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### We have not and will not prescribe a national curriculum. I want to repeat that.

State Standards

Student Learning

School Change

Annual

Professional

Performance

Review

(APPR)

Data

Driven

Instruction

Unpacking the Standards

Review the format of the Common Core Standards document

Note major shifts with the Common Core Standards

Discuss implications and next steps

I have yet to see any problem, however complicated, which,when you looked at it in theright way, did not become still more complicated.Poul Anderson

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Arne Duncan

Secretary of Education

NCEE, May 24, 2011

Major Shifts – ELA

- 50% of texts in K-5 are informational
- Literacy in history, science, and other disciplines
- Text complexity matters
- Text-dependent questions
- Constructing an argument with evidence in writing
- Building academic vocabulary

Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES

Making it the NYS Common Core 15%

Pre-K standards

Responding to Literature

Inquiry, culture, and diversity

Appendices

Appendix A -Research Supporting Key Elements of the Standards; Glossary of Key Terms

Appendix B -Text Exemplars and Sample Performance Tasks

Appendix C -Examples of Student Writing

Major Shifts – Math

- Fluency
- Understanding
- Application

CCSS Math: Characteristics

- “inter-connected” concepts
- Teaching for DEPTH, not WIDTH
- “Mind-shift”

CCSS Math: Characteristics

“The Standards should be read as allowing for the widest possible range of students to participate fully from the outset, along with appropriate accommodations to ensure maximum participation of students with special education needs.” (CCSS mathematics document, p. 4)

CCSS Math: Characteristics

“The Standards should be read as allowing for the widest possible range of students to participate fully from the outset, along with appropriate accommodations to ensure maximum participation of students with special education needs.” (CCSS mathematics document, p. 4)

Performance indicators at each grade level written like a “list of skills.”

5 Conceptual process strands

Content strands with individual standards

Performance indicators at each grade level written in a way that concepts are “inter-connected” within a grade level.

8 Conceptual process strands

11 domains within the K-8 curriculum

Structural Organizations2011 CCS

2005 NYS

Considerations for Math and ELA

- Interpreting the language
- Conceptually related curriculum vs. “check-list” of topics
- Embedding the CCS in PD

CCSS: The future

Exploring curriculum models

Role of Network teams

Implementation of CCS – September 2012

PARCC Assessments aligned to the CCS – June 2015

The Curriculum Model will be…

- Sequenced
- Content-Specific
- Spiraled
- Include sample tasks
- Developed in the spring of 2011 and available in the spring of 2012

Regional Cooperation

- Ongoing and staggered APPR training
- Unit writing
- Using data to inform and guide instruction
- The changing face of instructional leadership
- Leadership for instructional change
- Navigating the change process

For more information…

http://engageny.org/common-core/

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