Common Core State Standards Mathematics (K-6)

# Common Core State Standards Mathematics (K-6)

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

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1. Common Core State StandardsMathematics (K-6) Jennifer Jessup Sullivan County BOCES

2. 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

3. 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

4. Teaching Math is like this picture because…..

5. Math Common Core in a Package • Shifts • Practices • Priorities • Standards • Fluencies

6. 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

7. Video Clip Common Core in Mathematics: Overview Ink while you think: Video Worksheet http://vimeo.com/27066753

8. 6 Shifts in Mathematics Document in Hand

9. 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

10. Shift Assignments - Shifts 1 and 2 - Shifts 3 and 4 - Shifts 5 - Shifts 6

11. 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.

12. 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

13. 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

14. BREAK

15. Focus area by Grade Level Band

16. Focus Priorities

17. 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

18. How to Read the Standards

19. 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

20. Fluencies

21. Video Clip Getting Started

22. 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