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CA-CCSS: Changes in Classroom Practice. Robert Preston CUSD Mathematics Coach. Yesterday. Mindsets Make students explicitly aware that learning is a process of making new connections in you brain New connections develop as we engage in tasks they may be difficult The power of praise. Today.

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Ca ccss changes in classroom practice

CA-CCSS: Changes in Classroom Practice

Robert Preston

CUSD Mathematics Coach


Yesterday

Yesterday . . .

  • Mindsets

    • Make students explicitly aware that learning is a process of making new connections in you brain

    • New connections develop as we engage in tasks they may be difficult

    • The power of praise


Today

Today

  • Link changes in classroom pedagogy and practice to SMPs

  • See connections between all three:

    • Mindsets, SMPs and classroom practices


Ccss m key shifts

CCSS-M Key Shifts

  • Focus

    • Rather than racing to cover many topics, the standards ask teachers to significantly narrow and deepen the way time and energy are spent in the classroom.

  • Coherence

    • Mathematics is not a list of disconnected topics, tricks, or mnemonics; it is a coherent body of knowledge made up of interconnected concepts.

  • Rigor

    • Deep, authentic command of mathematical concepts; not making math harder or introducing topics at earlier grades.


Mathematical practices content

Mathematical Practices & Content

  • The Content is more focused and coherent

  • The Mathematical Practices, when developed deeply, will get at rigor

    So, the question beckons:

  • Will this alone make my classroom “Common Core?”


Changes shifts in classroom practice

Changes/Shifts in Classroom Practice


Changes shifts in classroom practice1

Changes/Shifts in Classroom Practice


Changes shifts in classroom practice2

Changes/Shifts in Classroom Practice


Where are you

Where Are You?

  • Take a moment to reflect on your classroom practice

  • Where do you think you fall along the continuum for each shift; mark with an x

  • Do you have evidence to support your placement?

  • Talk with your table partners


Activity

Activity

  • Always True, Sometimes True, Never True

    • Evaluate at least 3 of the mathematical statements to determine whether they are always true, sometimes true or never true.

    • Be ready to justify your thinking


What shift in classroom practice is best illustrated by this type of activity

What shift in classroom practice is best illustrated by this type of activity?

Why do you think that??

Do these connect to the SMPs?

Why do you think that??

Ifstudents are to demonstrate proficiency with the SMPs, what might the classroom look like?


A common link discourse

A Common Link: Discourse


What does discourse look like in your classroom

What Does Discourse Look Like in Your Classroom?


Mindsets smps shifts

Mindsets, SMPs, Shifts

  • Are they connected?

  • They require a revision of the typical classroom contract

  • Teacher role moves from one that is less directive to one that is more supportive:

    • a fellow student, a resource, a learner


Implementing these shifts

Implementing These Shifts?

  • Identify one (or several) that you feel will provide greatest impact on student learning

  • Start with your particular area of strength/ comfort

  • Select one or two as a PLC focus

    • Use in planning

    • Use peers’ strengths as resources

    • Evaluate student work through its lens


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