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Math Dept Professional Learning Community Weekly Agendas/Minutes
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Common Core Standards
PLC Log Template.doc
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Recorders fill out this form electronically, send back to PLC members and Bridget.
Rotating Facilitator Recorder.doc
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Rotator/Facilitator
Schedule
Math PLC notes1.xls
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Aug 12, 2010 Inservice Collaborative Product
Algebra 1 Essential Skills
Math Students of the Month
Since Oct 6, 2010  our weekly minutes are google documents.
Agenda for October 6, 2010
Facilitator: HopeRecorder: Tanya
John Schauer guest speaker on EED assessment
Bring laptops
PLC Cal Test Online Assessment notes
Oct 1 District PLC with Jeff Overlie & Learning Targets
Creating and utilizing common assessments that both monitor and promote student learning.
What is it we expect our students to learn
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Essential Learnings and Learning Targets
How will we know when they have learned it
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Formative and common assessment, data anaylsis
How will we respond when they don't learn
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Intervention, assessments, student goals, students do item analysis of strengths and weaknesses, data analysis
How will we respond when they already know it
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Provide extensions of the learning targets  stretch, foreshadow
District secondary math teachers collaborated on an activity that bridged algebra 1 essential learnings to the district algebra 1 curriculum, 9th grade GLEs, and the district algebra 1 first semester common assessment.
Samantha’s original plan
1) Assign groups to the different essential learnings from Algebra 1 (dev on August 12)
2) Deconstruct the essential learnings
3) Ask teachers to look at a couple of learning targets for that particular essential learning (2 or 3 at the most)
4) Write assessments for those learning targets
5) Share out to the whole group
6) Collect them and share with all the math teachers
BE
Have been looking at 10 important issues questions
School Survey
Samantha attended; technology
Lathrop
Readdressed norms
Freshman intervention modeled after English dept
Common assessment for first quarter algebra 1
School improvement plan SBA results
PLC evaluation rubric form
Hutch
Scheduling issues looked at SBA per student
EL – one person teaching a class, need other school input
Formative assessment – student names on Popsicle sticks
Samantha presented lesson differentiation
North Pole
Revisited group norms
Initiated a rotating facilitator/recorder schedule
Technology  Mangahigh
Samantha presented examples of geometry EL
Geometry EL – need explicitly entrance requirements into classes, only teaching geo/trig
Monthly meeting for teaching same subject
Completed PLC district selfassessment rubric
WV
Assessment – focus on student learning, deemphasizing homework for points, still assigning homework, not necessarily grading it for as many points in the past
All math teachers are using concept quizzes, 24 question formative assessment
Have found this strategy valuable in assessing what students have learned
Have taken out the fluff piece of the grade, be in more charge of individual learning
Minutes Sept 29, 2010
Facilitator: Erin
Recorder: Hope
All present
Everyone handed back their survey to Teresa for Oct. 1
Looked at essential learnings from previous week
Boulder Valley seemed to be the best
 the rest looked like they came from a textbook
we could use BV as a base to write NPH’s
Geometry
When students need help, remind them of Wednesday morning in the library for tutoring
Possible solutions to tutoring?
College kids
High school students
Geometry vs Geo/Trig
Will we have to change?
We found out that the amount of sections we had previous to this year, was similar to the other high schools
What do we do?
Quick discussion on educational reform
Robyn Sped kids not doing well in Geo/Trig
Need prerequisite for Geometry
Collins has a class like this
Ann will follow up with this to see how this works
What is the plan for resource kids after Alg I?
Eric Wall is math certified;
Teresa will check on this
Robyn White boards
Found them in a catalog; doesn’t know quality or if flexible or hard; $125/30; come with
Markers and wipes
Matthewcould use shower board w/edge molding
could laminate graph paper
Teresa will ask for money for white boards
Oct 1 bring computer
Teresa will bring chocolate
will listen to Jeff Overlie about learning targets
We will identify 3 targets for 1 essential learning
Collectively come up with one
Alg 1 final
Is shorter so be prepared to come up with more if needed
Do we need prerequisites for 1.5?
