Educational Service District 105

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  • Collection of Evidence - Mathematics

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    The Mathematics COE is a state-approved graduation alternative to the high school Exit Exam EOC mathematics assessment.  The COE is one way a student can meet the requirements for graduation and earn the Certificate of Academic Achievement (CAA).  In specific instances, it may also be used by students receiving special education services to earn a Certificate of Individual Achievement (CIA).

    * Develop a deeper understanding of the COE System

    * Expreience COE Task Models

    * Share Lessons Learned from COE Teachers

    Date:           September 28th

    Time:           9:00 AM-2:00 PM Lunch Provided

    Location:     ESD 105-Lower Level Maggie Perez

    Instuctors:  Julie Wagner, OSPI and Laurel Carpino, Sunnyside High School

    Fee:             $50.00

    Session:      114262

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  • Math Model Drawing and High Yield Routines for Grades 6-8

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    Making Problem Solving Comprehensible Through Tape Diagrams, Student Discourse and Connections to English Proficiency Standards

    Do your students struggle with solving story problems? In this workshop you will learn strategies to make abstract ideas more concrete and understandable through Model Drawing’s step by step approach of tape diagrams. This approach gives students explicit procedures to organize their ideas and provide visual models for deeper understanding. Additionally, participants will be provided nine high yield routines to promote mental mathematics strategies along with student discourse. 

    Date:               September 15th and September 29th, 2016
    Time:               3:30PM-6:00PM
    Location:         ESD 105, Klickitat Room
    Cost:                $50.00 Per Participant
    Instructors:     Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator
                            Tanya Randolph, Yakima SD Math Specialist
    Session:          113643
     
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  • Implementing CCSS-M Learning Progressions for Intervention

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    9/14-9/15, 10/19-10/20 & 11/9 2016
    8 AM - 3 PM Daily
    ESD 105
    Cost: $500
    Session 114099
    This will be a 5 day summer series developed to:
    -Increase the depth of understanding of math learning progressions.
    -Examine how to diagnose student's level of understanding within the areas of problem solving, place value, basic facts, calculation, and fractions.
    -Look at a system for progress monitoring and using data to drive instruction.
    -Experience learning activities to implement in the classroom.  
     
     
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  • Math Model Drawing and High Yield Routines for Grades 3-5

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    Making Problem Solving Comprehensible Through Tape Diagrams, Student Discourse and Connections to English Proficiency Standards

    Do your students struggle with solving story problems? In this workshop you will learn strategies to make abstract ideas more concrete and understandable through Model Drawing’s step by step approach of tape diagrams. This approach gives students explicit procedures to organize their ideas and provide visual models for deeper understanding. 
     
     
    Date:                September 29th, 2016
    Time:                8:30AM-3:30PM
    Location:          Yakima Professional Development Center
    Cost:                $50.00 Per Participant
    Instructors:      Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator
                             Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math & Science Coordinator
    Session:          113633
     
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  • Fractional Concepts and Computation for 5th and 6th Grade

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    Developing Big Ideas for  5th and 6th  Grade Students through the Standards for Mathematical Practice.

    Fractions are important building blocks for higher level mathematics.  In this workshop participants will develop a deeper understanding of fractional concepts necessary to develop proficiency with operations with fractions, decimals and readiness for ratios and proportions.  Participants will then build on this understanding to computation with fractions as outlined in our Washington Learning Standards.  Within the two day workshop, strategies to develop receptive and productive language will be provided to advance students’ academic vocabulary and engagement of student discourse. 

    Date:              October 11th and October 12th, 2016
    Time:              8:30AM-3:30PM Each Day
    Location:        Yakima School District Professional Development Center
    Cost:               $100.00 Per Participant
    Instructors:    Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator
                           Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math & Science Coordinator
                           
                           Session: 113644
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  • CCSS-M Facts and Fluency Addition and Subtraction

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    November 14, 2016
    8:00 AM ~ 3:00 PM
    ESD 105 Ahtanum Room
    Presenter:  Sasha Hammond
    Cost: $360  Includes All Materials
             $125 If you have your own Box of Facts
    Session: 114020
     
    This full-day workshop immerses teachers as learners in the practice of multiple visual representations and strategies for the development of fact fluency. The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics stress the development of fact fluency and proficiency built from conceptual understanding. Students need powerful visual models to help form a "mind picture" that links to the strategy. This workshop will incorporate multiple representations and strategies as well as classroom materials that support instruction. The Origo Box of Facts is included in the class fee.


    Topics will include :
       Best practices for developing fact fluency
       How to utilize visual representations and strategies to teach basic facts
       Introducing mental calculation strategies that go beyond basic facts
       Alignment with CCSS-M Standards

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  • CCSS-M Facts and Fluency Multiplication and Division

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    November 28, 2016
    8:00 AM ~ 3:00 PM
    ESD 105 Ahtanum Room
    Presenter:  Sasha Hammond
    Cost: $360  Includes All Materials
             $125 If you have your own Box of Facts
    Session: 114021
     
    This full-day workshop immerses teachers as learners in the practice of multiple visual representations and strategies for the development of fact fluency. The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics stress the development of fact fluency and proficiency built from conceptual understanding. Students need powerful visual models to help form a "mind picture" that links to the strategy. This workshop will incorporate multiple representations and strategies as well as classroom materials that support instruction. The Origo Box of Facts is included in the class fee.

