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1 COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS FOR MATHEMATICS: TRANSITIONING FROM AWARENESS TO IMPLEMENTATION Harriet Pritchard – Office of Assessment Mathematics

2 www.ed.sc.gov

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5 PASS DATA http://ed.sc.gov/data/pass/index.cfm

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7 Tabs at the bottom  2011 PASS  Column Descriptions  Ethnicity and Race data collected from PowerSchool  Standards writing domains and subject standards also found in the 2010–11 PASS State or District Data Layout.

8 2011PASS.XLSX  Found at http://ed.sc.gov/data/pass/index.cfm  Has columns from A to DL (90 columns!)  Has rows from 1 to 45935 (45935 rows!)  To save changes, create a new copy on your computer. (“Enable editing” if necessary.)  Learn how to hide or delete columns and rows that you don’t need.  Use the “Column Descriptions” tab to crack the “code” for the column headings.

9 Column Descriptions  testid – PASS 10-11  recordtype – State-level, District-level, or School-level  distcode – 1 st 4 BEDS digits  districtname – “State” or district name  BEDS – all 7 BEDS digits  schoolname – “State” or District name or School name

10 Column Descriptions, continued  mathPCT1 – % scoring “Not Met” on overall math  math2PCT1 – % scoring “Not Met” on Numbers and Operations N/O is 2 nd math standard Last # refers to Not Met (1), Met (2), or Exemplary (3)  What does math5PCT3 mean as a column heading?

11 PASS 10-11 State Results # tested mean score Overall test “Not Met” Overall test “Met” Overall test “Exemplary” Grade 3 53513630.629.627.542.9 Grade 4 54991645.320.640.538.9 Grade 5 55274637.924.739.735.6 Grade 6 54062635.127.541.331.2 Grade 7 53477632.530.336.832.9 Grade 8 51959627.630.54425.5

12 PASS 10-11 State Results Math2pct1 Numbers and Op Not Met Math2pct2 Numbers and Op Met Math2pct3 Numbers and Op Exemplary Grade 3 16.321.662.1 Grade 4 13.223.563.3 Grade 5 16.621.362.1 Grade 6 19.224.456.4 Grade 7 22.527.749.8 Grade 8 18.232.549.3

13 PASS 10-11 State Results Math3pct1 Algebra Not Met Math3pct2 Algebra Met Math3pct3 Algebra Exemplary Grade 3 21.751.626.6 Grade 4 8.430.860.8 Grade 5 21.534.544 Grade 6 27.434.338.3 Grade 7 11.831.556.6 Grade 8 25.734.140.2

14 PASS 10-11 State Results Math4pct1 Geometry Not Met Math4pct2 Geometry Met Math4pct3 Geometry Exemplary Grade 3 11.242.746.1 Grade 4 525.469.6 Grade 5 10.538.950.7 Grade 6 18.22655.7 Grade 7 19.733.147.1 Grade 8 14.844.241

15 PASS 10-11 State Results Math5pct1 Measurement Not Met Math5pct2 Measurement Met Math5pct3 Measurement Exemplary Grade 3 26.840.632.6 Grade 4 21.728.549.8 Grade 5 28.831.939.4 Grade 6 2741.331.7 Grade 7 26.441.432.2 Grade 8 20.140.339.6

16 PASS 10-11 State Results Math6pct1 Data and Stats Not Met Math6pct2 Data and Stats Met Math6pct3 Data and Stats Exemplary Grade 3 31.44028.6 Grade 4 19.741.338.9 Grade 5 10.93653.1 Grade 6 21.328.550.2 Grade 7 39.431.828.7 Grade 8 13.834.751.4

17 State-wide – Percent Not Met GradeNo/OpAlgebra Geometry Measurement Data/Stats 316.321.711.226.831.4 4 13.28.4521.719.7 5 16.621.510.528.810.9 6 19.227.418.22721.3 7 22.511.819.726.439.4 8 18.225.714.820.113.8

18 State-wide vs. Your School  Looking at state-wide data gives you a point of reference.  More important, drill through the data to look at your data.  Compare with the state if you want.  Use what you learn to inform teaching.

19 One Issue to consider  PASS Testing in 2011-12 and 2012-13  Teachers must address all of the current Standards/Indicators (2007 for math and 2008 for ELA).  Teachers must look to CCSS to address skills that might be skipped because of the transition.

20 Consider-  3-5.6 Tell time to the minute.  4-5.6 Elapsed time (12 hr.)  5-5.6 Elapsed time (24 hr.)  3MD1 Tell time to the minute; time intervals and word problems  4MD2 Any operation to find time, any unit

21 Consider-  5-5.2 Measure angles with protractor  6-4.9 Complementary and supplementary angles  4MD6 Measure angles with protractor  4MD7 Find unknown angles in a diagram

22 Consider-  8-5.5 Perimeter & area of trapezoids  7-5.2 Surface area & volume of prism, pyramid, cylinder  6G1 Area of special quadrilaterals  6G4 Surface area of 3-D figures

23 Assessment and Teaching  PASS and CCSS “Overlap” Assessment in 2013-14  More than the “Overlap” should be taught  CCSS Assessment in 2014-15  If ONLY Assessment drives instruction, students will be left out in the cold for many skills.  Long before CCSS impacts large-scale assessment, it must impact teaching.

24 NAEP DATA http://ed.sc.gov/agency/programs-services/44/

25 http://ed.sc.gov/agency/programs- services/44/NAEPStateReports.cfm  NAEP website  http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard which contains The Nation's Report Card, Mathematics 2011 The full set of national and state results in an interactive database Released test questions, scoring guides, and question-level performance data

26 http://ed.sc.gov/agency/programs- services/44/NAEPStateReports.cfm

27 NAEP Reports  Scale Scores  0 to 500 for grades 4 and 8.  Scores cannot be compared across subjects or across content areas within the same subject.  Achievement Levels:  Basic denotes partial mastery of prerequisite knowledge and skills that are fundamental for proficient work at each grade.  Proficient represents solid academic performance for each grade assessed.  Advanced represents superior performance.

28 Common Core Math in the High School  Organized by conceptual category  Algebra  Functions  Modeling  Geometry  Statistics and Probability  Algebra I  Geometry  Algebra II  Fourth Course  Math I  Math II  Math III  Math IV GeneralCourse specific

29 EOCEP DATA http://ed.sc.gov/data/eocep/index.cfm

30 EOCEP  http://ed.sc.gov/data/eocep/index.cfm  Separate tabs for state, district, and school  Only 15 columns  Gives %A, %B, %C, %D, and %F  Testid indicates which test  1 = Algebra I or Math Tech II  2 = Biology I or Applied Biology II  3 = English I  4 = Physical Science  5 = U. S. History and the Constitution

31 HSAP DATA http://ed.sc.gov/data/hsap/index.cfm

32 HSAP  http://ed.sc.gov/data/hsap/index.cfm  Only math and ELA  Only 27 columns  Separate tabs for state, district, and school  Additional tab for “HSAP Spring Passed Both”

33 ACT AND SAT DATA http://ed.sc.gov/data/national-assessments/

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37 Other Assessment-related Resources  PARCC (Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers) – http://www.parcconline.org  SBAC (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium) – www.smarterbalanced.org


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