Comparing the New and Former CA Mathematics Standards

# Comparing the New and Former CA Mathematics Standards

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## Comparing the New and Former CA Mathematics Standards

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1. Interpreting CaCCSS Comparing the New and Former CA Mathematics Standards

2. Desired Outcomes In this activity, participants will: • Identify examples of increased clarity and specificity in the new standards at your grade level • Describe similarities and differences of the old and the new standards by using the crosswalk documents • Discuss implications for teaching and learning • Identify areas where you would like support in implementation

3. Crosswalk Activity – Individual Work • Highlight standards or parts of standards that you currently teach and are comfortable with. • Boxanything new. • Circle any terms or phrases that are unfamiliar or unclear to you, or anything you wish to explore further.

4. Structure of the Standards Comparison Table How to read this crosswalk • Column 1: Mathematics Standards for 2011 • Column 2: Related standards from 1997 California Math Standards (may be direct or partial relationship; more than one standard may match) • Column 3: Appropriate comments Unmatched standards – those no longer taught at the specific grade level • 2011 standards that match at a different grade level • 1997 standards that are not included in the 2011

5. Example of a Standard in the Crosswalk

6. Main Activity Overview • We will examine the new standards through: • Individual work time to mark up our Standards (20 minutes) • Complete the comments on the comparison document (10 minutes) • Complete Summary Sheet (10 minutes)

7. Crosswalk Summary Sheet In a small group, discuss the following summary questions. • In general, describe how the new standards are clearer and more precise than the former standards. • How will the topics at your grade level change? • How do you envision these new standards changing the teaching and learning (i.e., instruction) in your school/classroom? • What specific areas from your grade level would you like to further explore?

8. Grade Shifts: Examples © 2011 California County Superintendents Educational Services Association • Mathematics General Overview Developed by SCFIRD