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Looking at Standards-Based Education Through the INFOhio Lens . Gayle Geitgey OELMA, 2006 geitgg@urbana.k12.oh.us. Why Standards ?. “ Standards guide instruction that is focused on student learning .”

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looking at standards based education through the infohio lens
Looking at Standards-Based Education Through the INFOhio Lens

Gayle Geitgey

OELMA, 2006

geitgg@urbana.k12.oh.us

why standards
WhyStandards?

“Standards guide instructionthat is focused on student learning.”

“Standards serve as a basis for instructional planning that ensures all teachers first consider what they want students to know and be able to do as a result of their instruction.”

ODE INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, 2005

traditional vs standards based program
Traditional:

Teacher/Librarian centered

Stand-alone skills

Fixed schedule

Teacher/Librarian selects materials

Local control of collections, textbooks, curriculum-

Standards-based:

Student centered

Collaboration

Flexible schedule

Teacher requests & recommendations

Student Assessment

Collection, textbooks, curriculum based on state standards

Traditional vs. Standards-based Program
five stages of planning for standards based educaton
FIVE STAGES of PLANNING for STANDARDS-BASED EDUCATON:
  • Content: Determine what needs to be taught (using the academic content standards as a guide);
  • Assessment: Plan effective ways to assess student learning, before learning, during learning and after learning;
  • Data Analysis: Identify the types of data that will be collected and consider how they will be analyzed to make data-based planning decisions;
  • Instruction: Consider the effective ways to teach the content to a range of student learners, differentiating instruction as needed to meet the needs of all learners;
  • Materials: Use criteria to select materials and resources that can support teaching and learning.

ODE Instructional Management System, 2005

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Know and Identify

Academic Content Standards

ODE Instructional Management System, 2005

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Assessments

  • Formative=Assessment FOR Learning
  • Short Cycle
  • Rubric
  • Peer Review
  • Journaling
  • Pre/Post tests
  • Summative=Assessment OF Learning
  • Common assessments
  • Ohio Academic Achievement Tests for 3rd-8th grade
  • Ohio Graduation Test
  • Traditional grades

Data Analysis

  • Very Important: Collecting the data related to assessments and performance.
planning for instruction
Planning for Instruction

Page 205 of the Library Guidelines book

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Standards and Resources

INFOhio and Academic Content Standards

http://www.infohio.org

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INFOhio and Academic Content Standards

http://www.infohio.org/Educator/OhioACS.html

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Ohio Department of Education

http://www.ode.state.oh.us

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ODE Instructional Management System

http://ims.ode.state.oh.us

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INFOhio Core Collection

http://www.infohio.org/ER/ERcore.asp

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Britannica Online and

Standards

Start at http://school.eb.com/browse/teachers

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INFOhio Core Collection

http://www.infohio.org/ER/ERcore.asp

infohio and academic content standards3
INFOhio and Academic Content Standards

Learning Activities

http://www.infohio.org/Educator/LearningActivities.html

student learning
Student Learning

“The school library introduced me to the INFOhio web site which helped me find sources for my research paper. Because of that I was able to put forth 100% effort, remember my work and get a really good grade on the paper.”

Student Voices, The Ohio Study, 2004

INFORMATIONAL – TRANSFORMATIONAL – FORMATIONAL

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THANKS FOR ATTENDING

Slide show available at http://www.infohio.org/LibraryStaff/OELMA2006.html

resources
Resources
  • Ainsworth, L. (2003). Power Standards: Identifying the Standards that Matter the Most. Advanced Learning Press. http://www.makingstandardswork.com
  • Coatney, S. (2003) “Teaching and Assessing,” Curriculum Connections Through the Library. Libraries Unlimited, 158.
  • Guskey, T. (2003). How Classroom Assessments Improve Learning,” Educational Leadership, February. 6-11.
  • Jacobs, H. H. (1997). Mapping the Big Picture, ASCD.
  • Ohio Department of Education, Instructional Management System. http://ims.ode.state.oh.us/ODE/IMS/Default.asp?bhcp=1
  • Ohio Educational Library Media Association. http://www.oelma.org
  • Reeves, D.B. (2002). Making Standards Work. Advanced Learning Press. 110. http://www.makingstandardswork.com
  • Stiggins, R.J. (2002). “ The Assessment Crisis: The absence of assessment for learning.” Phi Delta Kappan, 83(10), 758-765. http://www.assessmentinst.com
  • Todd, R.J. (Aug/Sept, 2003). School Libraries & Evidence:Seize the Day, Begin the Future. Library Media Connections.
  • Wiggins, G. and McTighe, J. (1998). Understanding by Design. Association for Supervison and Curriculum Development. http://www.grantwiggins.org