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  1. RUC2 Ready

  2. LEARNING GOAL: Teachers will have an overall understanding of Common Core State Standards, understand the timeline for implementation and understand the differences between NGSSS and CCSS.

  3. What does it mean to be College and Career Ready? • Our students will leave high school with the knowledge and skills they need for • College • Trade school • Highly skilled job in the 21st century • Confident, self-directed, independent learners

  4. Understanding University Success • 3 year study - 2003 • 400 faculty members & college administrators • Representing 20 prominent universities • Identified skills & knowledge needed by 1st year college student (Knowledge & Skills for University Success)

  5. Habits of Mind Identified by KSUS • Define the successful first year college student as: • Inquisitive • Willing to take risks, accept feedback, learn from mistakes • Skilled in critical thinking • Able to draw inferences, & reach conclusions based on the critical evaluation process • Skilled in supporting their opinions with sound coherent arguments

  6. First Year College Students • Achieve – • A non-profit education organization • Created by the Governors Association • Report by 300 two- and four-year professors who taught first year college students

  7. 70% say students do not comprehend complex text • 66% say student cannot think analytically • 65% say students lack appropriate work and study habits • 62% say students write poorly • 59% say students do not know how to do research • 55% say students cannot apply what they have learned

  8. Nationally, employers expect employees to use a broad set of skills.

  9. Global Achievement Gap • The gap between what even our best suburban, urban and rural public schools are teaching and testing and what all students will need to succeed as • learners • workers • citizens • in today’s global knowledge economy From: The Global Achievement Gap by Tony Wagner

  10. 21st Century Skills – Rigor Redefined • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving • Collaboration & Leadership • Agility & Adaptability • Initiative and Entrepreneurialism • Effective Oral & Written Communication • Accessing & Analyzing Information • Curiosity & Imagination

  11. Cooperative Activity • After reading your section: • Each member -give a one sentence summary • Next: In a Round Robin structure share with your team how well we are preparing students with these 21st Century skills. Begin with member number 4. • Time limit – 14 minutes

  12. Common Core State Standards • National k-12 standards • What students need to be able to do for success in college and career • Emphasize critical thinking with strong foundation in literacy and math • These standards build from elementary to end of high school (backwards design) • Developed by the National Governors Association

  13. Florida Transitions toCommon Core State Standards • CCSS • Standards-based instruction facilitated by learning goals • Big ideas and learning goals guide the development of curriculum maps • Learning progressions or scales describe expectations for student progress in attaining the learning goals • Assessments used to monitor student progressare aligned directly to the learning progressions or scales • Teaching big ideas narrows the focus and allows students to delve deeper for a greater depth of understanding NGSSS • Standards-based instruction • Test item specifications guide development of curriculum maps • Focus mini-assessments aligned to individual benchmarks and used to monitor student progress • Teaching benchmarks in isolation results in long lists of tasks to master • CCSS

  14. Florida’s CCSS Implementation Plan

  15. Our students at CES need to learn to: • Think critically • Communicate with each other, with teachers, with other audiences • Orally • In Writing • Solve problems • Make decisions • Read complex text – especially informational text • Learn from taking risks, learn from failure • Defend their ideas and opinions • Use learning strategies effectively • Take ownership in learning • Apply what they know and learn

  16. What professional learning experiences to we need to support our students to be C2 ready? • CIS – Comprehension Instructional Sequence -complex text • Cooperative Structures/Kagan Strategies • Project Based Learning • Thinking Maps • Authentic Writing • CRISS Strategies • Strategic Instructional Model • AVID Strategies • PBS • RtI • CCSS • Evaluating Lessons and Assessments for Cognitive Complexity

  17. Florida’s CCSS Implementation Plan

  18. R U C2 Ready?