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Mathematics Leadership Network. September 17, 2012 METS Center. Mathematics Team Facilitators:. Diane Culbertson, NKCES Sara Eisenhardt, NKU Robin Hill, KDE Kris Jarboe , KCM Jill Parker, KCM Jenny Ray, KDE/NKCES Special Guest: Marty Park, KDE.

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Mathematics leadership network

Mathematics Leadership Network

September 17, 2012

METS Center


Mathematics team facilitators
Mathematics Team Facilitators:

  • Diane Culbertson, NKCES

  • Sara Eisenhardt, NKU

  • Robin Hill, KDE

  • Kris Jarboe, KCM

  • Jill Parker, KCM

  • Jenny Ray, KDE/NKCES

  • Special Guest: Marty Park, KDE


The goal of the kentucky leadership networks
The Goal of the Kentucky Leadership Networks

“Ensure that every participant has a clear understanding of how to implement/support the implementation of the KCAS within the context of highly effective teaching, learning, and assessment practices so that all Kentucky students have the knowledge, skills, and abilities they will need to be successful and prepared for college and/or career.”


Targets for september
Targets for September

  • I can make connections with our work in MLN and the Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System

  • I can find evidence of engineering effective discussions and questioning using language from CHETL and TPGES 3b.

  • I can use resources to deepen my own understanding of content standards through the lens of the practice standards and can lead others to develop their understanding in this way.

  • I can use Formative Assessment Lessons as a vehicle for effective teaching and learning and can lead other teachers to use FALs effectively.

  • I can reflect on my district leadership team and learn from others.


Please use this back channel to comment on our work all day
Please use this back channel to comment on our work all day

  • http://todaysmeet.com/mathnetwork

  • Either enter the URL or use your code reader on your mobile device:


Connect to our working site
Connect to our working site

  • Connect to www.jennyray.net and choose the ‘Networks’ tab, then the MCLN tab.

  • Or…use the QR Code, below:



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


Mathematics leadership network

DRAFT

Domain 1: Planning & Preparation

Domain 2: Classroom Environment

Domain 3: Instruction

Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities

Domain 5: Student Growth


Digging into the tpges
Digging into the TPGES

  • Take 5 minutes to read through pages 1 and 2 in the Framework.

  • Numbered Heads: Count off 1-4 at your table, then read the domain that corresponds to your number.

    • Highlight words, phrases, intent that all with the Wordles

    • Have discussion with your table group about each domain so that everyone has a general idea about each domain.


Vignettes
Vignettes

  • Read your given vignette, determine a domain evidenced and capture language from the Framework that matches

  • Based on the domain you selected for your vignette, move the corner for discussion of that domain and each of the vignettes

  • Return to your table and debrief conversations

  • Be sure to use Today’s Meet to comment.


Mathematics leadership network

The TPGES is just another thread that runs through the fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS


Let s consider one component of the tpges framework
Let’s Consider One Component of the TPGES Framework: fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • Take a few minutes to read through Domain 3, Section b, individually at your table.


Talking chips strategy
Talking Chips Strategy fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • Respond to the following:

  • “After reading component 3b, in what ways does a highly effective teacher engineer effective discussions, questions, and learning tasks that elicit evidence of learning?”

  • IMPORTANT: Each participant has 2 chips; take turns speaking in response to the prompt, but only after everyone uses a chip can participants share again.

  • Have ONE recorder for each table.


Chunking information
CHUNKING information fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • From the recorder’s notes, CHUNK your table’s BIG IDEAS into categories or sub-topics and illustrate on chart paper.


One stay others stray
One Stay—Others Stray fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • One person from each group will stay to answer/clarify for others while the rest of the team strays around the room to “steal” ideas from others.

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------

  • Whole group shares CHUNKS/BIG IDEAS from around the room


Video
Video fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/sorting-classifying-equations-overview?resume=0

  • Look for evidence of effective questions, discussions, and tasks


Video1
Video fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • http://www.mathsolutions.com/MathTalk/videos/CRD_Gr6.html

  • Look for evidence of effective questions, discussions, and tasks


Effective questioning discussion
Effective Questioning + Discussion fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • Leads students to . . .

