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MATHEMATICS

ADOPTION TOOLKIT

A Data-Driven Review of

Instructional Materials

California County Superintendents

Educational Services Association

Curriculum & Instruction

Steering Committee

CCSESA

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MATHEMATICS ADOPTION TOOLKIT

This adoption must support

ALL STUDENTS

achieving proficiency

by 2014 !!!

As a state,

are we ready for 2014?

As a district,

are you ready for 2014?

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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California Adoption Process

CA Mathematics Framework - Chapter 10

Instructional Advisory Materials Panel

Curriculum Commission - Math Subcommittee

Curriculum Commission

State Board of Education

Instructional Materials Funds

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Discussion:

Share past experiences or stories

you have heard

from others who were on

a textbook adoption committee.

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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MATHEMATICS ADOPTION TOOLKIT

  • A process for:
    • Reviewing mathematics programs.
    • Using data to identify needs.
    • Matching district needs with materials.
    • Supporting an informed
    • and objective recommendation.

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Introduction

Facilitator’s Guide

Section #1:

District Lens

MATHEMATICS

ADOPTION

TOOLKIT

Section #2:

Standards Sampling

Section #3:

Program Components

Section #4:

Further Comparison

Section #5:

Making a Decision

Resources

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MATHEMATICS ADOPTION TOOLKIT

  • Toolkit is organized around:
    • What do you want students to know?
    • How will students come to “know it”?
    • How will you make sure ALL students “know it”?
    • How will you know if your students “know it”?

Mathematics Content

Instructional Program

Universal Access

Assessment

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An Introduction to the Toolkit

When purchasing

… a new car

or

… a mathematics program,

you want to make the “best” choice.

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• It is a long term investment.

• It must be an informed choice.

• It must match your needs.

Introduction

Whether … a new car

or … a new math program

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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100%

50%

0%

2014

2007

Introduction

Over time…

..a mathematics program must increase student performance.

… a car decreases in value

$40 K

$20 K

$10 K

2007

2014

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Introduction

  • Base Model
  • 4-wheel drive
  • 35 mpg
  • 0-60 in 20 minutes
  • 4 airbags
  • roll bar
  • Options
  • Moon roof
  • GPS
  • Front seat warmers

Great number of

choices and options.

  • Base Model
  • 50 mpg
  • 2 front and 2 door airbags
  • Options
  • MP3 player
  • Blue tooth
  • Base Model
  • 5 doors
  • 4 wheel drive
  • 7 seats
  • Back seat folds down
  • Air conditioning
  • 23 mpg
  • Options
  • DVD player
  • individual heat controls
  • Sun roof

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Way to Go

Mathematics

12 ÷ 3 = 4

State Board Approved BASIC Programs:

1. CA Course 1, Course 2, Algebra I, CGP, Grades 5 - 8

2. Algebra Connections, CPM, Grade 8

Glencoe CA Math & Algebra I, Grades 6-8

Harcourt, CA HSP Math, Grades K - 6

5. Holt, CA Mathematics, Course 1, 2, Algebra I, 6 -8

Houghton Mifflin CA Math, Grades K - 6

Key Curriculum, Discovering Algebra, Grade 8

8. Kinetic Books, Algebra I, Grade 8

9. Macmillan / McGraw Hill Math, 2009 Grades K-6

10. Marshall Cavendish, Early Bird Kindergarten Math, Grade K

11. Marshall Cavendish, Primary Mathematics, Grades 1 - 5

12. McDougal Littell, CA Pre-Algebra & Algebra I, Grades 7-8

13. McDougall Littell, Course 1, Course 2, Algebra Grades 6-8

14. McDougal Littell CA Structure & Methods, Grades 6-8

15. Scott Foresman - Addison Wesley enVision Math, Grades K-6

16. Prentice Hall Mathematics CA, Grades 6-8

17. Pearson Prentice Hall CA, Algebra I, Grade 8

18. Progress in Mathematics c2008, Sadlier Oxford, Grades K-6

19. Saxon Math CA, Grades K - 6

20. SRA Real Math, SRA-McGraw Hill, Grades K-6

21. TPS, CA State Standards Aligned Program, K-3

22 Wright Group, Everyday Mathematics, Grades K-6

Introduction

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INTERVENTION

Mathematics

12 ÷ 3 = 4

State Board Approved

INTERVENTION ProgramsGrades 4-7:

1. Compass Learning, Inc Odyssey Focus Math,

Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, California Math Triumphs,

Harcourt School Publishers, California Fast Forward Math,

iLearn Inc., iPASS Math Intervention,

Kaplan K-12 Learning Services, Momentum Math,

Riverdeep Inc., Destination Math California Intervention,

SRA McGraw-Hill, SRA Number Words,

Wright Group / McGraw Hill, Pinpoint,

Introduction

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State Board Approved

ALGEBRA READINESS Programs:

