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FILLING IN THE GAP TO PATCH

MATHEMATICAL HOLES

Campus Instructional Coach Conference

Conrad High School

August 2013

NORMS

TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF.

MONITOR YOUR TECHNOLOGY FOR LEARNING.

PARTICIPATE ACTIVELY!

PARK OFF TOPIC QUESTIONS.

WHAT IS LEARNED HERE, LEAVES HERE.

IT IS OKAY TO HAVE FUN !

SESSION OBJECTIVES

PARTICIPANTS WILL COMPARE CURRENT AND NEW MATH

STANDARDS.

PARTICIPANTS WILL EXAMINE THE LEARNING

PROGRESSIONS WITHIN THE CURRICULUM.

PARTICIPANTS WILL IDENTIFY CONCEPTUAL GAPS AND

HOW THEY ARE ADDRESSED IN CURRICULUM.

REMEMBER THE TIME…

THEN

NOW

REMEMBER THE TIME…

THEN NOW

REMEMBER THE TIME…

THEN NOW

REMEMBER THE TIME…

THEN NOW

BACK ON MEMORY LANE

THINK BACK TO THE TIME WHEN YOU FIRST BEGAN TO

TEACH . SHARE A (MATH) TEACHING MEMORY YOU

HAVE WITH YOUR ELBOW PARTNER.

HOW DID YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE

CURRICULUM OR CONTENT AFFECT YOUR LESSON?

ON ROUTE 2020

THEN NOW

MATHEMATICS TEKS

ADOPTED 2006

MATHEMATICS TEKS

ADOPTED 2012

How do we get to our destination?

NAVIGATION TOOLS:

STATE RESOURCES:

SIDE BY SIDE DOCUMENTS

VERTICAL ALIGNMENT DOCUMENTS

ADOPTED 2012 TEKS – CHAPTER 111

REVISED CURRICULUM FOCAL POINTS

ROAD MAP: SIDE BY SIDE

ROAD MAP: ROUTE PLAN

DISCUSS WITH YOUR TRIO:

WHAT SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES DID YOU

NOTICE?

BE PREPARED TO SHARE A FINDING.

PRIMARY FOCAL AREAS

The primary focal areas in Kindergarten are understanding counting and cardinality, understanding addition as joining and subtraction as separating, and comparing objects by measurement attributes.

The primary focal areas in Grade 1 are understanding and applying place value, solving problems involving addition and subtraction, and composing and decomposing two-dimensional shapes and three dimensional solids.

The primary focal areas in Grade 2 are making comparisons within the base-10 place value system, solving problems with addition and subtraction within 1,000, and building foundations for multiplication.

The primary focal areas in Grade 3 are place value, operations of whole numbers, and understanding fractional units.

The primary focal areas in Grade 4 are use of operations, fractions, and decimals; and describing and analyzing geometry and measurement.

The primary focal areas in Grade 5 are solving problems involving all four operations with positive rational numbers; determining and generating formulas and solutions to expressions; and extending measurement to area and volume.

The primary focal areas in Grade 6 are number and operations; proportionality; expressions, equations, and relationships; and measurement and data.

The primary focal areas in Grade 7 are number and operations; proportionality; expressions, equations, and relationships; and measurement and data.

The primary focal areas in Grade 8 are proportionality; expressions, equations, relationships, and foundations of functions; and measurement and data.

How do these focal areas benefit the student over time?

What commonalities do you see?

FOR MATHEMATICS, K-8…

2011-2012

2012-2013

TEKS Revised, Approved, and Posted

Planning, Planning, Planning to avoid gaps

Summer 2013 TEKS Professional Development (Introduction to the

Revised Math TEKS (K-2, 3-5, 6-8)

2013-2014

2014-2015

Select Materials, Include appropriate adopted TEKS in curriculum and instruction

Implement Adopted TEKS

Why should we be concerned with the new standards now?

DETOUR

HOW DOES THE CURRICULUM AFFECT THIS

CLASSROOM?

FOLLOW THE CONTENT:

Grade 2

2012-2013

Grade 3

2013-2014

Yes or No?

Yes or No?

IMPLICATION FOR 2013-2014 INSTRUCTION?

ELAPSED TIME

Grade 4

2014-2015

Yes or No?

FOLLOW THE CONTENT:

Grade 4

2012-2013

Grade 5

2013-2014

Yes or No?

Yes or No?

IMPLICATION FOR 2013-2014 INSTRUCTION?

MEASURE ANGLES

Grade 6

2014-2015

Yes or No?

Along the road we encounter…

GAPS!

IN THE HOLE ?

TURN TO PAGE 15 IN THE 4 TH GRADE SIDE BY SIDE AND

LOOK AT 4.10A

READ THE PINK HIGHLIGHTED SECTION

Which grade level has the gap?

ROLE PLAY A PLC

FORM A TRIO.

LOOK AT 5.2A, PAGE 4.

WHERE IS THE HOLE?

WHO WILL ADDRESS THIS STANDARD?

WHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS?

EMERGENCY ROAD KIT

DISD RESOURCES:

YAG

CURRICULUM MAPS

Patching Up the Hole

MOVING FORWARD

HOW DO YOU PLAN ON

USING YOUR LEARNING?

Academic Facilitators:

Carol Crowling, Division 2

Brandy Nealy, Division 2

Lori Thomas, Division 5

LaKimberly Wilson, Division 5

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