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math teacher leadership network

Math Teacher Leadership Network

March 26, 2013

Kentucky Department of Education Leadership Networks

fabulous door prizes
Fabulous Door Prizes!
  • Name
  • School
  • District
  • What’s you favorite

spring time activity?

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math facilitation team
Math Facilitation Team

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kid president ncaa b racket
Kid President NCAA Bracket

http://youtu.be/Rvnevh7FZP4

technology
Technology
  • Poll Everywhere
  • Backchannel TodaysMeet www.todaysmeet.com/lovemath
  • QR (quick response) codes: Learning Forward and Meeting Materials download Qrafter for iphone/ipad
  • Twitter #KyMTLN

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www twitter com
www.twitter.com

TWEET What you learn – TWEET Something to Share

Tweet today's meeting & stay connected: #KyMTLNOthers of interest: #ccss#mathchat

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housekeeping
Housekeeping
  • Use technology to enhance our day
  • Rule of 2 Feet/refreshments
  • Parking Lot
  • www.reneeyates2math.com
  • Back Channel
    • http://todaysmeet.com/lovemath

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norms
Norms…
  • Be an ACTIVE leader– before, during & after meetings
  • Keep the success of ALL students the focus and purpose of all we do.

If you must leave early, please sign-out and indicate the time.

Also, please fill out the EVALUATIONform and leave it on the sign-in/out table before you go!

We always need your feedback.

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leadership network vision
Leadership Network Vision

Every school district in the Commonwealth of Kentucky has a knowledgeable and cohesive leadership teamthat guides the professional learning and practice of alladministrators, teachers, and staff so that every student experiences highly effective teaching,

learning and assessment practices in every classroom, every day.

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leadership network goal
Leadership Network Goal

All participants will understand how to translate Kentucky’s Core Academic Standards into clear learning targets in order todesignhigh quality formative and summative assessmentsand to plan/select rigorous and congruent learning experiences.

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four pillars of our work
Four Pillars of Our Work
  • Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching and Learning (CHETL)
  • Assessment Literacy
  • Kentucky’s Core Academic Standards (KCAS)
  • Leadership

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year 1 comments what was the most valuable part of the day for you
Year 1 CommentsWhat was the most valuable part of the day for you?

Having people in my district to work with in this network.

The standards, the materials, the CASL book

Interacting with other leadership teams; Learning about the structure of the roll out.

Reviewing the Practice Standards

NETWORKING!

year 1 comments what was the most valuable part of the day for you1
Year 1 CommentsWhat was the most valuable part of the day for you?

Getting a deeper understanding of the Math Standards. I’ve never considered myself to be a MATH content leader!

The CASL resources—I can’t wait to read the book!

Getting the Framework guide for the year.

The general overview

Having a community to learn together.

Finding out about the math practices!

year 1 comments what was the most valuable part of the day for you2
Year 1 CommentsWhat was the most valuable part of the day for you?

Knowing that I will be a part of unpacking these standards.

Quantiles

Useful websites

What we are doing and why.

Revising our deconstructed standards in grade level groups

Lunch. It was great!

