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1 Implementing Common Core and Essential Standards Modified by RCS from Summer Institute 2011

2 [9:44:38 AM] Jessica Garner: "Adaptedfromhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vnq1klw-m2k and PD360."

3 The only person who likes change is a baby with a wet diaper. ~Mark Twain baby.gif?w=500

4 4 HOW DID THE CCSS CONVERSATION START? What does a student need to know and be able to do to enter when entering college or beginning a career/job? College & Career Readiness Standards Given the College & Career Readiness Standards, what does this trajectory look like in K-12 classrooms? Multiple rounds of feedback and revision States who had standards participated in developing the CCSS. State Option to Adopt the CCSS 42 states have adopted the CCSS North Carolina adopted the CCSS on June 3, 2010.

5 How does NC fit into the Big Picture

6 Common Core State Standards North Carolina Essential Standards  English Language Arts  Mathematics  Arts Education  Career and Technical Education  English as a Second Language  Exceptional Children  Healthful Living  Instructional Technology  Science  Social Studies  World Languages North Carolina Standard Course of Study. Time Line

7 7 Subject Area Where is NC in the adoption process? School Year School Year School Year English Language Arts Common Core adopted June 2010 Current taught and assessed Common Core taught & assessed Mathematics Common Core adopted June 2010 Current taught and assessed Common Core taught & assessed Science Essential Standards adopted February 2010 Current taught and assessed New Essential Standards taught & assessed Social Studies, Healthful Living, Arts, Guidance, World Languages Social Studies, World Languages and Arts adopted; Healthful Living and Guidance in Winter 2011 Current taught and assessed New Essential Standards taught & assessed Career and Technical Education Anticipated adoption January 2011 Current taught and assessed New Essential Standards taught & assessed Information and Technology Skills Essential Standards adopted September 2009 New Essential Standards piloted with current New Essential Standards taught Early Learning Anticipated adoption of Essential Standards: Spring 2011 Current taught New Essential Standards taught Extended Content Standards All Extended Content Standards will be on the same operational time line as the standards in each individual content area. New Common Core New Essential Standards All Standards Operational in

8 THE PROMISE OF STANDARDS These Standards are not intended to be new names for old ways of doing business. They are a call to take the next step. It is time for states to work together to build on lessons learned from two decades of standards based reforms. It is time to recognize that standards are not just promises to our children, but promises we intend to keep. 8

9 Promoting Change through Professional Development  High-quality professional development can lead to positive change.  Change requires transforming the role of teachers and school administrators. 6/21/2011 page 5

10 Our Assumptions: For RCS and for Our School Student learning is the highest priority. The Professional Learning Community framework guides our work. Expertise is shared and tapped within and outside of our teams. Things aren’t always perfect. This is a safe space to network, share ideas and ask questions.

11 Curriculum is a Complex Combination of Materials, Resources, and Actions

12 exists and evolves within the operating culture of public schools Curriculum StandardsStudent Achievement

13 The North Carolina Professional Educator Standards Form the foundation of that culture

14 Curriculum is that which:  teachers teach  students learn  the district mandates  the state requires  is expected by Parents Community Higher Education

15 Curriculum StandardsStudent Achievement State LevelLocal LevelSchool Level NCDPIDistrictTeachers Common Core & Essential Standards Local Curricula Instruction & Assessment 30

16 Common Core State Standards North Carolina Essential Standards  English Language Arts  Mathematics  Arts Education  Career and Technical Education  English as a Second Language  Exceptional Children  Healthful Living  Instructional Technology  Science  Social Studies  World Languages North Carolina Standard Course of Study.

17 Guidance Comes From the Standards... But the Standards Alone are Not Enough

18 In Addition to Standards, Teachers Need Local Curriculum to Clarify District Expectations.

19 Local Curricula Helps Teachers Define it: What is it we expect students to learn? Measure it: How will we know when they have learned it? Scaffold it: How will we respond when they don’t learn it? Extend it: How will we respond when they already know it?

