CKEC Social Studies Leadership Network. September 30 th , 2014. Today’s materials can be accessed at : www.debbiewaggoner.com/sept-2014-social-studies.html. CKEC Social Studies Facilitation Team. Burgin Independent School Over 100 years of Excellence.
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CKEC Social Studies Leadership Network
September 30th, 2014
Today’s materials can be accessed at:
Burgin Independent School
Over 100 years of Excellence
CKEC Social Studies Network AGENDA – Sept. 30th, 2014--Welcome and Introductions, target for the day: awareness of draft standards and provide feedback--Why New? Why Now? --Exploring the 15 Anchor Standards & Progressions --Architecture of the Standards
LUNCH – District Team Planning (what professional learning have you done, what do you need to do?)
Grade Level Groups & Focus Group Pull-Outs--Diving into the Grade Level Standards --Online Feedback Survey --Receive two books:--Reading Strategies for Social Studies 2nd Edition (Try out a strategy)--Make Just One Change – Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions (Book Study: Read pg1-26)--PD360 Discussion Groups
Pillars of Network Meetings
Highly Effective Teaching and learning
Kentucky’s Core Academic Standards
CKEC network GOAL 2014-2015:
Build the capacity of district leadership teams to support the implementation of PGES, KCAS, effective leadership, effective teaching and assessment literacy through strategies and resources.
TPGES –Teacher Professional Growth and Effectiveness System
Target for the day:
awareness of draft standards and provide feedback
Conquering the unknown
What informed development of
KCAS for Social Studies Progressions?
--May 2014 Request for Application for Writing Team Members
--June 2014 Up to Five Teachers Per Cooperative Region Selected
--June/July 2014 Four Writing Sites Convened Over Five Days
--July 31, 2014 Representatives from Each Cooperative Region Met to Propose a Completed Draft
Kentucky Department of Education
Regional Social Studies Instructional Specialists 2014-2015
Model Curriculum Framework
Read Sources A-G and complete your
Why New? Why Now? organizer
citing evidence from the documents.
Architecture of the KCAS for Social Studies
based on C3
Coherence, Congruency, Clarity
-Put the standards in the order K-12 that makes sense
to your group,
-Next check to see if the Progression for your ANCHOR
STANDARD matches the order your group has chosen.
-Make note of any discrepancies on post-it notes in the
form of questions– be sure to label your Anchor Name and describe any Progressions questions by grade.
-Place all post-it questions on chart for your Disciplinary Core Concept
Looking specifically at the Disciplinary Core Concept of CIVIC MINDEDNESS, to what degree does the K-12 Progression articulate a clear learning pathway for each CIVIC MINDEDNESS Anchor Standard? ____
Looking specifically at the Disciplinary Core Concept of ECONOMIC DECISION-MAKING, to what degree does the K-12 Progression articulate a clear learning pathway for each ECONOMIC DECISION-MAKING Anchor Standard? ____
Looking specifically at the Disciplinary Core Concept of GEOGRAPHIC REASONING, to what degree does the K-12 Progression articulate a clear learning pathway for each GEOGRAPHIC REASONING Anchor Standard? ____
Looking specifically at the Disciplinary Core Concept of HISTORICAL THINKING, to what degree does the K-12 Progression articulate a clear learning pathway for each HISTORICAL THINKING Anchor Standard? ____
Gallery Walk with the Survey Questions
Disciplinary Core Concepts
--August 21, 2014 Reconvening of Cohort 1 for guidance and refinement
--September 2014 Targeted Focus Groups
*Content Leadership Networks
*Other Key Stakeholders
--October 2014 First Read KBE
--November 2014 Continue to solicit Feedback and Refine Draft
--December 2014 Second Read
--January 2015 Public Comment Period
Grade Level Groups
District Team Planning
what professional learning have you done, what do you need to do?
At lunch, we will let you know which members of your district team will participate in the focus group (excluding districts with standards’ writers).
Grade Level Groups
Dive into your grade level/course standards. Analyze the content as a whole.
What are the big ideas of your grade level/course?
How do the grade level standards fit together to form a cohesive course?
What supporting content comes in the previous grade level and how does it progress to the next level?
-Make note of any comments on post-it notes in the
form of questions– be sure to label the Standard Number.
-Place all post-it questions on the chart for your Grade Level
Please complete the online evaluation before you leave. We need your feedback!
See you next month on October 21st!