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April 15, 2014

Agenda Outcomes Code of Cooperation

Guidelines
Take a few minutes to read through the guidelines

EVAAS Probability of 70% or greater

Level III or higher on math EOG

OR
Level III or higher on math EOG & final grade of 4 in

standards based grading or C in previous course


Honors the work of those students currently working with more rigorous content and being successful regardless of EVAAS score

Questions

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Parent Waiver Teacher Waiver

Process: Form is completed and returned to the current school principal.


The principal will approve or deny the waiver request.

Questions?

Session #1: Monday, March 17, 2014 Location: Salem Middle Time: 9:30am 10;30am Session #2: Wednesday, March 19, 2014 Location: Heritage Middle Time: 5:30pm 6:30pm Session #3: Monday, March 24, 2014 Location: West Lake Middle Time: 5:30pm 6:30pm Session #4: Wednesday, March 25, 2014 Location: East Millbrook Middle Time: 9:30am 10:30am Session #5 Monday, April 14, 2014 Location: Wake Forest Middle School Time: 5:30 6:30pm Session #6: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Location: Davis Drive Middle School Time: 5:30pm 6:30pm

Take a few minutes to look through the MS

Math Website
Thoughts? Additions?

Posted on all school websites

http://wake-ms-math.weebly.com

What is it?

Covers 2.5 years of content in one school year. It

covers 6th, 7th, and half of 8th grade content


Accelerative option that does not involve skipping content Requires a student who is ready to both pick up content quickly and

at times independently.

How will schools deliver this?


Traditional Classroom Model Blended Instruction (Math 6 Plus class with online learning modules for

Math 7 Plus content) Virtual Classroom Model

EOG/EOC Review on CMAPP Released EOGs and EOC 20 Sample Questions per Domain

1 Game per Domain


Additional Review Documents Calculators for testing Batteries

Testing Strategies PowerPoint

Practice Grid-in examples from WCPSS PLTs


Vocabulary Review Websites to help review Formulas students might need to know DPI Grid-ins and FAQs Instructions for

clearing the calculators

http://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/acre/assessment/math.pdf

Updates to CMAPP for 14-15


6 and 6 PLUS some units have been moved around

and slight adjustments to some of the days 7 and 7 PLUS minor changes 8 and Math I minor changes Benchmark windows New Sequence Charts coming SOON!!

Math I EOC Change in Levels

Not Proficient Proficient


1 1 2 3 4 2 3 4 5

DPI Handout
Old New

On-Grade-Level Proficient College-Career Ready

Changes in Levels

Old

New

Proficient

4 3

On-Grade-Level Proficient

Not Proficient

1 Standard Error below the old level 3 cutoff (2-3 scale score points)

College-Career Ready

Online assessment tool that supports schools in administering

Universal Screeners for Reading and Math.


Automated scoring and reports provide a starting point for data-

based instructional decisions and problem-solving regarding over all impact of core instruction, student risk factors, and matching resources to students needs.
Through the use of computers and headphones, groups of

students can be quickly assessed at the same time. These same tools can be used for Progress Monitoring to determine student responsiveness to instruction.

Path Driver

2014 Math Summit


August 7th at SAS

Save the Date Flyer

Registration opens in

April

Core Plus Common Core

Summer Math Training


July 7th July 11th 8am-4pm Heritage High School Stipend for all day

attendance

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