    Topics will include :
       Best practices for developing fact fluency
       How to utilize visual representations and strategies to teach basic facts
       Introducing mental calculation strategies that go beyond basic facts
       Alignment with CCSS-M Standards  
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  • Operations and Algebraic Thinking K-2

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    Developing Big Ideas for K-2nd Grade Students through Washington Learning Standards and English Language Proficiency Standards

    Algebraic reasoning for grades pre-K-2 involves forming generalizations from experiences with number and computation, formalizing these ideas using meaningful representations and symbols, and exploring the concepts of patterns in functions. During this two day workshop participants will explore the following topics:

    Study of Patterns and Their Relationships:

    Seeing Mathematical Situations and Structures:

    Describing Change Over Time:

    Developing Algebraic Understanding Through Language

    Date:              October 26th and 27th, 2016 (Two-days)
    Time:              8:30AM-3:30PM Each Day
    Location:        Yakima School District Professional Development Center
    Cost:               $100.00 Per Participant
    Instructors:    Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator
                           Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math & Science Coordinator
                          
    Session:         113630
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  • Numbers and Operations: Multiplication and Division for 3rd to 6th Grade

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    Developing Strategies for Multiplication and Division Computation through the Standards for Mathematical Practice

    December 6th, 2016

    In this workshop, participants will explore many different strategies and tools for solving multiplication and division situations.  Participants will extend understanding of whole number operations to decimals and fractions.  In addition, participants will also explore how to engage their students into activities that start with concrete materials and then develop pictorial representations that will lead to understanding of more abstract strategies.

    Date:  December 6th, 2016

    Time: 8:30AM-3:30PM

    Location: ESD 105 Yakima Room

    Instructors: Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator

                        Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math and Science Coordinator

    Session Number: 113880

     

     

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  • Number Operations: Addition & Subtraction K-5th Grade

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    Developing Strategies for Addition and Subtraction Computation Through the Standards for Mathematical Practice

    In this workshop, participants will explore different strategies and tools for addition and subtraction.  Experience how these scalable strategies extend from basic whole numbers to time, money, decimals and fractions.  Participants will also explore how to engage their students into activities that start with concrete materials and then develop pictorial representations that will lead to understanding of more abstract strategies.

    Date: December 8th, 2016

    Time: 8:30AM -3:30PM

    Location: ESD 105, Kittitas Room

    Cost: $50.00

    Instructors: Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator

                        Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math & Science Coordinator

    Session Number: 113881

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  • Developing Fractional Understanding for 3rd and 4th Grade Students

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    Developing Big Ideas for Fractions through the Standards for Mathematical Practice

    In this workshop participants will develop a deeper understanding of fractional concepts necessary to develop proficiency with operations with fractions, decimals and readiness for ratios and proportions.  Participants will then build on this understanding to computation with fractions as outlined in our Washington Learning Standards.  Within the two day workshop, strategies to develop receptive and productive language will be provided to advance students’ academic vocabulary and engagement of student discourse.

     

    Date: January 10th and 11th, 2017

    Time: 8:30AM-3:30PM Each Day

    Location:  Yakima School District Professional Development Center

    Cost:  $100.00 Per Participant

    Instructors: Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator

                        Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math & Science Coordinator

    Session Number:  113631

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  • Math Model Drawing For Grades 1 and 2

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    Modeling Addition and Subtraction Through Number Bonds and Tape Diagrams

    Students in 1st and 2nd grade need to know a variety of addition and subtraction situations including adding to, taking from, seeing part-part-wholes and comparisons. In this workshop you will learn strategies to make abstract ideas more concrete and understandable through a step by step approach with number bonds and tape diagrams.

     

    Date:           January 26, 2017

    Time:          8:30AM-3:30PM

    Location:     ESD 105, Yakima Room

    Instructor:  Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator

                        Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math & Science Coordinator

    Fee:             $50.00 

    Session ID:  113632

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  • Geometric Understanding 5th - 7th Grade

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    Developing Strategies and Conceptual Understanding for Geometric Standards for Middle Grade Students

    February 1st and 2nd, 2017

    In this workshop, participants will explore the vertical articulation of standards for measurement and data and geometry to understand the progression of experiences students have to build their geometric understanding.  Live and learn the mathematics within an environment that fully models the Standards for Mathematical Practice which is central to successful implementation of the Washington state Learning Standards.  Join us for this two-day workshop!

    Date: February 1st and 2nd, 2017

    Time: 8:30AM-3:30PM Each Day

    Location: Yakima School District Professional Development Center

    Cost: $100.00

    Instructors: Dawn Sparks, ESD 105 Regional Math Coordinator

                        Luke Matlack, ESD 105 Migrant Math & Science Coordinator

    Session Number: 113878

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  • How to Register for Professional Learning Events


    1. Visit ESD 105's Online Professional Development page.
    2. Navigate to the event's registration page with a Session ID number or use the Calendar of Sessions.
    3. Register for the event.
    To make your online registration experience more successful:
    • You must have an ESD 105 escWorks account.
    • Free ESD 105 escWorks accounts can be set up on this page.
    • Update your ESD 105 escWorks account if you have changed buildings, districts, email, or your home address.
    • Teachers, please check with your district before registering for events during the school year.
    • If there is a fee for the event, you will need a District PO number or credit card to complete the online registration process.
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Questions? Contact us
 
Dianna Hiebert
Administrative Assistant
office: (509)  454-5314
dianna.hiebert@esd105.org 
 
Sasha Hammond 
Math Coordinator
office: (509) 454-3137
cell: (509) 961-7588
sasha.hammond@esd105.org 
 
Dawn Sparks
Regional Math Coordinator
office: (509) 853-1100
cell: (509) 910-6227
dawn.sparks@esd105.org
 

 
 
 
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