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Mathematical Practice. Core Mathematics Partnership. Building Mathematical Knowledge and. High-Leverage Instruction for Student Success. Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Where are the . Standards for Mathematical Practice . ID: 591465

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Standards for Mathematical Practice

Core Mathematics PartnershipBuilding Mathematical Knowledge andHigh-Leverage Instruction for Student SuccessTuesday, July 22, 2014

Slide2Where are the

Standards for Mathematical Practice

in the CCSSM document?

Slide3Standards for Mathematical Practice

1. Make

sense of problems andpersevere in solving them.6. Attend to precision.

2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

4. Model with mathematics.5. Use appropriate tools strategically.

7. Look for and make use of structure.8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

Reasoning and Explaining

Modeling and Using Tools

Seeing Structure and Generalizing

William McCallum, The University of Arizona

Overarching Habits of Mind

Slide4Content vs. Practices

Think Math! article: Read the section on “Connecting Mathematical Practice with Content.” Highlight 3 items that catch your attention.Round Robin SharingOne person begins by sharing an idea from the reading.Moving to the right, each remaining group member contributes his or her thinking on that same idea. Ideas are offered with no cross talk.After everyone shares, repeat steps 1 and 2 for another idea begun by a new group member. Continue this round robin sharing three times.

CCLM

Slide5Jigsaw Reading Math Practices 1 – 8

Each table will be assigned one Standard for Mathematical Practice (MP) to read and study.MP1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. MP2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. MP3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.MP4. Model with mathematics.MP5. Use appropriate tools strategically. MP6. Attend to precisionMP7. Look for and make use of structure.MP8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.

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5

CCLM

Slide6PRR: Standards for Mathematical Practice

Read your assigned Mathematical Practice. Highlight 3-5 key ideas that strike you as critical to understanding this Mathematical Practice.After you have read the practice, jot down:Student behaviors that show engagement with this practice.Teacher actions that will foster the identified student behaviors.

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Slide7Student Behaviors and Teacher Actions

Share your ideas and come to consensus about key ideas that are critical to understanding the standard. Identify 3 student behaviors and 3 related teacher actions as each practice is developed in the math classroom. Create a two-column chart.

MP4Model with mathematicsStudent Behaviors Teacher Actions

NOTE a sentence or 2 that you honed in on to share

with the group.

Slide8Sharing Summaries of Math Practices

As you share out make sure to highlight…The definition of the standard (include examples of key ideas).Student behaviors connected to the standard.Related teacher actions that would develop this expertise in students.

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Slide9Revisit Clinking Glasses

Clinking GlassesAt a party, someone proposes a toast. Each of the 20 people in the room wants to “clink” glasses with everyone else. How many “clinks” will there be ? (There is exactly one “clink” for each pair of people.)

Slide10Multiple Representations: Ramping Up the Rigor

In what ways do recording thinking in multiple ways help students continue to grow in their understanding of mathematics?

NCTM (2014) Principles to Action: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All

Slide11Keep in mind…

The Mathematical Practice Standards:

e

nsure students learn mathematics with deep conceptual understanding.

a

re interdependent and do not develop in isolation.

a

re not skill-based content that students learn through direct teaching.

d

evelop over time and emerge through experiences and opportunities provided

in the math classroom.

Slide12Reflection Summary

Summarize some key points and classroom ideas related to the topics or focus standards in this session.

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Focus

Topics or Standards

Summary of Key Points

Classroom

Ideas to Try

Standards for Mathematical Practice

“Understanding”

Slide13DisclaimerCore Mathematics Partnership ProjectUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013-2016 This material was developed for the Core Mathematics Partnership project through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Center for Mathematics and Science Education Research (CMSER). This material may be used by schools to support learning of teachers and staff provided appropriate attribution and acknowledgement of its source. Other use of this work without prior written permission is prohibited—including reproduction, modification, distribution, or re-publication and use by non-profit organizations and commercial vendors.This project was supported through a grant from the Wisconsin ESEA Title II, Part B, Mathematics and Science Partnerships.

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