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Welcome to Smarter Balanced Math Assessment Claims EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER - NORTH LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Spring 2014 Facilitator Name & Facilitator Name College and Careers Start Here

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Common Core Model Lesson 5-15 minutes 20-60 minutes

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Number Talks 1.Teacher presents the problem. 2.Students mentally figure out the answer. 3.Students share their answers and justify their thinking. 4.Teacher records student thinking. 5.The class agrees on the "real" answer for the problem. HANDOUT

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Number Talk 6 x 3.2 Thumb up “I’ve got the answer.” Forefinger and thumb “I have two strategies.” Thumb and pinky finger “I agree.”

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www.symbaloo.com/mix/mathescnorthresources Number Talk Resources

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Essential Questions What are Smarter Balanced assessment claims? How might Smarter Balanced assessment claims guide teaching and learning? K W L

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College and Career Readiness Common Core Mathematics Standards Common Core Mathematics Standards Practice Standards Practice Standards Content Standards Content Standards

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Cluster Emphases CCSS-M 1 Pager

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College and Career Readiness Common Core Mathematics Standards Common Core Mathematics Standards Practice Standards Practice Standards Content Standards Content Standards

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K-12 Math Practice Standards OVERARCHING HABITS OF MIND REASONING & EXPLAINING MODELING & USING TOOLS SEEING STRUCTURE & GENERALIZING

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California Standards Test Scores Overall Score Content Scores

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Smarter Balanced Scores Overall Score100% Claim 1 Concepts and Procedures 40% Claim 2 Problem Solving 20% Claim 4 Modeling and Data Analysis 20% Claim 3 Communicating Reasoning 20% 40%

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Smarter Balanced Scores Overall Content & Practice Score Claim 2 Problem Solving Claim 4 Modeling & Data Analysis Claim 2 Problem Solving Claim 4 Modeling & Data Analysis Claim 1 Concepts & Procedures Claim 3 Communicating Reasoning

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Smarter Balanced Claims Claims are groups of test questions that measure similar or related knowledge or skills… - Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC)

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Smarter Balanced Blueprint Claims Targets DOK Levels Total Items Item Types SBAC BLUEPRINT

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Claim It! Sorting Activity In groups of 2 or 3, match each claim to the corresponding Smarter Balanced assessment item. Claim 4 Claim 3 Claim 2 Claim 1 ? ?

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Concepts & Procedures “Students can explain and apply mathematical concepts and interpret and carry out mathematical procedures with precision and fluency.” Smarter Balanced Claims Why might this be an assessment of Claim 1?

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Smarter Balanced Blueprint Claim 1 Where do you find Target C for Claim 1 in the CCSS? CCSS-M 1 Pager SBAC BLUEPRINT

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Smarter Balanced Claims Review the classroom observations for Claim 1 What are the implications for instruction & assessment? Review the classroom observations for Claim 1 What are the implications for instruction & assessment?

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Claim 2 Problem Solving “Students can solve a range of complex well-posed problems in pure and applied mathematics, making productive use of knowledge and problem solving strategies.” Smarter Balanced Claims Why might this be an assessment of Claim 2?

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Smarter Balanced Blueprint Claim 2 Where do you see evidence of Mathematical Practice 1 in the Claim 2 targets? CCSS-M 1 Pager SBAC BLUEPRINT

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Smarter Balanced Claims Review the classroom observations for Claim 2 What are the implications for instruction & assessment? Review the classroom observations for Claim 2 What are the implications for instruction & assessment?

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Claim 4 Modeling & Data Analysis “Students can analyze complex, real-world scenarios and can construct and use mathematical models to interpret and solve problems.” Smarter Balanced Claims Why might this be an assessment of Claim 4?

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Smarter Balanced Blueprint Claim 4 Where do you see evidence of Mathematical Practice 4 in the Claim 4 targets? SBAC BLUEPRINT CCSS-M 1 Pager

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Smarter Balanced Claims Review the classroom observations for Claim 4 What are the implications for instruction & assessment? Review the classroom observations for Claim 4 What are the implications for instruction & assessment?

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Claim 3 Communicating Reasoning “Students can clearly and precisely construct viable arguments to support their own reasoning and to critique the reasoning of others.” Assessment Claims Why might this be an assessment of Claim 3?

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Smarter Balanced Blueprint Claim 3 How do the Claim 3 DOK levels compare to the DOK levels of Claim 1? Why? SBAC BLUEPRINT

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Depth of Knowledge (DOK)

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MathematicsELA/Literacy DOK3DOK4DOK3DOK4 NCLB Assessments <2%0%20%2% SBAC Assessments 49%21%43%25% Source : Yuan & Le (2012); Herman & Linn (2013) from Linda Darling-Hammond, Assembly Hearing, 3-6-13

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Smarter Balanced Claims Review the classroom observations for Claim 3 What are the implications for instruction & assessment? Review the classroom observations for Claim 3 What are the implications for instruction & assessment?

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Acceptable Evidence CST

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A Which model(s) below could represent the solution to this problem? Click all that apply. 17 x 12 B C E D F SBAC

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Smarter Balanced Reporting System Overview

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Essential Questions What are Smarter Balanced assessment claims? How might Smarter Balanced assessment claims guide teaching and learning? K W L

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www.symbaloo.com/mix/mathescnorthresources Smarter Balanced Resources

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Thank You College & Careers Start Here

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