No, Tanya feels kids sorted well, nothing to be done at this time
Alg II F’s for Sem 1 will go to 1.5
Let counselors know electives are not going backwards
HW
Need class sizes per periodemail Teresa
Next week come back w/ideas for Geometry essential learnings
Next week:
John Schauer and assessments
Bring laptops
Talk about breakout groupsRobyn
Agenda Sept 29, 2010
Facilitator: Erin
Recorder: Hope
Assessments
Essential learning for all classes – pre requisite – info from Samantha
PLC – copy turn in and bring back
PLC Rubric NPHS Math Dept.doc
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Math Dept PLC SelfAssessment
Minutes from Sept 22, 2010
Facilitator: Robyn Atkins
Recorder: Erin Richgels
Attendance
All present
Guests: Dustin (student teacher) and Samantha Wuttig
Work Keys will be taken by all Juniors on Nov 4th from 8 – 12
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This is a state wide testing day
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A sample WorkKeys assessment is on the wiki
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Start selling to junior classes
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The eed website good stuff on workkeys
Complete the survey that was given to you by Bridget. Photo copy it before you hand it in and back the copy with you next week so Theresa can have the information for next weeks inservice.
Samantha Wuttig
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Summary of what other schools are working on:
Lathrop working an Algebra
Eielson ??
West Valley – The department is giving homework but not grading the homework. They are giving short concept quizzes daily.
Hutchinson – looking at data, Possibly  SBA’s, Midquarters??
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Integrated Algebra – most schools do two years. We will look at data to see how many students go from integrated to algebra, and fail algebra I.
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Samantha showed essential learning from Boulder Valley course syllabus(the most popular among the group), and other sources. We will all
receive a copy of the examples we looked at from Samantha.
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The math curriculum will be up for review in two years.
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Samantha will ask other schools about sections of geometry vs geo/trig and see how they are placing students in each class.
Will Algebra 1.5 vs Algebra 2 turn into a problem like geometry and geo/trig? Algebra 1.5 is not NCAA accredited, this could be a problem???
How are teachers using manga high for a grade?
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Ann – log sheet ‘bluff’ really grades as participation points
Set number of challenges, then they can play the games
Excuse a student who is gone
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Theresa – Columns in grade book  gold, silvers, bronze
Logged in as students to find out how many medals they have
Counted as bonus points in the test category
Gold – 7
Silver –
Bronze 
Homework
Complete the survey individually, turn into Brigit and bring back next week.
Look over email from Samantha and bring those back next week.
Next week
Assessments
Essential learning for all classes – pre requisite – info from Samantha
PLC – copy turn in and bring back
John Schauer will actually not be at plc next week he will be at PLC the following week to show us how to do the online assessments from the eed website.
Agenda
Sept 22, 2010
Facilitator: Robyn Atkins
Recorder: Erin Richgels
Attendance
Guests: Samantha Wuttig
Samantha Wuttig presentation
Geometry_ELOs via Samantha Sept 22.pdf
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Geo trig essential learnings course syllabus via Samantha Sept 22.pdf
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Manitou Spring Geometry via Samantha Sept 22.pdf
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math_geometry via Samantha Sept 22.pdf
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Discussion of Geometry Essential Learnings
Anyone want to email specific thoughts to me and I will put them in so we can stay on track better?
Old Business
1. Mangahigh.com
a. Account increased to 800
b. More discussion of inclusion in grading
2. Assessments
a. Check out
http://www.kutasoftware.com/free.html
Sign up for 15 day free trial to use software.
 Create formative assessments
Print and save worksheets as PDF
3. Essential Learnings for all math courses
a. We need to create clear guidelines for student placement and counseling
including course prerequisites
Geometry needs to have strict entrance criteria
b. Assessments for entry into:
Integrated Algebra or Alg. 1
Geometry or Geo. Trig.
Alg. 1.5 or Alg. 2
c. Will revisit Essential Leanings next PLC meeting
New Business
1. Essential Learnings (See Old Business)
a. Start with Geometry and Geo. Trig.
guidelines
prerequisites
entrance assessment
other???
