Common Core/Essential Standards Halifax County School Professional Development October 17, 2012 William R. Davie Middle School Teicher Patterson, Presenter
Agenda • Expectations • Norms • Common Core and Essential Standards • NC Teaching Standards • Artifacts • Assessments • Creating Lesson and Rubrics • Evaluation
EXPECTATIONS • NORMS
Changes in the structures of classroom learning have evolved naturally as technologies are embedded at the core of instruction.
CC/ES Ensure that all students, no matter where they live, are prepared for success in postsecondary education and the workforce
Ensure that students are receiving a high quality education consistently from school to school and state to state.
Capitalize on assessment items and curriculum material developed to match the Common Core standards, greatly improving the scope and quality of assessment and curriculum materials.
Provide the ability to compare the performance of Halifax County students to those in other states and the nation.
NC Professional Standards Standard 1Teachers demonstrate leadership. Standard 2Teachers establish a respectful environment for a diverse population of students. Standard 3Teachers know the content they teach. Standard 4Teachers facilitate learning for their students. Standard 5Teachers reflect on their practice.
ArtifactsStandard I • Teacher Demonstrates Leadership • Lesson Plans • Journals • Student Work • Service on Committees • Class rules and procedures • PLCs • Membership to professional organizations
Artifacts Standard II • Teachers establish a respectful environment for diverse population of students. • Student profiles • Lessons that integrate international content • Professional development on cultural attitudes and awareness • Documentation on use of IEPs • Student Survey • Use of technology to incorporate cultural awareness.
ArtifactsStandard III • Teachers know the content they teach • Display of creative student work • Use of NC Standard Course of Study (ES) • Lesson Plans • Content Standards
ArtifactsStandard IV • Teachers facilitate learning for their students • Lesson Plans • Technology Use • Student Learning Teams • Documentation of differential instruction • Collaborative lesson planning • Professional Development • Materials to create critical thinking and problem solving
Artifacts Standard V • Teachers reflect on their practices • Lesson Plans • Formative Assessments • Student Work • Professional Development Plan • Completion of professional development • Participation of PLC • Formative and Summative Assessment Data
MSL Outlook • Subjects to be patient about as more information will be shared soon • K-3 MSL with a focus on literacy instruction • The Arts and Extended Content Standards • World Languages • Resource NCAE
Assessments • Formative Assessment • Summative Assessment • Ongoing Assessment
Application • Using LEARN NC – Create 3 lessons using your schools lesson plan template that can be used for your classroom. • Create a rubric for each of the assignments. • Place lesson on Chart paper and be prepared to teach or at least summarize the lesson. (Will Video Lesson)
Evaluation • THREE - TWO – ONE • List three things that you learned today. • List two things that you will use in your class. • List one thing that you still have a question about.