America’s Choice, Ramp-Up Algebra,

Compass Learning, Odyssey Focus Math: Algebra Readiness,

Glencoe/McGraw Hill, CA Algebra Readiness: Concepts, Skills, and Problem Solving

Holt Rinehart & Winston, Holt CA Algebra Readiness,

iLearn, Inc., iPass Algebra Readiness,

JRL, I Can Learn Fundamentals of Math, Algebra, Pre-Algebra, and Geometry,

McDougal Littell Algebra Readiness

Mind Institute, Algebra Readiness,

Prentice Hall Mathematics CA Algebra Readiness

Pearson, Connecting to Algebra for Algebra Readiness,

UCLA Mathematics Department, Introduction to Algebra,

Introduction

ALGEBRA

READINESS

A / B = C

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Textbook

ADDITION

Introduction

There are an overwhelming number of choices !!!

You can do it math

ADDITION

Help you out math

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Way to Go

Mathematics

12 ÷ 3 = 4

Introduction

Curriculum Commission Recommended BASIC Programs:

1. *

2. *

*

*

K-6, Brand A

*

5. K-6, Brand B

6. *

7. *

8. K-6, Brand C

9. K, Brand D (part 1)

10. 1-5, Brand D (part 2)

11. *

*

*

K-6, Brand E

*

K-6, Brand F

K-6, Brand G

K-6, Brand H

K-3, Brand I

K-6, Brand J

Number of

K-6 programs

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here

there

The Toolkit is a roadmap for making a choice.

Section #1:

District Lens

Section #2:

Standards Sampling

Section #5:

Make a Decision

Section #3:

Program Components

Section #5:

Make a Decision

Section #4:

Further Comparison

Section #5:

Make a Decision

Section #6:

Implementation

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Introduction

Section #1:

District Lens

Adoption Process Options

Section #6:

Implementation

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Introduction

Section #1:

District Lens

Adoption Process Options

Section #2:

Standards Sampling

Section #5:

Make a Decision

Section #6:

Implementation

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Section #1:

District Lens

Section #2:

Standards Sampling

Section #3:

Program Components

Section #5:

Make a Decision

Section #6:

Implementation

Introduction

Adoption Process Options

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Section #1:

District Lens

Section #4:

Further Comparison

Section #5:

Make a Decision

Section #6:

Implementation

Introduction

Adoption Process Options

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Section #2:

Standards Sampling

Section #3:

Program Components

Section #4:

Further Comparison

Section #5:

Make a Decision

Section #6:

Implementation

Introduction

Section #1:

District Lens

Adoption Process Options

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Mathematics Adoption Toolkit

Section One

Determining the District Lens

  • What are your district needs for:
    • Students and teachers?
    • Content?
    • Assessment?
    • Instructional program?
    • Universal access?

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Section 1: Developing the District Lens

What progress has your district made toward

framework goals?

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Section 1: Developing the District Lens

You’re going to buy a new car.

What do you need to think about before

purchasing?

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$

Gas

Section 1: Developing the District Lens

What choices are essential?

Safety Air bags for everyone

Safety Structural design

Mileage Monthly savings

Health Low emissions

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Section 1: Developing the District Lens

What choices are desirable?

Trunk space

Seating for friends

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Discussion:

What are this district’s needs for a math program?

76% - Second Language Learners.

71% - English Learners speak Spanish.

CELDT: Advanced 4%

Early Advanced 23%

Intermediate 41%

Early Intermediate 22%

Beginning 10%

31% of teachers are first year teachers

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Discussion:

What program choices are ESSENTIAL to match this district’s data?

What program choices are DESIRABLE to match this district’s data?

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Mathematics Adoption Toolkit

Section Two

Standards Sampling

What is the quality of the

standards based lessons?

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Section 2: Standards Sampling

If the engine isn’t optimal,

nothing else matters !

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Section 2: Standards Sampling

IMAP / CRP panels

determined that the recommended

programs include the

state standards,

and there

are no mathematical errors.

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Section 2: Standards Sampling

Standards Sampling

determines

the QUALITY

of how the standards

are presented in lessons.

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Discussion:

Think about the mathematical concepts you have struggled to teach. Which concepts or

standards would you like to emphasize to build student success?

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Section 2: Standards Sampling

  • Compare the program’s lessons for:
    • Evidence of conceptual understanding.
    • Evidence of procedural fluency.
    • Evidence of reasoning.
    • Support for new teacher.
    • Support for intermediate EL.

