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PLEASE NOTE THAT MUCH OF THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS IN DRAFT FORM! THIS IS A COLLABORATIVE WORKSPACE FOR MATH TEACHERS TO GET IDEAS AND SHARE THEIR EFFORTS ACROSS REGION 7.

November 15, 2011

Watauga County Shares CCSS Gap Document




October 17, 2011

Burke County Shares Live Binders

http://livebinders.com/shelf/search_author?onclick=save_and_goto%28%27%2Fshelf%2Fsearch_author%2F%27+%2B+%40binder.curator%29&terms=ejb8910

September 22, 2011 -- High School Math Comparisons

Dee Hanlin shared these documents that may help you gauge the changes in high school math, course 1.



Resources from Watauga County:

Khan Academy Great resource for math videos to refresh/relearn mathematics concepts
Exploring Math with polyhedra dice: Skill building activities in problem solving ISBN 1-56911-032-8
Hands-On Math Projects with Real-Life Applications: Ready to Use lessons and materials for Grades 6-12 ISBN 0-13-032015-3
Figure This! Middle Grades Mathematics real-world problem solving activities
Get the Math Real World Math Challenges 6-12

Resource from Alleghany County:

Dee shared with our group a pacing guide for k-8. This can be found at:
www3.cpsd.us/academics/math/math-pacing-guides


Resources from Wilkes County:


This is a spreadsheet comparing where we are now with the 2003 Algebra I course with the Common Core Algebra I and Integrated I alongside the new NC Common Core Course 1 Standards. Hopefully this will provide a clearer picture of expectations for 2012-13. Created by: Dr. Mark Burcham, Robin Roten, Carol Canter, Melissa Lyles, Angie Lamb, and Beth Hubbard (The Wilkes County Gang).

Wilkes County Elementary Schools Opening Presentation

Resource from Yadkin County:

Yadkin County's Opening Presentation

Resource from Burke County:

BCPS contribution
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Resources from Ashe County:

This document can be used to introduce teachers to Mean Absolute Deviation using SMART. The activity is based upon activities presented by DPI staff (Robin Barbour) from the 9/12 meeting offered by NWRESA.

Dana Henson & Carmen Wilson from Ashe County High School have worked on the first steps of pacing Secondary Mathematics Course 1:

Resource from Catawba County:

Here is a link from you tube for a video that Catawba County is using to open up the first session of our PD:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8&feature=youtu.be

Course Outline Format.doc This is an outline format that we found that can be used to lay out a course with units, onjectives, teacher resources, student actions, etc. Some useful resources that we have used and look forward to using in planning for CCSS are:
www.kutasoftware.com ,
www.brightstorm.com ,
http://www.thinkfinity.org/lesson-plans
http://www.eraserdog.com/

Resource from Hickory


Anonymous Additions

Utah Education Network great website; has resources and lesson plans based on the common core
www.brainpop.com

Elementary & Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally, 6th Ed. by John A. Van De Walle: ISBN 0-205-48392-5
This book provides a student-centered, problem-based approach that makes connections to the Math Common Core Standards.
www.illuminations.org Hands-on, Minds-on activities aligned to NCTM Standards
www.k-5mathteachingresources.com: Choose your grade level and there are activities and lessons to teach the objective bases on the Common Core Standards.
http://www.delicious.com/rduncan/MELT: A link to files for the Statistics and Probability strand compiled during ASU's 2011 MELT workshop:
http://illustrativemathematics.org/standards/k8: You can click on the grade level and standard and get activities to match!

http://www2.edc.org/mathproblems/: Here is a site for 6-12 students with problems that lead them through a series of problems where they develop their own conclusions.

http://www.kakooma.com/ Do You Kakooma?
Can you add two numbers together? Do you love the challenge - and satisfaction of solving a great puzzle? KakoomaTM puzzles are deceptively simple, yet fiendishly difficult. You’ll be hooked - and won’t realize that math is getting surprisingly...easy! It’s amazing, mind-sharpening, brain-tastic fun for all ages. What are you waiting for? It's time to KakoomaTM!

AIMS: Awesome Addition and Super Subtraction, picture below captured from this book. Chinese Proverb: I Hear and I Forget, I See and I Remember, I Do and I Understand.
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