# Help! I’m Being Attacked by New Math Standards!!! A Project CHILD Presentation by Scott Simpson.

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Help! I’m Being Attacked by New Math Standards!!! A Project CHILD Presentation by Scott Simpson

Today’s Objectives: State & National Standards Sunshine State Standards (SSS) & Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Gaps, Depth, & Time Project CHILD Solutions Project CHILD philosophy of subject area experts, cross- grade level teachers, differentiated stations The 2/3 Rule of Whole Group & Small Group Instruction Spiraling the Curriculum

SSS, NGSSS, CCSS, PARCC STATE & NATIONAL STANDARDS

The New Florida Textbooks

Standards

Common Core State Standards www.corestandards.org 42 States

State of Florida Assessments 1.FCAT 1998 2.FCAT 2.0 2010 3.PARCC 2014 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers www.parcconline.org 26 States

Common Core Testing: 2014 - 2015 Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) As part of the Race to the Top competition, Florida joined with 26 other states to help create common assessments. See more at www.parcconline.org www.parcconline.org

Common Core Implementation YearK123-89-12 2011-2012 x 2012-2013 xx 2013-2014 xxx Blended 2014-2015 xxxxx

GAPS SSS  NGSSS  Common Core

GAPS: Examples What GAPS did YOU notice this last year?

GAPS: Examples Current 4 th graders didn’t memorize their multiplication table through 10x10 in 3 rd grade Current 5 th graders didn’t learn the use of the Distributive Property in 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd, or 4 th grade

1 st Grade: 27 + 15 = 20 + 10 + 7 + 5 = 30 + 12 2 nd Grade: 141 + 99 = 141 + 100 - 1 3 rd Grade: 8 x 6 = (8 x 5) + (8 x 1) 4 th Grade: 8 x 26 = (8 x 20) + (8 x 6) 5 th Grade: 208 ÷ 8 = (160 ÷ 8) + (48 ÷ 8) Next Generation Sunshine State Standards

GAPS: Examples What GAPS might there be when we transition to the Common Core?

Depth of Knowledge a Mile Wide and an Inch Deep

How do I find time to fill in the transition gaps? How do I teach the deeper, more difficult material? How do I get through the book at all? (It doesn’t feel like less!)

Project CHILD, 2/3 Rule, Spiraled Stations PROJECT CHILD SOLUTIONS

Solution #1: Project CHILD Cross-Grade Level Teaching Teachers as Subject Experts Reading Writing Math Differentiated Learning Stations

Solution #2: The 2/3 Rule

The 2/3 Rule: Whole Group v. Small Group 1)Spend less than ½ the class time teaching whole group. 2)The remaining part of the class time should be spent at stations, including a small group at Teacher Station.

3)Teach the remaining 1/3 of the class at the the Teacher Station. RTI Philosophy Tier 1: Whole-Group Instruction Tier 2: Whole-Group Instruction with supplemental help from teacher or classmates Tier 3: Small-Group & Individual Instruction

The 2/3 Rule: Whole Group v. Small Group

Solution #3: Spiral the Curriculum

Spiral the Curriculum: Review, Preteach, Review Bellwork & Stations 1) Review previous year curriculum during the fall to assess level of mastery.

Bellwork & Stations 2)Preteach curriculum by using your higher-achieving students and allowing your students to discover. 3)Review curriculum throughout the year, focusing on each BIG Idea.

Spiraling The Curriculum Place ValueMultiplicationDataFractionsGeometry

How can I “preteach” Curriculum? Place ValueMultiplicationDataFractionsGeometry

2/3 Rule & Spiraling the Curriculum Would they work in your classroom? How would this change your teaching structure?

Today’s Objectives: State & National Standards Sunshine State Standards (SSS) & Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Gaps, Depth, & Time Project CHILD Solutions Project CHILD philosophy of subject area experts, cross- grade level teachers, differentiated stations The 2/3 Rule of Whole Group & Small Group Instruction Spiraling the Curriculum

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