View Workshop: K-5 Math CLC

Workshop NameK-5 Math CLC
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Workshop Short DescCome join us for our K-5 Math Collaborative Learning Community (CLC). This workshop series is designed to provide continued learning from the Summer Math Institute with a focus on Visible Learning For Mathematics-What Works Best to Optimize Student Learning written by John Hattie, Douglas Fisher, and Nany Frey.
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School Year2022-2023
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Category529 - Professional Development
SubcategoryCurric: Learning Standards
Provider529 - Professional Development
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Duration6 Hours
LevelSED CODES 1,2,3,4
Total Workshop Days1.0
Credit Hours5.50
Days To Bill1.0
Participants Must Attend All DaysNo
District Always Pays Participant FeeYes
Participant Approval NeededNo
Scoring ExamsNo
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Workshop Full DescCome join us for our K-5 Math Collaborative Learning Community (CLC). This workshop series is designed to provide continued learning from the Summer Math Institute with a focus on Visible Learning for Mathematics-What Works Best to Optimize Student Learning written by John Hattie, Douglas Fisher, and Nany Frey.

Visible Learning for Mathematics: Surface Learning- October 6, 2022
(Olean Main Center-Conference Room C)
Surface learning is the essential foundation that sets the stage for deeper learning. This workshop will focus on practical classroom strategies and routines for surface learning in mathematics. Participants will explore different approaches and participate in exercises most appropriate to surface learning.

Visible Learning for Mathematics: Deep Learning- December 1, 2022
(Belmont Center Multi-purpose Room)
In deep learning, students begin making generalizations and connections between mathematical ideas and can begin to plan, investigate, and elaborate on their learning. Participants will walk through different approaches and participate in exercises that promote deeper learning.

Visible Learning for Mathematics: Transfer Learning & Making Mathematics Visible for All- March 2, 2023
(Sothern Tier West-STW Large Conference Room)
This workshop explores the importance of transfer learning. Participants will discuss formative assessment, feedback, and intervention across all phases and how to support students in becoming observers and owners of their own learning.
Workshop AudienceK-5 Teachers/Teacher Leaders, Mathematics Specialists/Coaches, Instructional Leaders, Principals
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Workshop Objectives-Examine key mathematics strategies that work best at each phase of learning and provide built-in lessons and exercises.
-Understand learning intentions and success criteria and why they are so critical to student growth.
-Explore the three phases of learning-surface, deep, and transfer.
-Discover how to use effect size and other assessment tools to measure student learning.
Assessment of Learning-Participants will actively engage in small group activities and conversations of best practice in mathematics instruction.
-Upon completion of the sessions participants will have an opportunity to reflect on and set goals for improving Tier 1 & 2 instruction.
Workshop Topics, Concepts & ResourcesVisible Learning for Mathematics-What Works Best to Optimize Student Learning-John Hattie, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey
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Submitted For Approval06/03/2022
Approved05/22/2022
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CTLE EligibleYes
Social Worker Continuing EdNo
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Workshop Id2210
Added ByJillian Putnam
BocesCattaraugus-Allegany BOCES
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Entry Date05/12/2022 08:42:48
Last Modified Date06/03/2022 09:56:30

CTLE Activities

  • Content
  • Pedagogy

Seminars

Learning Standards

  • 2 Knowledge of Content and Instruction
  • 3 Instructional Practice
  • 5 Assessment for Learning