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Transitioning to Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Presented by KIDS Feb. 2012. Outcomes:. By the conclusion of this session your team will.… Learn a process for transition Determine progress toward implementation Create a plan for next steps. Agenda:. Overview of Tasks

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outcomes
Outcomes:

By the conclusion of this session your team will.…

  • Learn a process for transition
  • Determine progress toward implementation
  • Create a plan for next steps
agenda
Agenda:
  • Overview of Tasks
  • Delving Into Each Task
    • Task Description
    • Guiding Questions
    • Sample Processes
    • Sample Tools
    • Considerations
    • Evidence
  • Team Reflection
  • Networking and Planning
  • Wrap-Up
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Design and implement a process and tools to familiarize all stakeholders with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

  • Develop a transition/alignment document for the district with input from all staff
  • Determine the aligned assessments for each standard
  • Support effective instruction aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
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Design and implement a process and tools to familiarize all stakeholders with the Common Core State Standards

1 guiding questions
#1: Guiding Questions
  • What is the stakeholder level of understanding of CCSS structure and content?
  •  What is the stakeholder level of understanding of key changes and shifts in teaching and learning as a result of CCSS?
  •  How do RtI, ELL, Special Ed and other initiatives connect to CCSS in your district?
1 sample processes
#1: Sample Processes
  • Communicate vision for the work
    • Name It
    • Graphic
  • Survey of stakeholder level of understanding
    • Administration
    • Teachers
    • Parents and community members
  • Tool for guiding review & gathering evidence
    • What are we already doing?
  • Structure for the Process
    • School Improvement Days
    • Faculty Meetings
1 sample tools
#1:Sample Tools
  • Common Core Website
  • Introductory Video
  • Common Core Treasure Hunt
  • Need to Know Guides
  • Parents’ Guide
1 considerations
#1: Considerations
  • What new ideas are contained in CCSS?
  • How do you integrate CCSS transition work with district/school improvement strategies?
  • How do you ease staff anxiety as you transition?
  • What will be the timeline for the transition?
  • What will be the accountability checkpoints?
  • Where will you share information on CCSS with stakeholders?
1 evidence
#1: Evidence
  • Measurement of stakeholder level of understanding of CCSS structure and content
  • Measurement of understanding of key changes and shifts in teaching and learning as a result of CCSS
  • Document or graphic showing how RtI, ELL, Special Ed and other initiatives connect to CCSS in the district
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Develop a transition/alignment document for the district with input from all staff

2 guiding questions
#2: Guiding Questions
  • How does CCSS connect to the current curriculum?
  • What will students need to know and be able to do in order to meet each standard?
  • Which CCSS will be priorities for your district?
  • What will teachers need to know and be able to do in order to move students to higher levels of thinking?
  • How will teaching change as a result of CCSS implementation?
2 sample tools
#2:Sample Tools
  • Curriculum Analysis Tools (NCSM)
  • Four Calendar Options for ELA
  • CCSS Curriculum Design Document
  • Learning Progressions
  • Survey of Enacted Curriculum
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#2: Considerations
  • How will teachers coordinate their efforts across content areas?
  • What classroom changes and accommodations will be necessary?
  • What additional resources will be needed?
  • How will staff access the curriculum document?
2 evidence
#2: Evidence
  • Transition/Alignment Curriculum Document
    • Higher cognitive demand
    • District priorities based on data
  • Identified classroom knowledge, reasoning, and skill targets defined by CCSS
  • Expected teacher practices, competencies, and skills
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3 guiding questions
#3: Guiding Questions
  • How will student progress be measured at all levels?
    • Common Formative
    • Interim/Benchmark
    • Summative
  • What formative and interim/benchmark assessments will need to be selected/designed in your district?
3 sample processes
#3: Sample Processes
  • For consistency, decide on the steps in your district’s common assessment design process: Teach the steps
  • Select a Common Core Strand
  • Use the Instructional Alignment Chart to explore the progression across grades
  • Reflect on current assessments to see what is available or what needs to be created
  • Unwrap standards into targets in grade level or content level groups
  • Determine the district process for reflecting and refining assessments
3 sample tools
#3:Sample Tools
  • Common Core Standards

Review your current data, select an area that

is weak, and create a plan to improve

  • Understanding By Design Template
  • PARCC Content Frameworks

Break down into grade level groups to look

for key areas to assess

  • Instructional Alignment Chart

Use to study the transition between grades

  • Mathematics Assessment Project
3 considerations
#3: Considerations
  • What is the process for selecting and designing common assessments?
  • How will you relieve staff anxiety?
  • How will your staff access the Assessment Map?
  • What additional resources will be needed?
  • What professional development is needed for teacher and administrator assessment literacy?
  • How will your parents and community learn about the Assessment Map?
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#3: Evidence
  • Assessment Map aligned to your curriculum
        • Common Formative
        • Interim/Benchmark
        • Summative
  • Template Checklist
  • Review of Common Assessment results data
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4 guiding questions
#4: Guiding Questions
  • How will teachers actively engage students in quality tasks to drive problem-solving skills?
  • How will teacher skills be developed?
  • What will be observed in classrooms with effective implementation of CCSS?
  • What are timeline expectations?
4 sample processes
#4: Sample Processes
  • Create system matrices for expected teacher practices
    • Critical thinking integration
    • Standards of Math Practices integration
  • Professional Development Timeline
  • Collaborative Follow-up Process
4 sample tools
#4:Sample Tools
  • PARCC Content Frameworks
  • Critical Thinking Model
  • Effective CCSS Math Instruction
4 considerations
#4: Considerations
  • How do we create and implement a stop-do list?
  • How will time be carved out to support needed collaboration among teachers?
  • What professional development is needed for teachers and administrators?
  • What will be the impact for ELL, Special Ed, and other special populations?
  • How will teacher and administrator evaluations reflect CCSS implementation?
4 evidence
#4: Evidence
  • Tools
    • Teacher Self-Assessment Checklist
    • Walk-Thru Data
    • Lesson Plan Review
    • Survey of Enacted Curriculum
  • Student Work and Rubrics
4 more evidence
#4 More Evidence
  • Teacher Practices Data
    • Varying Group Instruction and Work
    • Student Engagement Level
    • Use of Descriptive Feedback and Rubrics
    • Gradual Release
    • Higher Level Questioning Strategies
    • Effective Use of Resources
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ways to ensure lack of success
Ways to Ensure Lack of Success…

5.  Assume giving teachers a copy of CCSS is

enough

4.  Don’t carve out time for teachers to meet and

discuss how to implement CCSS

3.  Don’t hold administrators accountable for

monitoring implementation of CCSS

2.  Don’t let stakeholders (board, parents,

community) know what’s going on with CCSS…

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Keep your head in the sand

hoping it will all go away!

thought you might need
Thought you might need…
  • PARCC Design & Timeline
  • KIDS Common Core Wiki
  • KIDS Upcoming Professional Development
  • Area II Networking Opportunities for 2012-13
wrap up

Wrap-Up

Thank you for presence & participation

Team Exit Card

CPDUs & Evaluations