April Breakout Session - Next Generation Assessments

Math Facilitator Meeting April Next Generation Assessments 2.pptx
PPT about DPI Grade 5 unit on Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

‍‍‍‍April Reading Meeting

Math Facilitator Reading Group April 2012.pptx

February 2012 Meeting Resources

Please find the original powerpoint from our Math Facilitator session Friday here: Feb math Waiver Day.pptx
Science session materials are now posted and can be found here: http://elementaryscience.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/February+21st+Elementary+Science+Lesson+Plan

The following is a revised version of the ppt above . It provides more time for work with the standards, additional notes for facilitators, as well as specific K-2/3-5 directions. February Math Waiver Day Revised.pptx

Suzie Rose from Huntingtowne Farms created a Smart Board file to use Monday for teachers to rank the importance of the Common Core Standards. I cloned it on to another page so you can then split screen and compare after looking at the Focus Shift. CCSSM_Importance Chart.notebook

You will want to print pages 4 and 7. Page 5- just for the facilitator http://www.achievethecore.org/downloads/Thinking%20About%20Place%20Value%20in%20Grade%20Two.pdf
Pages 4-7 of the Math Shifts Document contain information for the part where teachers look at what is the focus at their grade level. (You could just make a copy or two for each grade level, they don’t need the whole packet). http://www.achievethecore.org/downloads/Math%20Shifts%20and%20Major%20Work%20of%20Grade.pdf

Here is the 4th grade item: Common Core example 4th grade item.docx

Here is the solution to the perimeter problem:


January 2012 Meeting Resources:

K-2 Fractions in the Common Core: MF January 2012 K.2 Fractions.pptx

October Meeting Resources:

October Math Facilitator Task vs. Story Problem.pptx
Math Facilitators October 2011 Common Core Place Value.pptx

September Meeting Resources:

Math Faciltator September 2011 CCSS Making Ten1.pptx

Unitizing a Ten.docx
Great "TEN" website activity for K-1 students-

Cognitively Guided Instruction-
CGI, nationwide, has been minimized to problem structures and problem types because that is the focus in the Common Core. As some of you know, the CGI program is much more- and really gives a clear progression on how we teach problem solving, and how to support students of all abilities in solving problems.
Some great CGI resources-
1) The original CGI book w/ videos of students solving problems

2) CGI w/ fractions and decimals- amazing new resource