Common Core Mathematics in PLC at Work, High School

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The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for mathematics improve on current state standards and provide a consistent framework for teaching and learning practices. They define the knowledge and skills necessary to develop mathematical proficiency and succeed at all levels of education. Common Core Mathematics in a PLC at Work™, High School guides high school teachers in breaking away from past practices and collaboratively embracing five essential paradigms (collaboration, instruction, content, assessment, and ...

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Overview

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for mathematics improve on current state standards and provide a consistent framework for teaching and learning practices. They define the knowledge and skills necessary to develop mathematical proficiency and succeed at all levels of education. Common Core Mathematics in a PLC at Work™, High School guides high school teachers in breaking away from past practices and collaboratively embracing five essential paradigms (collaboration, instruction, content, assessment, and intervention) to successfully implement the CCSS for mathematics.

This comprehensive resource for high school teachers offers:

Straightforward descriptions of the five essential paradigms

Practical guidance for forming and sustaining collaborative teams in a PLC culture

Dozens of tools, resources, activities, examples, and reproducibles to help teams analyze and interpret the standards

Through appendices including the Standards for Mathematical Practice and Standards for Mathematical Content

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936765508
  • Publisher: Solution Tree
  • Publication date: 7/1/2012
  • Edition description: Education
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 462,427
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

About the Series Editor ix

About the Authors xi

Foreword xiii

Introduction 1

Chapter 1 Using High-Performing Collaborative Teams for Mathematics 5

The Professional Development Paradigm Shift 6

Teacher Collaboration Versus Cooperation or Coordination 10

Collaborative Practices 13

High-Leverage Professional Development 19

Collaborative Protocols 21

Looking Ahead 23

Chapter 1 Extending My Understanding 24

Chapter 2 Implementing the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice 27

The Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice 28

Overarching Habits of Mind 30

Reasoning and Explaining 34

Modeling and Using Tools 38

Seeing Structure and Generalizing 43

Lesson-Design Elements That Reflect the Common Core Mathematical Practices 46

The Mathematical Practices Lesson-Design Tool 57

Student Motivation: A Benefit of the Mathematical Practices 59

Looking Ahead 60

Chapter 2 Extending My Understanding 60

Chapter 3 Implementing the Common Core Mathematics Content in Your Curriculum 63

The Mathematics Standards for High School Content 65

The Mathematics Standards for High School Content Analysis 71

The Mathematics Standards for High School Content Implementation 79

Looking Ahead 91

Chapter 3 Extending My Understanding 92

Chapter 4 Implementing the Teaching-Assessing-Learning Cycle 95

A Paradigm Shift in High School Mathematics Assessment Practices 95

The PLC Teaching-Assessing-Learning Cycle 98

Summative Moments in the Formative Feedback Paradigm 117

Effective Summative Grading Practices 121

Technology as an Assessment Tool 123

Your Focus on Large-Scale Assessment Data 124

Chapter 4 Extending My Understanding 125

Chapter 5 Implementing Required Response to Intervention 129

Vision of Equity 130

Sources That Inform Equity in Mathematics 130

Student Learning Needs for Success 133

The PLC Required Response to Learning 137

A Major Paradigm Shift in High School Mathematics Intervention Practices 142

Required Interventions at Work: A Model 144

Your International R2TI for Learning 147

Looking Ahead 150

Chapter 5 Extending My Understanding 151

Epilogue: Your Mathematics Professional Development Model 153

Appendix A Changes in Mathematics Standards, 1989-2012 155

Appendix B Standards for Mathematics Practice 161

Connecting the Standards for Mathematical Practice to the Standards for Mathematical Content 164

Appendix C Standards for Mathematical Content, High School 165

Mathematics | High School-Number and Quantity 165

Mathematics | High School-Algebra 169

Mathematics | High School-Functions 174

Mathematics | High School-Modeling 179

Mathematics | High School-Geometry 181

Mathematics | High School-Statistics and Probability 187

References and Resources 193

Index 201

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