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  1. 1. FeaturingOne Brand:Web/PrintBOOK COVERSTABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER DIVIDERSILLUSTRATIONPACKAGINGDVD LABEL DESIGN
  2. 2. ScholasticSOLVING FOR WHYcovertitle pageback cover (crop)page dividersillustrations2013 AEP awardDAA winner©Jan Streitburger 2013
  3. 3. Math Solutions PublicationsBEYOND PIZZAS & PIEScover, title pageillustration (pie chart)AEP 2011 awardBest Seller©Jan Streitburger 2013BEYONDPIZZAS&PIESJulie McNamaraMeghan M.ShaughnessyForeword by Francis (Skip) FennellMath SolutionsSausalito, California, USA10 Essential Strategies for Supporting Fraction Sensegrades3-5Beyond Pizzas Title Page v3FINAL.indd 1 3/12/10 7:30:53 AM
  4. 4. ScholasticCLASSROOMDISCUSSIONSdigipakbook3 DVDsAEP 2011Golden Lamp award©Jan Streitburger 2013
  5. 5. ScholasticCLASSROOMDISCUSSIONSIN MATH2 books4 DVDsdigipak packagingAEP 2012Golden Lamp award©Jan Streitburger 2013DVD2Ms.LuipoldGrade4Mrs.LuizziKindergartenMs.MoylanGrade1Mrs.RowanGrade6Mrs.SchinellerGrade3K–6GRADESClassroomDiscussionsinMathAndersonChapinO’ConnorAbout the AuthorsK–6Did You Know?At Math Solutions, we’ve beentransforming math instruction foralmost thirty years. Now the samestrategies and methods we use fordeveloping student proficiency areembodied in the Common Core.Learn More: Visit mathsolutions.comor call 800.868.9092.Related BooksClassroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’sGuide for Using Talk Moves to Support theCommon Core and More, Grades K–6Number Talks: Helping Children BuildMental Math and Computation Strategies,Grades K–5Good Questions for Math Teaching:Why Ask Them and What to Ask SeriesMath Matters: Understanding the MathYou Teach, Grades K–8, Second EditionRelated CoursesTeaching Math Through Problem Solving,Good Questions, and CommunicationTalking to Learn: Communication in theMath Classse repeat that again? 1:43on the Hundreds Chart 3:32n the Move! 4:19es with a Specific Area 9:31and Perimeter 9:11Value 5:43-Eighths to a Percent 5:57ltistep Word Problem, Part 1 10:42ultistep Word Problem, Part 2 9:35ions on a Number Line 12:13sing Digits 15:56Methods for Volume of Rectangular7e Words More and Less 4:42ny Groups? How Many Hearts? 8:47g the Words Area and Perimeter 2:07ng Our Definition: The Case of Factor 7:07cting Factors and Multiples 6:54ng the Word Volume 2:07er 8ng Three Numbers, Part 1 5:01ng Three Numbers, Part 2 12:37lyzing Data from a Bar Graph, Part 1 4:40alyzing Data from a Bar Graph, Part 2 1:49alyzing Data from a Bar Graph, Part 3 3:58nalyzing Data from a Bar Graph, Part 4 5:50olume of Rectangular Prisms, Part 1 6:36Volume of Rectangular Prisms, Part 2 5:33Volume of Rectangular Prisms, Part 3 3:31Volume of Rectangular Prisms, Part 4 14:34Mrs. Burgess Grade 4Mr. Danella Grade 3Mrs. Delaney Grade 1Mrs. Foley Grades3&5Mrs.Hayward KindergartenMath SolutionsOne Harbor Drive, Suite 101Sausalito, California, USAMade in the United Statesof America.Package design© 2012 Scholastic Inc.All rights reserved.Nancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorCatherine O’Connor is a professorin linguistics and education atBoston University. She works withteachers and researchers to studylanguage use in classrooms.NancyCanavanAnderson hastaught mathematics to studentsfrom kindergarten through gradeeight. She has also worked as aninstructor for preservice teachersand a consultant for Math Solutions.She received her doctoral degreein mathematics education fromBoston University.Suzanne H. Chapin is a professorof mathematics education at BostonUniversity. She is interested inmathematics curricula, the educationof the gifted, and how to furtherthe mathematics achievement ofeconomically disadvantagedstudents. Over the past twenty-fiveyears, Chapin has directed manyprojects and written many booksin these areas.FACILITATOR’S GUIDEThe 240-page guide offers twenty professional development sessions centered on video clips illustrating besttalk practices in action. The sessions are divided into chapters that correspond to the chapters in ClassroomDiscussionsinMath:ATeacher’sGuideforUsingTalkMovestoSupporttheCommonCoreandMore,GradesK–6,ThirdEdition(available separately). Included in each of the sessions are activities to use in conjunction withthe video clips, reproducible handouts, discussion questions, and assignments for participants.TWO DVDsThe accompanying two DVDs organize the seventy-five video clips in two ways for viewingconvenience: by chapter and by grade level. The labels on all video clips indicate the section of thefacilitator’s guide in which the clips