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Numeracy: Math Across the Curriculum. Norman High School- Norman, OK School Improvement Plan Julie Bonner and Debra Baum. Research Question. Will a school-wide Numeracy Campaign change the school’s attitudes toward math and improve understanding?. What is Numeracy?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Numeracy:Math Across the CurriculumNorman High School- Norman, OK School Improvement PlanJulie Bonner and Debra Baum

  • Research Question

    Will a school-wide Numeracy Campaign change the schools attitudes toward math and improve understanding?

  • What is Numeracy?

    How we use math in the real world.

    You would never be proud to say, I cant read.So why is it ok to say, I dont do math?

  • Numeracy Vocab.Horizontal/VerticalVariableParallelLinearDomain/RangeMean/MedianFunctionSlope/Rate of ChangeIntercepts

  • Vocabulary - word of the monthexample: Art class using Mean Posted in each room with picture & definitionDaily bulletinPosters in hallsExplanations at faculty meetingsArticles written in PTA news letter, Tiger Tribune & local papers Assessment: April 2006, May 2007 & May 2008

  • Building Academic Vocabularyby Robert J. MarzanoState Department had meeting in Oct. 2007Teaching vocabulary by connecting it to prior knowledgePlay games with the words: Taboo, crossword puzzle, charades

    TabooParallel

    StraightNever CrossIntersectTrain tracksTwo linesSame Slope

  • Changing attitudes through CelebrationsTeachers not saying I dont do mathProblem Solving/Logic activities in advisoryPi Day celebration (3.14)e - day celebration (2.17) AP Night, 2006Mu Alpha Theta, MAEOI assemblies/pep rallySudoku puzzlesMetric Week (10/10)

  • Pi Day!

    March 14th (3.14)T-shirt contestMu Alpha Theta has sold pie since 1999$1, goes to senior math scholarshipsPi posters in the hallways (Pi-Thon, Apple-Pi)Classroom activities: discover where pi comes from, sit in circle, write on paper plates, unit circle activitiesYearbook page dedicated to who could memorize the most digits (07-08)Oklahoman came and wrote an article

  • 100 Grand A = Pert 100,000 = Pe.0 6tHow much $ would you have to start with to make $100,000 if you had a 6% interest rate compounded continuously?e -Day Celebration(Bell work activity)

  • e-Day Celebration, Feb. 7th

  • Sudoku & Fraction Squares posted in the hallsDeveloping Mathematical FluencyGrayson Wheatley Florida State Univ. & George Abshire Jenks Public Schools

  • Hall Decorations:-words of the month-Pascals Triangle-Sudokus-Art-math bulletin board

  • Math Attitude Survey ResultsStudent & Teacher

    ValueSelf Conf.EnjoymentMotivationValueSelfConf.EnjoymentMotivationApril 2006 69%63%51%54%45%31%29%26%May 2007 66%69%53%52%88%60%57%45%May 2008 80%64%61%61%May 2009 84%73%62%63%94%69%72%64%May 201081%72%60%66%92%76%68.6%67.5%

  • Math Analysis Enrollment(pre-calculus with trigonometry)More students are taking higher level mathematics.

    Chart1

    Sheet1

    enrollmentpre enrollment

    20061250

    20071330

    20081560

    20091790

    2010To resize chart data range, drag lower right corner of range.200

    Chart1

    12544

    13333

    15631

    17914

    18221

    Math Analysis

    Sem. Trig.

    Sheet1

    Math AnalysisSem. Trig.

    200612544

    200713333

    200815631

    200917914

    201018221

    To resize chart data range, drag lower right corner of range.

  • Number of AP Calculus Tests taken (only one section taught till 2008 and having 3 sections 2010-11)

    Chart1

    621

    237

    322

    2138

    3239

    3942

    4026

    4726

    BC- Calc I &II

    AB- Calc. I

    Sheet1

    BC- Calc I &IIAB- Calc. I

    2003621

    2004237

    2005322

    20062138

    20073239

    20083942

    20094026

    20104726

  • ConclusionWe hope using and posting math vocabulary and having activities and celebrations will improve attitudes towards math, understanding of the vocabulary and improve problem solving.

    We have seen improvement in Teachers and Students Attitudes toward math, Math EOI scores and math participation.

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