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SSB14031: CCSS Math #6: Differentiation in the Secondary Mathematics Classroom
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Credit Hours: 2.5

This course features UCA Professor, Dr. Linda K. Griffith. Dr. Griffith discusses differentiation in the secondary mathematics classroom. She explores the role of formative assessment in differentiation as well as instructional strategies that teachers can use to implement the technique effectively. Classroom environments that enhance differentiation are reviewed, also.

Dr. Griffith includes a variety of professional development ideas for educators wanting to know more about differentiation. Included in this discussion is a presentation by Debbie Hill, Consultant for Arkansas State Personnel of Development Grant. Ms. Hill introduces the Math Interventions Matrix. This online resource provides educators with remediation lesson plans and activities free of charge. 

SSB14032: CCSS Math #7: Differentiation in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom
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Credit Hours: 2

This course focuses on differentiation in the mathematics classroom. UCA Professor, Dr. Linda K. Griffith and other Arkansas colleagues explore the role of formative assessment in differentiation, as well as instructional strategies for implementing differentiation. Also in this training is a presentation with Debbie Hill, Consultant for the Arkansas State Personnel Development Grant. Ms. Hill introduces the Arkansas Math Interventions Matrix (for grades K-12). This online resource provides educators with remediation lesson plans and activities free of charge.

SSB14033: CCSS Math #8: Implementing CCSS in High School (1-14-13)
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Credit Hours: 2.5

In this course, Dr. Linda K. Griffith, University of Central Arkansas mathematics professor and director of the Arkansas Math Project, explains the changes in planning and instruction that are necessary for implementation of the Common Core State Standards in high school math courses. She shares video clips of teachers using formative assessments to inform their lesson plans and discusses the use of professional skills during instruction. She also explains the planning and teaching model and discusses changes in the unit-planning process.

SSB14034: CCSS Math #9: Tri-State Quality Review (EQuIP) Rubric for Mathematics (updated April 2013)
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Credit Hours: 1.5

This course provides a detailed overview of the Tri-State Quality Review Rubrics from Educators Evaluating Quality Instructional Products (EQuIP). EQuIP, which is facilitated by Achieve, is an initiative of the American Diploma Project Network that builds on the collaborative effort of education leaders from Massachusetts, New York, and Rhode Island. Its purpose is to identify high-quality instructional materials and lessons that are aligned to the Common Core State Standards.

Dana Breitweiser, English Language Arts Assessment Specialist, and Thomas Coy, Assessment Program Manager, both from the Arkansas Department of Education, are the Arkansas literacy and math leads. In this course, Mr. Coy examines all components of the Tri-State Quality Review Rubric for Mathematics while demonstrating how Arkansas educators may utilize this tool.

SSC14026: CCSS Math #1: Standards and Curriculum (9-29-11)
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Credit Hours: 2

Credit Hours: 2

Vendor: ADE

This course was filmed and produced by the Arch Ford Educational Service Cooperative. It features Dr. Linda Griffith, Director of the Arkansas Math Project. During the presentation, Dr. Griffith discusses problem types in mathematics curriculum development for grades K-4 and more. Topics covered include: differentiation between Common Core Mathematics Content Standards and possible mathematics curriculum, the role of teacher understanding of problem types in mathematics curriculum development for grades K-4, and extending problem types to middle and high school for vertical continuity in all mathematics curriculum.

SSC15028: A Vision and Plan for Science Teaching and Learning
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Credit Hours: 2.5

This course provides a vision and plan for classroom instruction consistent with the Framework for K-12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards. Participants engage in a science performance that models quality classroom instruction and receive an instructional sequence that can be applied across all grade levels.

This presentation with Brett Moulding was taped on November 7, 2014 during the Arkansas Curriculum Conference at the Marriott Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas.

SSC15052: Foundations for C3 Inquiry and The Inquiry Design Model (IDM): Part One
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Credit Hours: 4.5

Professor John Lee (North Carolina State University) and Professor Kathy Swan (University of Kentucky) give an overview of the inquiry-based C3 Framework for teaching social studies at all grade levels. They describe their Inquiry Design Model (IDM) as a pedagogically logical blueprint for learning that begins with "compelling questions" to activate prior knowledge and stimulate interest in students. The IDM then takes students through skill-building "formative performance tasks" to the goal of constructing sound arguments in answer to compelling questions.

This presentation was taped at the Arkansas Educational Television Network studios in Conway, Arkansas on June 6, 2015.

SSC15053: Foundations for C3 Inquiry and The Inquiry Design Model (IDM): Part Two
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Credit Hours: 4.5

This course is part two of a two-part presentation regarding the C3 Framework for social studies instruction and its primary pedagogical tool, the Inquiry Design Model (IDM). In this course, Professors John Lee (North Carolina State University) and Kathy Swan (University of Kentucky) primarily focus on "taking informed action" — school or community student involvement related to their studies — and proper selection and use of source material upon which students will base their ideas.

This presentation was taped at the Arkansas Educational Television Network studios in Conway, Arkansas on June 17, 2016.

SSC17001: Foundations for C3 Inquiry and the Inquiry Design Model (IDM): Part Three
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Credit Hours: 4

Dr. John Lee (North Carolina State University) and Dr. Kathy Swan (University of Kentucky) begin this course with a brief review of the C3 Teachers Inquiry Design Model (IDM), which is described with great detail in Parts One and Two.

This course focuses on question design and the selection of sources during the inquiry building process conceptualized within the College, Career, and Civic Life Framework’s Inquiry Arc. Follow along with the group of teachers in the workshop and build the beginning of your own inquiry as the professors take participants through the steps of using the IDM Blueprint Template. Please note that the work begun in this course will be continued within Part Four of the series. We advise that these two courses be taken in order.

This course was recorded on June 19, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas.

SSC17002: Foundations for C3 Inquiry and the Inquiry Design Model (IDM): Part Four
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Credit Hours: 3

Dr. John Lee (North Carolina State University) and Dr. Kathy Swan (University of Kentucky) continue their presentation of the Inquiry Design Model (IDM). Parts One and Two describe this process in detail, and Part Three focuses on the creation of questions and the selection of sources during the inquiry building process conceptualized within the College, Career, and Civic Life Framework’s Inquiry Arc.

In Part Four, follow along with the teachers in the audience and finish building the inquiries you began working on during the previous course. After designing the inquiries’ formative tasks, the professors take participants through the use of the IDM Generator step-by-step in order to add completed IDM Blueprint Templates to the C3 Teachers database of inquiries. Please note that this course is a continuation of the work began within Part Three of the series. We advise that these two courses be taken in order.

This course was recorded on June 20, 2016 at AETN studios in Conway, Arkansas. 

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