things I want to try

    • One thing I still have a question about


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