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Making Mathematics Meaningful and Memorable. Hank Kepner [email protected] Karen Corlyn [email protected] Lee Ann Pruske [email protected] Paige Richards [email protected] Mary Mooney [email protected] Association of Mathematical Teacher Educators Tulsa, Oklahoma January 24-26,2008.

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karen corlyn kcorlyn@uwm edu lee ann pruske lapruske@uwm edu

Making Mathematics Meaningful and Memorable

  • Hank Kepner

[email protected]

Karen Corlyn

[email protected]

Lee Ann Pruske

[email protected]

  • Paige Richards

[email protected]

  • Mary Mooney

[email protected]

Association of Mathematical Teacher Educators

Tulsa, Oklahoma January 24-26,2008

teachers in residence
Teachers-in-Residence
  • Experienced teachers from Milwaukee Public Schools.
  • On special assignment at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
  • Link academic teacher preparation and urban classroom practice. 
  • Align teacher preparation and K-12 reform initiatives.
met report recommendations
MET Report Recommendations
  • The mathematical education of teachers should be seen as a partnership between mathematics faculty and mathematics education faculty.
  • There needs to be more collaboration between mathematics faculty and school mathematics teachers.
  • Prospective teachers need mathematics courses that develop a deep understanding of the mathematics that they teach.
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University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Milwaukee Area Technical College

Milwaukee Public Schools

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Milwaukee Area Technical College

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

MMP

Milwaukee Public Schools

mathematics course work
Mathematics Course Work

Mathematical Explorations for Elementary

Teachers I and II

Mathematics Methods for Elementary and Middle School.

Discrete Probability and Statistics for Elementary Teachers

Geometry for Elementary Teachers

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for

Elementary Teachers

Algebraic Structures for Elementary Teachers

Core courses for MCEA majors

Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence (MCEA) Math Minor

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Mathematics

Educators

Mathematicians

Teachers-in-Residence

national research council s strands of proficiency adding it up 2001
National Research Council’sStrands of ProficiencyAdding It Up, 2001
  • Adaptive Reasoning
  • Strategic Competence
  • Conceptual Understanding
  • Productive Disposition
  • Procedural Fluency
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Karen CorlynMPS Middle School Teacher-in-Residence @ UWM

  • Middle School Math Methods
  • Discrete Probability and Statistical Analysis
  • Algebra Structures
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Some a are b.

(Some cats are black)

No a is b.

(No cat is black)

Some a are not b.

(Some cats are not black)

All a are b.

(All cats are black)

All a are b.

(All cats are black)

Some a are not b.

(Some cats are not black)

No a is b.

(No cat is black)

Some a are b.

(Some cats are black)

Negations of Statements Utilizing Quantifiers.

Statement

Negation

it s about making it accessible15
It’s about making it accessible

Composition of Functions

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It’s about making relevant connections

Discrete Probability & Statistical Analysis Text

Chapter 6/Section 1.1

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It’s about making relevant connections

Discrete Probability & Statistical Analysis Text

Chapter 6/Section 1.2

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It’s about making relevant connections

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

it s about building understanding
It’s about building understanding

Laura and Maddie using manipulatives (two color counters and Hershey Kisses) to solve the equation:

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Lee Ann PruskeMPS Elementary School Teacher-in-Residence @ UWM

  • Elementary School Math Methods
  • Geometry
  • Problem Solving
collaboration
Collaboration . . .

"The TIR\'s bring the perspective of how to present this (the content) in an elementary classroom, and what a teacher could expect from the elementary school students. They ground the course and make it relevant to the future experience of the prospective teachers”

Gabriella Pinter, PhD

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Collaboration . . .

“The TIR\'s move the class to hands-on activities and discussions quickly. This opens up the classroom to a different level of discourse and involvement than is usually found in a university math class.”

“The TIR\'s look more critically at who is in a presentation group, adjusting group dynamics to enhance presentations and problem solving"

Gabriella Pinter, PhD

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Paige RichardsMPS Elem. School Teacher-in-Residence @ UWM & MATC

  • Co-teach mathematics foundations courses at MATC.
  • Design, implement and supervise math internships.
  • Facilitate the student transition from MATC to UWM School of Education.
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Collaboration . . .

"As a mathematician, I can attest that the greatest addition our TIR has brought to the content courses in mathematics for elementary teachers at this college has been her knowledge and experience of pedagogical issues.  Her K-12 classroom expertise has been invaluable in the transformation of our pre-service teacher courses.” 

David Ruszkiewicz, MATC 

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Mary MooneyMPS High School Teacher-in-Residence @ UWM

  • Secondary School Math Methods
  • Middle School Math Methods
  • High School Algebra Labs
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Thank you.

www.mmp.uwm.edu

This material was developed by the Milwaukee Mathematics Partnership (MMP) with support by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0314898. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.

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