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Providing Toolsfor Algebra SuccessSupported by Teachers for a New EraandCPEC Grant ITQ-09-607

Jaspreet Sandha Nicki Golden

Ivan Cheng icheng@csun.edu

the problem
The Problem
  • Algebra success rate is low
  • Only 6% of 828 Algebra 1 students at one high school scored “Proficient” or above in on the California Standards Test (CST)
  • Two thirds of those who fail Algebra in 8th or 9th grade fail to graduate on time
the solution
The Solution

“To improve their mathematics instruction, teachers must be able to analyze what they and their students are doing and consider how those actions are affecting students’ learning.”

NCTM Principles and Standards, p. 18

the solution4
The Solution

”Teachers learn well just as students do – by studying, doing, and reflecting; by collaborating with other teachers; by looking closely at students and their work; and by sharing what they see.”

by collaborating with other teachers

Darling-Hammond (1999), p. 12

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The Solution?

Traditional Model

Professional

Development

Teacher

Learning

Student

Achievement

collaboration that works
Collaboration That Works

Student Centered Model

Collaborative

Inquiry

Student

Achievement

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Collaboration That Works

Student Centered Model

Professional

Development

Collaborative

Inquiry

Student

Achievement

Teacher

Learning

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Collaboration That Works
  • Student Improvement Through Teacher Empowerment (SITTE)
  • Utilize teachers’ classrooms as “laboratories” for daily practical inquiry
  • Collaborative inquiry based on the Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) model
  • The Responsive Teaching Cycle (RTC)

(SITTE)

responsive teaching cycle rtc
Responsive Teaching Cycle (RTC)
  • Daily collaboration around evidence of student learning
  • Focus on getting through to students rather than getting through a book

Explore

Establish Experiment

Examine

Student Learning

impact on students
Impact on Students

Overall (% Correct) Mult. Choice (# Correct) Constructed Resp. (4 Max.)

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Impact on Students
  • Students passed Algebra at higher rates (77%-90% following a 4-week summer program)
impact on students12
Impact on Students
  • Comparison of CST scores
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Develop

Solidify

Practice/Apply

Launch

Launch

Launch

Discuss

Discuss

Discuss

Explore

Explore

Explore

Stages of Mathematical Learning

Hendrickson, Hilton, & Bahr (2010)

teaching tools not topics
Teaching Tools, Not Topics
  • Motivational tools
  • Organizational tools
  • Representational tools
  • Reasoning tools
  • Communication tools
implications
Implications
  • Students benefit from the collaboration of their teachers
  • Teachers benefit when educational settings are structured to allow collaboration
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Thank Youfor Attending our SessionSupported by Teachers for a New EraandCPEC Grant ITQ-09-607

Jaspreet Sandha Nicki Golden

Ivan Cheng icheng@csun.edu

when did sitte happen
When did SITTE Happen?

Summer School DREAMS Program

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When did SITTE Happen?

Summer School DREAMS Program

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When did SITTE Happen?

Summer School DREAMS Program

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When did SITTE Happen?

Common Conference Period

  • 4 Teachers
  • 5 Student Teachers
  • Google Sites
  • 4 x 4 schedule next year in two schools
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When did SITTE Happen?

After School

  • Twice per week
  • Coffee House
  • QEIA funded