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  1. NATIONALPathwayfor Common CoreImplementation

  2. Practicum One

  3. Today’s Overview Closely Held Knowledge Common Reading Reasoning: What is Rigor in the CCSS? Experience: Common Core ELA & Math Your Plan: Trainer or Changer / A Rubric Plan Review and Presentation Pinning Ceremony

  4. PRIORITY • Require WEEKLY use of computer for writing • Require 4 to 5 pages of writing weekly • ELA & Social Studies • Thesaurus Use (Vocabulary)

  5. Learning Target The purpose of Practicum One is to Synthesize the learning points related to Leading a Common Core Standards Implementation. Our goal is to further explore the critical elements of Organizational Changerelated to the CCSS.

  6. SHARING • What are you doing to implement CCSS? • What’s going well? • Where are the Pushback Points? • What strategies are you using to overcome them? • What is most challenging so far? :30

  7. What’s in your anxiety closet?

  8. Practicum One: Knowledge

  9. RIGOR Q: What Grades See the Largest Shift in Lexile Requirements for Text Complexity?

  10. RIGOR Q: What Grades See the Largest Shift in Lexile Requirements for Text Complexity? A: 4th to 5th

  11. Lexile® levels today and with Common Core – Rigor Increased 2-3 Grade Levels Current Typical text measures (by grade) Common Core Text complexity grade bands and associated Lexile ranges

  12. What are the Percentages of Non-Fiction in.. Grade 4? Grade 8? Grade 12?

  13. What are the Percentages of Non-Fiction in.. Grade 4? 50% Grade 8? 55% Grade 12? 70%

  14. Percentage distribution of literary and informational passages – Non Fiction - is Key Source: National Assessment Governing Board. Reading Framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress. Washington, D.C.: American Institutes for Research, 2007.

  15. Why is Informational Non-Fiction Important Give me three reasons….

  16. Why is Informational Non-Fiction Important Give me three reasons…. • Type of text read in college & work place • Students who fail to meet CCR Benchmarks are weak in this type of reading • Key type of text for Science and Math

  17. ACT Study – Schmeiser, 2006 Chance of later success Science Mathematics Unprepared in Reading Prepared in Reading 1% 32% 15% 67%

  18. What are the percentage Targets for argumentative Writing in.. Grade 4 Grade 8 Grade 12

  19. What are the percentage Targets for argumentative Writing in.. Grade 4 30% Grade 8 35% Grade 12 40%

  20. To Argue . . . and Inform . . . in Writing CCSS Requires Argument / Evidence-based Writing Distribution of Communicative Purposes by Grade in the 2011 NAEP Writing Framework Source: National Assessment Governing Board (2007). Writing framework for the 2011 National Assessment of Educational Progress, pre-publication edition. Iowa City, IA. ACT, Inc. It follows that writing assessments aligned with the Standards should adhere to the distribution of writing purpose across grades outlined by NAEP.

  21. Why is Evidence-bases Writing Important? Give me three reasons….

  22. Why is Evidence-bases Writing Important? Give me three reasons…. • Uses Evidence and Argument • Uses Critical Thinking Skills – creates understanding of Facts / Knowledge • Real world need: We have 24/7 access to any fact with Mobile Device.. But what is Truth? Understanding argument is a key skill.

  23. Evidence-based writing • What are the implications for your teachers? • Are your teachers comfortable with evidence-based writing? • How well do they understand the differences between opinion and argument? • Do all content area teachers understand when to assign expositional and argument writing assignments? • What are your plans to help them prepare for these shifts?

  24. Teacher ACTIVITYchanges • The Common Core Standards emphasize student outcomes at higher levels of cognitive performance / critical thinking. • Instruction must expect higher levels of critical understanding. • Skills define the type of Rigorous Mastery for each skill in the standards

  25. Third First Second Kindergarten Number Sense Operations Measurement Consumer Applications Basic Algebra Advanced Algebra Geometric Concepts Advanced Geometry Data Displays Statistics Probability Analysis Trigonometry Special Topics Functions Instructional Technology • Memorize Facts, Definitions, Formulas • Perform Procedures • Demonstrate Understanding • Conjecture, Analyze, Generalize, Prove • Solve Non-Routine Problems/Make Connections

  26. Use the tool http://seconline.wceruw.org/secwebhome.htm Or Linked inside of.. www.CurriculumMapper.com

  27. Why is the meaning of “Fluency” in the CCSS Math Standards? Who can explain what “Fluency” means in the Common Core math standards?

