Math COE from the Student Perspective. 2012 – 2013 Amanda Mount, OSPI Scott Brittain , OSPI Cindy Jouper, ESD 113. Overview . Terminology, guidelines and highlights Process Tasks Submission Contact Information. Terminology.
Math COE from the Student Perspective
2012 – 2013
Amanda Mount, OSPI
Scott Brittain, OSPI
Cindy Jouper, ESD 113
COE Math is referred to as Mathematics Year 1 and Mathematics Year 2.
Algebra and Integrated 1
Geometry and Integrated 2
An “extended time” response is one that students may complete over more than one class period or session while still supervised by a teacher or education professional. Sometimes this may be multiple days or session. These responses allow the students the opportunity for multiple editing and revising prior to submitting their final response for submission in their collection. All extended time responses must be done under the supervision of the teacher or school staff and are not to be taken home. While there is some opportunity for appropriate teacher assistance the work on the extended response needs to be that of the student.
For the extended time responses, it is expected that there is an appropriate amount of teacher assistance. For Mathematics, it is expected that teachers will assist with concept development but not teach to the specific inclusion task and use part of the task to illustrate a point. As students work through extended time responses, teachers may encourage students to check their work and remind them to edit and revise their written materials. Extended time responses must continue to be student work rather than group work.
Math has its own unique submission method.
Amanda Mount, COE Operations Specialistamanda.firstname.lastname@example.org(360) 725-6037
Lesley Klenk, CAA Options Administratorlesley.email@example.com(360) 725-6330
Scott Brittain, Math/Science Collection of EvidenceAssessment DevelopmentScott.Brittain@k12.wa.us(360) 725-6237
Technical support and process issues:
COE Customer Service
360-464-6708 or firstname.lastname@example.org