Mathematics Unit Planning in a PLC at Work®, High School
Part of the Every Student Can Learn Mathematics series, this guidebook provides high school teacher teams with a framework for collectively planning units of study in a professional learning community (PLC). Educators can use this resource to promote student mastery of high school mathematics.
A guide for collectively planning mathematics units of study in a professional learning community
Champion student mastery of essential mathematics content in grades 9–12. Part of the Every Student Can Learn Mathematics series, this guidebook provides high school teachers with a framework for collectively planning units of study in a professional learning community (PLC). The authors share tools and protocols for unwrapping standards, generating unit calendars, developing rigorous lessons, and many other essential team actions.
- Understand how to collaboratively plan units for high school mathematics.
- Study the seven unit-planning elements, and learn how to incorporate each in unit designs.
- Review the role of the PLC at Work® process in enhancing student learning and teacher collaboration.
- Observe model units for Algebra 1, geometry, and Algebra 2.
- Receive tools and templates for effective unit planning.
Product Code: BKF967, EKF530
Published By: Solution Tree
Page Count: 152
“With clarity and common sense, Mathematics Unit Planning in a PLC at Work, High School guides teachers through the collaborative process of designing aligned and focused units of study in mathematics. This practical and reader-friendly tool will quickly fill with sticky notes and earmarked pages once team members get their hands on it!”
“This book is a great tool for teacher teams and instructional leaders. The detailed protocols provide necessary guidance for unit planning. I will highly recommend this book for our high schools.”
“A critically important tool for high school teacher teams. I also think it will be very valuable for solo educators in alternative settings and smaller schools and districts.”
“In this resource packed with tools and real examples, Sarah Schuhl and her coauthors support teacher teams in seeing mathematics as a connection of ideas, not just a group of unconnected units.”