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  1. Quality TeachingStrategies that Make Rigor, Relevance and Relationships a Reality Strand 3: Teaching Challenging HS Mathematics Content Day 3 Dallas Texas January 18-20, 2007 Hilton Dallas Lincoln Centre Bob Trammel robertwtrammel@msn.com

  2. Workshop Parameters • Silence Cell Phones Please • Restroom Breaks • Side Conversations • Listening to Others • Staying to the End of Each Day • Be an Engaged Workshop Participant • Stay True to the Workshop Objectives • Have Fun Too!!!!!!!!

  3. Workshop Objectives As a result of this workshop, each participant will: • learn proven strategies that are engaging and rigorous, • return to school and try the strategies in his or her own classroom, • develop plans for teaching the strategies to others, • establish demonstration classrooms when possible to model the strategies for colleagues, • create sample lesson plans incorporating the strategies, and • evaluate the effectiveness of the strategies using classroom and schoolwide data.

  4. In Each Strand………. participant will : • learn how to make their subject area more rigorous by creating challenging assignments and assessments, • learn how to make their subject area more relevant by using real-world problems and applications, and • learn how to improve relationships with students by using engaging strategies and cooperative learning. Saturday

  5. In Addition, each team member will………………………………………. L/Arts Math Career Tech Science Soc. St. Team Planning Time

  6. A Quick Glance at the Three Days Day 3: Saturday January 20th > Continental Breakfast 7 - 8 am > Workshop Morning Session 8 – 11:30 am > Team Planning Time 11:30 – 1 pm

  7. OK Let’s Get Started

  8. At Your Table………. • Respond to the questions related to cooperative learning groups on the next slide. • Give a short report in about 15 minutes capturing the thoughts of the table.

  9. Cooperative Learning Strategies > How do you set-up a cooperative learning classroom environment? > How do get all students engaged? > What is your role as a teacher? > How often do you use cooperative learning groups? > Do you evaluate cooperative learning groups? If so, how?

  10. A Quick Look at the Upcoming Four Rotations • See Handout (Math Modeling Problems) --------------------- > Privacy Fence > Telephone Plans > Styrofoam Cups ------------------- > Crate Moving > 5 Piece Cut-Out ------------------ HOOPS 21 ------------------ Bob’s Rotation (Let’s Make a Deal- Birthday-Geoboards)

  11. 8 feet 4 inches 10 feet Fence Section Fence Section Post Post Post Ground Level 8 feet Privacy FenceRotation I

  12. Crate MovingRotation II

  13. c b b c c b b c 5 Piece Cut-OutRotation II Prove a2 + b2 = c2 c a b

  14. 3 Cycle Rotation • We will divide into three cooperative learning groups. Rotation I (Alg) Rotation III (Bob) > Privacy Fence > Let’s Make a Deal > Telephone Plans > Birthday Problem ---------------------- > Geoboards Rotation II (Geo) > Crate Move > 5 Piece Cut-Out Note: About 30 minutes in each rotation then we will debrief.

  15. Styrofoam Cups see handout

  16. HOOPS 21

  17. Winding Down Looking Back at Our Objectives

  18. Workshop Objectives As a result of this workshop, each participant will: • learn proven strategies that are engaging and rigorous, • return to school and try the strategies in his or her own classroom, • develop plans for teaching the strategies to others, • establish demonstration classrooms when possible to model the strategies for colleagues, • create sample lesson plans incorporating the strategies, and • evaluate the effectiveness of the strategies using classroom and schoolwide data.

  19. In Each Strand………. participant will : • learn how to make their subject area more rigorous by creating challenging assignments and assessments, • learn how to make their subject area more relevant by using real-world problems and applications, and • learn how to improve relationships with students by using engaging strategies and cooperative learning.

  20. Stuff Over Three Days Rigorous Activities Research Documents > Museum Guard > Marzano (L. Types) > Growing $10 > Annenberg Brochure > Bobo (Elf) > Pepsi Problem > Sierpenski Triangles > 6 Math Model Problems > Styrofoam Cups > HOOPS 21

  21. PowerPoints robertwtrammel@msn.com Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Sierpinski Triangles Let’s Make a Deal GeoBoards Birthday Paradox Problem Famous People Math Modeling Problems (Indiana University) • http://crlt.indiana.edu/research/csk.html