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									   Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10


   Curriculum – Theory                                                    The completion of the first draft of this template is due on April 7, 2010.

1. A. What is the district adopted curriculum for math instruction at your grade level?


      Everyday Math

  B. In what order will the curriculum be presented? (Ex: Order of Chapters, Topics, Books, or Standards?)

In the order of the chapters
 C. What pacing will be followed to ensure all standards are covered?

Use the pacing guide created by 2nd grade teachers.

1st Quarter 1.1-3.6

2nd Quarter 3.7-5.9

3rd Quarter 6.1-8.8

4th Quarter 9.1-12.8

We need a 60 minute uninterrupted math block

We need to look at units 10 and 11 to find out what we can let go of. This will require
us to have conversation with 3rd grade teachers.
    Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10


    Curriculum – Theory
2. What are the essential components of your curriculum          3. What adult behaviors can we observe or documents can
   that must be included in order to say it is being taught         we gather to show the curriculum has been implemented
   with fidelity (as designed)?                                     fully? (Such As…Self reflection/assessment log or journal, Peer
                                                                    reflections/observation, Administrator or team walk-throughs, student work
Mental Math                                                         samples)

                                                                        Charts on display
Math Message
                                                                        Vocabulary on display
Lesson Part 1                                                           Teacher modeling Everyday Math
Lesson Part 2 - student journals, games,                                terms, games, activities, practices
practices, games, fact practice, time and                               Teacher doing formative and
money practice, and manipulatives                                       summative assessments


                                                                        Choice of:
                                                                        Checklists
                                                                        Exit slips
                                                                        Slates
                                                                        Written response to math
                                                                        (notebook)
   Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10


   Instruction - Practice

1. What are the research-based Instructional Practices that will be implemented at your grade level? (Such as…Groupings, active
   students engaged & doing, repetition & guided practice, all logical answers & methods accepted (there are multiple ways to solve problems), real world applications when
   possible, multi-tiered differentiation happening to allow for all students to be challenged, immediate feedback when possible)


       Whole group, small group, and partner instruction
       Multiple ways to solve a problem
       Repetition and practice
       Active students engaged & doing
       Differentiated instruction
       Reteaching
       Games
   a. How will your grade-level implement the mandated 60 minutes / day of math instruction?

Math message, Mental Math, Lesson part 1 and Lesson Part 2 (see above)
We need 60 minutes allocated for math

   b. Who will be responsible for implementing each part of the math instruction at your grade level?

       The classroom teacher
   Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10


   Instruction & Practice
2. What adult behaviors can we observe or documents can we gather to show the instruction & practice has been implemented
fully? (Such As…Self reflection/assessment log or journal, Peer reflections/observation, Administrator or team walk-throughs, student work samples)
       Charts
       Vocabulary on display
       Teacher modeling Everyday Math terms, games, activities, practices
       Teacher doing formative and summative assessments
       Checklists
       Grades in grade book
       Facilitating small groups
 Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10


 Assessment & Reflection – (mastery & understanding)
 1. What are the benchmarks & indicators to be assessed at your grade level?

See page 123-127 of the Academic Content Standards book

We’ll copy/paste the standards here

      Assessments will be based on the Ohio Academic Content Standards. Any EDM skills that go
      above and beyond the standards will be considered “exposure” to aid in the spiraling effect
      of the curriculum.




 2.   How often will students be assessed for mastery of the benchmarks?   At the end of each unit, weekly
      test on a variety of skills

  What will these assessments look like?   End of the unit tests, some math boxes, mid-year and
  end-year tests, supplemental quizzes and worksheets
   Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10




   Assessment & Reflection – (mastery & understanding)
3. How will mastery of each benchmark be tracked for          4. How will teachers report & reflect on data collected by the
   each student?                                                 assessments? (ex. Data teams)

Checklists                                                    Bullet students not mastering the tasks on
Gradebooks                                                    checklists
Teacher notes
                                                              Parent teacher conferences as needed
We need a team to compare Ohio Standards mastery to           Reteaching or redirecting instruction
where it appears in EDM before we can create assessments
  Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10




  Assessment & Reflection – (mastery & understanding)
6. What adult behaviors can we observe or documents can we gather to show the assessment & reflection has been
   implemented fully? (Such As…Self reflection/assessment log or journal, Peer reflections/observation, Administrator or team walk-throughs, student work samples)
    Teacher will read tests and math boxes aloud to students
    Choice of:
    Students working on slates
    Exit slips
    Teacher using check lists
 Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10




 Standard Protocol for Intervention – Tier 2 strategies
1. How will teachers know which students need intervention?                      2. When will students receive interventions? (Length of time –
                                                                                    when they will meet, how long the session will last?)
Check lists
                                                                                 Parent volunteers
Grades
                                                                                 During self selected reading time
Observation
                                                                                 Center time
Data collection

3. Who will instruct the intervention? What will the student – teacher ratio be?


       Classroom teacher and parent volunteers



4. What will the intervention practices look like? (How will it be covered, re-taught, practiced?)
 Math Grade Level Protocol Template Grade level 2 Contact Sandy Mishey Date 4.23.10




 Standard Protocol for Intervention – Tier 2 strategies
5.   How will progress be measured? How do we know when they “graduate” out or to a smaller intervention group? (tier 2b)




6. What adult behaviors can we observe or documents can we gather to show the intervention has been implemented fully?
   (Such As…Self reflection/assessment log or journal, Peer reflections/observation, Administrator or team walk-throughs, student work samples)

								
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