are used. The clips range from one to fifteen minutes in lengthwith a total viewing time of approximately five hours.CD OF REPRODUCIBLESThe accompanying CD contains a Lesson Planning Template and two sets of reproducibles—session handoutsand lesson plans—in printable PDF format.2DVDA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceISBN 978-1-935099-29-1A Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common Core K-6GRADES©2013ScholasticInc.Allrights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on this disc is prohibited.Nancy Canavan AndersonSuzanne H. Chapin CatherineO’ConnorA Facilitator’s GuidetoSupport Professional Learning ofDiscourse and the Common CoreA Facilitator’s GuidetoSupport Professional Learning ofDiscourse and the Common CoreA Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceISBN 978-1-935099-28-4©2013ScholasticInc.Allrights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on this disc is prohibited.1DVDK-6GRADESNancy Canavan AndersonSuzanne H. Chapin CatherineO’ConnorNancy Canavan AndersonSuzanne H. Chapin CatherineO’ConnorK-6GRADESCDREPRODUCIBLES© 2013 Scholastic Inc.A Multimedia Professional Learning Resource36 reproduciblesNancy Canavan AndersonSuzanne H. Chapin CatherineO’ConnorA Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreClassroom Discussions in Math: A Facilitator’s Guide to Support ProfessionalLearning of Discourse and the Common Core provides preservice and inserviceinstructors, coaches, and facilitators with real, classroom-based video examples thatillustrate the principles and practices covered in the authors’ best-selling book,Classroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’s Guide for Using Talk Moves to Support the CommonCore and More, Grades K–6, Third Edition. Ideally, the three components— facilitator’s guide,DVDs, and teacher’s guide—are used together. The video examples demonstrate how the talktools described in the book can be used successfully in typical classrooms.This multimedia professional learning resource offers• 75 video clips, totaling five hours of video filmed in actual grades K–6 classrooms;• 20 sessions, totaling thirty to forty hours of professional development experiences;• 12 lesson plans aligned to Common Core State Standards; and• more than twenty ready-to-use reproducible handouts.In my view, the third edition of Classroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’s Guide for UsingTalk Moves to Support the Common Core and More (Chapin, O’Connor, and Anderson2013) is the single best book available for learning about and implementing academicallyproductive talk in the classroom. And now, with the companion facilitator’s guide, DVDs,and CD package—Classroom Discussions in Math: A Facilitator’s Guide to SupportProfessional Learning of Discourse and the Common Core—there is nothing comparable.— Sarah Michaels, professor of education and senior research scholar at theJacob Hiatt Center for Urban Education, Clark University, Worcester, MA20 Professional Development Sessions withReproducible Handouts and Lesson PlansClassroomDiscussionsinMathA Facilitator’s Guide tosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreA MULTIMEDIAPROFESSIONALLEARNINGRESOURCEIncludes 75 Video ClipsGOLDEN LAMP2012WINNERK–6GRADESNancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorClassroom Discussions in Math: A Facilitator’s Guide to Support ProfessionalLearning of Discourse and the Common Core provides preservice and inserviceinstructors, coaches, and facilitators with real, classroom-based video examples thatillustrate the principles and practices covered in the authors’ best-selling book,Classroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’s Guide for Using Talk Moves to Support the CommonCore and More, Grades K–6, Third Edition. Ideally, the three components— facilitator’s guide,DVDs, and teacher’s guide—are used together. The video examples demonstrate how the talktools described in the book can be used successfully in typical classrooms.This multimedia professional learning resource offers• 75 video clips, totaling five hours of video filmed in actual grades K–6 classrooms;• 20 sessions, totaling thirty to forty hours of professional development experiences;• 12 lesson plans aligned to Common Core State Standards; and• more than twenty ready-to-use reproducible handouts.About the AuthorsIn my view, the third edition of Classroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’s Guide for UsingTalk Moves to Support the Common Core and More (Chapin, O’Connor, and Anderson2013) is the single best book available for learning about and implementing academicallyproductive talk in the classroom. And now, with the companion facilitator’s guide, DVDs,and CD package—Classroom Discussions in Math: A Facilitator’s Guide to SupportProfessional Learning of Discourse and the Common Core—there is nothing comparable.