  28. Why is the meaning of “Fluency” in the CCSS Math Standards? Who can explain what “Fluency” means in the Common Core math standards? Critical skill sets at each grade level where students should be able to quickly apply knowledge and understanding to novel problems…

  29. FLUENCY

  30. FLUENCY IN THE COMMON CORE MATH CLASS IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE. . . • What are the implications for your teachers? • What are your plans to help them prepare for this shift?

  31. Thinking differently about math

  32. Standards for Mathematical Practice in a Classroom McDonald’s Claim Wikipedia reports that 8% of all Americans eat at McDonalds every day. In the US, there are approximately 310 million Americans and 12,800 McDonalds. The average McDonald’s store can serve 1,500 people a day. Do you believe the Wikipedia report to be true? Create a mathematical argument to justify your position. (Briars, Feb 2011)

  33. On average.. What percent of Content Standards within the CCSS are already “aligned” to existing State Standards?

  34. On average.. What percent of Content Standards within the CCSS are already “aligned” to existing State Standards? Two-Thirds (2/3)

  35. How does the 2/3 current alignment impact our work? Give me three Impact Points….

  36. How does the 2/3 current alignment impact our work? Give me three Impact points…. • Content Standards are not the center of the “Big Shift” • Curriculum Alignment is less challenging as compared to Alignment of Instructional Practice • Focus on Career/College Anchors (ELA) & Math Practices

  37. What is the priority CCR? What is the Phase One Priority College & Career Readiness Anchor Standard in English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects..

  38. What is the priority CCR? What is the Phase One Priority College & Career Readiness Anchor Standard in English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects.. CCR #1 Read Closely to determine what the text says explicitly, make logical inferences from it, use evidence from the text when writing and speaking to support conclusions

  39. What is the priority mps? What is the Phase One Priority Standard for Mathematical Practice?

  40. What is the priority mps? What is the Phase One Priority Standard for Mathematical Practice? CCR #1 Read Closely to determine what the text says explicitly, make logical inferences from it, use evidence from the text when writing and speaking to support conclusions

  41. ACT Study – Schmeiser, 2006 Chance of later success Science Mathematics Unprepared in Reading Prepared in Reading 1% 32% 15% 67%

  42. Standards for Mathematical Practice Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them Reason abstractly and quantitatively Construct viable arguments / critique the reasoning of others Model with mathematics Use appropriate tools strategically Attend to precision Look for and make use of structure Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning

  43. What kind of vocabulary is critical to meet the Common Core Goals? What are two types of vocabulary we MUST INCREASE SUBSTANTIALLY if our students are to master the Common Core requirements?

  44. What kind of vocabulary is critical to meet the Common Core Goals? What are two types of vocabulary we MUST INCREASE SUBSTANTIALLY if our students are to master the Common Core requirements? • Academic Vocabulary • Domain Specific Vocabulary (Science, Social Studies, Math, Technical)

  45. Kindergarten Essential vocabulary ELA Math Attribute Decompose Decomposition Composition Hexagon Dimensional Vertices Category • Stanza • Preference • Punctuation • Collaborate • Illustrator • Brainstorm • Punctuation • Non-fiction

  46. Define College and Career Readiness What is the technical definition of College & Career Readiness, as put forth by the National Governor’s Association, various workplace associations like the US Chamber of Commerce, and academics like the Council of Chief State School Officers and ACT, as well as U.S. DOE?

  47. Define College and Career Readiness What is the technical definition of College & Career Readiness, as put forth by the National Governor’s Association, various workplace associations like the US Chamber of Commerce, and academics like the Council of Chief State School Officers and ACT, as well as U.S. DOE? Moving to the next level of learning without need for remediation.

  48. Sustainable Change What are the five elements of sustainable change which we must include within our Common Core State Standards Implementation?

  49. Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan: Provides the direction to eliminate the treadmill effect. Vision: The “Why are we doing this?” to combat confusion. Skills: The skill sets needed to combat anxiety. Incentives: Reasons, perks, advantages to combat resistance Resources: Tools and time needed to combat frustration. Conditions for Successful Implementation Knoster, T., Villa, R., & Thousand, J. (2000)