* 3. I examined student work and/or behavior as evidence of learning and reflected on the way evidence influences instructional decisions.

* 4. How did the Master Trainer model differentiation during Week 1?

* 5. I had the opportunity to learn about formative assessments that reveal students’ understanding of math.

* 6. I developed a good understanding of the Math Institute Essential Components for re-delivery during Week 2.

* 7. I had the opportunity to observe best practices in math instruction. (This includes Quality Plus Teaching Strategies.)

* 8. I had the opportunity to reflect on the math instruction I observed. (Core lessons by the Master Trainer).

* 9. I had the opportunity to reflect on my own instructional practices and beliefs about effective math instruction.

* 10. The organization of Week 1 helped me prepare for re-delivery during Week 2.

* 11. Master Trainers provided me with the resources I needed for re-delivery during Week 2.

* 12. I was given opportunities to practice/implement during Week 1 the tasks/lessons to be re-delivered during Week 2. (i.e. lead content lessons, lead debriefing sessions, etc.)

* 13. I received helpful information and coaching during my practice implementations with students during Week 1 from my Master Trainer.

* 14. I was able to improve students’ and teachers’ understandings of math content and/or math instruction during Week 2.

* 15. After participating as a Cluster Trainer, I deepened my content knowledge and feel confident in my experiences to implement what I learned about algebraic reasoning and critical thinking/problem solving in my own classroom.

* 16. What are the three most important things you learned during Math Institute?

* 17. How can Math Institute be improved?

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