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Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science Curriculum Map . Curriculum Mapping Team. Chemistry Michelle Thomas (Start) Roxanne Allen (Scott) Environmental Science Tim Bollin (Toledo Early College) Kim Bigioni (Phoenix Academy) Physics Andrew Frank (Start)

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Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science Curriculum Map


Curriculum mapping team

Curriculum Mapping Team

  • Chemistry

    • Michelle Thomas (Start)

    • Roxanne Allen (Scott)

  • Environmental Science

    • Tim Bollin (Toledo Early College)

    • Kim Bigioni (Phoenix Academy)

  • Physics

    • Andrew Frank (Start)

    • Elizabeth Buckholtz (Science Support)


Agenda

Agenda

Introductions

Ohio College and Career Readiness Science Standards

Curriculum Map

Discussion


Introductions

Introductions


Group norms

Group Norms

Cell phones

Breaks

Side bars

Questions


Ohio s college career ready science standards

Ohio’s College & Career Ready Science Standards

  • Model Curriculum

  • Content organized by course

  • College and Career Readiness


College career ready science standards

College & Career Ready Science Standards


College and career ready science standards

College and Career Ready Science Standards


College and career ready science standards1

College and Career Ready Science Standards


College and career ready science standards2

College and Career Ready Science Standards


College and career ready science standards3

College and Career Ready Science Standards


College and career ready science standards4

College and Career Ready Science Standards


Software updates

Software Updates

  • Have your school ETRT order the following updates for your classroom computer.

Adobe Flash Player


College and career ready science standards5

College and Career Ready Science Standards


College and career ready science standards6

College and Career Ready Science Standards


Ohio s college career ready science standards1

Ohio’s College & Career Ready Science Standards

  • Where to find it. http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODEDefaultPage.aspx?page=1


College and career ready science standards7

College and Career Ready Science Standards

  • Contribute Resources http://survey.education.ohio.gov/se.ashx?s=60DA72700C42A2BE

  • Report Problems

    http://survey.education.ohio.gov/se.ashx?s=60DA72702E9D5F6C


College and career ready science standards8

College and Career Ready Science Standards


Assessment

Assessment

Proposed

  • End of course exams.

  • Proposed models include:

    • Multiple choice and computer enhanced items

    • Performance assessments

      • Extended response

      • Performance tasks


But wait there s more

But wait…There’s more!

  • Is it a bird?

  • Is it a plane?

  • Is it a pacing guide?

  • No, it’s a

    curriculum map!


Do s don ts

Do’s & Don'ts

  • Do not read cover to cover.

  • Do look up topics as you are planning to teach them.

  • Do not get attached.

  • Do download a new version every year.

  • I do not recommend you print.

  • Do not feel you have to do every activity.

  • Do not feel you have to go in this order.

  • Do pay special attention to the Content Elaboration.

  • Do think about PD that would help support you as you transition into the new standards.


The template

The Template


The template1

The Template


Physics

Physics


Physics1

Topic & Course Content

Physics


Content elaboration

Content Elaboration


Enduring understanding essential questions

Enduring Understanding & Essential Questions


Strategies resources

Strategies & Resources


Strategies resources1

Strategies & Resources


Strategies resources2

Strategies & Resources


Strategies resources3

Strategies & Resources


Strategies resources4

Strategies & Resources


Assessments misconceptions

Assessments & Misconceptions


Chemistry map

Chemistry Map


Chemistry highlights

Chemistry Highlights


Chemistry highlights1

Chemistry Highlights


Chemistry highlights2

Chemistry Highlights


Chemistry highlights3

Chemistry Highlights


Special considerations

Special Considerations


Environmental science

Environmental Science


Environmental science model curriculum

Environmental Science ~ Model Curriculum ~

Three “Course Content” Sections


Environmental science model curriculum1

Environmental Science ~ Model Curriculum ~


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

First Semester, Curriculum Map

Part 1 - Intro/Structure of the Earth

Part 2 - Ecology (Ecosystems, Biomes)

Part 3 - Population/Biodiversity


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Second Semester, Curriculum Map

Part 1 – Natural Resources (Water/Water Pollution, Atmosphere/Air Pollution, Land/Mineral Resources)

Part 2 – Energy Resources


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Environmental Science

~ Model Curriculum ~

Content Elaboration

Each of the three “Course Content” sections are followed by:

“Content Elaboration”*****

“Expectations for Learning: Cognitive Demands”

“Visions into Practice” (suggestions for student tasks)

Page 26 of 94


Environmental science content elaboration inquiry

Environmental Science, Content Elaboration: Inquiry

Instruction Overview

To understand the effects that certain contaminants may have on the environment, scientific investigations and research must be conducted on alocal, national and global level(MC pp. 29).