2. Work Keys (November 4th Juniors in Library and Gym 8:0012:00)
Work Keys Practice Math Test.pdf
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Work Keys Practice Math Test
Work Key Math Levels Characteristics.pdf
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Work Keys Math Level Characteristics
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Occupations linked to Work Keys Skill Levels
3. PLC Rubric discussion...complete paperwork for Bridget.
Other
1.
http://www.brightstorm.com/math
This site has short math video clips for all levels of math. The geometry clips align well with the Key Curriculum geometry textbook. (Teresa)
2. Examples of formative assessments  frequent, short, quick feedback (Teresa)
Kuta Ch2 Angle Relationships within Parallel Lines.pdf
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From Kuta software
MCM Sept 13 LIMITS1.pdf
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Multiple Choice Monday
FRF Sept 17 LIMITS.pdf
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Free Response Friday
Next Facilitator: Erin Richgels
Next Recorder: Hope Swoffer
Early out Sept 18th in Library with Bridget
PLC Early Out Sept 17 Staff List.pdf
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Staff generated words from list six characteristics of a PLC
PLC Rubric from Bridget Sept 2010.pdf
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Discuss at Sept 22nd PLC math meeting.
Agenda
September 15
, 2010
Facilitator: Ann Ferree
Recorder: Robyn Atkins
Attendance
All present
Guests: Dustin (student teacher) and Bridget
Old Business
1. Mangahigh.com
a. Email Daniel Bauer for help setting up class lists or general questions.
daniel.bauer@mangahigh.com
1960 School ID
Copy student lists into magnahigh
Increase size of magnahigh account – now at 800 everyone should be able to put in students
Lessons are based on grade level and class type
Discussion of how to include in gradebook: (only two teachers grading currently)
TH Points earned by meeting teacher’s challenges set at the beginning of the chapter/unit
AF signoff chart for in the lab  currently collecting data and deciding on grading
b. Training for the website is needed.
Youtube videos under “Link to you” at the bottom of the page
c. Could be an activity station for students during PLC.
2. Assessments
a. Check out
http://www.kutasoftware.com/free.html
Sign up for 15 day free trial to use software.
 Create formative assessments
Print and same worksheets as PDF
3. Essential Learnings for all math courses
a. We need to create clear guidelines for student placement and counseling
including course prerequisites
Geometry needs to have strict entrance criteria
b. Assessments for entry into:
Integrated Algebra or Alg. 1
Geometry or Geo. Trig.
Alg. 1.5 or Alg. 2
c. Will revisit Essential Leanings next PLC meeting
New Business
1. Essential Learnings (See Old Business)
a. Start with Geometry and Geo. Trig.
guidelines
prerequisites
entrance assessment
other???
2. Work Keys (November)
Other
1.
2.
Samantha Wuttig will be presenting at the next meeting and we will be focusing on Geometry and Geo/Trig essential learnings and goals
Next Facilitator: Robyn Atkins
Next Recorder Erin Richgels
Agenda
Sept 8, 2010
Facilitator: Teresa
Recorder: Ann
Attendance
Read notes from last PLC meeting (library with Bridget)
Old Business:
Rotate Faciliator Recorder  see attachment, review and approve
Finalize group norms  see WV and our list of group norm attachments
Essential Learnings  reference Math PLC August 12 Inservice attachment
Spring 2010 goals 
daily post lesson objective
passing rate Algebra I and Geometry/Trig classes
give at least five practice SBA/HSQGE ( other classes SAT) questions weekly
(AP Math  MC Mondays and Free Response Fridays)
New Business:
Mangahigh.com update (this could be an activity station for students during PLC)
Free worksheets 
http://www.kutasoftware.com/free.html
(download 15 day free trial) exit slips, common assessment resource
Essential Learnings for Integrated Math, Geo/Trig, Algebra II, PreCalculus???
NPHS Math Dept Group Norms.doc
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North Pole Math Department Group Norms
Rotating Facilitator Recorder.doc
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Facilitator Recorder Schedule
Math PLC notes1.xls
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FNSBSD Math PLC notes
Wed, Sept 1, 2010
Staff met with Bridget in the library.
Mon May 17, 2010
All Present
Smart Goal: 90% of Algebra 1 S1 will earn a final grade of D or better and 90% of Algebra 1 S2 will earn a final grade of D or better.
20102011 75% Algebra 1 S1 will earn final grade of C or better and 75% Algebra 1 S2 will earn final grade of C or better in addition to 20092010 Smart Goal.
