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Unformatted text preview: HSMASS 2 Project:MathematicsOverview of Sessions 1&2for Teachers•Overview of HSMASS 2•Big Ideas and Learning Goals•Introduction to the Mathematics Clarification Document •Using the Mathematics Clarification Document to identify big ideas and learning goalsMMLAHigh School  Mathematics and Science Success – 2HSMASS 2•Session 1 – High School Companion Documents for Science and Mathematics•Session 2 – Identifying Targets (CE deconstruction) and Lesson Construction•Session 3 and 4 – Balanced AssessmentSession 1 Goals:•Gain familiarity with Science and Mathematics Companion/Clarification Documents and Content Expectations•Determine the BIG IDEAS of High School Science and Mathematics•Identify the Content Expectations and support leading to the BIG IDEAS.Session 2 Goals:•Deconstruct content expectations into clear, student friendly targets•Identify and use specific strategies to teach the language of mathematics and science•Use the targets and evidencebased instructional strategies to move toward understanding of the big ideas•Develop student understanding of the progress toward the big ideaTarget ReadyMove from the BIG IDEAS to content expectations to learning targets to lesson development(Chapter 3 – Stiggins)The world of information….requires a mapThe map has structures that represent GREAT BIG IDEASThe GREAT BIG IDEAS are broken down into BIG IDEAS The BIG IDEAs contain all the bits of information that lead to understandingEffective Teaching•“teaching needn’t be exceptional to have a profound effect…” Schmoker•“teaching had 610 times as much impact on achievement as all other factors combined.” Mortimore and Sammons•“just 3 years of effective teaching accounts on average for an improvement of 35 to 50 percentile points.” SandersEffective Teaching•Effective Instruction•GoalDirected Teaching and Learning•Clear, studentfriendly targets•EvidenceBased Strategies•Effective Classroom Management•Effective Curriculum Design•StandardsBased Instruction & Assessment= Effective PedagogyTargetsFoundation of Instruction, Learning and...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.
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