## Displaying Video Resources for Math - Middle & Secondary School Resources

This Hunt Institute video introduces the Common Core State Standards for mathematics, as well as how and by whom they were developed.

This Hunt Institute video focuses on the Common Core State Standards in mathematics, their key changes, and the evidence that supports the changes.

This Hunt Institute video explains how the Common Core State Standards for mathematics encompass two sets of standards: content and the standards for mathematical practice. The same eight mathematical practices standards are taught from grades K–12.

In this Hunt Institute video, William McCallum notes that algebra is gaining momentum under the Common Core State Standards.

Coherence and focus, two defining characteristics of the Common Core State Standards for mathematics, are covered in this Hunt Institute video.

In this Hunt Institute video, William McCallum discusses the key changes that will occur in high school mathematics courses with the implementation of the Common Core State Standards.

This Hunt Institute video explains why mathematics fluency is important to student success.

Filmed at Ida Price Middle School in San Jose, Calif., this short video provides an introduction to the Classroom Challenges video series. See an overview of featured lessons, student interactions, and extracts from teacher observations and conversations with the school's math coach, Sally Keyes. Observe how teachers fit these formative assessment lessons into their existing curriculum and how this collaborative approach supports learning.

How do you create a collaborative school environment? In this video, Ida Price Middle School principal Deb Negrete and math coach Sally Keyes discuss Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) and how to support reflective practitioners. See how their focus on problem solving, critical thinking, and formative instruction has increased student participation and comprehension.

Ida Price Middle School mathematics teacher Cecilio Dimas uses the formative assessment lesson Steps to Solving Equations in his classroom to help students formulate and solve linear equations. Dimas discovers student misconceptions through the pre-assessment activity and discussions with the school's math coach, Sally Keyes. Watch this video to see how Dimas uses this information to guide his instruction throughout the lesson, and to observe how students work through the activities in this Classroom Challenge and engage in math practices and with each other.

View an extract from the end of the introductory activity from the Steps to Solving Equations lesson used by middle school mathematics teacher Cecilio Dimas. This portion of the Classroom Challenge allows Dimas to determine how comfortable his students are writing expressions and the degree to which they use the distributive property to simplify their expressions. Additionally, it enables him to identify any misconceptions they may have. Watch how Dimas constructs classroom conversations and peer discussion to discover and resolve his students' misconceptions.

Middle school math teacher Kamaljit Sangha observes, “This teaching style is that the students open up and the teacher has to be willing to accept that you are going to have ideas out there that you had never dealt with before.” See how she uncovers students' thinking and extends their learning through questioning and encouraging participation.

What do teachers learn at each stage of a Classroom Challenges formative assessment lesson? Hear teachers share insights on the benefits of each stage of a Classroom Challenge and their instructional techniques to reach all of their students. Discover when to use the provided materials and how these resources shed light on student learning and understanding.

Kamaljit Sangha's middle school math class works through Classroom Challenges activities. Listen in on the conversation she has with math coach Sally Keyes as they examine student work to better understand Sangha's students' thinking.

Ida Price Middle School math coach Sally Keyes and math teacher Cecilio Dimas discuss and evaluate student work to determine students' thinking and understanding. Dimas explains the modifications he made to an activity to capture students' individual thinking and summarizes his class's struggles with the concepts in the lesson.

Formative Assessment Classroom Challenges are aligned to the Common Core State Standards. Students in Kamaljit Sangha's middle school math class were learning about geometry when she incorporated this challenge on length and area. The lesson helps students reason abstractly and quantitatively, construct viable arguments, and critique the reasoning of others while addressing the mathematical concepts of length and area. This video presents different phases of the lessons and activities in context and includes excerpts of discussions between Sangha and the school's math coach, Sally Keyes.