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STANDARDS, STANDARDS, EVERYWHERE…: DO STANDARDS= “STANDARDS-BASED INSTRUCTION”?. “Multiplying the Options” conference Everett Community College June 2010. Bill Moore, Policy Associate, SBCTC Director, Transition Math Project (TMP) [email protected] 360-704-4346. WHY STANDARDS?.

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Standards standards everywhere do standards standards based instruction

STANDARDS, STANDARDS, EVERYWHERE…:DO STANDARDS= “STANDARDS-BASED INSTRUCTION”?

“Multiplying the Options” conference

Everett Community College June 2010

Bill Moore, Policy Associate, SBCTC

Director, Transition Math Project (TMP)

[email protected] 360-704-4346


Why standards

WHY STANDARDS?

  • Are standards important in education, and if so, why?

  • How, if at all, do standards shape and influence your work as a teacher, and which standards do you use?

  • What do you see as the real (or potential) negatives of state-level defined standards?


Crms k 12 crosswalk

CRMS/K-12 CROSSWALK


Common core high school mathematics standards

Common core High SchoolMathematics Standards

Key areas of emphasis:

  • Applying mathematical ways of thinking to real world issues and challenges

  • Developing a depth of understanding and ability to transfer understandings to novel situations

  • Using mathematical modeling as well as the use of mathematics and statistics to analyze empirical situations and improve decisions

  • 5 conceptual categories:

  • Number and Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability


A standards comparison looking at functions

A STANDARDS COMPARISON:LOOKING AT FUNCTIONS

  • College Readiness Math Standards, Common Core

    1. What do you find surprising

    here?

    2. How are these standards

    reflected in the math courses

    at your school?

  • Reviewing example problems:

    Reactions, comments?


Standards standards everywhere do standards standards based instruction

http://www.am.dodea.edu/ddessasc/aboutddess/standards/standardsbased.html


Supporting standards or a testing industrial complex

SUPPORTING STANDARDS OR A TESTING INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX?


Meaningful standards based instruction

We put an enormous amount of energy into changing structures and usually leave instructional practice untouched…

Richard Elmore, 2002

Meaningful standards-based instruction

“The standards come alive when teachers study student work, collaborate with other teachers to improve their understanding of subjects and students’ thinking, and develop new approaches to teaching that are relevant and useful for them and their students.”

 Linda Darling-Hammond, 1997

Teacher support through professional “communities of practice”


Questions comments

QUESTIONS/COMMENTS?


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