**Resources**

- Slide Deck
- Article: The Discipline Where No Black People Earn PhDs
- Math Mindset and Attitudes Survey
- Geoff’s CCSS PrBL Curriculum Maps (Grades 3-11)
- How to build a rubric: specifics before strategy
- Post Workshop Survey (9/21)

**Agenda – Saturday (9/21/19)**

Teacher Learning Targets

- I can define and explain the concept Academic Safety and how it affects students’ ability to engage with mathematics
- I can define and explain hallmarks of a Quality Task
- I know where to find and/or how to adapt tasks
- I have a strategy or two to assess students along a spectrum of skills
- I know the various components of a rubric and how to create my own
- I know how to use a Bookend Lesson to encourage self-reflection and goal-setting
- I have a toolbox of facilitation moves that promote discourse and understanding for every student in my classroom

Time | Topic | Cards and resources |

8:00am – 8:15am | Getting ready for the dayIntroductions, overview of objectives and agenda | Intro set All cards |

8:15am – 9:15am | Academic SafetySimple Jigsaw (Crosswalk with Effective Facilitation)Select an Academic Safety Card, discuss Excerpt: Active Caring: a how to Establishing structures to monitor and assess academic safety | Academic Safety Cards: AS1, AS2, AS3, AS6, AS8, AS12, EF2 |

9:15am – 11:00am | Quality Tasks & Effective FacilitationWODB Number Talk Debrief the tasks and problem-posing routines How do these tasks encourage academic safety? Effective facilitation? | WODB task, PBL Entry Event Cards: Posing a task (EF6) |

11:00am – 12:00pm | Effective Facilitation – NormsChalk Talk protocol – Cards based on NormsDesigning Norms for your class What does the norm look like, sound like? Why is this norm important? How will you monitor? Debrief the morning | Sample tasks Cards: Establishing Norms (EF2), Teaching and Reflecting on Norms (EF3), Norm Monitoring (EF4), Strategies for Teaching and Managing Groupwork (EF5) |

12:00 – 1:00pm | Lunch | |

1:00pm – 2:00pm | Additional task types & AdaptationBookend lesson – An example of assessing and teaching collaborationProvide collaboration rubric slip of paper Set a goal Mean/Median/Mode Remind of goal Make one of them equal Revisit and reflect on goal Discuss the opposite of this lesson – how you can adapt tasks | |

2:00pm – 3:00pm | Additional task types (and teaching with norms)Card Sort Review essential task types and sort by low/medium/high effort | Ten Essential Task Types – QT6 Cards QT7, QT8, QT9, QT10, QT11, QT12, QT13, QT14, QT15, QT16 |

3:00pm – 3:30pm | Putting it all togetherFinding and adapting tasks Lesson planning for the three elements | Lesson Plan Template |

3:30pm – 4:00pm | Post Workshop survey |

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