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Discussion:

What do we do with a program that has some great vocabulary strategies and real world connections,

BUT is conceptually weak?

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Section 2: Standards Sampling

“If the math isn’t good,

then nothing else matters!”

J.Commons, 2006

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Section 2: Standards Sampling

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Section 2: Standards Sampling

If the standards lessons

do not meet the quality needed

by the district,

the program should

be considered for elimination.

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Way to Go

Mathematics

12 ÷ 3 = 4

State Board Approved BASIC Programs:

1. *

2. *

*

*

*

*

5. K-6, Brand B

6. *

7. *

8. *

9. *

10. *

11. *

*

*

K-6, Brand E

*

K-6, Brand F

*

K-6, Brand H

K-3, Brand I

*

Number of programs after

standards sampling

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Mathematics Adoption Toolkit

Section Three

Program Components

  • How does the program organize:
    • Content ?
    • Assessment ?
    • Instructional Strategies ?
    • Universal Access ?

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Section 3: Program Components

Basemodel:

Engine - V6, fuel efficient

vehicle standards

Dash board - guides the drive

Options

Fuel type - gas, electric, hybrid

Sun roof

MP-3 Player

Warranty

Insurance

AAA

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Student Textbook

Teacher Editions

Benchmark

CA Test Prep

Teacher Background

Practice, Reteach

Ancillary Materials

Technology

ELL Support

Challenge Materials

Spec. Ed. Materials

Section 3: Program Components

Content

Instructional Program

Assessment

Universal Access

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Section 3: Program Component Review

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Way to Go

Mathematics

12 ÷ 3 = 4

State Board Approved BASIC Programs:

1. *

2. *

*

*

*

*

5. K-6, Brand B

6. *

7. *

8. *

9. *

10. *

11. *

*

*

*

*

*

*

K-6, Brand H

*

*

Number of programs

after program

component review.

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Mathematics Adoption Toolkit

Section Four

Further Comparison

  • Executive Committee Review
  • Piloting
  • Student Interviews
  • Blind Testing

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Section 4: Further Comparison

Executive Focus Committee

Motor Trend Report

Crash Safety Tests

Consumer’s Guide

Safety + + √ -

Comfort + + √ √

Room √ + √ +

Options - √ √ -

Math Adoption Toolkit, CCSESA

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Section 4: Further Comparison

Executive Focus Committee

Parents

Middle School Teachers

English Learners Specialists

Vocab + + √ -

Structure + + √

Access √ + √ +

Discourse - √ √ -

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Section 4: Further Comparison

The last two choices meet all the criteria.

Now, how does each vehicle respond when driven?

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Section 4: Further Comparison

How does each program respond when taught?

First I added

3 to 97 to

make 100

97 + 3 = 100

100 x 4 = 400

3 x 4 = 12

97 x 4 =

400 -12 = 388

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The picture

shows me

what to do.

The

definition

is on the

page.

Math

Text

Section 4: Further Comparison

What do students say about the text(s)?

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Model H

Model B

Section 4: Further Comparison

Blind Test / Side-by-side Comparison

$29,670 $27,140

16 mpg city/21 mpg hwy 17 mph city /21 mph hwy

automatic 5 speed manual

4 WD FWD

5 7

4 yrs/50,000 miles 2 yrs/24,000

5 yrs/60,000 miles 10 yrs/100,000

12 yrs 6 yrs

Blue book

Mileage

Transmission

Drive Train

Seating capacity

Warranty

Basic

Power train

Corrosion

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Section 4: Further Comparison

Blind Test / Side-by-side Comparison

Brand B

Brand H

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Mathematics Adoption Toolkit

Section Five

Making a Decision

  • Coming to consensus
  • Final report

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Content

Brand B

Content

Brand H

Assessment

Brand H

Section 5: Making a Decision

Coming to Consensus

Assessment

Brand B

Brand H has

more positives

There aren’t many negatives for B

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Way to Go

Mathematics

12 ÷ 3 = 4

Section 5: Making a Decision

K-6, Brand B

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Mathematics Adoption Toolkit

Section Six

Planning Forward

  • What support is needed:
    • Professional Development?
    • Planning for implementation?
    • Benchmarks update?
    • Pacing Guide update?

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Section 6: Planning Forward

Now, the real journey begins.

You’re in charge now. Punch it!!!

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Pilot materials

Student interviews

Thank you…

  • Executive Focus Committee
  • English Learners
  • Assessment Department
  • Technology

Math Adoption Toolkit, CESSA

Curriculum & Instruction

Steering Committee

California County Superintendents

Educational Services Association

CCSESA