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Regional Standards Rollout Fall/Winter 2010/11

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  1. Regional Standards RolloutFall/Winter 2010/11 Moving toward a Comprehensive Integrated System

  2. Key Elements of Today’s Session 1. Preview each section 2. Present the information 3. Reflect on that information 4. Discussion time w/ colleagues 5. Ask questions 6. Draw conclusions 7. Participate in planning

  3. Building Ohio’s Future Through: * Revised Standards * Next Steps Model Curriculum Race to the Top New Assessments

  4. Standards Revision Not later than June 30, 2010…the state board of education shall adopt statewide academic standards with emphasis on coherence, focus, and rigor for each of grades kindergarten through twelve in English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. ORC 3301.079(A)(1)

  5. Standards Must Reflect: • College and career readiness • Content and skills • Coherence, focus, rigor • Alignment to model curriculum

  6. Improvement needed or critical in all areas! Stakeholder Needs—June 2009

  7. What Did We Hear? Too many standards Not easily managed No time to teach in depth Some need clarity Technical corrections

  8. Standards Adoption June 2010 English Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Common Core Standards State Standards

  9. Demonstrate learning progressions across grades (Coherence) Are supported by model curricula (Rigor & Relevance) Show a reduction in the amount of content to: Be more manageable (Clarity) Promote greater depth of learning (Focus) Revised Standards

  10. Revised Standards Framework Major units or areas of study (i.e., strand, domain) Main focus of the content and standard statements (i.e., topic, cluster) What students should know and/or be able to do (i.e., content and standard statements)

  11. Organizational Framework and Terminology of the Revised Standards

  12. Social Studies Format Theme Topics Strands Content Statements

  13. Science Format Grade Band Theme Skills Grade Level Connections Strands Topics Content Statements Content Descriptions

  14. ELA Common Core Format Strand Topic Standard Statements

  15. Format of Mathematics Standards K-8 Grade Level H.S. Conceptual Category Domain Cluster Standard

  16. Sample High School Syllabus Theme/Course Description Topics Content Statements

  17. In the Interim • Focus on content depthin the existing benchmarks rather than “covering” indicators • Use inquiry-based instructionin all grades • Use resources that connectthe classroomto the outside world

  18. Transitioning to Revised Standards • Familiarize yourself with the structure and contentof the new standards • Understand commonalities and differences between the existing and new standards • Discuss implications for instruction and assessment

  19. Crosswalk to 2002 Standards

  20. Finding the Crosswalks

  21. Building Ohio’s Future Through: Revised Standards Next Steps * Model Curriculum * Race to the Top New Assessments

  22. …the state board shall adopt a model curriculum…The model curriculum shall be aligned with the standards, to ensure that the academic content and skills specified for each grade level are taught to students, and shall demonstrate vertical articulation and emphasize coherence, focus, and rigor. ORC §3301.079(B) Why a Model Curriculum?

  23. MODEL CURRICULUM One piece of an integrated whole

  24. A web-based tool, aligned to the standards, that: Presents information specific to the content area by grade level, grade band and course Provides curricular and instructional guidance Includes instructional strategies and resources Informs assessment development What is the Model Curriculum?

  25. Model Curriculum Components Content Elaborations: In-depth information about “what” should be taught • Applies to all content areas Expectations for Learning: Recommendations for how students may demonstrate their learning • Applies only to science and social studies

  26. Model Curriculum Components Instructional Strategies and Resources: Guidance and support for instructional and curricular design • Applies to all content areas Content Specific Sections: Address elements specific to a subject area • Misconceptions • Connections, Enduring Understandings, and Essential Questions

  27. Model Curriculum Template Content Elaborations Instructional Strategies and Resources Expectations for Learning Content Specific Sections

  28. Model Curriculum Example Inquiry-based learning 21st Century Skills Global Connections

  29. Model Curriculum • Content Elaborations • Expectations for Learning • Content Specific Sections ModelCurriculum Instructional Strategies and Resources Common Core and State Standards

  30. Model Curriculum Timeline Review Committees Meet June-September 2010 Public Feedback Integrated November-December 2010 Regional Teacher Teams Meet July-September 2010 State Board to Adopt Model Curriculum March 2011 Public Input Solicited October-November 2010 Standards Adopted June 2010 Final Draft Released February 2011 2011 2010

  31. Building Ohio’s Future Through: Revised Standards Next Steps Model Curriculum Race to the Top * New Assessments *

  32. New Assessments “The state board of education shall… develop achievement tests aligned with the academic standards and model curriculum for each of the subject areas and grade levels required by section 3301.0710 of the Revised Code.” ORC § 3301-13-01 (C)(1)

  33. Status of Current Assessments • Assessments remain operational • Reading: Grades 3-8 OAA • Mathematics: Grades 3-8 OAA • Science: Grades 5 and 8 OAA • ALL 5 OGT tests • Assessments suspended 2009-2010 and 2010-2011: • Writing: Grade 4 & 7 OAA • Social Studies: Grade 5 & 8 OAA • Work will formally begin on a new assessment system in May 2011

  34. Ohio’s New Assessments: HB1 • K-8 • Combine reading and writing into a single English language arts assessment • Establish 3 performance levels (instead of 5) • High School • Nationally standardized test • Series of end-of-course exams • Senior Project

  35. Common Core Assessment Consortia Both PARCC & SMARTER Balanced consortia have: • Interim and summative components • High school tests: End-of-course vs. End-of-year • Rapid reporting system to inform instruction • Teachers involved in developing and scoring tests

  36. Common Core Assessment Consortia Both PARCC & SMARTER Balanced consortia have: • On-line testing • PARCC will be computer-based • SMARTER will be computer-adaptive • Item types: • Multiple choice • Extended response • Technology-enhanced • Performance assessments



  39. ImplementationTimeline • Transition: • Teacher Professional Development • Local Curriculum Revision • Test Development • 2011 - 2014 State Board Adopts Standards June 2010 State Board Adopts Model Curriculum March 2011 Transition Complete June 2014 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

  40. Ohio’s ComprehensiveEducational System

  41. Building Ohio’s Future Through: Revised Standards Next Steps Model Curriculum * Race to the Top* New Assessments

  42. Alignment between Race to the Top and Ohio House Bill 1

  43. ODE Projects and Activities for Race to the Top Assurance B3

  44. Building Ohio’s Future Through: Revised Standards * Next Steps * Model Curriculum Race to the Top New Assessments

  45. Preparation for Revised Standards Tasks for Districts

  46. A “3-2-1 Reflection” • What are 3 things you have learned today? • What are 2 questions you still have? • What is 1 action that you can take based on this new information?

  47. Questions?

  48. Contact InformationCenter for Curriculum and Assessment Denny Thompson, Director Office of Curriculum and Instruction (614) 466-1317 James Wright, Director Office of Assessment(614) 466-0223

  49. Next Steps Timeline Training Regional Representatives for Spring Train Regional Representatives on Standards 101 Develop Content for Spring Standards Rollout November 2010 – May 2011 October 2010 October 2010 – January 2011 Fall Standards Rollout Meetings Spring Standards Rollout Meetings November 2010 –January 2011 March 2011 – May 2011 Sept Nov Jan Mar May

  50. Planning for Roll Out Presentations