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Stanford Math Professional Stanford Math Professional Development:Development:

2010 Refresher Information2010 Refresher Information

© 2009 EPGY Stanford University

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Our goal is to differentiate, no matter what the skill level of the student

What is the Goal?What is the Goal?

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Stanford Math is available to all MCS Students

in grades K-12. It is strongly recommended

for the students designated as “Intervention”

students in Grades 3-7.

Who uses Stanford MathWho uses Stanford Math

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In the near future we will send out a list of your students designated as Intervention students.

Until further notice students will be designated as Intervention students based on their TCAP scores from 2009.

Who are my intervention students?Who are my intervention students?

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Intitial Placement Test (IPT)Intitial Placement Test (IPT)

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We are going to offer an initial

Grade placement test (Optional) that

will be available to help get your

students working on an appropriate

level.

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Stanford’s Usage GoalsStanford’s Usage Goals

Our usage goal continues to be 90-100 minutes per week with the targeted intervention students.

We are going to work hard this year to improve the CFA’s (Correct First Attempts). This is equally important to the number of minutes worked.

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How can I improve CFA’sHow can I improve CFA’s

Monitor your student reports and work

with your SSA (Russ McSwain) to make

sure your students are working on the

grade level appropriate for them.

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But I don’t know how to run reportsBut I don’t know how to run reports

I will be happy to set up a time and day to give a PD at your school focusing strictly on running and analyzing reports.

…or you can sign up to take one of our Master Teacher Courses this Fall that will show you everything you need to know about reports. Sign-up will begin in Mid-August on Avatar.

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Best PracticesBest Practices

90- 100 minutes per week

These minutes should occur with regular use, such as:

o 20 minutes a day

o 30 minutes, three times a week

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The Curriculum for MathThe Curriculum for Math

K-7 Mathematics Course

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Session ComponentsSession ComponentsMath Races: Important for improving speed and accuracy.

Lectures: Mini-lessons that provide base of knowledge

Exercises: Problem solving to move through the curriculum

Motion: Determines mastery, next concepts and exercises

Hints: Remediation when first response is not correct

Students are given two chances to answer a question correctly before moving onto another exercise.

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Content StrandsContent Strands Number Sense: Integers

Number Sense: Decimals and Fractions

Geometry

Logic and Reasoning

Measurement

Data/Statistics/Probability

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The Teacher’s RoleThe Teacher’s Role

Even though students should work independently as much as possible, the need for teacher support must be emphasized

Teachers should walk around the room, observe, generally “be there” for the students

Teachers should coach and motivate students to do their best

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How is progress monitored?How is progress monitored?

Through the monitoring of reports

* Reports are easily accessible to teachers and administrators.

*Students and parents may also view reports.

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What is the CMS?What is the CMS? An online management system to:

o Monitor and track student progresso Create reports for any period of timeo Print out student account informationo Replay student sessionso Manage course settings for both individual

students and the entire classo Adjust parameters including grade placemento Make specific assignments

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How Do I Sign On?How Do I Sign On?

With a click on the desktop icon

http://epgyschools.stanford.edu/sma

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Login ScreenLogin Screen

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Home PageHome Page

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REPORTS

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Class Report

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Individual Progress SummaryIndividual Progress Summary

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Individual Session CalendarIndividual Session Calendar

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One Day’s WorkOne Day’s Work

Replay Session

Replay Session

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Individual Concept SummaryIndividual Concept Summary

StrandByStrand

StrandByStrand

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New Feature to Stanford MathNew Feature to Stanford Math

State Standards Browser: allows you to find exercises in our program that match the SPI’s you are working on in class.

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CorrelationsCorrelations

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Standards BrowserStandards Browser

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Helpful Tips for Students

Use the Tab key to move to the next answer box Click enter after answering Work for accuracy then speed Try again when an answer is incorrect Use scratch paper Record vocabulary in your notebook You can listen to the lecture more than once Use End Session followed by Quit to finish before

your session ends automatically

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SummarySummary Identify Students most in need of intervention

o Allow them to use the program 90-100 minutes per week. (20-30 minute sessions)

o Monitor their progress (Especially CFA’s)

o Work with Stanford Representative to adjust grade placements if needed.

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Requesting Support Send an e-mail description of

your problem to:

[email protected]

or

call me at 901-734-7999

© 2009 EPGY Stanford University

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Questions ?Questions ?