- Demonstrate a few different ways that rigor can look in a math classroom
- Analyze the components of rigor to then go implement in different parts of the learning cycle
- Recognize and value the complexity of planning for rigor
- Add tools and strategies that will encourage you to find ways to amp up the rigor during instruction and student practice

- You are solid on the mathematical concepts and skills that are you teaching
- You are consistent and comfortable at designing and facilitating the key components of a lesson plan.
- Some of your students are on track to meet and exceed their growth and achievement goals.
- You are frustrated with and confused by the lack of progress for the students that are not on track to meet their growth and achievement goals.
- You are curious about rigor / rich math tasks.

- Determine which students have not been engaged in rigorous learning activities.
- Evaluate the math problems in upcoming lesson activities that are / are not rigorous
- Reduce the quantity of math problems students are completing in class and increase the time engaged in rich and meaningful math problems.

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