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Introduction to CCSS. Slides combined from Denny Thompsons “On the Road to 2014-2015” and Marcia Barnhart’s “ELA Common Core Standards and Model Curriculum”. Demand for a Highly Educated Workforce. ~ Molly Broad, President American Council on Education March 15, 2011.

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Introduction to ccss

Introduction to CCSS

Slides combined from Denny Thompsons “On the Road to 2014-2015” and Marcia Barnhart’s “ELA Common Core Standards and Model Curriculum”


Demand for a highly educated workforce

Demand for a Highly Educated Workforce

~Molly Broad, President

American Council on Education

March 15, 2011

The U.S. will need 22 million new college degrees by 2018 to fill the demand for educated labor.


Are ohio students ready for college

Are Ohio Students Ready for College?

ACT, “The Conditions of College & Career Readiness, Class of 2010: Ohio.”


21 st century skills

21st Century Skills


Ohio s new content standards

Ohio’s New Content Standards

Ohio’s revised standards

Common core

  • Science

  • Social studies

  • Mathematics

  • English language arts


Standards reflect

Standards Reflect

New Features:

New Focus:

  • Fewer, clearer, and higher

  • Internationally benchmarked

  • Aligned to model curriculum

  • College and career readiness

  • Content and skills

  • Coherence, focus, rigor


Academic content standards

Academic Content Standards:

By Content Area


Ohio science standards

Ohio Science Standards

  • Strands:

    • Earth and space science

    • Physical science

    • Life science

  • Skills:

    • Science inquiry

    • Applications


Attributes of the science standards

Attributes of the Science Standards

Content-focused

Support learning at all cognitive levels

Promote science application with content

Embed scientific inquiry, engineering and technological design


What can be done now

What can be done now?

Teach science at depth, through inquiry

Connect science to the real world

Try some of the model curriculum strategies or examples that align with what is currently being taught at grade level


Ohio social studies standards

Ohio Social Studies Standards

  • Strands:

    • History

    • Geography

    • Government

    • Economics

  • Skills:

    • Historical thinking

    • Spatial thinking

    • Civic participation

    • Economic decision making

    • Financial literacy


Mathematics common core standards

Mathematics Common Core Standards

Greater emphasis on reasoning and problem solving

Teach content through the standards for mathematical practice


Ela common core standards framework

ELA Common Core Standards Framework

The major areas or disciplines of study within each content area.

Strands

The main focus of the content within each strand.

“What” students should know and be able to do at each grade level and band.

Topics

Standard Statements by Grade Level

Standards Statements by Grade Level

Standards Statements by Grade Level


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Model Curriculum Example

English Language Arts

Grade 3

Progressions

Standards

Content Elaborations

Enduring Understanding

Instructional Strategies and Resources


Preparation for new standards

Preparation for New Standards

Tasks for Districts


What can be done now science

What can be done now? Science

Teach science at depth, through inquiry

Connect science to the real world

Try some of the model curriculum strategies or examples that align with what is currently being taught at grade level


Introduction to ccss

What can be done now?

Vertical Alignment in

Social Studies

  • Grade Four, Content Statement 21:

    • The Ohio Constitution and the U.S. Constitution separate the major responsibilities of government among three branches.

  • Grade Eight, Content Statement 20:

    • The U.S. Constitution established a federal system of government, a representative democracy and a framework with separation of powers and checks and balances.

  • High School, American Government, Content Statement 5:

    • As the supreme law of the land, the U.S. Constitution incorporates basic principles which help define the government of the United States as a federal republic including its structure, powers and relationship with the governed.


What can be done now math

What can be done now? Math

  • Get to know the CCSSM through Professional Learning Communities

    • Use the “critical areas”

    • Take a “progressions view”

  • Begin developing the Mathematical Practices


What can be done now ela

What can be done now? ELA

Place emphasis on providing students with increased opportunities to:

  • Do criticalreading and analysis of complex text

  • Increase exposure and access to more informational text.

  • Write and present arguments based on evidence

  • In addition, professional development opportunities in which teachers engage in reading, analyzing and discussing the Introduction, and Appendices A, B, C of the Common Core State Standards are suggested.  The Appendices can be found at www.corestandards.org by selecting The Standards tab at the top of the page.  


Common core standards ela

Common Core Standards: ELA

Shift in emphasis from fiction to nonfiction in reading and writing:

Distribution of Literary and Informational Passages

by Grade in the 2009 NAEP Reading Framework

Based on Reading framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.


Ohio s new assessments hb1

Ohio’s New Assessments: HB1

  • K-8

    • Combine reading and writing into a single English language arts assessment

    • Establish 3 performance levels (instead of 5)

  • High School

    • College Test

    • Series of End of Course Exams

    • Senior Project – Note: Revised S.B. 153 takes the SR Project out of the assessment formula


Things to consider

Things to Consider

  • Use standards and model curricula to plan integrated instruction, not checklists

  • Use crosswalk documents to look forward, not backward

  • Usedatato provoke targeted discussions about instruction, not to reduce the quality of curriculum

    • Use formative assessment to provide insight into student thinking, not as a task bank

    • Use Response to Intervention to encourage high-quality, Tier 1 instruction for all students, not to sort students


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