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Where to Start In Order to Gain Momentum? - A Math Mentoring Moment

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This week, California high school mathematics teacher leader Giovanni Patalano returns to continue where we left off last time. While his goal is still clear in that he strives to assist in pushing practice forward in his school and across the district, today we dig into where that work might begin to ensure that there is enough alignment across his team.

Should Gio and his colleagues dig into filling the gap in the canopy of their mathematics program tree by investigating a common curriculum resource or might they begin in the branches, tinkering with different pedagogical practices to seek out small wins?

This is another Math Mentoring Moment Episode where we speak with a member of the Math Moment Maker Community where together we brainstorm strategies and next steps for teachers to overcome pebbles they have in their shoe by growing all six parts of their Mathematics Program.

You’ll Learn:

  • What barriers are blocking the progress of teacher pedagogy shifts in mathematics and how to overcome them;
  • How we can help support our educators to overcome misalignment challenges across a district;
  • How can we focus both on the big picture for district wide goals, while leaving space for different schools to dig into different parts of their mathematics program tree?
  • How can a school level teacher leader help to influence the direction of district wide initiatives when there may be too many priorities and not enough support?

Resources:

Take the Make Math Moments Math Program Assessment Tool [Classroom Teacher & Leader Versions]

Join the Academy - Free for 30 Days

District Leader Resources:

Take the Make Math Moments Math Program Assessment Tool

The Make Math Moments District Planning Workbook [First 3 pages]

Learn About Our District Improvement Program

Are you a district mathematics leader interested in crafting a mathematics professional learning plan that will transform your district mathematics program forever? Book a time to chat with us!


Other Useful Resources and Supports:

Make Math Moments Framework [Blog Article]

Make Math Moments Problem-Based Lessons & Units

Love the show? Text us your big takeaway!

Please help new listeners find the show. Leave a rating or review on your platform.

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This week, California high school mathematics teacher leader Giovanni Patalano returns to continue where we left off last time. While his goal is still clear in that he strives to assist in pushing practice forward in his school and across the district, today we dig into where that work might begin to ensure that there is enough alignment across his team.

Should Gio and his colleagues dig into filling the gap in the canopy of their mathematics program tree by investigating a common curriculum resource or might they begin in the branches, tinkering with different pedagogical practices to seek out small wins?

This is another Math Mentoring Moment Episode where we speak with a member of the Math Moment Maker Community where together we brainstorm strategies and next steps for teachers to overcome pebbles they have in their shoe by growing all six parts of their Mathematics Program.

You’ll Learn:

  • What barriers are blocking the progress of teacher pedagogy shifts in mathematics and how to overcome them;
  • How we can help support our educators to overcome misalignment challenges across a district;
  • How can we focus both on the big picture for district wide goals, while leaving space for different schools to dig into different parts of their mathematics program tree?
  • How can a school level teacher leader help to influence the direction of district wide initiatives when there may be too many priorities and not enough support?

Resources:

Take the Make Math Moments Math Program Assessment Tool [Classroom Teacher & Leader Versions]

Join the Academy - Free for 30 Days

District Leader Resources:

Take the Make Math Moments Math Program Assessment Tool

The Make Math Moments District Planning Workbook [First 3 pages]

Learn About Our District Improvement Program

Are you a district mathematics leader interested in crafting a mathematics professional learning plan that will transform your district mathematics program forever? Book a time to chat with us!


Other Useful Resources and Supports:

Make Math Moments Framework [Blog Article]

Make Math Moments Problem-Based Lessons & Units

Love the show? Text us your big takeaway!

Please help new listeners find the show. Leave a rating or review on your platform.

  continue reading

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