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Professional Learning Calendar

 24-25 program calendar

Screeners

Presentation Slides and Video Recordings

Fall Professional Learning Screenshot
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Spring Kickoff ZOOM


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Fall Screener Instructions and Forms

Find the specific forms for your grade below, or click here to download the entire K-6 Universal Screeners for Number Sense assessment guide in English and Spanish from Forefront Education.

 

Mid-Year Screener Instructions and Forms

Find the specific forms for your grade below, or click here to download the entire K-6 Universal Screeners for Number Sense assessment guide in English and Spanish from Forefront Education.

 

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Adjust your rosters, enter Screener data, and run your reports. Click here to access Forefront's library of support and troubleshooting documents for teachers.

Forefront Application

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Getting Started Webinar

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Forefront Teacher Help Center
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Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
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A Day in the Life of a MOST Classroom

 

Sample Schedule and Classroom Video

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Learning Goals PDF

Sample Schedule PDF

 

Download a Model Release Form

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1. Get started with an Introductory Activity (about 10-15 minutes)

Favorite starter activities range from number talks (Lesson vs. Number Talk article) to shaking off the wiggles with a freeze dance. 

 

Introductory Activities

Number Talks

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Flyer Credit: Jessica Luna

Hula Hoop Activity

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Math Learning Center Apps
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Go Noodle
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Toy Theater

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Blob Opera

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2. Introducing New Games (about 10-15 minutes)

 

Games and Resources

Choose from one to three new games to introduce, decide how to introduce each game (whole group or small group), and organize game materials that will be incorporated into the centers rotation.
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3. Centers (about 40 minutes)

Students play games that help them develop fluency in addition and subtraction (or other number concepts).

Article on Working Levels and Centers

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Games Matched to Content
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For Las Cruces Area Teachers
with Fluency Kits

4. Summary Discussion (about 10 minutes)

Closing each session with a summary discussion can help students deepen their learning. Summary discussions can be general or specific.

General Summary Questions:
  • What did you learn?
  • What did you figure out?
  • What did you discover while you were here today?
  • What was easy/hard?
  • What would you like to celebrate today?
Specific Summary Questions:
  • How have your ideas changed about how to solve problems like 8+5 or 11-6?
  • What happened during the centers today that you would like to celebrate?
During the summary discussion, teachers simply moderate the discussion; all reasonable responses to opening questions are acceptable.