“Habits of Mind”
Exploring The Common Core for Mathematics
About the Presentation
The Common Core State Standards inspire high achievement in all students by defining the knowledge, concepts and skills that students should attain at each grade level. The “Habits of Mind” standards reflect 21st century skills that will help to create students who are prepared to enter colleges, careers and the global economy. Please join me in a discussion of these practices and how they can be smoothly incorporated into your teaching. This workshop is appropriate for all levels – K-12.
Analyze information from presentation
Develop questions to encourage mathematical thinking
Create a model for use in the classroom to collect evidence of Mathematical Practice Standards
Design Learning opportunities that engage students in the Common Core Standards for mathematical practice (Habits of Mind) to develop 21st Century Competencies
8:00 am Check-in and Continental Breakfast
8:30-10:00 Power Point on the Mathematical “Habits of Mind” Questions to Develop Mathematical Thinking
10:15-11:30 am Designing Learning Opportunities
About the Presenter:
Formerly an Assistant Principal and Curriculum Specialist, Cherrie Fulton is currently the Title 1 Director for the district of Nashua. She has been a professional educator for more than 15 years in New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Kansas.
Cherrie's educational experience includes; preschool and elementary teacher, GED instructor, Mentor Facilitator, Math Consultant, Curriculum Writer and Administrator. Throughout her career, she has had the opportunity to work on several instructional initiatives and is used to co-facilitate Nashua's national participation in Vermont's Ongoing Assessment Project (OGAP), a mathematical learning progression for multiplicative reasoning.
While serving as an assistant principal and curriculum specialist, she has facilitated teams of teachers building UbD units of study in Science, Math, Social Studies and English Language Arts.
Saturday, May 31, 2014
Check in starts at 8:00
Certificate of Attendance available for 3 Contact Hours
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