  • Deeper understanding of content

  • Rethinking hypotheses and viewpoints

  • Making connections

  • Effective questioning also . . .

  • Sets the stage for engaging discussions


Connections to chetl
Connections to CHETL… fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • Where is the language in the CHETL document that relates to the language in the TPGES Framework? Site Examples at your table.


Leadership component
Leadership Component fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • Before we meet in November, you will be expected to peer observe—looking specifically for evidence of the characteristics of effective questioning and engineering effective discussions.

  • OR, if you choose, you may video yourself teaching and use the same document to find evidence of the characteristics in your own teaching. Share the analysis with a peer.


Working lunch

Welcome fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

our Guest Speaker,

Marty Park

“Using Technology to Enhance Effective Teaching and Learning”

Working LUNCH

11:00-12:30

Be prepared to be actively engaged with your electronic device(s) beginning at 11:30!


Break out groups
Break out Groups fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • K-5

  • 6-8

  • 9-12

    (See next slide)


District time partnership agreements
District Time fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTSPartnership Agreements

  • Please be back in this room at 3:00 to work as a district team and to share ideas with other districts.

  • We will dismiss at 3:30, after final announcements


What are partnership agreements
What are fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTSpartnership agreements?

  • Mutual agreement between the coach (content specialist) and his/her client(s) that defines their working relationship

  • Include parameters, scope, expectations, responsibilities, roles, etc.

  • Can be renegotiatedat any time when requested

  • May be written and signed


Why are they important
Why are they important? fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • Clarify roles and expectations

  • Avoid confusion or surprises

  • Establish parameters for safety and trust

  • Builds respect

  • Others:


Clients
Clients fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • District Administrators

  • Principals

  • Individual teachers

    • In-classroom work

    • Out-of-classroom work

  • Teams of teachers

  • Resource staff

  • Others?


What will the partnership agreements address
What will the Partnership Agreements address? fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

DISTRICT ADMIN & PRINCIPALS

  • Roles and responsibilities

  • Clients--which teachers/grades/teams

  • Boundaries of work

  • Support and resources needed for success

  • Timelines

  • Ways to assess effectiveness

  • Guidelines

  • Expectations

  • Confidentiality

  • Communication

  • Procedures


What will the partnership agreements address1
What will the Partnership Agreements Address? fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

TEACHERS

  • Time

  • Place

  • Location

  • Services requested

  • Resources

  • Responsibilities

  • Expectations

  • Data

  • Confidentiality

  • Follow-up


How are partnership agreements formed
How are partnership agreements formed? fabric of our work around improving the INSTRUCTIONAL CORE—the interactions of teachers and students around content. We are weaving the threads (standards, leadership, CHETL, assessment literacy, Formative Assessment Lessons, and PGES) together to have a strong fabric or net that SUPPORTS STUDENTS

  • In conversations guided by questionsto ask clients

  • By presenting a list of topics to clarify and discussing each

  • By offering suggested agreements and checking clients’ understanding of and agreement with each


What follow up is necessary after forming partnership agreement
What follow-up is necessary after forming partnership agreement?

  • Revisit agreements periodically

  • Ask for feedbackon the agreements

    • Using data, determine the effectiveness of the agreement.

  • Revise agreements based on needs assessments.


Partnership agreements discussion 10 minutes
Partnership agreement?Agreements Discussion10 minutes

  • Identify a situation in which you wish you had formed a partnership agreement and did not?

  • What were the effects?

  • What agreementwould you request nowas a result?


Some teaching learning strategies we modeled today
Some teaching/learning strategies we modeled today: agreement?

  • Using a back channel to keep ‘connected’

  • Using Google Docs/Forms to collect information in a timely manner

  • Think/Pair/Share

  • Numbered Heads

  • 4-Corners/Standing Meetings

  • Talking Chips

  • Chunking ideas

  • One stay—Others stray

  • Others…


Mathematics leadership network

How Can I Support You? agreement?

Jenny Ray

KDE Regional Mathematics Content Specialist

Kentucky Department of Education

Office of Next Generation Learners

Jenny.Ray@education.ky.gov

Northern Kentucky Cooperative for Educational Services

606-782-0400

Thanks for your participation today.

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