— Sarah Michaels, professor of education and senior research scholar at theJacob Hiatt Center for Urban Education, Clark University, Worcester, MADid You Know?At Math Solutions, we’ve beentransforming math instruction foralmost thirty years. Now the samestrategies and methods we use fordeveloping student proficiency areembodied in the Common Core.Learn More: Visit mathsolutions.comor call 800.868.9092.Related BooksClassroom Discussions in Math: A Teacher’sGuide for Using Talk Moves to Support theCommon Core and More, Grades K–6Number Talks: Helping Children BuildMental Math and Computation Strategies,Grades K–5Good Questions for Math Teaching:Why Ask Them and What to Ask SeriesMath Matters: Understanding the MathYou Teach, Grades K–8, Second EditionRelated CoursesTeaching Math Through Problem Solving,Good Questions, and CommunicationTalking to Learn: Communication in theMath ClassFACILITATOR’S GUIDEThe 240-page guide offers twenty professional development sessions centered on video clips illustrating besttalk practices in action. The sessions are divided into chapters that correspond to the chapters in ClassroomDiscussionsinMath:ATeacher’sGuideforUsingTalkMovestoSupporttheCommonCoreandMore,GradesK–6,ThirdEdition(available separately). Included in each of the sessions are activities to use in conjunction withthe video clips, reproducible handouts, discussion questions, and assignments for participants.TWO DVDsThe accompanying two DVDs organize the seventy-five video clips in two ways for viewingconvenience: by chapter and by grade level. The labels on all video clips indicate the section of thefacilitator’s guide in which the clips are used. The clips range from one to fifteen minutes in lengthwith a total viewing time of approximately five hours.CD OF REPRODUCIBLESThe accompanying CD contains a Lesson Planning Template and two sets of reproducibles—session handoutsand lesson plans—in printable PDF format.2DVDA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceISBN 978-1-935099-29-1A Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreK-6GRADES©2013Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on thisdiscisprohibited.Nancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorA Facilitator’s GuidetoSupport Professional Learning ofDiscourse and the Common CoreA Facilitator’s GuidetoSupport Professional Learning ofDiscourse and the Common CoreA Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceISBN 978-1-935099-28-4©2013Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on thisdiscisprohibited.1DVDK-6GRADESNancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorNancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorK-6GRADESCDREPRODUCIBLES© 2013 Scholastic Inc.A Multimedia Professional Learning Resource36 reproduciblesNancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorA Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreGOLDEN LAMP2012WINNERNancyCanavanAnderson hastaught mathematics to studentsfrom kindergarten through gradeeight. She has also worked as aninstructor for preservice teachersand a consultant for Math Solutions.She received her doctoral degreein mathematics education fromBoston University.Suzanne H. Chapin is a professorof mathematics education at BostonUniversity. She is interested inmathematics curricula, the educationof the gifted, and how to furtherthe mathematics achievement ofeconomically disadvantagedstudents. Over the past twenty-fiveyears, Chapin has directed manyprojects and written many booksin these areas.Catherine O’Connor is a professorin linguistics and education atBoston University. She works withteachers and researchers to studylanguage use in classrooms.20 Professional Development Sessions withReproducible Handouts and Lesson PlansClassroomDiscussionsinMathA Facilitator’s Guide tosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreA MULTIMEDIAPROFESSIONALLEARNINGRESOURCEIncludes 75 Video ClipsClassroomDiscussionsinMathAndersonChapinO’ConnorK–6ClassroomDiscussionsinMath T HIRD EDI T IONA MULTIMEDIAPROFESSIONALLEARNINGRESOURCEK–6GRADESIncludes 46 Video ClipsSuzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’Connor Nancy Canavan AndersonA Teacher’s Guide forusing talk moves to supportthe Common Core and moreClassroomDiscussionsinMathChapinO’ConnorAndersonK–6A Facilitator’s GuidetoSupport