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Meeting the Needs of All Students in Your Math Class. Math Workshop in the K-6 Classroom Kelly Dionne-Yahr, Pam Pogson, Janet Scott, Courtney Tomfohr Shannan Painter – Principal and Videographer Meridian Elementary Kent, Washington. Outcomes.

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Meeting the needs of all students in your math class

Meeting the Needs of All Students in Your Math Class

Math Workshop in the K-6 Classroom

Kelly Dionne-Yahr, Pam Pogson, Janet Scott, Courtney Tomfohr

Shannan Painter – Principal and Videographer

Meridian Elementary

Kent, Washington


Outcomes
Outcomes

  • Experience the journey from a traditional math class to math workshop

  • Compare best practices both in literacy and math

  • Explore the structure of the math workshop classroom

  • Define difference between a primary and an intermediate classroom in math workshop

  • Share methods for differentiation


The journey
“The Journey”

Literacy Workshop Driven by Authentic Assessment felt right

Disconnect between Literacy and Math

Math teaching driven by published curriculum vs. new standards





Turn talk
Turn & Talk

  • Consider the grade you teach and discuss with your neighbor what the first 20 days might look like in your classroom.


Primary vs intermediate structure
Primary vs Intermediate Structure


The structure in primary
The Structure in Primary


Structure in intermediate
Structure in Intermediate


Turn and talk
Turn and Talk

  • How is this similar to your own classroom?

  • What is different?

  • What questions do you still have?


Differentiation
Differentiation

  • Differentiation is conferring to us!

  • We use assessments to drive our conferring.


Outcomes1
Outcomes

  • Experience the journey from a traditional math class to math workshop

  • Compare best practices both in literacy and math

  • Explore the structure of the math workshop classroom

  • Define difference between a primary and an intermediate classroom in math workshop

  • Obtain methods for differentiation


Reflections and questions
Reflections and Questions

  • Time to reflect and write

  • Share out or ask questions


Resources
Resources

  • O.S.P.I. Website

    • www.k12.wa.us

  • Daily 5 and CAFÉ

  • Daily CAFÉ

    • http://www.TheDailyCafe.com/public/1903.cfm

  • Meridian Elementary Website www.kent.k12.wa.us/ME

  • Mathematics Education Collaborative (MEC) Classes

  • Developing Mathematical Ideas (DMI) Classes

  • ORIGO


Thank you
Thank You

  • Please fill out the evaluation sheet for our professional growth.

  • All handouts and Power Point available on Daily CAFÉ website and Meridian Elementary website.

  • If you have any questions feel free to contact us:

  • [email protected]

  • [email protected]


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