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Awareness. Workshop Agenda. Part I: PowerTeaching : Mathematics Overview Part II: Experiencing PowerTeaching : Mathematics Part III: How will PowerTeaching : Mathematics affect you? Part IV: PowerTeaching : Mathematics Resources and Continuous Support Part V: Questions and Answers.

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workshop agenda
Workshop Agenda

Part I: PowerTeaching: Mathematics Overview

Part II: Experiencing PowerTeaching: Mathematics

Part III: How will PowerTeaching: Mathematics affect you?

Part IV: PowerTeaching: Mathematics Resources and Continuous Support

Part V: Questions and Answers

establishing workshop routines
Establishing Workshop Routines
  • Zero Noise Signal
  • Think-Pair-Share
  • Random Reporter
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Part I

PowerTeaching: Mathematics Overview

what is powerteaching mathematics
What is PowerTeaching: Mathematics?

PowerTeaching: Mathematics is an instructional framework that links state standards and school curricula to research-proven instructional strategies that promote rigor and student engagement.

powerteaching mathematics basics
PowerTeaching: Mathematics Basics
  • Multiday lesson framework
  • Can be used with any textbook and/or curriculum
  • Supported by ongoing professional development
  • Designed to move from a teacher-centered classroom to a student-centered classroom through:
    • compelling concept presentations
    • assessments for learning
    • student learning teams
what is cooperative learning
What is cooperative learning?

Cooperative learning refers to a set of instructional methods in which students work in small, mixed-ability learning teams.

The students in each team are responsible not only for learning the materials being taught in class, but also for helping their teammates learn.

benefits of cooperative learning
Benefits of Cooperative Learning
  • Increases positive peer interaction
  • Increases student motivation to learn
  • Increases student academic achievement
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Part II

Experiencing PowerTeaching: Mathematics

activity team r sum
Activity | Team Résumé
  • List names of the team members.
  • List work experiences outside the field of education.
  • List number of years in the field of education and the total number for your team.
  • List individual strengths you bring to the team.
  • Choose a team name.
  • Place the team name at the top of the résumé.
  • Sign your names upon completion.
the team score sheet
The Team Score Sheet
  • Write your team name at the top of the team score sheet.
  • Write the names of each team member in the spaces provided.
  • Write your team name on each side of the table tent provided.
the team score sheet1
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

the team score sheet2
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

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Nautical Flag

Equilateral Triangle

Mast

Rectangle

Main Sail Right Triangle

Jib

Isosceles

Triangle

Boom

Rectangle

Hull

Trapezoid

Rudder

Oval

Keel

Parallelogram

teamwork team huddle
Teamwork | Team Huddle
  • As a team, glue the items from your sailboat kit onto the inventory sheet.
  • Make sure that each team member can justify the team’s choices and that the inventory sheet reflects the model sailboat presented.
  • The first one is done as an example.
teamwork team mastery
Teamwork | Team Mastery
  • Complete the worksheet individually.
  • After you finish, compare and justify your answers to your teammates.
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Nautical Flag

Equilateral Triangle

Mast

Rectangle

Main Sail Right Triangle

Jib

Isosceles

Triangle

Boom

Rectangle

Hull

Trapezoid

Rudder

Oval

Keel

Parallelogram

geometric sailboat quiz
Geometric Sailboat | Quiz
  • Complete the geometric sailboat quiz individually.
the team score sheet3
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

the team score sheet4
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

the team score sheet5
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

the team score sheet6
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

the team score sheet7
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

the team score sheet8
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

the team score sheet9
The Team Score Sheet

Good TeamGreat TeamSuper Team

70-79 points 80-89 points 90 points and above

debriefing the geometric sailboat activity
Debriefing the Geometric Sailboat Activity
  • During Active Instruction, how were you kept engaged?
  • What was the teacher doing during Teamwork?
  • What were you and your team doing during Teamwork?
  • What did you learn from this simulated experience?
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Part III

How will PowerTeaching: Mathematics affect you and your students?

cognitive complexity and powerteaching mathematics
Cognitive Complexity and PowerTeaching: Mathematics

Low Complexity

PowerTeaching: Mathematics Warm-Up:

  • Focuses on previously learned concepts/principles
  • Supported by team cooperation goals
  • Allows for differentiated responses
cognitive complexity and powerteaching mathematics1
Cognitive Complexity and PowerTeaching: Mathematics

Medium Complexity

Active Instruction and Teamwork (Huddle):

  • Built around state standards
  • Seeks and builds on the foundation of prior knowledge
  • Employs reasoning and problem-solving strategies
  • Encourages justification of steps used to solve problems
  • Challenges ones own methods
cognitive complexity and powerteaching mathematics2
Cognitive Complexity and PowerTeaching: Mathematics

High Complexity

Teamwork (Mastery) and Assessment:

  • Centers around individual explanations of the concepts being presented
  • Allows for the independent practice and demonstration of state standards objectives/Big Ideas
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Part IV

PowerTeaching: Mathematics Resources and Continuous Support

professional development
Professional Development

Five Workshops

  • Initial Workshop: Building a Foundation for PowerTeaching: Mathematics
  • Workshop 2: Refining Teamwork
  • Workshop 3: Refining Active Instruction
  • Workshop 4: Refining Assessment and Celebration
  • Workshop 5: Meeting the Needs of All Students
teacher resources
Teacher Resources

A PowerTeaching: Mathematics Toolkit contains:

  • A Cooperative Learning Handbook
  • Participant training booklets
  • Blackline masters
  • DVD with companion guides
  • Apron
year 1 coaching1
Year 1 | Coaching
  • School-based workshop summaries
    • Teacher Expectations
    • Attendance
    • Evidence of Implementation
  • Onsite coaching visits
  • School implementation visits
  • Administrative coaching
ensuring success
Ensuring Success
  • School-based professional learning communities
  • Peer coaching
  • PowerTeaching: Mathematics lesson studies
  • Clear expectations
    • Beginning-of-the-Year Checklist
    • PowerTeaching growth matrix
  • Data review and goal-focused planning
  • Teacher-developed action plans
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Part V

Questions and Answers