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1 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education 100 North First Street, E-216 Springfield, Illinois www.isbe.net/assessment The Common Core State Standards: An overview for teachers of students with the most significant cognitive disabilities October 28, 2013 Mary O’Brian Jessica Dare Director of Assessment IAA Coordinator

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3 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education Common Core State Standards Fewer, clearer and higher College and Careers Readiness Rigorous content and applications Evidence-based International benchmarking 2 (CCSS)

4 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education Common Core Essential Elements Specific statements of the content and skills Linked to the CCSS Provide links between the CCSS and grade specific expectations 3 (CCEE)

5 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education CCEE: Design Focus on student learning Create comparable expectations for students with significant cognitive disabilities Use performance terms to describe what students should know and be able to do Insure that final elements are measurable and observable 4

6 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education CCEE: Design Define essential differences from grade to grade: –Cognitive demand –Content knowledge –Skills-based expectations Align CCEEs across and between grades 5

7 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education CCEEs are NOT… Replacements for the Common Core State Standards Downward extensions Statements of functional skills Curriculum or learning progressions IEP goals or benchmarks 6

8 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education Like the Common Core State Standards, the Essential Elements do NOT define all of what is taught or how it should be taught. 7

9 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education CCSS: Design and Organization K-12 standards Grade-specific end-of-year expectations Developmentally appropriate, cumulative progression of skills and understandings 8

10 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education CCEE: Organization 9

11 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education CCSS and CCEE are directly linked: Emphasize writing to convey ideas and information Address topic Include the use of related illustrations and multimedia 10

12 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education Hunter wNA9M&feature=youtu.behttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IV9cK- wNA9M&feature=youtu.be 11

13 Division of Student AssessmentIllinois State Board of Education CCEE: Modes of Communication Where no limitations has been stated, no limitation should be inferred. Students’ opportunities to learn and to demonstrate learning should be maximized by providing whatever communication tools are necessary and routinely used by the student. 12

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