Professional Learning ofDiscourse and the Common CoreA Facilitator’s GuidetoSupport Professional Learning ofDiscourse and the Common CoreA Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceISBN 978-1-935099-28-4©2013Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on thisdiscisprohibited.1DVDK-6GRADESNancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorNancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’Connor2DVDA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceISBN 978-1-935099-29-1A Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common CoreK-6GRADES©2013Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on thisdiscisprohibited.Nancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorK-6GRADESCDREPRODUCIBLES© 2013 Scholastic Inc.A Multimedia Professional Learning Resource36 reproduciblesNancy Canavan Anderson Suzanne H. Chapin Catherine O’ConnorA Facilitator’s Guidetosupport professional learning ofdiscourse and the Common Core
  6. 6. English LanguageLearnersSupportingin Math ClassA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceSupportingEnglishLanguageLearnersinMathClassAMultimediaProfessionalLearningResource ThisinteractiveresourcefromMathSolutions,foundedbyMarilynBurns,helpsschoolsimplementeffectiveinstructionalpracticesthatcreatesustainableresultsforEnglishlanguagelearners.Theseresearch-basedmaterialsassisteducatorswithsimultaneouslydevelopingstudents’masteryofmathematicsandtheiracademiclanguagedevelopment.GradesK-5AMultimediaProfessionalLearningResourceSupportinginMathClassEnglishLanguageLearners©2009byMathSolutions.Allrightsreserved.Unauthorizedreproductionordistributionofanymaterialorprogrammingcontentscontainedonthisdiscisprohibited.Readthetwo-bookseries thatpresentsresearch-based bestpracticesforEnglish languagelearners.WatchtheDVDcontaining real-lifefootageofstudentsandteachers inaction.earnersAMultimediaProfessionalLearningResourceBRESSERFELUXMELANESESPHARMath150SausalMadeiPackagAllrighGRADESK-5SupportingEnglishLanguageLearnersinMathClassGRADESK-5A MultimediaProfessionalLearning ResourceBRESSERFELUXMELANESESPHARTwo-Book SeriesGrades K–2Grades 3–5 Facilitator’s GuideInteractive DVDK-5GRADESA MultimediaProfessionalLearning ResourceSupportingin Math ClassEnglish LanguageLearnersISBN 978-1-935099-06-2mathsolutions.comDVD©2009by Math Solutions All rights reserved Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents containedonthisdiscisprohibitedMath Solutions PublicationsSUPPORTING ENGLISH LANGUAGELEARNERS IN MATH CLASS3 color; 2 book seriesBookDVD jacketDVD labelBox package2010 AEPGolden Lamp Award©Jan Streitburger 2013K-5DVDGRADESThe classrooms-in-action DVD for Supporting English LanguageLearners in Math Class: A Multimedia Professional Learning Resourceis an invaluable tool for educators charged with improving studentlearning and implementing effective teaching strategies for Englishlanguage learners. Watching master teachers giving lessons in real-lifeclassrooms makes the information in the included two-book seriescome alive. The ability to easily search the DVD for excerpts organizedby strategy gives teachers the just-in-time support they need as theyface new challenges throughout the school year.mathsolutions.commathsolutions.com• See teachers and studentsin action.• View complete lessons orexcepts organized by strategy.• Use menus forstop-and-search control.• Support viewing withthe Facilitator’s Guide.English LanguageLearnersSupportingin Math ClassA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceTwo-Book Series Facilitator’s GuideISBN 978-1-935099-09-3Learn More about Math Solutions’ completeofferings of professional development courses,books, and resources.Visit mathsolutions.com or call (800) 868-9092.DID YOU KNOW?Math Solutions® has been providing research-basedprofessional development courses, books, andresources for more than twenty-five years.Books Also Sold Separately: Supporting English Language Learners inMath Class, Grades K–2 Supporting English Language Learners inMath Class, Grades 3–5Related Courses: one-day introduction and follow-up courses consecutive multiday courses year-round multiday courses five-day immersion coursesGrades K–2ISBN 978-0-941355-84-1Grades 3–5ISBN 978-0-941355-85-8Interactive DVDISBN 978-1-935099-06-2K-5GRADESA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceSupportingin Math ClassEnglish LanguageLearnersISBN 978-1-935099-06-2mathsolutions.comDVD©2009byMathSolutions. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on thisdiscisprohibited.K-5SupportingEnglishLanguageLearnersinMathClassK-5GRADESA Multimedia Professional Learning ResourceSupportingin Math ClassEnglish LanguageLearnersISBN 978-1-935099-06-2mathsolutions.comDVD©2009byMathSolutions. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction or distribution of any material or programming contents contained on this discisprohibited.eenor forect andence inversityovidedguageteachersarnersenteenudiesrnia,or ofngachers.edentialn Diego,ence inon EnglishReadingommissionners inds of AllNeedsGRADES6-8KathyMelaneseLuzChungCherylForbesSupportingMath ClassEnglish LanguageLearnersinForeword by Rusty Bresser6–8SupportingEnglishLanguageLearnersinMathClassMelaneseChungForbes
