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Give Me Five! Five Coach-Teacher-Principal Collaborations That Promote Mathematics Success, A Multimedia Professional Learning Resource, Grades K–5

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This resource provides the guidance and tools necessary to implement five coach-teacher-principal collaborations that have improved mathematics instruction for hundreds of students. The video clips and interviews invite you inside schools for a "seeing is believing" look at math coaches, teachers, and principals collaborating in action. Includes connections to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.


Janice Bradley and Dana Cargill
240 Pages

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Janice Bradley is an Assistant Director at the Utah Education Policy Center, University of Utah. She is a professional learning scholar-practitioner, mathematics educator, and facilitator for school transformation and systemic change. Her passions include developing leadership capacity and designing schools as learning systems for student excellence. Janice holds a doctorate in mathematics education from the University of Texas at Austin.

Dana Cargill was the Director of Elementary Curriculum for Pampa Independent School District (PISD) in Texas. For thirty years, she wore multiple hats within the district including those of first-grade teacher, K–2 literacy and math coach, Reading Recovery teacher, director of First–Third Year Teacher Academies, and director of the elementary mathematics initiative.

 

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Janice Bradley is an Assistant Director at the Utah Education Policy Center, University of Utah. She is a professional learning scholar-practitioner, mathematics educator, and facilitator for school transformation and systemic change. Her passions include developing leadership capacity and designing schools as learning systems for student excellence. Janice holds a doctorate in mathematics education from the University of Texas at Austin.

Dana Cargill was the Director of Elementary Curriculum for Pampa Independent School District (PISD) in Texas. For thirty years, she wore multiple hats within the district including those of first-grade teacher, K–2 literacy and math coach, Reading Recovery teacher, director of First–Third Year Teacher Academies, and director of the elementary mathematics initiative.

 

Give Me Five! provides the guidance and tools necessary to implement five coach–teacher–principal collaborations that have improved mathematics instruction for hundreds of students.

The Five Collaborations

  1. Strategic Planning Sessions
  2. Mathematics Content Learning Team
  3. Shared Classroom Experience
  4. Mathematics Vertical Learning Team
  5. The Ten-Minute Meeting

The Collaborations in the Give Me Five! process are created to coexist with a school day, not add to it. When implemented correctly, they happen within and as close to the classroom as possible, and actually become a significant means to saving time and alleviating stress.

Video Clips

The online video clips and interviews invite you inside K–5 schools for a seeing-is-believing look at math coaches, teacher leaders, teachers, and principals collaborating in action.  Clips range from 3 to 10 minutes with a total viewing time of approximately 2 hours.

Give Me Five! supports the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.

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