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  1. February 18, 2014 Deeper Thinking for the Common Core

  2. Welcome! Oliver Schinkten, M.Ed.Educational Leadership, Lakeland College  Robert King, B.A. Theology and the Humanities, Valparaiso University

  3. Level One (Recall/ Understand) Level Two (Apply) What's new? Depth of knowledge. OldAssessments

  4. Level One (Recall/ Understand) Level Four (Create) Level Two (Apply) Level Three (Analyze/ Evaluate) What's new? Depth of knowledge. OldAssessments NewAssessments

  5. Why this new emphasis?Because the Common Core requires . . . • Critical and creative thinking • Problem solving and innovation • Communicating and collaborating • Building and analyzing arguments • Finding, evaluating, and creating information • Using technology

  6. See these Common Core Standards: • ELA Anchor Standards for College and Career Readiness • Mathematical Practices Standards • Science and Engineering Practices Standards

  7. Metaphorical Thinking

  8. Metaphorical Thinking electricity water How is ____________ like _______________? Both have flow. They run through walls. Both have current. Thunderstorms make both. Both have waves. Water conducts electricity. Both look bluish. They make life possible. Both can be stored. Hydroelectricity . . .

  9. Forced Connections

  10. Forced Connections two sides got from grandpa crack in the middle could expand arguments prayers defines America preparations keeps us together kitchen table The Civil War

  11. Conceptual Blending

  12. Conceptual Blending Congress a business How could _________ be more like __________? Conduct annual performance reviews. Balance income and expenses. Require to contribute toward own insurance. Compete against other legislatures. Send on team-building weekend. Reward problem-solving and innovation.

  13. Perspective Shifting

  14. Perspective Shifting What if I were . . . female middle Wisconsin writer conservative Muslim I am . . . (gender) (age) (home) (job) (politics) (religion) male middle Wisconsin writer liberal Methodist

  15. Using Socratic Questions

  16. SCAMPER Evaluation

  17. SCAMPER Evaluation What other materials could a car be built from? Velcro Memory metal Nerf Teflon Lego Carbon nano-tubes Bamboo Kevlar

  18. SCAMPER Evaluation What other problems could cars solve? Terrarium Solar collector Theater Generator Collateral Roadblock Mobile doctor’s office Grill

  19. Creating an Algorithm

  20. Creating an Algorithm

  21. Creating an Algorithm Start/Finish Process Decision Flow

  22. Problem Solving

  23. Analyze the Problem

  24. Imagine a Solution

  25. Plan a Solution

  26. Create a Solution

  27. Evaluate the Solution

  28. Implement the Solution

  29. Strategies Drawn From High School Inquire To view digital samples, go to www.zaner-bloser.com/inquire

  30. February 18, 2014 Deeper Thinking for the Common Core