Presentation on theme: "CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING LITERACY STANDARDS FOR HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES; SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL SUBJECTS"— Presentation transcript:
CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING CCRS QUARTERLY MEETING LITERACY STANDARDS FOR HISTORY/SOCIAL STUDIES; SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL SUBJECTS http://alex.state.al.us/ccrs/
OUTCOMES Participants will: 1.Analyze the components of your lesson using Dimension I of the EQuIP (Tri-State) Rubric. 2.Define rigor in the context of the CCRS. 3. Explore Dimension II of the EQuIP (Tri-State) Rubric. 4. Explore the reading/writing connection in your content. 5. Prepare to share resources with district LEA team and colleagues
SESSION # 1 ASSIGNMENT PRAISE, QUESTION, POLISH Outcome # 1 1.Reflect on the lesson you brought. 2.Mark evidence of elements of Dimension 1 of EQuIP (Tri-State) rubric. 3.Mark evidence of planning questions. 4.Identify ONE praise (something that went very well), ONE question (something your lesson made you wonder), and ONE polish (identify a growing space). 5.Share your PQP with a partner in your content area.
A LABAMA Q UALITY T EACHING S TANDARDS 1.4-Designs instructional activities based on state content standards 2.7-Creates learning activities that optimizes each individual’s growth and achievement within a supportive environment 5.3-Participates as a teacher leader and professional learning community member to advance school improvement initiatives
WHAT IS RIGOR????????? Outcome # 2 Take out Your Own Device
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