Creating Comprehensive Student-Centered Lessons

Participants will actively engage in role-playing as students of varying proficiency levels to understand effective strategies for differentiation and monitoring, culminating in the creation of comprehensive, student-centered lessons to be utilized in their classrooms.

Meeting the Mathematics Standards requires a deep understanding of the skills and concepts addressed in each standard. A thorough discussion of how to incorporate worked examples, follow-up activities, independent practice, extensions, and checks for understanding in daily instructional lessons will take place. Participants will be assigned the roles of students on grade level, below grade level, or above grade level during each lesson. While engaged in each lesson, participants will recognize effective strategies for differentiation and monitoring. A work session will be provided for participants to create comprehensive, student-based lessons. Participants are encouraged to bring classroom resources to use during the work session. Templates for all activities and support documents will be provided.

Intended Audience

Curriculum Specialists
Instructional Coaches
Mathematics Instructors

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