About the Project
The Common Core High School Mathematics Leadership: Transforming Teachers’ Content Knowledge and Leadership Skills for a New Era (CCHSML) is a collaborative effort of the UWM Department of Mathematical Sciences, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and the Center for Mathematics and Science Education Research in supporting various school districts in southeastern Wisconsin.
This two-year professional development project will engage school-based teams of teachers in an intense study of the Wisconsin Common Core Standards for Mathematics with three foci: deepening content knowledge, enhancing instructional practice, and developing leadership and mentoring practices.
Deepen teachers’ content knowledge related to the high school Statistics and Probability, Geometry, and Modeling conceptual categories in the CCSSM.
Transform the ways in which teachers plan for, enact, and analyze instruction through the Standards for Mathematical Practice.
Build teachers’ coaching, mentoring and leadership skills. The long-term outcome of this project will be high-level, CCSSM-aligned instruction in the targeted conceptual categories, sustained through teacher’s coaching, mentoring, and advocacy abilities.
2015 Summer Sessions
Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSSM)
EngageNY/Common Core Materials
Slides & Handouts
|Session 1: June 15, 2015||Session 2: June 16, 2015|
|Session 1 Slides (PPT)||Session 2 Slides (PPT)|
|Lesson 13, Exercises 1-3 (GGB)|
|Lesson 14, Exploratory Challenge (GGB)|
|Lesson 14, Examples 2 and 3 (GGB)|
|Lesson 14, Example 4 (GGB)|
|Session 3: June 17, 2015||Session 4: June 18, 2015|
|Session 3 Slides (PPT)||Session 4 Slides (PPT)|
|Teacher Discourse Moves (DOC)|
|Session 5: June 19, 2015||Session 6: June 29, 2015|
|Session 5 Slides (PPT)||Session 6 Slides (PPT)|
|Session 7: June 30, 2015||Session 8: July 1, 2015|
|Session 7 Slides (PPT)||Session 8 Slides (PPT)|
|Session 9: July 2, 2015|
|Session 9 Slides (PPT)|
2014-15 School Year Sessions
2014 Summer Sessions: Statistics & Probability
This project is funded by the Wisconsin Improving Teacher Quality (WITQ) Program which is administered by the University of Wisconsin System with funds from the U.S. Department of Education, Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Title II, Part A.