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Common Core Math and CPM. What is the Common Core?. Process Standards 8 Mathematical Practices Insight as to what teaching and learning should look like and sound like. Difference: from 3 sentences to 3 pages . Content Standards Grade/content specific

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what is the common core
What is the Common Core?
  • Process Standards
  • 8 Mathematical Practices
  • Insight as to what teaching and learning should look like and sound like.
  • Difference: from 3 sentences to 3 pages

Content Standards

Grade/content specific

What content will be taught at each grade level or subject area.

Difference: heavier on algebra; less on basic skills

what are the benefits of the ccss
What are the benefits of the CCSS?
  • Consistency across states
  • Accurate comparisons
  • Level playing fields
facts vs myths
Facts vs. Myths
  • Myth:
  • The math standards don't address algebra until high school.
  • Fact:
  • Infused in 7th and 8th grade
  • Basics of Algebra begin in Elementary
facts vs myths1
Facts vs. Myths
  • Myth:
  • The curriculum is being “dumbed down”. Many skills that are currently being taught in lower grades are now not going to be taught until middle and high school.
  • Fact:
  • 4th through 8th grade = similar
  • Repetition (fractions)
  • Building up 7th and 8th
facts vs myths2
Facts vs. Myths
  • Myth:
  • Teachers don’t teach, students are expected to teach themselves in groups.
  • Fact:
  • Student driven through questioning
  • More than one way
  • Notes and direct instruction
why cpm
Why CPM?
  • College Preparatory Mathematics
  • Textbook Adoption Process
    • Alignment to math practices
    • Alignment to content
    • Pilot with students
  • Benefits of ACT
common questions
Common Questions
  • What will a typical day look like?
  • What will tests look like?
  • How will things be graded?
  • *Chapter 1 is all about team building surrounding math review.
what kind of support is there
What kind of support is there?
  • Teacher training
  • www.cpm.org
    • Parent guides (free to print)
    • Homework help
  • District Level Support
  • Additional materials for practice
  • Monthly newsletter updates
  • Back to School Nights
  • Video taping lessons
  • Ongoing Community Meetings
websites from the sources
Websites from the sources

Mississippi Department of Education

http://fyt.mde.k12.ms.us/subscribe/subscribe_curriculum.html

PARCC

http://www.parcconline.org

Crosswalk between MS and the CCSS

http://louisville.k12.ms.us/curriculum/CCSS/CCSSMathTG.pdf

Video of CCSS math development

http://www.youtube.com/watche?v=dnjbwJdcPjECD7F4C7DE7CB3D2E6&index=1

do s and don ts of helping your child
Do’s and Don’ts of Helping Your Child
  • Do…
  • Ask questions
  • Stay informed
  • Communicate often (Remind 101)
  • Work together for the benefit of our students
  • Provide feedback on how we can improve
  • Don’t…
  • Make assumptions
  • Wait until the end of the year/semester to bring about concerns
  • Talk negatively in front of students
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Michelle Corbinor Chereda Daughertymichelle.corbin@dcsms.org/901.238.8828chereda.daugherty@dcsms.org/901.238.7298(662)449-7157 office