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  1. South Dakota Common Core State StandardsPhase II9-12 ELA Day one:9:00 to 4:00 Day two:8:00 to 3:30

  2. Welcome

  3. Two Kinds of Intelligence There are two kinds of intelligence: one acquired, as a child in school memorizes facts and concepts from books and from what the teacher says, collecting information from the traditional sciences as well as from the new sciences. With such intelligence you rise in the world. You get ranked ahead or behind others in regard to your competence in retaining information. You stroll with this intelligence in and out of fields of knowledge, getting always more marks on your preserving tablets. There is another kind of tablet, one already completed and preserved inside you. A spring overflowing its springbox. A freshness in the center of the chest. This other intelligence does not turn yellow or stagnate. It's fluid, and it doesn't move from outside to inside through the conduits of plumbing-learning. This second knowing is a fountainhead from within you, moving out. --Rumi, from Teaching with Fire Parker Palmer on Inner Authority http://youtu.be/Y8KEkrO5k8s

  4. Agenda • Comments • Peer Review (30-40 min) • 11:30 lunch • 4:00 done

  5. Technology Information

  6. Outcomes

  7. Norms Revisited • Listen with Engagement • Honor Each Other’s Thinking • Honor Private Think Time • Everyone has a Voice • Be Respectful of all Comments • Participation is Expected • Limit Side Conversation • Take Care of Your Needs • Turn Cell Phones Off or Vibrate

  8. Google Site

  9. Disaggregated Standards • Find your group’s disaggregated standards on the Google Site: http://sdccteachers.k12.sd.us/ • As a group, review all comments (don’t resolve yet) • As a group, edit your disaggregated standards based on the comments you received • You may or may not make all the changes suggested – this is completely up to you

  10. Disaggregated Standards

  11. Peer Review

  12. Final Peer Review: First Round • Within your table group, assign everyone to a standard that you worked with • Write your assigned standard on the top of your peer review template • Create groups of three • should be individuals you have not worked with yet • Exchange standards within your triad • Everyone should have a new standard to review • Individually peer review your new standard • Use template provided

  13. Final Peer Review: Guiding Questions The focus should include: • Ensuring the KUDs provide a complete reflection of the standard. • Rigor is embedded in and reflects the intent of the disaggregated standard.

  14. Final Peer Review: Second Round • Exchange standards and completed peer review template within your triad • Everyone should have a new standard to review • Everyone should have a completed template in which to add additional comments • Individually peer review your new standard • Add to completed template

  15. Final Edit • Form original groups • Review feedback from peer review process • Make final edits to disaggregated standards on Google Documents

  16. Delete Comments Last Step: “Resolve” all comments from your disaggregated standards. You must complete this for each comment.

  17. Lunch! We’ll start again at 12:30

  18. Steps 1 & 2

  19. Lesson Descriptions Determine which disaggregated standard you will work with for the first round. Examine ONE series of lessons from each participant in the group. Determine which series of lessons you will use for first go round.

  20. Lesson Descriptions

  21. Lesson Descriptions Discussion Questions: • With which standard do the series of lessons align? • Why would you use this series of lessons? • What do you expect students to learn from this series of lessons?

  22. Lesson Descriptions

  23. Lesson Descriptions

  24. Step 3

  25. KUD Coverage • Using your disaggregated standard template, determine which Know, Understand and Do (KUD) components are aligned to this series of lessons. • Write lesson number/description. • Determine the appropriate KUD from disaggregated standard template that aligns with each lesson. • You may have multiple KUDs aligned with each lesson.

  26. KUD Coverage

  27. Theme Worksheet

  28. Brainstorm Lesson

  29. Theme of Stargirl

  30. KUD Coverage

  31. Discussion Questions • What did you learn about your current lessons? • How did this process help discover standard coverage? • What are the gaps between what you are currently doing and what is required in the CCSS?

  32. Step 4

  33. Why Webb? • SMARTER Balance • Assessments in 2015 will be based on Webb leveling

  34. DOK Reflection Directions: • Find completed graphic organizer

  35. DOK Reflection Discussion within your group: • Two things you learned from reading DOK article and completing graphic organizer • One question you still have concerningDOK • Whole group discussion

  36. Card Sort Webb Leveling • Determine the Webb Level for each activity.

  37. Webb Level Webb Level Student Performance • Utilizing the list of provided activities, determine Webb Level of each activity and provide rationale for determined Webb Level • Worksheet activity

  38. Webb Level Webb Level of Lessons • Summarize each component of lesson under correct Webb Level Column (ex: Vocab) • Determine the rationale as to why it meets the selected Webb Level

  39. Webb Level

  40. Webb Level

  41. Discussion Questions • What did you learn about your current lessons compared to the cognitive demand of the standard? • What are the gaps between what you are currently doing and what is required in the CCSS?

  42. Step 5

  43. Why Is Assessment Important?

  44. We may want to assess where a student is.

  45. We may want to assess where a student is… going.

  46. We may want to assess what a student has learned.

  47. But ultimately we want to know what to do next in order to close the gap.

  48. Assessment Activity Directions: • At your table, use your sticky notes • Write as many different types of assessments that you can think of in the next four minutes (one per sticky note) • Place in the middle of the table

  49. Thinking About Assessment Conversation about online Stiggins’ work.