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Watch the video of Tracy Zager presenting at ShadowCon a teacher led minisession of an NCTM regional conference. Next, reflect on your experiences as a math student. If you had to select three images to represent your strongest memories of learning math, what would they be? Don't Forget about adding Collaboration Resources: 
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Complete the following: (1) Determine which of the three stages of fact fluency development students are in and how to help them progress to the next stage. (2) Develop a system of assessing which facts students are fluent with that is manageable and does not involve timed tests. Don't Forget about adding Collaboration Resources: 
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Design a mathematical task that helps students explain their mathematical thinking in a clear and logical way and assists students in revising their work. Then determine how students are progressing in their development towards grade level appropriate mastery of the Mathematical Practice Standards. Don't Forget about adding Collaboration Resources: 
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Complete the following: (1) Gain an understanding of the standards for math practice. (2) Choose one of the standards to focus on to change an existing lesson incorporating one of the standards. (3) Reflect on your change in practice, how it impacted student learning, and how your practice will be refined in the future. Don't Forget about adding Collaboration Resources: 
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CHOOSE YOUR OWN TASK Design your own task that includes inquiry into new learning resulting in a change in practice, reflect on the new practice, and in some form or another share beyond the classroom. Don't Forget about adding Collaboration Resources: 
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Complete the following (1) Bring a math lesson to a district AIW meeting for scoring. (2) After the scoring conversation, make adjustments to the lesson using the feedback given during the scoring session. (3) Reflect on the AIW scoring process along with the changes you made in your instruction and how the process impacted you as a teacher. Don't Forget about adding Collaboration Resources: 