Teaching to the Rigor of the NJSLS in Mathematics

Teaching to the rigor of the NJSLS in Mathematics will require instructional changes in the classroom

Teaching to the rigor of the NJSLS in Mathematics will require instructional changes in the classroom. This workshop will discuss higher-order questioning techniques, methods for choosing carefully planned examples, models for collecting daily student data, examples of differentiation, and formative/summative assessment strategies. All of these are designed to meet the rigorous expectations of the NJSLS. Participants will experience the rigor of the Standards through student-centered activities and will have opportunities to create NJSLA Type I, II and III items for their classrooms. Participants are encouraged to bring classroom resources to use for creating items. Templates and support documents will be provided.

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Curriculum Specialists
Administrators
Mathematics Instructors

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