20102011 Smart Goal Geo/Trig 90% of Geo/Trig S1 will earn a final grade of D or better, 75% will earn a C or better. The same for S2
Discuss in Fall
Prominently Post lesson objective every day
Weekly give 5 question SBA formative assessment
If teaching geo/trig, use HSGQE math reference sheets. Put these in notebooks. Use protractor and rulers.
Group Norms
were established
Start and end on time
Do no grade papers
Respect each other
Listen to each other
Guests are invited
Group consensus needed for making decisions
Participate on wiki by using materials
Participate on wiki by adding materials
Participate on wiki by contributing to discussion threads
Wed April 14
All Present
Wed April 7
All Present
Wed March 31
All Present
The focus of the meeting addressed the highlighted chapters from Advancing Formative Assessment.
Advancing Formative Assessment
Ch1 Lay of the Land (Essential Elements of Formative Assessment)
Ch2 Leveling the Playing Field (Sharing Learning Targets and Criteria for Success)
Ch3 Shifting from Correcting to Informing (FEEDBACK that FEEDS Forward)
Ch4 Achieving More with Focus (Fostering Student Goal Setting)
Ch5 Helping Goal Setters become Active Goal Getters (Role of Student SelfAssessment)
Ch6 Enriching Classroom Discourse (Planning for and Asking for Strategic Questions)
Ch7 Value Critical Thinking and Inquiry (Engaging Students in asking Effective Questions)
Ch8 Create Culture of Intentional Learning (Taking Formative Assessment School Wide)
Teresa shared Mangahigh.com website link she began using with her algebra and geo/trig students. John has been communicating with Mangahigh.com for pricing and curriculum alignment questions.
Mangahigh.com
From March 29 email:
Everyone,
This is a very cool website. I plan to use this for HSGQE and SBA Review this week. It works much the same way that EED formative assessments work. The upgrade from the free BASIC school account includes an analysis toolkit. The software comes out of UK, so the spellings of some words are different, other words are used such as gradient instead of slope, but it appears to be very good. I'll give a training at our PLC this week. It is something everyone can use, appeals to students, provides immediate feedback to the student, accessible 24/7 by the student.
Teresa
Wed March 24
All Present
NPHS Home has link for HSGQE and SBA Practice Tests.
Use Twitter to communicate to students homework assignment.
50 Ways to Use Twitter in Classroom
Part of the meeting addressed the highlighted chapters.
Advancing Formative Assessment
Ch1 Lay of the Land (Essential Elements of Formative Assessment)
Ch2 Leveling the Playing Field (Sharing Learning Targets and Criteria for Success)
Ch3 Shifting from Correcting to Informing (FEEDBACK that FEEDS Forward)
Ch4 Achieving More with Focus (Fostering Student Goal Setting)
Ch5 Helping Goal Setters become Active Goal Getters (Role of Student SelfAssessment)
Ch6 Enriching Classroom Discourse (Planning for and Asking for Strategic Questions)
Ch7 Value Critical Thinking and Inquiry (Engaging Students in asking Effective Questions)
Ch8 Create Culture of Intentional Learning (Taking Formative Assessment School Wide)
Formative Assessment in Every Classroom Part 1.pdf
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Formative Assessment in Every Classroom Part 2.pdf
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Wed Mar 17
All Present
Teresa shares the six elements of formative assessment.
Math Assessment
Wed Mar 3
All Present
Read
Advancing Formative Assessment in Every Classroom
Six Elements of Formative Assessment
Sharing Learning Targets and Criteria for Success
Feedback that feeds Forward
Student Goal Setting
Student SelfAssessment
Strategic Teacher Questioning
Engaging Students in Asking Effective Question
PLC Conference Report
Wed Feb 24
PLC Conference Phoenix Arizona
Wed Feb 17
Wed Feb 10
Wed Feb 3
Probe, Diagnose, Respond
AP Professional Development Project
Formative Assessment Cycle Explained
APCPD_FA_Framework.pdf
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Dan Kennedy on Assessment
Edutopia Article on PLCs
Wed Jan 27
Members present: Erin, Hope, Ann, Teresa, Tanya, Chuck
Wed Jan 20
Members present: Erin, Hope, Ann, Teresa, Tanya, Chuck, Lenny
Mon Jan 18 PLC Meeting
Members present: Erin, Hope, Ann, Teresa, Tanya, Chuck, Lenny
Master schedule 20102011
Discussed Geometry/Trig vs Geometry
Wed Jan 13 PLC Meeting
Members present: Erin, Hope, Ann, Teresa, Tanya, Chuck.
