Read pages 1-4 Our Current Realities - Principles to Action
Read the bulleted items on page 3.
Discuss with your group what your thoughts are on the current realities of mathematics teaching.

Read pages 7-12 Connect and Extend Obstacles

What obstacles do you encounter when teaching math?

Discuss in your groups what you have done to overcome the obstacles in your room/school

Discuss what things you need to be able to make changes to help overcome the obstacles

Compare the Mathematics Teaching Practices and the Eight Standards for Mathematical Practice Read pages 12 - 16 Establish Mathematics Goals to Focus Learning 1. Establish Math Goals to Focus Learning 2. Implement Tasks that Promote Reasoning and Problem Solving

discussion - Read p19 and check your card sort. How did you rank your tasks in comparison with solutions on p19?

attributes of a rich mathematical task

Homework- Finish card sort and check your work on page 19 of Principles to Action.
Finish reading through p19
Use the Instructional Planning template during coaching visits. We worked on the learning goals/objectives, math practices and grouping Day One Resources Handouts and Powerpoints adapted from North Carolina Resources from NC have an *

Teacher Belief Survey

Comparison of Math Practices and Teacher Practices

Watch Act 1.
What does the teacher do? What do the students do? What are you currently doing in your classroom. Take note on the video viewing sheet. Read in more detail what Act 1 is. (Lesson in Three Acts description).

Watch Act 2.
What does the teacher do? What do the students do? What are you currently doing in your classroom? Read in more detail what Act 2 is.

Watch Act 3.
What does the teacher do? What do the students do? What are you currently doing in your classroom? Read in more detail what Act 3 is.

Review the newly revised Instructional Planning Guide. This is the guide that you will use when we have a coaching visit. We will demonstrate today how to use the guide.

With a partner fill out the Instructional Planning Guide

Individually or with a partner, choose one of your own lessons and fill out the instructional planning guide. You will be filling out the Instructional planning guide to use for your preobservations with math coaches.

Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All## Outcomes

Course OutcomesTeacher PracticesandEight Standards for Mathematical Practiceinstructional planning guide.Day one Outcomes## Day one Agenda

Day one powerpoint (Bailey)Day one powerpoint (Kim)

## Table of Contents

Reading: Principles to Action pp1-20

NormsTeam Builder - Which One Doesn't Belong?In your groups choose one of the items that you think doesn't belong, and justify your reasoning

Brainstorm the Beliefs about Teaching and Learning

Read pages 1-4 Our Current Realities - Principles to ActionRead the bulleted items on page 3.

Discuss with your group what your thoughts are on the current realities of mathematics teaching.

Read pages 7-12 Connect and ExtendObstaclesCompare the Mathematics Teaching Practices and the Eight Standards for Mathematical PracticeRead pages 12 - 16 Establish Mathematics Goals to Focus Learning1. Establish Math Goals to Focus Learning2. Implement Tasks that Promote Reasoning and Problem SolvingHomework- Finish card sort and check your work on page 19 of Principles to Action.Finish reading through p19

Use the Instructional Planning template during coaching visits. We worked on the learning goals/objectives, math practices and grouping

Day One ResourcesHandouts and Powerpoints adapted from North Carolina Resources from NC have an *

Counting Cogs task is from youcubed.org

Big Bang Theory and the Mathematical Practices

10 minute math resourceswhich one doesn't belong

visual patterns

## Day two Agenda

Day two OutcomesRead pp 19-26 in Principles to Action. Discuss the five representations and the applications to your classroomFive Math Representations

Differences and Similarities between Lesson in Three Acts and Instructional Planning GuideWatch Act 1.What does the teacher do? What do the students do? What are you currently doing in your classroom. Take note on the video viewing sheet. Read in more detail what Act 1 is. (Lesson in Three Acts description).

Watch Act 2.What does the teacher do? What do the students do? What are you currently doing in your classroom? Read in more detail what Act 2 is.

Watch Act 3.What does the teacher do? What do the students do? What are you currently doing in your classroom? Read in more detail what Act 3 is.

Review the newly revised Instructional Planning Guide. This is the guide that you will use when we have a coaching visit. We will demonstrate today how to use the guide.Student JournalsHomeworkDay two resourcesQuestions sentence starters

five representations note taking sheet

five representations examples