  7. 7. Math Solutions PublicationsMATH FOR ALL3 book series, TOC, title pageillustration2010 AEP award©Jan Streitburger 2013
  8. 8. Foreword byStephanie HarveyMark OvermeyerStenhouse PublishingWHEN WRITING WORKSHOPISN’T WORKINGcover, title page, chapter divider©Jan Streitburger 2013collect much informal data about our students as writers. I alwayshave a clipboard when I walk around the classroom, taking notesabout things I notice. My notes used to be all narrative, but I startedusing some codes to help me assess even more students’ progressas I walk around. For example, I might have the simple code of theletter “d” as an indicator that a student has demonstrated somestrong descriptive writing. An “i” might mean a student success-fully generates good ideas for writing. Conversely, I can code forconcerns: I typically put a circled “sen” next to students’ nameswhen they are in need of extra work with sentences, or a “cap”when they need work with capitalization. Circling these concernsmakes them stand out from the non-circled codes which indicatestudents’ strengths. The coding system doesn’t matter—whatmatters is finding ways to know your writers.One powerful result of charting and coding as I walkaround the room is a visual reminder to me of who I have missed.If I have nothing by a student’s name for several days, then I needto meet with them. The charting process helps me to balance mytime with students, so that I don’t unfairly give all of my attentionto only a few students.Even with this most informal form of assessment, I letstudents know what I am doing:“I take quick notes or mark on a piece of paper either whatwe have talked about or what I notice in your writing. If you everhave any questions about what I notice, ask me! I would be happyto tell you what I notice about the work you are doing.”Careful observation is not just a tool for good writers, butfor good teachers also.Assessing writing, and especially giving writing a lettergrade, can go against the grain of what we most strong-ly believe in a writing classroom. Writing is about tak-ing risks, and growing—it is not supposed to be abouta single score which cannot possible communicate allthe amazing work students have created in a semester or a year.But if we save student work, and if we make them part of theprocess, and if we create rubrics and criteria in their language,then students can become more clear about how they can contin-FinalThoughtsWhen Writing Workshop Isn’t Working 6362 How do I assess my students’ writing?C H A P T E R9Question:How Can I Prepare Students forStandardized Testing WithoutCompromising My Writing Program?We live in an age of high stakes testing. In my state of Colorado,students are tested in grades 3 through 10 on reading and writing,and in math and science at some of the grades. The state testingprogram has become the one indicator of student performancethat is used to measure the gains students are expected to makeeach year. This high stakes testing has created a lot of stress forteachers, but I think of it as a double edged sword.The tests have created more awareness of the need forstrong writing instruction. While I do not advocate the use of stan-dardized tests as the only measure of student growth, I do feel ourdialogues about instruction and how to help students improve havebecome more focused since advent of testing. I have always workedwith talented teachers and administrators, but the level of discus-WhenWritWksp.qxd 8/9/05 9:44 AM Page 8WhenWriting WorkshopIsn’t WorkingForeword byStephanie HarveyMark OvermeyerWhenWritWksp.qxd 8/9/05 9:44 AM Page 2WhenWriting WorkshopIsn’t WorkingA N S W E R STO TEN TOUGHQ U E S T I O N SGRADES 2-5Foreword byStephanie HarveyMark OvermeyerWhenWritWksp.qxd 8/9/05 9:43 AM Page 1
  9. 9. Math ScholasticCLASSROOMDISCUSSIONSdigipak, 3 DVDs, bookAEP 2011Golden Lamp award©Jan Streitburger 2013Village Life a Thousand Years AgoCHILDREN’S BOOKIllustration design
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