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  • 2021-2022

    Posted by Delia Pogorzelski on 7/7/2021

    Members of the Professional Learning Office have been working tirelessly awaiting your return.  Resources have been prepared or updated.    Curriculum Guides and Content Maps are available for your use.  Our friends at Math Nation have created Suggested Pacing Guides for Algebra (Algebra I, Algebra IA and Algebra IB) as well as for Geometry.  You can access each of these and an assortment of other resources on the Secondary Math SharePoint

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  • Priority Standards

    Posted by Delia Pogorzelski on 7/7/2021

    In the wake of COVID-19, Go Math representatives collaborated with the International Center for Leadership in Education and identified the highest priority standards as focal points by grade level.  These frameworks will assist educators in prioritizing standards most critical to students' success in achieving grade level proficiencies and above, as well as identify specific content from prior grades to be used for scaffolding and reteaching.  These documents may assist teachers in the planning stage of instructional design.  The standards can be accessed by clicking on the link: Essential Content Frameworks.

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  • Free Tutoring

    Posted by Delia Pogorzelski on 11/9/2020 9:00:00 AM

    The Chiles Mu Alpha Theta club offers tutoring in math both on a volunteer and on a paid basis.  Students/parents can request a tutor by e-mailing chilesmaotutoring@gmail.com. 

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  • Q & A Sessions

    Posted by Delia Pogorzelski on 10/23/2020

    On November 2, there will be two one-hour Q & A Sessions held for math teachers.  During each hour, teachers will give brief presentations on a particular topic.  For example, one teacher will be discussing the One Note Application, how she uses it daily and how it helps her students.  She will identify hurdles she encountered using the application and will offer expanations of how the challenges were circumvented.  

    Topics will vary at each session and include Quizzes in Canvas, Student Engagement in the Digital Environment, Using Remind, Utilizing Zoom Break-Out Rooms, Team Planning, Math Nation, Desmos, and PDF Candy.  Please understand these are NOT training sessions; they are brief snapshots from teachers in the field just like you! The schedule, the Zoom links, and the videotapes will be posted in the folder entiled Q & A Sessions on the Secondary Math SharePoint.
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  • How Can We Assist You?

    Posted by Denise Williams on 3/25/2020

     

     

     

    The Office of Professional Learning has created emergency lessons that can be shared with your students!  LCS has already made copies of the documents and distribution is managed at your site.  If you have secondary math specific questions, please email Denise or Delia. 

     

    The latest FLDOE press release regarding 2019-2020 FSA/EOC can be accessed here.

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  • Secondary Math PD Opportunities

    Posted by Denise Williams on 8/14/2019
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  • August 2019

    Posted by Denise Williams on 7/17/2019

    Fall 2019 Updates

     

    Secondary Math Learning Walks

     

    The Professional Learning Department is offering: Six Essential Expectations for Effective Mathematics Instruction.  Juli Dixon will facilitate the workshop and our developers will groom attendees in the use of these practices throughout the year as you actively participate in the Learning Walks. This commitment will require participants to register for and attend an initial single-day training on September 11, 2019, and four additional days to participate in the Secondary Math Learning Walks.  The Professional Learning Department will pay for the substitutes.

     

    Participants must:

    1) Submit a Secondary Math Learning Walk application signed by your principal (link below)

    2) Register for the initial one-day training with Juli Dixon (link below)  

     

    Learning Walk Application 

    #27761 Six Essential Expectations for Effective Mathematics Instruction with Juli Dixon Training   

     

    Secondary Math District Training 

     

    Training Type: Math updates for the new school year.

    Teacher Group: Secondary Math Department Chairs (all secondary math teachers are welcome)

    Time:  8:30am – 11:30am

    Location: Griffin Middle School Media Center

      

    Secondary Math Training for Beginning Teachers 

     

    Training Type: Math curriculum and digital platform crash course. 

    Teacher Group: New Secondary math teachers ONLY

    Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

    Location: Griffin Middle School Media Center

     

    FDLRS Miccosukee 
     
    Course Description: Differentiating Mathematics Instruction - 30 ESE/SWD Points (Bankable)
    Syllabus here.
     
    This course enables educators to develop, increase and demonstrate knowledge about how to apply the guidelines of differentiating instruction to mathematics instruction. Emphasis is on evidence-based practices structured by a responsive decision-making framework in order for all students to achieve at the highest possible level. Content includes how to use pre-assessment, continuous assessment, and summative assessments to design and deliver effective lessons for initial instruction in mathematics and how to effectively use flexible small group instruction to respond to individual learner needs.

     

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  • Summer 2019

    Posted by Denise Williams on 5/7/2019

    Secondary Mathematics

    #27788 Creating a New Focus for Algebra 1A & Algebra 1B – June 6, 2019 

    #27786 Developing Proficiencies in the Middle School Math Class – June 24-25, 2019 

    #27787 Making Preparations for the New School Year - NOW! – June 26, 2019

     

    The Professional Learning Department

     

    This summer, the Professional Learning Department will be offering: Six Essential Expectations for Effective Mathematics Instruction.  Juli Dixon will facilitate the workshop and our developers will groom attendees in the use of these practices throughout the year as you actively participate in the Learning Walks.  This commitment will require participants to register for and attend one of the initial single-day  trainings either June 13, 2019 or September 11, 2019, and four additional days to participate in the Learning Walks.  The Professional Learning Department will pay for the substitutes.

     

    Participants must:

    1) Submit a Secondary Math Learning Walk application signed by your principal (attached)

    2) Register for one of the initial one-day trainings with Juli Dixon (links below) 

     

    June 13, 2019 

    #27644 Six Essential Expectations for Effective Mathematics Instruction with Juli Dixon Training

    September 11, 2019

    #27761 Six Essential Expectations for Effective Mathematics Instruction with Juli Dixon Training   

     

    Title 1 Conference - June 11-13, 2019

    #27649 Summer 2019 

     


     

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  • Week of March 4, 2019

    Posted by Denise Williams on 3/3/2019

    Spring Break Week 

    March 17 - 22, 2019

     

    Teacher Planning Day

    March 25, 2019

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  • Week of January 21, 2019

    Posted by Denise Williams on 1/21/2019

    FSU Math Fun Day & Circus of Physics

    February 2, 2019

    For more information, click here.

     

    Spring Math Competitions:

    February 2, 2019 – Lincoln Mu Alpha Theta 

    February 9, 2019 – Math Counts (Florida State University) 

    February 16, 2019 – Cobb Mini Mu 

    March 2, 2019 – Rickards Mu Alpha Theta 

     

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