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Powerful Math Practices

Author: RayMiller Andrew
Description: Please read each indicator and slide it into the category you think it best fits. The first two categories are powerful math practices we focused on last year. The last two are the two that will be of focus this year.
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1. Balanced Approach
2. Assignments that Matter
3. Formative Assessment
4. Questions %26 Feedback

0. factual, procedural, and conceptual understanding
1. students apply the most efficient strategy to work
2. teacher asks targeted questions
3. acknowledges existence of misconceptions
4. items present abstract or real-world scenarios
5. teacher provides complex assignments
6. questions require analyzing, synthesizing, and predicting
7. make adjustments to instruction in the moment
8. non-routine items that promote a balance
9. students required to problem solve and reason
10. requires all students to formuate a response
11. summarize the lesson by student and teacher reflect
12. links lesson with learning for previous instruction
13. teacher frames assignment and articulates purpose
14. students with different approaches share ideas
15. reflects on conceptual and procedural connections
16. Students choose appropriate tools
17. teacher articulates success criteria and feedback
18. students always provided appropriate time
19. collaboration encompasses sharing of ideas, justifying...
20. students justify selected tools appropriateness
21. students engage in productive discussions
22. students engage in productive struggle
23. problems help acknowledge misconceptions
24. students use multiple procedures to solve
25. productive discussions are not prompted by teacher
26. feedback emphasizes conceptual understanding
27. students have time to explore misconceptions
28. student critique different strategies
29. students are engaged with the mathand see relevance
30. unprompted, students ask question of one another
31. students can clarify their misconceptions