year 1 comments what was the most valuable part of the day for you3
Year 1 CommentsWhat was the most valuable part of the day for you?
  • Looking at Appendix A
  • Modeling, websites, finding out what other schools are doing
  • 7 strategies” graphic organizer.
  • Many ideas for implementing targets; student self-assessment
  • Thanks for releasing for the tornado!!
year 1 comments what suggestions concerns questions do you have
Year 1 CommentsWhat suggestions/concerns/questions do you have?
  • Please number the pages on the powerpoint slides.
  • More time discussing standards and less of the ‘fluffy stuff’.
  • Model the strategies you would hope would be used in a classroom.
  • Move at faster pace!
  • Move at slower pace!
  • Nothing…just a lot of info!
  • Less information/more depth…
year 1 comments what suggestions concerns questions do you have1
Year 1 CommentsWhat suggestions/concerns/questions do you have?
  • More progressions of standards.
  • We need resources to find rich tasks.
  • More information about the End of Course Assessment!
  • How do we promote buy-in to standards and not programs being pushed at the district level.
  • None. Looking forward to next meeting! Thank you!
year 2 comments what was the most valuable part of the day for you
Year 2 CommentsWhat was the most valuable part of the day for you?
  • Discussion of Formative Assessment Lessons
  • Rich, engaging tasks—thank you!
  • Break out time in grade level groups.
  • Learning effective questioning techniques.
  • Good Questions Book!
  • Sharing and discussing the Van de Walle book.
  • Love the break out groups/need more time in breakouts!
year 2 comments what was the most valuable part of the day for you1
Year 2 CommentsWhat was the most valuable part of the day for you?
  • Looking at examples of student work and figuring out questions to ask to move the student forward.
  • Task Analysis activity
  • Loved the break out activities.
  • Standards Based Grading and Reporting info
  • Task Sort and Vignettes activity
  • Love the Formative Assessment Lessons
year 2 comments what was the most valuable part of the day for you2
Year 2 CommentsWhat was the most valuable part of the day for you?
  • I love the 75 Formative Assessments Book.
  • Analyzing formative assessment lessons
  • I enjoyed the activity with the cards in creating a FAL-like experience using the standards and other resources.
  • Sharing activities during breakout time.
year 2 comments what suggestions concerns questions do you have
Year 2 CommentsWhat suggestions/concerns/questions do you have?
  • I don’t know how to share this info with teachers in my building. We don’t have time together.
  • We need info about teaching congruence and similarity through transformations.
  • Need a space to share lesson plans, assessments, activities and resources
  • We need more websites to get resources.
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Year 3Evidences of learning new ideas, strategies and resources that will support me in leading others.
  • Doing the FAL with my students
  • Using the Danielson Framework and CHETL
  • Between conversing with other teachers and going over the framework, I have acquired some new ideas and strategies for myself in the classroom and to share with others.
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Year 3Evidences of learning new ideas, strategies and resources that will support me in leading others.
  • How to continue to working on the types of questions to be asking in class.
  • I have learned to look for evidence of student learning.
  • Hunger Games FAL like task was GREAT!
  • Definitely have a strategy now and plan in place for the refinement of aligning assessments to standards. Also, great dialog on FAL analysis/implementation.
  • Analyzing student work from the FAL with my colleagues.
year 3 comments
Year 3 Comments
  • Anticipating student misconceptions and really focusing on engineering classroom discussions are strategies I will use to improve planning and instruction.
  • The formative assessment lessons are great and having that many activities and tasks ready for use is wonderful. Getting my teachers to implement these will require a little work because they do take time, but I think they will be very helpful in getting students to grow.
  • The transformations activities from the website.
  • Learning more about CIITS in breakout.
year 3 comments1
Year 3 Comments
  • Listening to other teachers describe the results of their Formative Assessment Lessons was helpful.
  • I enjoyed seeing the growth from pre to post assessment on FAL.
  • In working through my own FALs and discussing with my peers I can change what I did wrong for next time.
  • It is okay to fail but you must have perseverance. Compliance is not engagement.
  • Growth Mind Set information was really interesting.
year 3 comments2
Year 3 Comments
  • Every time we meet and discuss with colleagues I gain a better understanding of the standards. Being able to learn new ways to implement these standards is very valuable.
  • The videos that were shared were inspirational and serve as a reminder of what we, as teachers, must be willing to do if we truly have the best interest of our students at heart! 
  • The discussion and videos shared today.
year 3 comments3
Year 3 Comments
  • Every time we look at new resources and have discussion, I feel that I become a better teacher. Just have to maintain the focus between meetings and not slip into old ways!
  • We extended Standards based grading practices--and even just toxic grading practices that we find ourselves doing and what we can do to improve on that. Grading needs to have more of a meaning.
year 3 comments4
Year 3 Comments
  • I now have a new understanding of the importance of "failure". As educators and instructional leaders it is vital that we share with our teachers and students "how" learning takes place in each of our lives. Many times we learn through trying and failing and trying again. I loved the quote...."If you are not failing you are not trying hard enough."
year 3 comments5
Year 3 Comments
  • I think my favorite part was the three part Derek Sivers video, Why You Need to Fail. Watching the video in three parts and incorporating the TPGES 2b and 3c was extremely helpful.
day at a glance
Day at a Glance

Agenda Packet Cover

  • District Presentations
  • Pics and Words Reflections
  • District Implementation Rubrics
  • Lunch - KDE Update
  • Continue TPGES Familiarity
    • Student Voice
    • Framework 4D: Participate in a Professional Community
    • Framework 4A: Reflect on Teaching

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continue
Continue…
  • Grade Band Breakout Sessions (K-2) (3-5) (6-8) (9-12) WRAP UP
  • Whole Group Wrap UP

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today s targets
Today’s Targets
  • I can reflect and share my experiences with the Mathematics Teacher Leadership Network.
  • I can make connections between the four pillars of the teacher leader networks and the Teacher Professional Growth & Effectiveness Framework.

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targets continue
Targets Continue…
  • I can summarize the rationale for administering a student perception survey.
  • I can explain how student perception survey data can be used to broaden my understanding of my effectiveness as a teacher to improve teaching and learning.
  • I can connect professional learning teams with teacher effectiveness framework.

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district reflections
District Reflections

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pics and words reflection
Pics and Words Reflection
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVgr7OQhy8Q&noredirect=1

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pics and words
Pics and Words
  • Groups of 2-3 will get a word or phrase from one of the four pillars and work collaboratively to come up with 4 images that match the word. Every image has something in common with the word.
  • Charts will be displayed around the room and the audience will guess a word that matches the set of pictures.

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lunch time
Lunch Time

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math rubric by districts
Math Rubric by Districts

Complete the rubric for your district before you leave.

Mark the level that best represents your district for each row.

