# Resources

*Framework for Transforming Your Teaching & Implementing the Common Core Standards of Mathematical Practice *

The ultimate goal of teaching is to support student** LEARNING!**

THREE THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND AS YOU TEACH

- What do I want my students to learn?
- What are they learning?
- Am I being effective?

Note: The framework below helps you naturally integrate the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

Whole Class Mathematics Discussion Framework

WHOLE CLASS DISCUSSION – LAMBERG

Whole-Class-Mathematics-Discussions-Framework–0-4 Point Scale

Click this link to view video of Three Levels of Sense Making by Lamberg

TERUNI’S TEACHING PROCESS ILLUSTRATED BY ED KEPPELMAN

**LESSON PLANNING AND TEACHING RESOURCES**

The following blog contains many resources: Click on Lesson Planning tab to get access to Lesson Plans. Scroll to the middle of the page to find **progressions documents** that will help you make sense of the Nevada Academic Mathematics Content Standards.

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD LINKS ( Virtual tools)

MATH NOTE BOOKS (Ideas for using math notebooks).

**NEVADA MATH PROJECT PHASE III- HAND OUTS**

Ways to organize data (Hand out created by Peggy Lakey)

Tuva- has free data sets that can be analyzed

Alice in Wonderland-Ratio Task- Travis

**Ed Keppelman’s Powerpoints**

WALLPAPER Demo

Unifying Themes in Area Formulas

**STUDENT CONTENT TESTS FOR THE FOLLOWING NEVADA ACADEMIC CONTENT STANDARDS/COMMON CORE DOMAINS:**

Note: These student tests were developed based on examples from the Nevada Academic Content standard document, adaptation of Illustrative mathematics project and other sources. These tests are intended to be used as a pre and post test or test items to assess student thinking to see growth. Please administer these student content test prior to the follow up sessions. This way, we have common student work to talk about as we meet during the follow-up sessions. We can identify areas that students are able to understand and also have difficulty with. The follow up session content focus will be based on areas that students struggle with. Our goal is to support you to deepen your understanding of content in areas that student struggle most with and to figure out ways to support student learning. Please e-mail feedback to Terunil@unr.edu Please indicate if you find errors in these assessments or they are in need of further fine tuning. Please do not use student names on tests. Do not use teacher names on class tests either. You can create a code to figure out how your class did. Please administer the student content tests prior to the follow up session dates. You can then re-administer the test after you have taught the unit. This way, you can see areas of student growth. We would appreciate it if you could score the tests using the assessment rubrics on the test. Sample answers to problem types will be posted on line as well. The sample solution is a possible way a student might solve the problem. Some may use other strategies. These student tests will also help us track student growth across the project. This will help the project team fine tune our PD Design if we get additional funding for two more years.

Note: These tests were created by Teruni Lamberg, Ed Keppelman, Peggy Lakey and Claudia Bertorlone-Smith and Linda Koyen

NUMBER AND OPERATIONS/NUMBER SYSTEM

Grade_1_NUMBER AND OPERATIONS

Grade 6 CONTENT TEST NUMBER SYSTEM

Grade 7 CONTENT TEST NUMBER SYSTEM GRADE 7

Grade 8 CONTENT TEST FUNCTIONS GRADE 8

ALGEBRAIC THINKING/EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS

Grade K Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Grade 1 Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Grade 2 Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Grade 3 Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Grade 4 Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Grade 5 Operations and Algebraic-Thinking

Grade 6 Expressions and Equations

Grade 7 Expressions and equations

Grade 8 Expressions and Equations

Solutions: Note here is one way to solve the problem. Students may use different approaches.

Kindergarten Operations and Algebraic Thinking SOLUTIONS

Grade 1 Operations and Algebraic Thinking SOLUTIONS

Grade 2 Operations and Algebraic Thinking SOLUTIONS

Grade 3 Operations and Algebraic Thinking SOLUTIONS

Grade 4 -Algebraic Thinking SOLUTIONS

Grade-5-Algebraic-Thinking-SOLUTIONS

Grade-6-Expressions-and-Equations-SOLUTIONS

Grade 7 Expressions and equations SOLUTIONS

Harder versions of same test (May use problem types if need more challenging problems) – Do not administer these for the project follow up but are available as a resource for you.

HARDER-Grade-4-Algebraic-Thinking

Grade 5- Algebraic Thinking HARDER

Grade 6-Expressions and Equations

HARDER Grade 7 Expressions and equations

FRACTIONS/PROPORTIONAL REASONING

Grade 7 Proportional Reasoning

Solutions:

Grade 6 Ratios and Rate SOLUTIONS

Grade 7 proportional reasoning SOLUTIONS

Harder versions of same test (May use problem types if need more challenging problems) – Do not administer these for the project follow up but are available as a resource for you.

HARDER Grade 6 Ratios and Rate

HARDER Grade 6 Expressions and Equations

HARDER Grade 7 Proportional reasoning

**Powerpoints from Summer institute 2015**

RELATIONS & MAGIC STARS NOT RATIONAL

**Handouts from Summer Institute 2014**

*Algebraic Thinking/Expressions and Equations*

Students thinking of Variables- Learning Trajectory/Expressions and Equations

Dan Meyer Problem Videos

Stairs and Super stairs Gummy Bear Video

*Fractions/Proportional Reasoning*

Unitizing approach to division of fractions

*Teaching Strategies*

MENTAL MATH

HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS

TEACHER CONTENT TESTS/SOLUTIONS

TEACHER CONTENT PRE-TEST

NMP Teachers’ PreTest SOLUTIONS

TEACHER CONTENT TEST

K-3

6-8

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