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  1. Creating Rigorin theCRD Classroom Susan Oskin, CTE Specialist Maryland State Department of Education (410) 767-0635 soskin@msde.state.md.us

  2. 7 Myths About Rigor Myth #1: Lots of homework is a sign of rigor Myth #2: Rigor means doing more Myth #3: Rigor is not for everyone Myth #4: Providing support means less rigor Myth#5: Resources = Rigor Myth #6: Standards alone take care of rigor Myth #7: Rigor is just one more thing to do Source: Suite101.com -The Seven Myths of Instructional Rigor

  3. Course I: (1 credit) Career Research and Development Course II: (1 credit) Career Development, Preparation and Transition End of Course Assessments Academic and Career Portfolio Career Research and DevelopmentProgram Description Skills for Success Employer Development Work-Based Learning (2 credits) Authentic Learning Plan (Technical/Academic/Employability Skill Development) Career and College Readiness

  4. CRD STUDENT DATA • Academic Attainment far below the state average: • HSA English II (83.58% vs.68.76%) • HSA Algebra (77.53% vs. 63.33%) • Placement rate for CRD is 10 percentage points below the state average • Dual Completion rate is 37 percentage points below the state average • Enrollment: 38% of student have an IEP

  5. What is Rigor? • Harsh inflexibility in opinion, temper or judgment: severity • The quality of being unyielding or inflexible: strictness • Severity of life: an act or instance of severity or cruelty • A tremor caused by a chill • A condition that makes life difficult, challenging or uncomfortable

  6. Rigor/Relevance Framework CTE 2014 AP Math Old Voc Ed & Consumer Math Arithmetic Adapted from W. Daggett - International Center for Leadership in Education

  7. Rigor in Education Meeting or exceeding established standards Improving the trajectory of performance

  8. Rigor is increasing the level of expectation of what students are already doing Teacher Expectations Student Scale Strengths/Struggles Capabilities Aptitudes Learning Styles Emotions

  9. What Does Rigor Look Like? Environmental Rigor • Standards of Achievement • Common Assessments • Progress for Each Student • Rewards for Progress

  10. What Does Rigor Look Like? Instructional Rigor • Differentiating instruction (SCALE) • Coaching as well as direct instruction • Applying Universal Design for Learning (UDL) • Using formative assessments • Increasing opportunities to apply learning • Reflecting on learning • Making changes to instruction

  11. True Instructional Rigor is… “creating an environment in which each student is expected to learn at high levels, each student is supported so he or she can learn at high levels, and each student demonstrates learning at high levels” ~Williamson and Blackburn, 2011

  12. Course I: (1 credit) Career Research and Development Course II: (1 credit) Career Development, Preparation and Transition End of Course Assessments Academic and Career Portfolio Career Research and DevelopmentProgram Description Skills for Success Employer Development Work-Based Learning (2 credits) Authentic Learning Plan (Technical/Academic/Employability Skill Development) Career and College Readiness

  13. Believing in Possibilities

  14. Creating Rigorin theCRD Classroom Susan Oskin, CTE Specialist Maryland State Department of Education (410) 767-0635 soskin@msde.state.md.us