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teacher professional growth and effectiveness system

Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System

TPGES

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proposed multiple measures
Proposed Multiple Measures

Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System

Observation

Student Voice

PeerObservation

Reflective Practice

ProfessionalGrowth

All measures are

supported through

evidence.

Student Growth

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pilot district
Pilot District
  • Garrard County
        • Lori Duggins

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student voice talking pens
Student Voice: Talking Pens

What can we learn from listening to student perceptions of classrooms?

  • Any person begins the discussion by putting a pen in the middle of the table.
  • Any person with a pen continues discussion using his pen.
  • When all pens are used, teammates each collect their pens and continue the discussion using their talking pens.

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a view from the seats 10 words
A View from the Seats: 10 Words
  • Count off at your table 1-5. Read the section of the article that corresponds to your number. Write down 10 words that summarizes the main idea of your section.
  • Share summaries.
  • Come up with a table 10 word summary of article. Write on chart paper and post.

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Packet pg 1-5

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they are the experts
“They Are the Experts”

Packet pg 7-8

  • Q & A with Sarah Brown Wessling, National Teacher of the Year Talks about Student Surveys

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ky student voice the seven c s
KY Student Voice - The Seven C’s

Packet pg 9

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the seven c s
The Seven C’s

Which of the Seven C’s do you think is most important and why?

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samples of student questions
Samples of Student Questions

Packet pg 11-12

  • Sample student questions focused on the 7 C’s for elementary and secondary students.

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brain break
Brain Break!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QBv2CFTSWU

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making connections

Making Connections

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framework for teaching

Domain 1: Planning and Preparation

a. Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy

b. Demonstrating Knowledge of Students

c. Setting Instructional Outcomes

d. Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources

e. Designing Coherent Instruction

f. Designing Student Assessments

  • Domain 2: The Classroom Environment
  • a. Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport
  • b. Establishing a Culture for Learning
  • c. Managing Classroom Procedures
  • d. Managing Student Behavior
  • e. Organizing Physical Space
  • Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities
  • a. Reflecting on Teaching
  • b. Maintaining Accurate Records
  • c. Communicating with Families
  • d. Participating in a Professional
  • Community
  • e. Growing and Developing Professionally
  • g. Demonstrating Professionalism

Domain 3: Instruction

a. Communicating with Students

b. Using Questioning and Discussion

Techniques

c. Engaging Students in Learning

d. Using Assessment in Instruction

e. Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness

Framework for Teaching

TPGES Framework Page 3

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participating in a professional community
Participating in a Professional Community

Packet pg 19-20

Take a few moments to read through the Accomplished and Exemplary columns, first.

Then, share your thoughts with a table partner.

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http://learningforward.org/publications/implementing-common-core/professional-learning-units#.UU9I6xyG0Vfhttp://learningforward.org/publications/implementing-common-core/professional-learning-units#.UU9I6xyG0Vf

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take 2 think of a team in which you participate
“Take 2”Think of a team in which you participate…

Packet pg 13

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Packet pg 14

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Packet pg 15-16

Sentence, Phrase, Word

1. Choose a sentence that stands out to you, a phrase from another sentence, and a word from a different sentence.

2. Then, take turns sharing, sentences for all, first.

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stages of team development
Stages of Team Development

Packet pg 17

Use this handout for notes on the 4 stages of teams.

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stages of team development1
Stages of team development

Forming

  • High concern for
  • authority and rules
  • Push to conform
  • Team members display
  • “nice” behavior

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stages of team d evelopment
Stages of Team Development

Storming

  • Primary concern is
  • personal and individual
  • survival
  • Fight/flight or counter dependent behavior
  • Multiple sources of
  • tension
  • Disagreement

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stages of team development2
Stages of team development

Norming

  • Commitment to
  • agreements
  • Structures and process leading to smooth
  • operation
  • Increased collegiality
  • Increased attention to achieving goals

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stages of team development3
Stages of team development

Performing

  • Genuine opportunity to
  • learn and discover best
  • solutions
  • Shared believe that
  • difference + conflict = strength
  • Focus on goals

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connecting danielson 4d with learning forward material
Connecting Danielson 4D with Learning Forward Material

Packet pg 19-20

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http://learningforward.org/publications/implementing-common-core/professional-learning-units#.UU9I6xyG0Vfhttp://learningforward.org/publications/implementing-common-core/professional-learning-units#.UU9I6xyG0Vf

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breakout rooms
Breakout Rooms
  • K-2 rm 209
  • 3-5 stay here
  • 6-8 rm 210
  • High School rm 211

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i think you need a pep talk
I think you need a pep talk

from Kid President

http://youtu.be/l-gQLqv9f4o

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evaluation
Evaluation
  • Think about our work over the last 3 years and complete the evaluation feedback form based on that work.
  • Possible Summer Meeting June 11, 2013.

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Thank you for participating today.

Renee’ Yates

Regional Content Specialist

Kentucky Department of Education

Office of Next Generation Learners

Renee.yates2@education.ky.gov

www.reneeyates2math.com

Mobile 859.583.4350 Follow me on twitter @ryates2

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