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New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
New math leaders.ncsm 2012
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  • Mona: You have to start somewhere
  • Mona: Go to page 5 of PRIME to review the 4 Principles and indicators
  • Reflection question: What is your purpose and what do you want to become?
  • Reflective question: How can you support or create a team leader structure?
  • What is you plan? What is your role in the plan?
  • Mona: reflection question? What is your current PD and does it relate to your mission.
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    • 1. Mona ToncheffMath Content SpecialistNCSM Regional DirectorWestern Region 1 @ 5:00 today  1
    • 2. At the end of the session, you will be able toanswer these questions:Those important W’s! Why is the work we do important? When and Where do we start? What structures need to be in place to implement the CCSS? Who is out there to help? HOW…. 2
    • 3. 3
    • 4. What is a PRIME Leader?The PRIME Leadership Framework has 4Principles:1. Equity Leadership2. Teaching and Learning Leadership3. Curriculum Leadership4. Assessment Leadership 4
    • 5. “…the intent of these 4 leadershipprinciples is the same: MathematicsEducation Leaders must be able toensure a better future for every studentthrough initiating adult actions focusedon improved student achievement.” PRIME pg 4 5
    • 6. Why is the work we do important?1. Mission, Vision, Values, Goals • MISSION probes the question: What is our purpose? • VISION asks the question: What do we want to become? • VALUES explore the question: How must we behave in order to make our vision a reality? • GOALS ask the question: What are the nature and timetable of the specific steps that will be taken to move toward our mission? 6
    • 7. What structures are needed?5 paradigm shifts• Professional Development• Instruction (MP)• Content• Assessment• Interventions 7
    • 8. What structures are needed?Who is on your team?• Support and engage them in collaboration• Meet with them regularly• Coach• Celebrate! 8
    • 9. When and where do we start? 9
    • 10. Who can help? 10
    • 11. Reflection Front of Notecard: Name Back of Notecard: and email address What were three What were three positive challenges this year? accomplishments this year? 11
    • 12. QuestionsMona Tonchefftoncheff@phoenixunion.orghttp://puhsdmath.blogspot.com 12

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