Action taken during meeting:
Agenda:
Integrated Algebra passing rate
Trailer Algebra passing rate
Algebra 1 passing rate
Geometry/Trig passing rate
Algebra 2 passing rate
Share student finals, examine student work, examine teacher grading
Friday Dec 11 PLC Meeting
Members present: Erin, Hope, Ann, Teresa, Lenny. Absent: Tanya and Chuck called in sick.
Action taken during meeting:
Teresa reported we need to collect all our student textbooks and leave them on classroom desks. During break, textbooks will have bars inserted into them for computerized checkout. We will then reissue textbooks after break.
Ann wrote down Hope's Periods 1 and 4 will receive her nongraphing calculators for the first day of finals and Chuck's will borrow Tanya's nongraphing calculators for his period 4. Hope will give the calc to Teresa for day 2 and Teresa will give the calcs back to Ann for day 3 of finals.
Discussed the need to split the final into two sections before the final.
Discussed the need for two versions of Algebra 1 to be given instead of only one version.
Lenny reported on Math in the Trades is a go for next semester.
Teresa will work on the computer lab schedule for 2nd semester. Was discussed to use GSP one day with Algebra 1.
Teresa asked everyone to bring their Algebra 1 student finals to the next PLC meeting for others to view student work and grading.
Discussed briefly the upcoming 2nd semester revised schedule and what each are doing within their advisory groups.
Agenda:
Smart Goal Algebra 1 (in red from Dec 4)
Textbooks over break
Calculators for Algebra 1 Final
2nd Semester Master Schedule (meeting with counselors next Tuesday)
Computer Schedule for 2nd semester
Joint meeting with Career Tech?
Friday Dec 4 PLC Meeting
Members present: Teresa, Erin, Ann, Hope, Tanya, Chuck, Lenny and AC
Action taken during meeting:
Discussed final version of Smart Goal for Algebra 1
Current Reality: Last year, 82% of Algebra 1 S1 earned a final grade of D or better and 81% of Algebra 1 S2 earned a final grade of D or better.
Current Reality: Last year, 52% of Algebra 1 S1 earned a final grade of C or better and 60% of Algebra 1 S2 earned a final grade of C or better.
Smart Goal: 90% of Algebra 1 S1 will earn a final grade of D or better and 90% of Algebra 1 S2 will earn a final grade of D or better.
Revised Smart Goal for 20102011 75% Algebra 1 S1 will earn final grade of C or better and 75% Algebra 1 S2 will earn final grade of C or better in addition to 20092010 Smart Goal.
20102011 Smart Goal Geo/Trig
90% of Geo/Trig S1 will earn a final grade of D or better, 75% will earn a C or better. The same for S2.
Passed out Algebra 1 S1 Final with answer key.
Erin, Ann, and Tanya shared their experiences with the PLATO training.
Chuck shared Bridges to Algebra training.
AC gave a synopsis of North Pole's role in implementing the district DOD grant targeted towards approximately 60 military students and 60% of NPHS students who are not proficient in math.
Lenny reported Math for the Trades is a go for next semester and requested student referrals.
Ann and Tanya discussed the need to write an placement test from Integrated Algebra 1 to Algebra 1.
Agenda:
Update Algebra 1 final review
Common assessment Algebra 1 S1 Final  check about scoring rubric
Math in the Trades
Joint meeting with Career Tech Dept
Friday Nov 20 PLC Meeting
Members present: Teresa, Erin, Ann, Hope, Tanya, Hope, Chuck. Lenny absent
Action taken during meeting:
SMART goal determined. Algebra 1 data from 20082009 shared.
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Discussed need to write assessment to move from Integrated A Sem 2 to Algebra 1 S2 1st semester.
Teresa shared punchline sheets for essential skills on Algebra 1 S1 final that are not aligned with Key Curriculum Algebra 1 textbook.
Teresa emailed department zip file of punchline sheets.
Agenda:
Review Algebra 1 passing rate SMART goal
Design specific 2nd quarter common assessment.
Schedule time it will be given.
