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Numeracy Category



     Elementary Subcategory

          Bullet Black Rock Elementary - Kindergarten enVisionmath 2.0 [A]
Target group:BREL Kindergarten teachers

Teachers will discuss the new enVisionmath curriculum, troubleshoot, share ideas and plan together.
          Bullet enVisionmath2.0 Collaboration Grades 3-5 [A]
Target group: Elementary math teachers, grades 3-5 only

This class is a Professional Learning Community space for Grades 3-5 teachers to collaborate with colleagues from around the District to share ideas, strategies, and structures to support the effective implementation of enVisionmath2.0. This class is your enVisionmath2.0 support network and life line to ensure you and your students are successful with this dynamic math program.
          Bullet enVisionmath2.0 Collaboration Grades K-2 [A]
Target group: Elementary math teaches grades K-2 only

This class is a Professional Learning Community space for Grades K-2 teachers to collaborate with colleagues from around the District to share ideas, strategies, and structures to support the effective implementation of enVisionmath2.0. This class is your enVisionmath2.0 support network and life line to ensure you and your students are successful with this dynamic math program.
     Process Model Subcategory

          Bullet Skyline High School - Algebra 1 Reform Team 2018-19
Target group: Algebra 1 teachers and co-teachers for 2018-19.

This group will create a new model of instruction for Algebra 1.
     PST Subcategory

          Bullet Altona Middle School - Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish YouŽd Had Book Study
Target group: AMS Math Dept.

This group will read the book Becoming the Math Teacher you Wish YouŽd Had by Tracy Zager. Through discussion they will develop building-wide practices that allow for all students to engage in deep, mathematical thinking. They will discuss and develop common vocabulary and practices to be used in all classrooms, which will help students transitioning between teachers and grade-levels, to build the necessary skills to succeed in math class and beyond.
          Bullet Mountain View Elementary enVisionmath2.0 [A]
Target group:MVEL teachers

This group will meet once per month for an hour as a collaborative group. During this meeting time, 20 minutes at the beginning will be spent sharing and problem-solving in response to current needs, time for questions, and time for the introduction of curricular components that might be helpful. Throughout the year guidance will be provided on:

  • creating a digital platform for lesson structure
  • integrating other apps
  • effective use of diagnostic kit
  • centers implementation
  • student led digital resources (assignment, tests, games)
  • intervention strategies.
     Secondary Subcategory

          Bullet Silver Creek High School - Implementing Curricular Resources
Target group: SCHS Math Dept.

This group will comb through the new curricular resources, discuss the use of different practices and different formats of implementation. They will also lesson-plan, report on the implementation of those lessons and revise/improve.
     Training Subcategory

          Bullet Mathematical Tasks and Classroom Discourse
Target Group:K-12 mathematics teachers

Imagine your mathematics classroom where students are highly engaged in a whole-class discussion about a mathematical task. Your students are explaining their ideas, defending their thinking, and questioning each other. It’s possible in every math classroom, but it does not happen by chance.

This type of classroom environment requires the selection of carefully-chosen mathematical tasks and teachers monitoring student responses to frame the discussion and scaffolding of ideas. This class will explore the qualities of meaningful mathematical tasks that provide these discussion opportunities and the 5 practices for orchestrating such discussions. The content of this class is based on classroom case studies in the book 5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions.

Addresses Colorado Teacher Quality Standards: 1C, 1D.

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