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Standards Mapping. A process to collect information about content, assessment and thinking processes currently in place with a school. What concepts, skills, knowledge and understandings you teach and how thoroughly you teach it. Why map the standards? .

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Standards Mapping

A process to collect information about content, assessment and thinking processes currently in place with a school.

What concepts, skills, knowledge and understandings you teach and how thoroughly you teach it.

why map the standards
Why map the standards?

Mapping is a communication tool between teachers, administrators, parents and students.

Mapping is a planning tool for meeting state content standards, developing and revising curriculum, identifying supplies and materials and redesigning assessment.

Mapping is a pedagogical tool to promote best practices in instruction and assessment.

how does the process work
How does the process work?

Teachers work together to discover the essence of the standards and ensure a solid match between their choice of content, the chosen skills, knowledge and understandings and the types of assessments that will let them know that students are progressing toward standards.

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Reflect on current teaching practices (Record the “true curriculum)”
  • Examine standards and determine to what extent each standards is being taught.
    • Individual classroom perspective
    • School-wide perspective
  • Record school-wide perspective on standards chart by grade level
    • Red - standards not addressed
    • Yellow – standards addressed minimally and not to understanding (introductory level)
    • Green – Standards thoroughly addressed to understanding (directly taught and assessed)
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Analyze completed standards charts horizontally and vertically in order to:

Avoid redundancy (recognize the difference between repetition and redundancy)

Identify gaps

Identify areas for potential integration

Edit for coherence

we ve mapped our standards implementation what s next
We’ve mapped our standards implementation; what’s next?
  • Areas for ongoing consideration
    • What does our data tell us?
    • How will we know they know?
    • What’s the best way to teach it?
    • How do we give kids a spiraling experience?
    • Can we integrate content standards?
    • How do we develop new standards-based
    • curriculum:
    • What staff development will we need?
some important definitions
Some Important Definitions
  • Vertical Alignment – defining essential progression of benchmarks from one level to another based on performance standards.
  • Curriculum Mapping – establishing a timeline for focusing on specific benchmarks at each level.
more definitions
More Definitions
  • Unpacking – clarifying standards, benchmarks and performance standards by discussing as a team and deciding on user-friendly language.
  • Essential Learnings (Power Standards) – The most effective use of time in teaching what is enduring, has leverage and provides readiness for the next level of learning.
  • Pacing Guide – a calendar to make sure all Essential Learnings are taught by the time students are assessed/and before students enter the next grade level.
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