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    OESD Mathematics Leadership Team
     

    Participants in the Mathematics Leadership Team come away from each meeting with an increased depth of knowledge about the Washington State Learning Standards for Mathematics and the Smarter Balanced Assessments. They also gain ideas, strategies, and resources that support district and classroom implementation of the standards using the NCTM book “Principles to Action” as a resource. This school year the MLT will focus even more intently on learning strategies targeting the 3 Key Shifts in the CCSS for Math using productive classroom routines. We also will be examining lessons and formative assessments from current curricular materials to deepen our understanding of how our curriculum supports the Standards for Mathematical Practice. 

     
    Meeting Schedule:
     

    Bremerton ESD Secondary

    Bremerton ESD Elementary

    Port Angeles (K-12)

    Thursday, October 1st

    Thursday, October 8th

    Thursday November 12th

    Thursday November 19th

    Friday, November 13th

    Thursday, January 14th

    Friday, January 22nd

    Tuesday, January 19th

    Friday, March 18th

    Wednesday, March 23rd

    Tuesday, March 22nd

    Tuesday, May 24th

    Thursday, June 2nd

    Wednesday, June 1st

     
       All meetings times from 9:00am to 3:30pm
       Port Angeles meeting location at North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center,  905 W 9th St, Port Angeles
    Click on the links below for meeting resources
  • Principles to Actions

    by NCTM Year Published: 2014
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  • Embedded Formative Assessment

    by Dylan Wiliam Year Published: 2011

    This book has two main purposes. The first is to provide simple, practical ideas about changes that every teacher can make in the classroom to develop his or her practice of teaching. The second is to provide the evidence that these changes will result in improved outcomes for learners.

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  • Making Number Talks Matter

    by Cathy Humphries & Ruth Parker Year Published: 2015
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  • Intentional Talk

    by Elham Kazemi and Alison Hintz Year Published: 2014

    Intentional Talk provides teachers with a framework for planning and facilitating purposeful mathematics discussions that enrich and deepen student learning.

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