Standards-Based Education. Assess. Academic Content Standards. Teach. Revise. Standards-Based Education means. . . Standards guide instructional decisions at the classroom level The focus of instruction is on student learning Expectations for learning are
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means. . .
Standardsguide instructional decisions at the classroom level
The focus of instruction is on
Expectations for learning are
the same for all students
means. . .
Curriculum gains focus and clarity
All grade levels learn
rigorous academic content
Standards provide a system for communicating expectations
Standards delineatewhat matters
Paradigm shift from teacher
How well did I teach?
What did students learn?
Instruction and assessment are adapted to accommodate students with special needs or alternative learning styles.
Lesson plans focus on what is to be learned rather than on what is taught.
Many stakeholders share responsibility for standards-based education.
Curricular materials need to address standards.
Instructional strategies must provide opportunities for students to learn expectations outlined in the standards.
What students know and are able to do is clearly defined before an instructional unit begins.