Schedule time it will be analyzed.
Friday Nov 13 PLC Meeting
Members present: Teresa, Erin, Ann, Chuck, Tanya, Lenny. Hope called in absent.
Action taken during meeting:
Shared counseling time line for master schedule 20092010.
Counseling Timeline.pdf
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Shared PLC common assessment documents given out by AC Nov 11 at dept head mtg.
Why Common Assessments.pdf
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Shared NPHS Math grade distribution data given out by AC Nov 11 dept head mtg.
NPHS Math Dept Data & Class Size.pdf
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Still waiting for algebra 1 data 2008/2009 passing rate to complete 2009/2010 Algebra 1 SMART goal.
Discussed solving inequalities, function notation, domain, range and other chapter 7 topics required for 1st Sem Algebra Final
Discussed the need to address integrated algebra students transition to algebra 1 next year and impact on the master schedule (read email sent to AC).
Erin will collaborate with Hope and identify the essential skills for Algebra II.
Agenda
Review Algebra 1 passing rate SMART goal
Design specific 2nd quarter common assessment.
Schedule time it will be given.
Schedule time it will be analyzed.
Friday Oct 30 PLC Meeting
Members present: Teresa, Erin, Hope, Ann, Chuck, Lenny. Tanya called in sick.
Action taken during meeting:
Reviewed PLC website examples for a school district and school within this wiki.
Discussed Integrated Algebra thread proposal of overlapping integrated math between 8th and 9th grade years
Discussed what is needed to write SMART goals
Lenny will get the previous passing rate for Algebra 1 students 200809 school year.
Teresa will compose SMART goal with Algebra 1 passing rate data by next meeting.
Teresa shared an exit slip formative assessment  students match graphs with equations written in slope intercept form.
Chuck proposed with Erin supporting that another SMART goal be written for increasing the enrollment of higher level math classes.
Teachers, Hope and Anne, shared they are using the practice Algebra 1 semester final problems as warmups and/or exit slip assessments.
Agreed to skip 4.5 and 4.6 of Ch4 as there is a need to focus on more algebraic manipulations. Our textbook is slightly out of alignment with the district final common assessment.
Before next meeting, members will add to the wiki or respond to the discussion threads.
Ideas for Team SMART Goals.doc
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(AC document via email Oct 29)
Before Meeting Agenda Possibilities
Review Algebra 1 Sem 1 practice final problems.
Find problems for reviewing Ch14.
Create and post exit ticket problems on wiki.
Use exit ticket problems within an agreed time period.
Discuss essential skills from first semester test that are not covered in first six chapters of textbook.
Plan the remaining 2nd quarter (Ch4, Ch5 and missing essential skills)
Assign group role  recorder, timekeeper
Friday Oct 23 PLC Meeting
All math teachers were present and one counselor.
Teresa demonstrated adding to the wiki referencing the Algebra I Essential Skills tables that John S. helped insert. The tables will gradually be filled in with textbook page numbers, activities, lessons that address each essential skill.
Group Norms
were established
Start and end on time
Do no grade papers
Respect each other
Listen to each other
Guests are invited
Group consensus needed for making decisions
Participate on wiki by using materials
Participate on wiki by adding materials
Participate on wiki by contributing to discussion threads
From Isolation to Collaboration.pdf
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Effective Teams Timeline Product.pdf
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What Does a PLC Look Like.pdf
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(Shared during Oct 21 Dept Head mtg)
Exit tickets
were discussed as possible common assessments. Some teachers have been using this assessment strategy to check for student understanding. Refer to Algebra 1 Ch 4 on wiki for examples.
Wednesday Oct 7 Math Dept Mtg
Group selected Algebra 1 to analyze, write essential skills.
National Essential Skills Study (NESS) Results
(This website was discussed at the Oct 7 Dept Head mtg.)
All Things PLC Website
An Example of a School PLC Website
An Example of a Math Dept PLC
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Math Dept Professional Learning Community Weekly Agendas/Minutes
Algebra 1 Essential Skills
Math Students of the Month
Since Oct 6, 2010  our weekly minutes are google documents.
Agenda for October 6, 2010
Facilitator: HopeRecorder: Tanya John Schauer guest speaker on EED assessment
 Bring laptops
PLC Cal Test Online Assessment notes