The Formative 5

This book gives you a concise, research-based, classroom-dedicated plan with lots of tools to guide your daily use of The Formative 5.

Author: Francis (Skip) Fennell

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781506375205

Category: Education

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Move the needle on math instruction with these 5 assessment techniques! Mathematics education experts Fennell, Kobett, and Wray offer five of the most impactful and proven formative assessment techniques you can implement—Observations, Interviews, “Show Me,” Hinge Questions, and Exit Tasks— every day. You’ll find that this palette of classroom-based techniques will truly assess learning and inform teaching. This book gives you a concise, research-based, classroom-dedicated plan with lots of tools to guide your daily use of The Formative 5. K-8 teachers will learn to Directly connect assessment to planning and teaching Engineer effective classroom questioning, discussions, and learning tasks Provide success criteria and feedback that moves students forward Includes a book study guide, samples, and a companion website with downloadables and multi-media examples.

The Formative 5

Everyday Assessment Techniques for Every Math Classroom Francis (Skip) Fennell, Beth McCord Kobett, Jonathan A. Wray. New titles from Corwin Mathematics ! VISIBLE LEARNING MATEMATICS MATHEMATICS Formative Assessment 50.

Author: Francis (Skip) Fennell

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781506375182

Category: Education

Page: 200

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"This highly practical and readable book gets right down into the detail of what good formative assessment looks like in math classrooms, and shows how teachers can make this a part of their regular planning and instruction." —Dylan Wiliam, Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment, University College Imagine how it would feel to not worry about how to plan, teach, and check for student mathematical understandings and related proficiencies. Imagine if this important process felt like a natural, every day, part of your lesson preparation instead of an extra thing to do. This must-have resource shows the way. NCTM Past President, Francis "Skip" Fennell, and nationally-recognized mathematics educators Beth McCord Kobett and Jonathan (Jon) Wray, offer five of the most impactful, proven assessment techniques—Observations, Interviews, "Show Me," Hinge Questions, and Exit Tasks— you can implement, every day. Tried and tested by teachers just like you, you’ll find that this palette of classroom-based techniques will truly assess learning and inform teaching. Research and classroom practice indicates that formative assessment is poorly understood. This book gives you a concise, research-based, classroom-dedicated plan with lots of tools, activities, classroom vignettes, and student work to guide your daily use of these techniques – The Formative 5. Both within and between lessons, K-8 teachers of mathematics will learn to Think and go beyond assessment of learning, focusing on assessment for learning Directly connect assessment to planning and teaching Engineer effective classroom questioning, discussions, and learning tasks Provide success criteria and feedback that moves students forward Integrate the Standards for Mathematical Practice Activate student self-assessors who take ownership of their learning Includes a book study guide, tools and templates, and a companion website with downloadables and multi-media examples of student discussion in the classroom. The Formative 5 will help you build your mathematics-related formative assessment capacity through daily use of these five key techniques, leading to regularly monitored and improved learning opportunities for your students. Now Available: The On-Your-Feet Guide to The Formative 5

Answers to Your Biggest Questions About Teaching Elementary Math

Five to Thrive [series] John J. SanGiovanni, Susie Katt, Latrenda D. Knighten, Georgina Rivera ... The formative 5 : Everyday Vol 1 : 75 practical strategies for linking assessment techniques for every math assessment , instruction ...

Author: John J. SanGiovanni

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781071861233

Category: Education

Page: 232

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Your guide to grow and learn as a math teacher! Let’s face it, teaching elementary math can be hard. So much about how we teach math today may look and feel different from how we learned it. Today, we recognize placing the student at the center of their learning increases engagement, motivation, and academic achievement soars. Teaching math in a student-centered way changes the role of the teacher from one who traditionally "delivers knowledge" to one who fosters thinking. Most importantly, we must ensure our practice gives each and every student the opportunity to learn, grow, and achieve at high levels, while providing opportunities to develop their agency and authority in the classroom which results in a positive math identity. Whether you are a brand new teacher or a veteran, if you find teaching math to be quite the challenge, this is the guide you want by your side. Designed for just-in-time learning and support, this practical resource gives you brief, actionable answers to your most pressing questions about teaching elementary math. Written by four experienced math educators representing diverse experiences, these authors offer the practical advice they wish they received years ago, from lessons they′ve learned over decades of practice, research, coaching, and through collaborating with teams, teachers and colleagues—especially new teachers—every day. Questions and answers are organized into five areas of effort that will help you most thrive in your elementary math classroom: 1. How do I build a positive math community? 2. How do I structure, organize, and manage my math class? 3. How do I engage my students in math? 4. How do I help my students talk about math? 5. How do I know what my students know and move them forward? Woven throughout, you′ll find helpful sidebar notes on fostering identity and agency; access and equity; teaching in different settings; and invaluable resources for deeper learning. The final question—Where do I go from here?— offers guidance for growing your practice over time. Strive to become the best math educator you can be; your students are counting on it! What will be your first step on the journey?

