Math Foundational Services are designed to provide district level staff with information and tools as they work to develop, improve and align their mathematics curriculum. Training sessions will contain components to prepare participants to be able to:

- Analyze and explain the components of the ISBE Model Math Resources (Unit Maps and Scope and Sequences)
- Describe and analyze the balanced assessment suite (purposes of the varied assessment formats)
- Create and analyze real-world problems using the problem-solving structures described in the Illinois Learning Standards
- Describe connections between assessments and lessons
- Articulate the characteristics and goals of the Illinois Learning Standards.
- Articulate the characteristics and goals of the PARCC assessment.
- Apply the EQuIP rubric to evaluate a lesson or unit.
- Learn state-level expectations and available support for the Illinois Learning Standards of Mathematics

**Foundational-Services Overview (with notes) (optional ) **

**Foundational Services – COLOR Infographic**

The purpose of Networking for Implementation sessions is to provide participants an opportunity for deeper discussion around shared experiences and expertise for the purpose of implementing approved content in the approved Foundational Services areas. The Networking for Implementation opportunities are based on specific objectives as determined by identified needs for further implementation discussions and/or exploration of the resources along with sharing.

Networking for Implementation sessions may include one or all of the following objectives for participants within a focus topic:

- Examine a focus topic in depth to support implementation
- Share impacts, successes, and lessons learned related to the implementation of the focus topic by facilitator(s) and participants
- Ask and collaboratively address questions and challenges related to the implementation of the focus topic

Networking for Implementation Guidance Document and Facilitator Considerations

Networking for Implementation ppt

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Materials have been jointly developed and/or approved by the Illinois State Board of Education.

**Introduction to Math Standards and Resources****Participants will be introduced to the Illinois Learning Standards in Math addressing the language of the new standards, PARCC Model Content Frameworks, the three Key Shifts, Mathematical Practice Standards, PARCC Math assessments overview and Practice Tests and explore ISBE resources.**- Pre-Post Assessment — Introduction to Math Standards and Resources
- Math FS Introduction to Standards and Resources ppt
- Facilitator Guide – Introduction to Standards and Resources
- PARCC Math Model Content Frameworks 3-12
- PARCC K-2 Model Content Frameworks
- CCSS Quick Reference
- Math Standards
- Standards for Mathematical Practice
- Math Standards Comparison with PARCC MCF
- Math comparison by course
- PARCC Practice Test Scavenger Hunt
- PD Flowchart

**Model Math Resources****Participants will receive an overview of the optional Model Math Resources created by Illinois educators, including Scope and Sequences and Unit Maps. Districts may choose to adopt or adapt the optional materials to aid in modifying their current resources. All of the unit outlines were developed in accordance with the information from the November 2012 PARCC Model Content Frameworks.**- Pre-Post Assessment — Model Math Resources
- Model Math Resources ppt
- Model Math Facilitator Guide
- Handout 1- Mathematical Practices Reflection
- Handout 2- Unit Map Reflection
- Handout 3- Problem Solving Structure
- G4 U2 Measuring Fish
- G8 U4 Functions 8 F 2 Post Test
- Problem Structure Posters

**EQuIP Rubric****Participants will be able to locate and use EQuIP (Educators Evaluating the Quality of Instructional Products) resources that Illinois is utilizing in the effort to align multi-day lesson plans and units to the Illinois Learning Standards in Math. EQUIP is an initiative of the American Diploma Project (ADP) Network designed to identify high-quality materials aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).**- Pre-Post Assessment– EQuIP Rubric for Math
- Math_User_Guide
- 1st Grade Unit
- EQuIP Lesson Template
- EQuIP Discussion Guide
- EQuIP Rubric
- EQuIP Facilitator Guide K-5
- EQuIP ppt K-5
- PRESENTATION for 6-12 Math

**Implementation****Participants will be able to identify what it means to be fully implementing the New Illinois Learning Standards including Implementation Guides, activities to highlight the Math Practice Standards, PARCC Model Content Frameworks, PARCC Informational Guides, Scope and Sequence alignment considerations, Formative Assessments, Connection to Evidence Statements, Feedback, and ISBE created or vetted resources.**- Pre-Post Assessment for Implementation
- Math Implementation Foundational Services facilitator guide
- Math Implementation ppt
- PARCC_K-2_Evidences_3-11-15
- Grade Level Tasks
- G6 Scope and Sequence
- Big Ideas 6th Grade
- Implementation Guides “Chunked” Math
- PARCC K-2 Model Content Frameworks
- PARCC Informational Guides
- PARCC_MCF_Mathematics-12-11-2014
- PARCC Website Guide
- PARCC Informational Guides — http://parcconline.org/assessments/test-design/mathematics/math-test-specifications-documents
- Balanced Assessment Handout
- IL Classrooms In Action Website Guide

**Mathematics Instructional Design, Delivery, and Assessments***These training sessions, separated out by grade bands, will focus on the instructional shifts at the heart of the New Illinois Learning Standards for each grade band (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12). Each individual session will model and explore mathematical instructional design, delivery and assessment, highlighting specific strategies and resources for each grade level and allow participants time to plan for how they will utilize these strategies and resources in their classrooms.*- Pre-post for Mathematics Instructional Design, Delivery, and Assessments
- Suggested PD Delivery Options
- PARCC Resource Center link — https://prc.parcconline.org/
- Materials for K-2 training
- Materials for 3-5 training
- Materials for 6-8 training
- Materials for HS presentation

Math Core Planning Team | |||

Math | CORE – lead FA | Gregg Murphy | gmurphy@i-kan.org |

Math | CORE – Content | Jeanine Sheppard | jmpsheppard@gmail.com |

Math | CORE | Suzy Dees | sdees@isbe.net |

This program is fully (100%) funded with federal grant dollars.

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