20 Components of Local Curricula  Learning Targets  Instructional Sequence  Recommended Delivery Practices  Assessment Guidance  Professional Development  Policies & Regulations 35

21 (Elmore & Rothman, 1999: Mitchell, 1998; Wishnick,1989) Importance of Alignment Alignment is an even stronger predictor of student achievement on standardized tests than are socioeconomic status, gender, race, and teacher effect.

22 Dimensions of Alignment Content Cognitive Context 42

23 Content Does the teacher teach and test the topics listed in the curriculum?

24 Cognitive Type Do the students get to work and think at the level the curriculum prescribes?

25 The Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy The Knowledge Dimension The Cognitive Process Dimension 1. Remember 2. Understand 3. Apply 4. Analyze 5. Evaluate 6. Create A.Factual A 1 A.Conceptual B2 A.Procedural C3 Meta- Cognitive D4

26 Public Schools of North Carolina oi f l State Board of Education Department of Public Instruction Context Are the parameters of the assessment reasonably similar to the parameters of the instruction?

27 Professional Learning Communities are Guided by Four Essential Questions

28 1.What is it we expect students to learn? 1.How will we know when they have learned it? 1.How will we respond when they don’t learn it? 1.How will we respond when they already know it? (2009) Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap: Whatever it Takes

29 Students are most successful when teachers have a shared understanding of “it” 1.What is it we expect students to learn? 2.How will we know when they have learned it? 3.How will we respond when they don’t learn it? 4.How will we respond when they already know it? (2009) Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap: Whatever it Takes

30 These Questions Form the Foundation of Instructional Planning

31 Public Schools of North Carolina oi f l State Board of Education Department of Public Instruction

32 Public Schools of North Carolina oi f l State Board of Education Department of Public Instruction 54

33 Planning for Implementation  Organize Existing Resources  Align Resources to New Standards  Determine Gaps  Develop Resources Where Needed  Frame Professional Development  Address Policies and Practices

34 Resources Face-to-face Blended Online

35 Summer Institute July Annual Professional Development Cycle Jan RESA Session

36 Professional Development Leads

37 RESA Locations

38 Curriculum and Instruction Support  Arts Education  Career and Technical Education  English Language Arts  English as a Second Language  Exceptional Children  Healthful Living  Instructional Technology  Mathematics  Science  Social Studies  World Languages

39 Blended Resources

40 Facilitator’s Guide and Modules The Call for Change Understanding the Standards Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy NC FALCON Designing Local Curricula Teacher Standards and Evaluation

41 1. Connect with the following link https://center.ncsu.edu.nchttps://center.ncsu.edu.nc 2. Follow the directions for log in with an existing used account or create a new one. Once you have your user account working, login and click on the link “New Standards” 3. Click on “The Call for Change” 4.Click on “Enroll me in this course” 5. Start with the introduction and work your way through the module until you receive the Certificate of Completion. Directions for Accessing and Completing Module 1 “The Call For Change”

42 Online Resources content/uploads/2008/07/online network.jpg

43 84 CrosswalksUnpacking Documents MS Office Clip Art

44 District Planning Where are we going? We can create a process in which all district stakeholders will be ready to implement the Common Core/Essential Standards with fidelity by Fall How do we close the gap? Where are we now?

45 Implementation Timeline Fall 2011Spring 2012 Summer 2012 Meetings with administrators, faculty and staff District subject alike meetings with all core area teachers Share overview and provide links to resources Begin PD Modules Unpack CCSS and Essential Standards with teachers Further Plan Revise Professional Development for CCSS/ES Complete On-line PD Modules Review and edit current, and create needed curriculum maps, curriculum calendars and formative assessments Resource Audit Summer district team training and planning – Summer Institute II-July 2012 Be ready for Full implementation in August 2012

46 84 Answering the Call for Change: Education Today and Tomorrow E&feature=


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