Everything You Need for Mathematics Coaching

Formative 5: Everyday Assessment Techniques for Every Math Classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. This book provides practical classroom-based techniques—observations, interviews, Show Me, hinge questions, and exit tasks that can be ...

Author: Maggie B. McGatha

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781544316994

Category: Education

Page: 360

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Plan, focus, and lead: Your toolkit for inspiring math teachers What’s your go-to resource for guiding teachers to grow mathematics proficiency in their classrooms? This comprehensive toolkit for busy math coaches positions student learning as the focus of all work, and connects the Eight Mathematical Practices for students with NCTM’s Eight Effective Teaching Practices to deliver coaching strategies that work. Use the coaching cycle—plan, gather data, reflect—to build trust and rapport with teachers. Navigate coaching conversations. Plan, focus, and facilitate professional learning communities. Includes examples from the field, resources, and a plethora of tools to download and share. Create a professional learning plan that empowers you to lead with clarity and purpose.

Classroom Ready Rich Math Tasks Grades 4 5

The formative 5: Everyday assessment techniques for every math classroom. Corwin and NCTM. Fennell, F., & Rowan, T. (2001). Representation: An important process for teaching and learning mathematics. Teaching Children Mathematics, 7(5), ...

Author: Beth McCord Kobett

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781071841068

Category: Education

Page: 304

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Detailed plans for helping elementary students experience deep mathematical learning Do you work tirelessly to make your math lessons meaningful, challenging, accessible, and engaging? Do you spend hours you don’t have searching for, adapting, and creating tasks to provide rich experiences for your students that supplement your mathematics curriculum? Help has arrived! Classroom Ready-Rich Math Tasks for Grades 4-5 details more than 50 research- and standards-aligned, high-cognitive-demand tasks that will have your students doing deep-problem-based learning. These ready-to-implement, engaging tasks connect skills, concepts and practices, while encouraging students to reason, problem-solve, discuss, explore multiple solution pathways, connect multiple representations, and justify their thinking. They help students monitor their own thinking and connect the mathematics they know to new situations. In other words, these tasks allow students to truly do mathematics! Written with a strengths-based lens and an attentiveness to all students, this guide includes: • Complete task-based lessons, referencing mathematics standards and practices, vocabulary, and materials • Downloadable planning tools, student resource pages, and thoughtful questions, and formative assessment prompts • Guidance on preparing, launching, facilitating, and reflecting on each task • Notes on access and equity, focusing on students’ strengths, productive struggle, and distance or alternative learning environments. With concluding guidance on adapting or creating additional rich tasks for your students, this guide will help you give all of your students the deepest, most enriching and engaging mathematics learning experience possible.

Middle School Mathematics Lessons to Explore Understand and Respond to Social Injustice

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Fennell, F. M., Kobett, B. M., & Wray, J. A. (2017). The formative 5: Everyday assessment techniques for every math classroom. Corwin. Flippan, A. (2014, October 16). Black Turnout in 1964, ...

Author: Basil M. Conway IV

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781071881620

Category: Education

Page: 393

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"If you teach middle school math and have wanted to promote social justice, but haven’t been sure how to get started, you need to check out this book. It incorporates lessons you can use immediately as well as how to foster the kind of classroom community where students will thrive. It’s the kind of book you’ll want to have alongside you to support you throughout your journey." Robert Kaplinsky Author and Consultant Long Beach, CA Empower young adolescents to be the change—join the teaching mathematics for social justice movement! Students of all ages and intersecting identities—through media and their lived experiences— bear witness to and experience social injustices and movements around the world for greater justice. However, when people think of social justice, mathematics rarely comes to mind. With a user-friendly design, this book brings middle school mathematics content to life by connecting it to issues students see or experience. Developed for use by Grades 6-8 educators, the contributed model lessons in this book walk teachers through the process of applying critical frameworks to instruction, using standards-based mathematics to explore, understand, and respond to social injustices. Learn to plan daily instruction that engages young adolescents in mathematics explorations through age-appropriate, culturally relevant topics such as health and economic inequality, human and civil rights, environmental justice, and accessibility. Features include: Content cross-referenced by mathematical concept and social issues Connection to Learning for Justice’s social justice standards Downloadable teacher materials and lesson resources Guidance for lessons driven by young adolescents’ unique passions and challenges Connections between research and practice Written for teachers committed to developing equitable and empowering practices through the lens of mathematics content and practice standards as well as social justice standards, this book will help connect content to young adolescents’ daily lives, strengthen their mathematical understanding, and expose them to issues that will support them in becoming active agents of change and responsible leaders.

