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MAF Resources for 2016-17 

MIT Timeline

  • August 31 - Deadline for completing the Orientation confirmation via the Beginning-of-Year Survey.
  • September 15 - Deadline for submitting MIT's schedule for approval by the KDE. Submit via email to pamela.pickens@education.ky.gov.
  • October 30 - Data Pull for Infinite Campus Intervention Tab. Be sure to have all students directly served by MAF entered into the tab.
  • October 30 - Deadline for entering all DORs for intervention students in Abacus.
  • November 30 - Deadline for submission of fall schoolwide assessment data to Abacus.
  • January 30 - Data Pull for Infinite Campus Intervention Tab. Be sure all MAF student records are updated and accurate. If students have moved or exited intervention, be sure those records are closed with "Student Service Results" entered.
  • January 31 - Deadline for completing the Mid-Year Survey.
  • March 30 - Data Pull for Infinite Campus Intervention Tab. Be sure all MAF student records are updated and accurate. If students have moved or exited intervention, be sure those records are closed with "Student Service Results" entered.
  • May 31 - Deadline for completing the End-of-Year Survey.
  • May 31 - Deadline for completing LMT.
  • May 31 - Deadline for submission of spring schoolwide assessment data to Abacus.
  • May 31 - Deadline for completion of DORs for intervention students in Abacus.
  • June 30 - Data Pull for Infinite Campus Intervention Tab. Be sure all records are complete with "Student Service Results" entered.

Communications

MIT Requirements for 2016-2017

New MITs

  • Attend 10-day intensive training as proposed in MAF application
  • Submit School-level Student Data two times per year
  • Submit DOR (Dates of Record)
  • Complete Surveys
  • Read and submit Assurance with superintendent and principal signatures
  • Identify intervention students on Infinite Campus
  • Attend KCTM Conference (November 5, 2016, TBA) or KCM Conference (March 6 & 7, 2017, Lexington)
  • Attend at least 3 Collegial Team Meetings
  • Attend monthly online meetings
  • Attend AdMIT Day with Principal and District Coordinator
  • Optional: Conduct 1 or 2 Peer Visits

Experienced MITs

  • Submit School-level Student Data two times per year
  • Submit DOR (Dates of Record)
  • Complete Surveys
  • Read and submit Assurance with superintendent and principal signatures
  • Identify intervention students on Infinite Campus
  • Attend KCTM Conference (November 5, 2016, TBA) or KCM Conference (March 6 & 7, 2017, Lexington) (also counts toward required PD units shown below)
  • Attend at least 3 Collegial Team Meetings
  • Attend monthly online meetings
  • Attend AdMIT Day with Principal and District Coordinator
  • Complete an option for MIT Community Service:
    • Lead a conference breakout session (with 0, 1, or 2 other presenters)
    • Lead an open KCM Professional Learning Experience, such as Foundations for Early Childhood Mathematics (formerly K-EEMC) or Foundations for Primary Grades Mathematics (formerly EERTI)
    • Submit classroom video (e.g. Number Talk)
    • Create and submit resources, after discussion with KCM staff or regional coordinator (e.g. Family Math Fun Activities; KNP Intervention Guide Task Group; Files/handouts for use in leading professional learning; etc.)
  • Complete your choice of at least 3 continuing Professional Learning Units, in addition to the required activities above:
    • Conduct Peer Visit to another MIT (limit of 2 PL Units)
    • Attend an additional Math Conference (1 conference day = 1 PL Unit)
    • Attend or lead an open KCM Professional Learning Experience, such as EERTI (Enacting Effective Response to Intervention – 3 PL Units); KEEMC (Kentucky/Erikson Early Mathematics Collaborative – 3 PL Units); SNAP (Student Numeracy Assessment Progressions – 2 PL Units); other intensive Primary Mathematics Intervention Intensive Experience (such as AVMR, KNPI, MRIS, AMC, etc.)
    • Attend an update or refresher day (1 PL Unit)
    • Attend KCM Post-Conference Day (March 8, 2017) (1 PL Unit)

Professional Learning Experiences for MITs and Administrators

AdMIT Meetings

Leadership teams from current MAF (Mathematics Achievement Fund) schools, comprised of the principal, the mathematics intervention teacher, and the district mathematics coordinator, will engage in professional learning activities and collaboration focused on high-fidelity, evidence-based mathematics teaching practices leading to positive impact on intervention students and other classroom teachers.

This one-day professional learning experience fulfills a Mathematics Achievement Fund grant requirement for principals and MITs. 5 hours of EILA credit will be available.

Location: Northern Kentucky (Highland Heights)
Date: August 29, 2016
Time: 8:30am-3:30pm, EST

Register Registration closes on August 26, 2016.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: Mathematics intervention teachers, district mathematics coordinators, and principals should each register separately for this meeting date. It is possible that registration will become full before the close date, and therefore, it is advised that all attendees register sooner rather than later to ensure a secured spot for each member of the leadership team.

