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M. C. C. S. Core Skills Mastery. David Goldberg, CEO david@csmlearn.com (303) 862-7233. Education and work success. College and work skills. Problem-solving & thinking skills. Core math and literacy skills. CSM. Persistence Carefulness Confidence Self-reliance Motivation.

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Core Skills Mastery

David Goldberg, CEO

david@csmlearn.com

(303) 862-7233

education and work success
Education and work success

College and work skills

Problem-solving

& thinking skills

Core math and literacy skills

CSM

Persistence

Carefulness

Confidence

Self-reliance

Motivation

Learning

skills

(by reading)

core skills mastery csm
Core Skills Mastery -- CSM
  • Web-based course
    • Adaptive learning / computer guided
    • Online or classroom
  • Will work with students as low as 3rd grade math / 6th grade reading
  • Free for colleges, schools, non-profits
    • Including teacher support & professional development
  • Certificate available for students who complete CSM
csm curriculum has two parts
CSM curriculum has two parts
  • Core Instruction
    • Integrated math, literacy & problem-solving
    • 10-60 hours
  • Optional: Challenge Problems
    • Advanced problem-solving & thinking skills
    • 10’s of hours
core deep understanding
Core – deep understanding

Solve the following problems in your head. Do not use a calculator, and

only use paper if absolutely necessary.

10,000

200

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Women who are pregnant

Core – information extraction

core problem solving

revenue ($)

dogs groomed (dogs)

cost shampoo & scissors ($)

rent & labor ($)

Core – problem-solving

charge per dog groomed ($/dog)

expenses ($)

csm challenge problems
CSM Challenge Problems
  • Increasingly challenging real-world problems
  • Solving novel problems / analyzing new contexts
    • hints, no instruction

lawyer

student

reporter

advanced college level

problem-solving

&

thinking skills

CSM Core Instruction

Challenge Problem time

csm curriculum characteristics
CSM curriculum characteristics
  • Core Instruction
    • Integrated math, literacy & problem-solving
    • 10-60 hours
  • Optional: Challenge Problems
    • Advanced problem-solving & thinking skills
    • 10’s of hours
  • All workforce contextualized
  • Goals
    • Decision-making, supervisor-level skills
    • College completion skills
focus of csm instruction
Focus of CSM instruction

Teaching students skills

Teaching students how to learn skills on their own

…through reading

as well as just the facts
… as well as “just the facts”

Making decisions what to read

forces meta-cognition

csm requires a high level of mastery
CSM requires a high level of mastery
  • In most educational technology, mastery is:
    • a 1 in 5 chance of guessing it right
    • a 60% passing grade
    • a checkmark on the day the student first learns it
  • On the job, the only acceptable grade is “A”
  • Want students to learn about A-level work
    • How you do it
    • That you can do it
    • How good it feels
accuracy carefulness and mastery
Accuracy, carefulness and mastery

Must get all right in a single try

…2 times

ensure durable mastery

More instruction

if needed

More instruction

if needed

Ensure durable mastery
  • Conventional: teach once, test many times
  • CSM:

Learned initially

Remembered

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Unit Pricing

Area

Conversions

Rounding to

10’s 100’s

Perimeter

Area of

Rectangles

Round to

Nearest Whole

One-step

Conversions

Money

Decimal

Numbers

Fractions

  • Area of complex shapes
  • Unit pricing, area conversions, rounding
  • Perimeter

L-shaped

Problem

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Area

Conversions

Area

Conversions

Area

Conversions

Yet One

More Skill

Another Skill

L-Shape

Problem

L-Shape

Problem

L-Shape

Problem

L-Shape

Problem

Area

Conversions

Area

Conversions

Area

Conversions

Rounding to

10’s 100’s

Rounding to

10’s 100’s

Rounding to

10’s 100’s

One-step

Conversions

One-step

Conversions

One-step

Conversions

Round to

Nearest Whole

Round to

Nearest Whole

Round to

Nearest Whole

Area of

Rectangles

Area of

Rectangles

Area of

Rectangles

Decimal

Numbers

Decimal

Numbers

Fractions

Fractions

teachers and csm
Teachers and CSM
  • Teacher as strategic interventionist / mentor
    • skill-specific / cognitive
    • independent learning / learning strategies
    • affect, behavior, habits of mind (persistence, carefulness, confidence, self-reliance, motivation, etc.)
csm promotes intrinsic motivation
CSM promotes intrinsic motivation
  • Learn skills largely on your own (autonomy)
  • Maintain at edge of knowledge (mastery)
  • All skills are work contextualized (purpose)
  • Protect students from learned helplessness
professional development
Professional development

before you start

embedded

while you work with students

CSM

check-in

examples of college csm use
Examples of college CSM use
  • Adult ed for college transition or GED
  • Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology
  • MAT2 – Henry Ford CC for apprenticeships
  • Oregon Career Pathways
  • Research: CCRC / Heldrich
college and career readiness
College and career readiness

ACT

SAT

Common Core

GED

WorkKeys

ACCUPLACER

COMPASS

Math and literacy standards

Different test-prep for every standard

college and career readiness1
College and career readiness

CSM

  • Math and literacy for decision-making
  • Problem-solving and thinking skills
  • Independent learning
  • Habits of mind (persistence, self-reliance,

carefulness, etc.)

Capable, confident, adaptable student

Capable, confident, adaptable supervisor-level decision-maker

roseburg or umpqua cc
Roseburg, OR / Umpqua CC
  • 10th grade preparation for dual-college (Alternative placement to ACCUPLACER/COMPASS)
  • College-transition class for adult education
  • At WDC for transition into various programs
  • Development education class for college
  • Credit-bearing academic success class
  • Co-requisite class for post-secondary CTE programs
  • Professional services for local businesses
  • Businesses give interview to CSM certificate holders

This doesn’t transform the community

community uplift
Community uplift
  • Community uplift occurs when everyone uses CSM
  • Virtuous cycle of supply and demand
    • Programs that use CSM instruction (supply)
    • Programs that honor CSM certificate (demand)
  • Best if:
    • Every program uses CSM for its own purposes
    • Without a heavy hand – self-organizing
practically speaking how do you do collective impact
Practically speaking, how do you do collective impact?

Your own program

Other program in

your institution

Other community

organizations

Local business

use csm however it works for you
Use CSM however it works for you
  • Use CSM for your own program
  • Use CSM for community uplift through collective impact
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