Water, air, land, and biotic field and lab sampling/testing equipment and methods must be utilized with real-world application (MC pp. 29).

Quantifiable field and/or lab data must be used to analyze and draw conclusions regarding air, water or land quality (MC pp. 29).

From Model Curriculum’s

“Content Elaborations”


College and career readiness inquiry

College and Career Readiness: Inquiry

“Investigations are used to understand and explain the behavior of nature in a variety of inquiry and design scenarios that incorporate scientific reasoning, analysis, communication skills and real-world applications”

“scientific investigations and research must be conducted on a local, national and global level”


College and career readiness real world investigation

College and Career Readiness:Real World Investigation

“Water, air, land, and biotic field and lab sampling/testing equipment and methods must be utilized with real-world application.”

Design and conduct a field investigation that concentrates on a specific environmental problem

Plan and implement an investigation to determine the water quality of a section of a local stream


College and career readiness real world investigation1

College and Career Readiness:Real World Investigation

“Examples of types of water-quality testing include: hydraulic conductivity, suspended and dissolved solids, dissolved oxygen, biochemical oxygen demand, temperature, pH, fecal coliform and macro-invertebrate studies”


College and career readiness using technology

College and Career Readiness:Using Technology

“using technology to collect global resource data for comparative classroom study is recommended”

“Research and document”

“Using real-time data, research the most severe environmental problems”

“Use a computer-modeling program (many are available through freeware sites) to model and predict”


College and career readiness global perspective

College and Career Readiness:Global Perspective

“Present findings to an authentic audience”

“Technology can be used for comparative studies to share local data internationally”

“Compare the results to known data from a different country”


Environmental science model curriculum project based

Environmental Science: Model CurriculumProject Based

Instruction Overview

One well-planned long-term project can be used to teach multiple topics. (MC pp. 25)

Connections and interactions of energy and matter between Earth’s spheres must be researched and investigated using real, quantifiable data.(MC pp. 26)

From Model Curriculum’s

“Course Description” and

“Content Elaborations”


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Environmental Science

~ Model Curriculum ~

Each of the three “Course Content” sections are followed by:

“Instructional Strategies and Resources”

(suggestions for strategies and resources)

Page 27 of 94


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Environmental Science

~ Model Curriculum ~

Each of the three “Course Content” sections are followed by:

“Common Misconceptions”

“Diverse Learners”

Page 28 of 94


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Environmental Science

~ Model Curriculum ~

Each of the three “Course Content” sections are followed by:

“Classroom Portals”

Page 29 of 94


Environmental science curriculum alignment map

Environmental Science~ Curriculum Alignment Map ~


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Part 1 Alignment Overview

Indicates how

course content

aligns with

Model Curriculum


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Resources for finding

additional projects or

data

Part 2 General Resources


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Part 3 Content Elaboration Highlights

Highlights First

Semester Topics

from Model Curriculum


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

List of possible Long-Term Projects

that could be used to teach

multiple topics and their location

within the curriculum alignment

map. (*Most project suggestions

are from the “Visions Into Practice”

section of the Model Curriculum)

Topic suggestion for Project

(based on recent event/ relevance

to Ohio/ Interest to student)


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Part 4 Content


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Content (cont.)

*Instructional

Strategies

(Includes “Visions

into Practice” tasks

from Model Curriculum)

District Adopted

Resources

(Text content,

Labs from text)

Content

Statments

Key Terms


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

*Instructional

Strategies

Indicates that resources for

the instructional activity are

included within the

curriculum alignment map.


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Assessments

Misconceptions


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

*Resources for Long-Term Projects

(also integrates material from model curriculum’s

“Instructional Strategies and Resources”)

Reminder that this is

not an all-inclusive checklist

Title & Info from

“Instructional Strategies”

Topic suggestion

for project

Alignment with Literacy Standards

Resources for

Instructional Strategy


Chemistry physics environmental science curriculum map

Web Resources for Instruction

(also integrates material from Model Curriculum’s

“Instructional Strategies and Resources”)

Topic


Environmental science1

Environmental Science:

-Incorporates Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science

-Many interdisciplinary opportunities

-Literature

-Social Studies

-Mathematics

-Arts


How do i get a copy

How Do I Get A Copy?

  • IntraNet

  • Click on Curriculum

  • Click on Science

  • Click on Download

  • Choose your subject.


Curriculum website

Curriculum Website

  • In the process of being up-dated


Community resources

Community Resources


Discussion

Discussion

  • Questions

  • Ideas or concerns


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