 

Location: Western Kentucky (Murray)
Date: September 12, 2016
Time: 8:30am-3:30pm, CST

Register Registration closes on September 9, 2016.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: Mathematics intervention teachers, district mathematics coordinators, and principals should each register separately for this meeting date. It is possible that registration will become full before the close date, and therefore, it is advised that all attendees register sooner rather than later to ensure a secured spot for each member of the leadership team.

 

Location: Southwest Kentucky (Glasgow)
Date: September 13, 2016
Time: 8:30am-4:00pm, CST

Register Registration closes on September 9, 2016.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: Mathematics intervention teachers, district mathematics coordinators, and principals should each register separately for this meeting date. It is possible that registration will become full before the close date, and therefore, it is advised that all attendees register sooner rather than later to ensure a secured spot for each member of the leadership team.

 

Location: South Central Kentucky (Somerset)
Date: September 19, 2016
Time: 8:30am-3:30pm, EST

Register Registration closes on September 16, 2016.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: Mathematics intervention teachers, district mathematics coordinators, and principals should each register separately for this meeting date. It is possible that registration will become full before the close date, and therefore, it is advised that all attendees register sooner rather than later to ensure a secured spot for each member of the leadership team.

 

Location: Central Kentucky (Lexington)
Date: September 20, 2016
Time: 8:30am-3:30pm, EST

Register Registration closes on September 16, 2016.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: Mathematics intervention teachers, district mathematics coordinators, and principals should each register separately for this meeting date. It is possible that registration will become full before the close date, and therefore, it is advised that all attendees register sooner rather than later to ensure a secured spot for each member of the leadership team.

 

Location: Central Kentucky (Lexington)
Date: September 21, 2016
Time: 8:30am-3:30pm, EST

Register Registration closes on September 16, 2016.

**IMPORTANT NOTE: Mathematics intervention teachers, district mathematics coordinators, and principals should each register separately for this meeting date. It is possible that registration will become full before the close date, and therefore, it is advised that all attendees register sooner rather than later to ensure a secured spot for each member of the leadership team.

 


Comprehensive Course for Intermediate

Formerly known as MaRTI Plus, this course provides an opportunity for classroom, special education and intervention teachers of students in Grades 3-5 to learn strategies and acquire tools to assess and advance students' mathematical reasoning. Aligned to research-based teaching practices and KAS, topics will include number and operations, place value, fractions and fractions operations, algebraic reasoning and the use of fluency assessments to identify student need. Participants will receive books, activities and instructional materials.

First priority registration for this professional learning experience will be given to intermediate classroom teachers from MAF schools. MITs may also attend to support a participating classroom teacher from their building.

Cost: $0.00

Training Facilitator Lisa Riggs
Location: Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Dates: July 19, 20 & 21; Sept. 26 & 27; March 27 & 28; June 13, 14 & 15
Time: 8:30am-3:30pm (EST)

Register Registration closes on June 24, 2016.

**PLEASE NOTE** New, additional cohort locations will be added pending funding. Expected new cohort locations will be in Bowling Green, Eastern Kentucky, and Frankfort. Please check the KCM website at www.kymath.org in the coming weeks for these additinal registration opportunities.

 


KMIT
For replacement MITs utilizing Number Worlds, Do the Math, Assessing Math Concepts ONLY

KMIT is a numeracy-based professional learning experience for new and/or replacement MITs utilizing Number Worlds, Do the Math, or Assessing Math Concepts intervention programs. Participants will learn how to diagnostically assess student understanding and how to design or choose instructional tasks to foster student understanding. Participants will also be supported by current MITs in grant specific intervention programs.

Cost: $1,600.00

Training Facilitator Kris Jarboe & Julie Adams
Location: Frankfort, Kentucky
Dates: Aug. 8, 9 & 10; Sept. 22 & 23; Nov. 10 & 11; Dec. 14, 15 & 16
Time: 9am-4pm (EST)

Register Registration closes on June 27, 2016.

 


KNPI (KY Numeracy Project Intensive) / AVMR (Add+Vantage MR)
For new and replacement MITs utilizing AVMR

This course is built around Add+Vantage Math Recovery and is designed for elementary grades teachers to learn and practice assessments and teaching strategies for advancing students' foundational number knowledge, including addition and subtraction and multiplication and division.

Cost: $2,000.00

Location: Calloway County (led by Lisa Riggs)
Dates: July 27, 28 & 29; Sept. 8 & 9; Oct. 17 & 18; Dec. 7, 8 & 9
Time: 9am-4pm (CT)

Register Registration closes on June 15, 2016.

 

Location: Corbin (led by Selisa Adams)
Dates: Dates for this course are still being confirmed. To receive a notification when dates become available, please click, "Notify Me" below, and you will be contacted with date information when it becomes available.
Time: TBD

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Louisville (led by Kris Jarboe)
Dates: July 27, 28 & 29; Sept. 15 & 16; Nov. 3 & 4; Dec. 7, 8 & 9
Time: 9am-4pm (EST)

Register Registration closes on June 15, 2016.

 


Documents

AdMIT 2016 Resources