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PRIME+. Welcome to PRIME+. Day 1 October 16, 2013. PRIME+. Welcome to DAY 1!. Facilitators: Chelsea Ridge & Karen Meyers Gvsu.edu/s/ pj mimathandscience.org. Introductions. With someone at your table, play 2 truths and a lie

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### Welcome to PRIME+

Day 1

October 16, 2013

Welcome to DAY 1!

Facilitators:

Chelsea Ridge & Karen Meyers

Gvsu.edu/s/pj

mimathandscience.org

• With someone at your table, play 2 truths and a lie

• Each person says 3 statements, 2 are true and one is a lie. Your partner has to guess which statement is the lie.

• With extra time, play with other people at your table.

• SCECHs

• Amy is our SCECH representative: scech@resa.net

• Sub Reimbursement

• Group Reflection and Payment

• Photo Release

• Evaluation

• Overview

• Welcome to year 5!

DAY 1: Welcome!

MAKING CONNECTIONS

PRIME+

For 7 minutes, independently work through the situation. If you finish early, try to find additional methods for solving.

As a table, discuss and agree upon a solution. Use the poster paper provided to show your work and solution.

Questions that need to be answered:

When is Company A least expensive?

Why? Give examples that reinforce your solution.

3. When would it make sense to use Company B? Why?

ACTIVITY DEBRIEF

• Complete Posters

• Tally your content area of choice

• Complete Gallery Walk

Anticipating

Student

Responses

• For 15 minutes, independently

• Work through the activity

• Begin Anticipating Student Responses.

• Debrief each person’s work

• Discuss possible student misconceptions, and

• Prepare a summary.

ACTIVITY DEBRIEF

• After the break, we will form Content/Grade Level Groups (3 – 5 participants per group). You MUST have more than one district at each table.

• Your content group will select an activity to facilitate before we return for the next session

• Super STAT-urdaywww.gvsu.edu/s/rd Registration Closes Oct. 18th

• EdCamp GV – Student Teachers and Beginning Teachers November 23

• Math-Team-Matics

• The AFTERNOON FOCUS is:

• Deciding on a CCSS Content Topic you expect to teach before the next session.

• Selecting a Rich Mathematical Task.

• Incorporating Anticipating Student Responses in your lesson and discuss how you will Monitorstudents as they work.

• Teach the lesson to your students, reflecting on the results from Anticipating Student Responses and Monitoring.

• Be prepared to share/reflect with your group. Specific examples/samples would be helpful.

• Come prepared to share and reflect!

• Question #1 should say 2012-2013 School Year

• On the last page, please indicate which years you attended A4A or PRIME. (This is year 5)