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Target Audience: K-8 Teachers
Duration: 4 Hours

Overview

Welcome to the Curriculum Compacting in K-8 Math Course!
This series was designed to allow teachers, math specialists, administrators, and other staff an opportunity to gain a basic understanding of curriculum compacting for Math in Minneapolis Public Schools. Use this course to guide your work individually or in PLCs to deepen your understanding of advanced differentiation. This training can also help teachers in grades K-8 better understand how to implement the resources for advanced differentiation in the curriculum guides.

Introduction Video

Janeé Rivard-Johnson, a fifth-grade teacher at Kenny Community School, speaks about her experience of taking the Curriculum Compacting course and how it has changed her instructional practices.


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+ Course Details

There are five parts in this series. At the end of each module, you will be asked to answer a discussion prompt about the content covered.

+ Learning Objectives

  • Describe the procedures, resources, and rationale for math compacting
  • Develop a plan to implement math compacting in my classroom

+ Resources

+ Contact Information

For questions related to curriculum compacting, contact Christina Ramsey, K-8 District Program Facilitator, at christina.ramsey@mpls.k12.mn.us or (612) 668-5376.


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