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Common core algebra training

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  • 1. Common Core AlgebraTrainingPUHSD Algebra Teachers andPUHSD Partner Districts Algebra and Geometry Teachers
  • 2. Shift 1: From same instructiontowards differentiated instruction.
  • 3. Shift 2: From students workingindividually toward community oflearners.
  • 4. Shift 3: From mathematical authority coming from theteacher or textbook towards mathematical authoritycoming from sound student reasoning.
  • 5. Shift 3: From mathematical authority coming from theteacher or textbook towards mathematical authoritycoming from sound student reasoning.
  • 6. Shift 4: From teacher demonstrating “how to”towards teacher communicating expectation forlearning.
  • 7. Shift 4: Fromteacherdemonstrating“how to” towardsteachercommunicatingexpectation forlearning.
  • 8. Shift 5: From content taught in isolation towardscontent connected to prior knowledge.
  • 9. Shift 5: From content taught in isolation towardscontent connected to prior knowledge.
  • 10. Shift 6: From focus on correct answers towardsfocus on explanation and understanding.
  • 11. Shift 7: From mathematics made easy for students towards engaging students in productive struggle.
  • 12. Shift 7: From mathematics made easy for students towards engaging students in productive struggle.
  • 13. Want to learn more about theclassroom shifts? Bay-Williams, J. M., McGatha, M., Kobett, B. M. and Wray, J. A. (2014). Mathematics coaching: Resources and tools for coaches and leaders, K-12. Boston, MA: Pearson Education.