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## Common Core State Standards Mathematics (K-6)

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**Common Core State StandardsMathematics (K-6)**Jennifer Jessup Sullivan County BOCES**Butt Stretch**• What? Meet and Greet • Why? Friendly greeting to get the blood flowing • How? When music starts: • Get up and walk around • Say Good Morning to everyone that you make eye contact to • When the music stops, sit back at your seat**Road Map**• Why Common Core Standards? • Introduction to Mathematics CCSS • What now? Objective: * gain an awareness of the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics (K-6) * understand the shifts that will occur in teaching Mathematics**Math Common Core in a Package**• Shifts • Practices • Priorities • Standards • Fluencies**Who created the standards?**External and State feedback teams included: • K-12 math teachers • University & graduate mathematics faculty • State curriculum and assessments experts • Researchers • National organizations**Video Clip**Common Core in Mathematics: Overview Ink while you think: Video Worksheet http://vimeo.com/27066753**6 Shifts in Mathematics**Document in Hand**Digging into the Shifts**• Why? To understand the shifts in instruction that will be happening • How? • As a group, come up with one sentence that summarizes the shift(s) that was assigned to your group. • Create a visual or icon that relates to your shift. • Take notes so that all have the same information**Shift Assignments**- Shifts 1 and 2 - Shifts 3 and 4 - Shifts 5 - Shifts 6**Jigsaw Activity**• Why? Understand all 6 Shifts • How? • Form groups that consist of at least one of each shape. • Beginning with share the summary sentence and the visual that was create. Be sure to explain why your group decided on this visual.**Mathematical Practices**• Describe mathematical “habits of mind” • Standards for mathematical proficiency: reasoning, problem solving, modeling, decision making, and engagement • Connect with content standards in each grade**Mathematical Practices**Why? To read and understand what habits will be expected of our students How? • Read silently Mathematics: Standards for Mathematical Practice (independently) • Highlight key phrases for each practice • With your group, create a picture of a person that shows what a mathematical student will look like in relation to the Mathematical Practices • Be read to share out**Focusing on Priorities**• Why? To understand what topics will be focused on at my grade level • How? • In your grade level groups, divide up the NYS Mathematics Standards (2005) • While reading through your section, cross out the PI’s that do not fit into the Focus Areas for your grade level • When everyone is done, share out to your group what you crossed out**Domains: overarching ideas that connect topics across the**grades • Clusters: illustrate progression of increasing complexity from grade to grade • Standards: define what students should know and be able to do at each grade level**Video Clip**Getting Started**Ticket out the door!**If we don't change, we don't grow. If we don't grow, we aren't really living. Gail Sheehy There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction~Winston Churchill