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Honors Level Course Implementation Guide Q & A Session Social Studies May 16, 2013.

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1 Honors Level Course Implementation Guide Q & A Session Social Studies May 16, 2013

2 Introductions Today’s Webinar Is Facilitated By Fay Gore Social Studies Content Area

3 How To Access The Honors Implementation Information

4 Social Studies Courses Eligible For Honors Credit

5 Structure and Content of The Honors Portfolio The Honors Portfolio contains three primary sections: 1.Curriculum Content 2.Instructional Materials and Methods 3.Assessment

6 The Curriculum Content Let’s Discuss Section I

7 I. Curriculum Content How is the honors level course adapted and differentiated for advanced learners? How does the honors level curriculum support vertical alignment for college and career readiness? Honors Level Course Portfolio Evidence must include: 1.Teacher Rationale for Curriculum Content (intentional reflection & philosophy) 2.Standards and Objectives 3.Curriculum Plan (Pacing guides, course syllabus & sequence, curriculum maps, etc.)

8 Questions About Content

9 Instructional Materials and Methods Let’s Discuss Section II

10 II. Instructional Materials and Methods How is the honors level course taught? Honors Level Course Portfolio Evidence must include: 1.Teacher Rationale for Instructional Materials and Methods 2.Instructional Materials and Methods (instructional resources, methods, strategies, equipment, and technology) 3.Sample Units, Lesson(s), and Assignments 4.Student Work Samples

11 Questions About Materials/Methods

12 Let’s Discuss Section III Assessment

13 III. Assessment How is the Honors Level Course assessed? Honors Level Course Portfolio Evidence must include: 1.Teacher Rationale for Assessment Practices 2.Assessment Practices (grading practices, use of rubrics and/or scoring guides, use of formative and summative assessment) 3.Assessment Samples (pre-assessment, description of formative assessment, and summative assessment) 4.Student Work Assessment Samples

14 Questions About Assessment

15 Closure North Carolina Honors Course Implementation Guide and Rubric State-wide framework Local flexibility Guidelines for rigor required for honors credit weighting

16 Contact Information Michelle McLaughlin Fay Gore Linda Brannan


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