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Michigan Citizenship Curriculum Collaborative: ISD’s Working Together for Social Studies Understanding the Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Why was the project created? What are the goals of MC3? Help local school districts Collaborate across the state

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michigan citizenship curriculum collaborative isd s working together for social studies
Michigan Citizenship Curriculum Collaborative: ISD’s Working Together for Social Studies
understanding the michigan citizenship collaborative curriculum
Understanding the Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum
  • Why was the project created?
  • What are the goals of MC3?
    • Help local school districts
    • Collaborate across the state
    • Pool resources and knowledge
    • Save time and money
    • Insure educational equity for Michigan students
what is michigan citizenship collaborative curriculum project
What is Michigan Citizenship Collaborative Curriculum Project?
  • Provides curriculum, instructional strategies, and assessment tools
  • K-12 Educational Resource
    • Based on the Michigan Content Expectations
    • Builds learning progressions within and among the grades
    • Develops specific skills throughout the grades
  • Provides statewide professional development
  • Supports local and regional professional development
current developing partners
Current Developing Partners
  • Genesee ISD
  • Ingham ISD
  • Macomb ISD
  • Oakland Schools
  • Ottawa Area ISD
  • Contributing Partners
  • Northern Michigan Learning Consortium
developing partner role
Developing Partner role
  • Provide ISD consultant time or money to project
  • Consultants write, edit or contract regional teacher-writers
  • Host network trainings
  • Participate in monthly update meetings
  • Agree not to sell any developed materials
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Supporting Partners

Allegan ESA

Bay-Arenac ISD

Berrien RESA

Calhoun ISD

Charlevoix-Emmet ISD,

Cheboygan-Otsego-Presque Isle ESD

Clare-Gladwin RESD

Clinton County RESA

Delta-Schoolcraft ISD

Eastern Upper Peninsula ISD

Gratiot Isabella RESD

Ionia ISD

Kalamazoo RESA

Kent ISD

Lapeer County ISD

Lenawee ISD

Lewis-Cass ISD

Livingston ESA

Marquette Alger RESA

Mason-Lake-Oceana ISD

Menominee County ISD

Monroe County ISD

Saginaw ISD

Shiawassee RESD

St. Clair County RESA

St. Joseph County ISD

Traverse Bay ISD

Van Buren ISD

Washtenaw ISD

Wayne RESA

Wexford-Missaukee ISD

Michigan Center for Civic Education

Michigan Council on Economic Education (MCEE)

Michigan Council for the Social Studies (MCSS)

Michigan Geographic Alliance (MGA)

Michigan Council for History Education

supporting partner role
Supporting Partner role
  • Agree to use material
  • Attend annual meeting
  • May contribute content or resources to the curriculum
  • Flexible and expanding role…NML example
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Academic Partners

  • Cornell University, Kheel Center
  • Grand Valley State University
    • History Department
  • Michigan State University
  • University of Michigan
    • School of Education History Education Projects, International Institute
  • Wayne State University
    • History Department, Center for the Study of Citizenship
  • Walsh College Economics Center
  • The Henry Ford
academic partner role
Academic Partner role
  • Content editing
  • Resources; online and print
  • Supporting Power Points
  • Writer training
  • Content background
  • Assessment development and support
sequence of study
Sequence of Study

Sequence of Study

a specific example of k 8 materials
A Specific Example of K-8 Materials
  • Grade Level Overview
  • Video for 4th grade
  • Units of Study
  • Lessons
  • Supplemental Materials for Lessons
  • Videoclips for professional development (overview, unit, and for lessons)
units of study 4 th grade sample
Units of Study: 4th Grade sample
  • Unit 1: Foundations in Social Studies
  • Unit 2: The United States in Spatial Terms
  • Unit 3: Human Geography in the United States
  • Unit 4: Exploring Economics
  • Unit 5: Our Federal Government
  • Unit 6: Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
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Graphic

Organizer

unit components
Unit Components
  • Big Picture Graphic
  • Graphic Organizer
  • Unit Abstract
  • Focus Questions
  • Content Expectations
  • Key Concepts
  • Duration
  • Lesson Sequence
  • Assessment
  • Resources
  • Instructional Organization
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Lessons for Unit 1

Lesson 1: Thinking Like a Historian

Lesson 2: Thinking Like a Geographer

Lesson 3:Thinking Like a Economist

Lesson 4: Thinking Like a Political Scientist

lesson components
Lesson Components
  • Big Ideas
  • Lesson Abstract
  • Content Expectations and Integrated Expectations
  • Key Concepts
  • Instructional Resources
  • Lesson Sequence (teaching content through instructional strategies)
  • Lesson Assessment
what else is in the supplemental materials
What else is in the Supplemental Materials?
  • Handouts
  • Overheads
  • Reference Sheets
  • Answer Guides
unique features in k 8
Unique Features in K-8
  • Integrated with ELA, Math, and Science where appropriate
  • Big Idea Cards, Word Cards, Lesson Graphic Organizers
  • Deliberate build on previous grades
  • Emphasis on Writing and Using Evidence
  • University-reviewed to ensure college preparedness
high school differences
High School Differences
  • Instructional Organization document contains all the lessons for the unit
  • Supplemental Materials – one document for entire unit
unique features in high school
Unique Features in High School
  • ACT Reading Prep embedded in US History and Geography; Civics and Government; and Economics
  • Freedom Tracking Notebook in US History
  • Citizenship Notebook / Wiki component
  • Online Public Issues Forum – in development
  • Emphasis on Writing and Using Evidence
  • University-reviewed to ensure college preparedness
professional development
Professional Development
  • Grade Level Networks
  • Online on demand video clips for regional and local professional development
access
Access

mi citizenship curriculum

www.micitizenshipcurriculum.org

status update k 2
Status Update K-2:
  • Kindergarten: Unit 1 posted
    • Unit 2 in copy editing, Units 3-4 writing
  • 1st grade: Unit 1 posted
    • Units 2-5 in writing
  • 2nd grade: Unit 1 posted
    • Units 2-6 writing
status update 3 5
Status Update 3-5
  • 3rd grade: Unit 1 posted
    • Unit 2 to be posted this month
  • 4th grade: Complete
  • 5th grade: Unit 1 posted
    • Lessons for Unit 2 in writing
status update 6 8
Status Update: 6-8
  • 6th grade: Units 1, and 2 posted
    • Unit 3 in writing; Unit 4 in copy editing
  • 7th grade: Unit 1-4 posted
  • 8th grade: Unit 1 and 2 in writing
status update high school
Status Update: High School
  • 9th USHG: Units 1-3 posted
    • Units 4 in university review
    • Units 5-8 in 2nd phase of content edits
    • Units 9-11 in content editing, phase 1
  • 10th Civics: Units 1 and 2 posted
    • Units 3-5 in content editing, phase 1
  • 10th Economics: Unit 1 posted
    • Units 2-3 in editing
    • Units 4-5 in writing
  • 11th WHG: Units Completed
    • Unit 4 Era 6 (18th century-1914) assessment in editing
what s ahead in 2009 10
What’s ahead in 2009-10
  • MAISA support that will allow for completion of units, lessons, and assessments
  • Presentations at State and National conferences
  • Expanded networks…from 1 to 7 using videoconferencing
what s ahead cont d
What’s Ahead cont’d
  • Prototype assessments being developed and piloted for High School World History with the Michigan Assessment Consortium
  • Assessment development and piloting by Northern Michigan Learning Consortium for some grades