The Mathematics Lesson Planning Handbook Grades 3 5

The formative 5: Everyday assessment techniques for every math classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. Gojak, L., & Harbin Miles, R. (2015). The common core mathematics companion: The standards decoded, grades 3–5.

Author: Ruth Harbin Miles

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781506387871

Category: Education

Page: 248

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YOU are the architect in the mathematics classroom. This daily reference offers practical guidance for when and how to pull together mathematics routines, resources, and effective teaching techniques into a coherent and manageable set of lesson plans. This resource will Lead teachers through a process of lesson planning based on various learning objectives Set the stage for lesson planning using relatable vignettes Offer sample lesson plans for Grades 3–5 Create opportunities to reflect on each component of a mathematics lesson Suggest next steps for building a unit from the lessons Provide teachers the space and tools to create their own lesson plans going forward

Answers to Your Biggest Questions About Teaching Secondary Math

Five to Thrive [series] Frederick L. Dillon, Ayanna D. Perry, Andrea Cheng, Jennifer Outzs ... Corwin/National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. ... The formative 5: Everyday assessment techniques for every math classroom. Corwin.

Author: Frederick L. Dillon

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781071870808

Category: Education

Page: 184

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Let’s face it, teaching secondary math can be hard. So much about how we teach math today may look and feel different from how we learned it. Teaching math in a student-centered way changes the role of the teacher from one who traditionally "delivers knowledge" to one who fosters thinking. Most importantly, we must ensure our practice gives each and every student the opportunity to learn, grow, and achieve at high levels, while providing opportunities to develop their agency and authority in the classroom which results in a positive math identity. Whether you are a brand new teacher or a veteran, if you find teaching math to be quite the challenge, this is the guide you want by your side. Designed for just-in-time learning and support, this practical resource gives you brief, actionable answers to your most pressing questions about teaching secondary math. Written by four experienced math educators representing diverse experiences, these authors offer the practical advice they wish they received years ago, from lessons they′ve learned over decades of practice, research, coaching, and through collaborating with teams, teachers and colleagues—especially new teachers—every day. Questions and answers are organized into five areas of effort that will help you most thrive in your secondary math classroom: How do I build a positive math community? How do I structure, organize, and manage my math class? How do I engage my students in math? How do I help my students talk about math? How do I know what my students know and move them forward? Woven throughout, you′ll find helpful sidebar notes on fostering identity and agency; access and equity; teaching in different settings; and invaluable resources for deeper learning. The final question—Where do I go from here?— offers guidance for growing your practice over time. Strive to become the best math educator you can be; your students are counting on it! What will be your first step on the journey?

The Mathematics Lesson Planning Handbook Grades 6 8

The formative 5: Everyday assessment techniques for every math classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. Harbin Miles, R., & Williams, L. (2018). Your mathematics standards companion: What they mean and how to teach them.

Author: Lois A. Williams

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781506387925

Category: Education

Page: 264

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Ever feel burdened by mathematics lesson planning? Your blueprint for designing Grades 6-8 math lessons that enhance state standards and address the learning needs of students is here. This indispensable handbook guides you step-by-step to plan math lessons that are purposeful, rigorous, and coherent. The effective planning process helps you Clarify learning intentions and connect goals to success criteria Structure lessons to fit traditional or block schedules Select the formats and tasks that facilitate questioning and encourage productive struggle Includes a lesson-planning template and examples from Grades 6-8 classrooms. Empower yourself to plan strategically, teach with intention, and build an individualized and manageable set of mathematics lesson plans.

The Mathematics Lesson Planning Handbook Grades K 2

The formative 5: Everyday assessment techniques for every math classroom. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. Gojak, L., & Harbin Miles, R. (2015). The common core mathematics companion: The standards decoded, Grades K–2.

Author: Beth McCord Kobett

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781506387826

Category: Education

Page: 248

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Your blueprint to planning K-2 math lessons for maximum impact and understanding Not sure of tomorrow’s lesson plan? Your blueprint for designing K-2 math lessons for maximum student learning is here. This indispensable handbook guides you decision-by-decision through the planning of lessons that are purposeful, rigorous, and coherent. Clarify learning intentions and connect goals to success criteria. Distinguishing between conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and transfer. Select the formats and tasks that facilitate questioning and encourage productive struggle. Includes a lesson-planning template and examples from Kindergarten, first, and second grade classrooms. Empower yourself to plan lessons strategically, teach with intention and confidence, and build an exceptional foundation in math for your students.