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SCS - TNCore Rollout 2013 Study Group # 1

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1. SCS -TNCore Rollout 2013 Study Group # 1

2. Common Core State Standards Module 1: An Introduction: Making Sense of Tasks Setup and Implementation

3. Session Goals Review the TNCore Beliefs Reflect on an overview of the Instructional Shifts and Changes from 2012-13 SY to 2013-14 SY to make sense of the Implementation and Rationale of CCSS impacts student performance Compare and contrast the four cognitive levels of a task using TAG (Task Analysis Guide) Analyze and Label 3 Math Tasks to determine the cognitive demand level of each task

4. Rationale Tasks form the basis for students’ opportunities to learn what mathematics is and how one does it, yet not all tasks afford the same levels and opportunities for student thinking. By analyzing instructional and assessment tasks that are for the same domain of mathematics, teachers will begin to identify the characteristics of high level tasks, differentiate between those that require problem-solving and those that assess specific mathematical reasoning. (IFL TNCore Training Manual, 2013). Why is this important?

5. Instructional Shifts

9. Focus Clusters

10. 2013-14 CRA’s and TCAP Constructed Response Assessments • First administration: October 22, 2013 • Second administration: February 19, 2014 • TCAP: April 29, 2014 to May 5, 2014

11. Task Analysis Guide (TAG) Memorization Procedures Without Connections Procedures with Connections Doing Mathematics

12. Low Cognitive Level Tasks Memorization Procedures Without Connections

13. High Cognitive Level Tasks Procedures with Connections Doing Mathematics

14. WHICH COGNITIVE LEVEL AM I?

15. WHICH COGNITIVE LEVEL AM I?

16. WHICH COGNITIVE LEVEL AM I?

17. Task Analysis Guide Memorization Procedures without Connections Procedures with Connections Doing Math

18. Final Thoughts Bridge to Practice Big Ideas Take-Aways I Need More