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District Perspective on Algebra
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The district mathematics coordinator describes the process of establishing essential algebra standards and aligning expectations with endofcourse and interim assessments. See Mathematics...
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State Perspective on Algebra
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In response to the National Math Panel report, Connecticut is developing course and student expectations, a common algebra curriculum, certification for specialists, and stateprovided professional...
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Professional Development in Secondary Mathematics
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Hear about professional learning communities, individualized performance plans, peer learning, common observation tools, linkages to the middle school, and the value of conducting observations...
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Accelerated Algebra
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Longfellowâ€™s Honors Algebra teacher describes how she builds in more challenging problems for accelerated students, including extending the core algebra curriculum with advanced work with equations...
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Looking Ahead: Career Explorations
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A college liaison and internship coordinator describe programs and opportunities that prepare students for success after high school. By participating in internships and job shadows, students begin...
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Getting Students to Think for Themselves
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An English teacher illustrates the ways that his high school incorporates rigor into its curriculum. The sample materials, One High School's Reading List and Using Literature Circles for Reading...
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Getting Students in the Right Spot
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Listen to a high school dean of instruction discuss how the school ensures that students get the help needed to find the right postsecondary options. Teachers and administrators give students...
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Campus Visits: Helping Students Envision Their Future
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Listen to two high school administrators describe the importance and benefits of the required college trip. The college trip is an opportunity for students to be exposed to different types of...
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A Personalized Learning Experience
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A high school principal and literacy coach describe the multiple forms of assessment they use to build a profile of college readiness. They also describe the ways they provide support for students...
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Linking High School and College Assessments
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Hear how a state ties its eleventhgrade standardized test to its college system's expectations for incoming freshmen. Students who perform at college level are exempt from placement testing in the...
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The Right Fit for Ninth Graders
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Hear a high school dean of instruction explain how administrators use middle school data to determine course placements for incoming freshmen. They try to gain a complete picture of each ninth...
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Placing Value on Doing Well Academically
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A principal talks about the school's focus on academics. All students are expected to take challenging courses and go to college. The sample material, Graduation Notification/Agreement and...
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