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## Help! I’m Being Attacked by New Math Standards!!!

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**Help! I’m Being Attacked by New Math Standards!!!**A Project CHILD Presentation by Scott Simpson**Today’s Objectives:**State & National Standards Project CHILD Solutions Project CHILD philosophy of subject area experts, cross-grade level teachers, differentiated stations The 2/3 Rule of Whole Group & Small Group Instruction Spiraling the Curriculum • Sunshine State Standards(SSS) & Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) • Common Core State Standards (CCSS) • Gaps, Depth, & Time**STATE & NATIONAL STANDARDS**SSS, NGSSS, CCSS, PARCC**Standards**Sunshine State Standards Developed 1993 Adopted & Implemented 1996 Replaced 2007**Standards**Next Generation Sunshine State Standards Adopted 2007 Implemented 2010 Replaced 2014**Common Core State Standards**42 States www.corestandards.org**26 States**State of Florida Assessments FCAT 1998 FCAT 2.0 2010 PARCC 2014 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers www.parcconline.org**Common Core Testing:2014 - 2015**• Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) • As part of the Race to the Top competition, Florida joined with 26 other states to help create common assessments. • See more at www.parcconline.org**GAPS**SSS NGSSS Common Core**GAPS: Examples**• What GAPS did YOU notice this last year?**GAPS: Examples**• Current 4th graders didn’t memorize their multiplication table through 10x10 in 3rd grade • Current 5th graders didn’t learn the use of the Distributive Property in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade**Next Generation Sunshine State Standards**1st Grade: 27 + 15 = 20 + 10 + 7 + 5 = 30 + 12 2nd Grade: 141 + 99 = 141 + 100 - 1 3rd Grade: 8 x 6 = (8 x 5) + (8 x 1) 4th Grade: 8 x 26 = (8 x 20) + (8 x 6) 5th Grade: 208 ÷ 8 = (160 ÷ 8) + (48 ÷ 8)**GAPS: Examples**• What GAPS might there be when we transition to the Common Core?**Depth of Knowledge**a Mile Wide and an Inch Deep**PROBLEMS?**How do I find time to fill in the transition gaps? How do I teach the deeper, more difficult material? How do I get through the book at all? (It doesn’t feel like less!)**PROJECT CHILD SOLUTIONS**Project CHILD, 2/3 Rule, Spiraled Stations**Solution #1: Project CHILD**Cross-Grade Level Teaching Teachers as Subject Experts Reading Writing Math Differentiated Learning Stations**The 2/3 Rule: Whole Group v. Small Group**Spend less than ½ the class time teaching whole group. The remaining part of the class time should be spent at stations, including a small group at Teacher Station.**Teach the remaining 1/3 of the class at the the Teacher**Station . RTI Philosophy Tier 1: Whole-Group Instruction Tier 2: Whole-Group Instruction with supplemental help from teacher or classmates Tier 3: Small-Group & Individual Instruction**Spiral the Curriculum: Review, Preteach, Review**Bellwork & Stations 1) Review previous year curriculum during the fall to assess level of mastery.**Bellwork & Stations**Preteach curriculum by using your higher-achieving students and allowing your students to discover. Review curriculum throughout the year, focusing on each BIG Idea.**2/3 Rule & Spiraling the Curriculum**• Would they work in your classroom? • How would this change your teaching structure?**Today’s Objectives:**State & National Standards Project CHILD Solutions Project CHILD philosophy of subject area experts, cross-grade level teachers, differentiated stations The 2/3 Rule of Whole Group & Small Group Instruction Spiraling the Curriculum • Sunshine State Standards(SSS) & Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) • Common Core State Standards (CCSS) • Gaps, Depth, & Time