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1 The Common Core State Standards an overview Mike Doughty Assistant Superintendent

2 The context for our work…

3 Common Core State Standards Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) Data Driven Instruction School Change Student Learning

4 State Adoptions of the CCSS

5 A big deal…

6 No one likes change but babies in diapers. Barbara Johnson Writer “ “

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8 Unpacking the Standards Review the format of the Common Core Standards document Note major shifts with the Common Core Standards Discuss implications and next steps

9 I have yet to see any problem, however complicated, which, when you looked at it in the right way, did not become still more complicated. Poul Anderson “ “

10 Background

11 Myth or Fact?

12 We have not and will not prescribe a national curriculum. I want to repeat that. Arne Duncan Secretary of Education NCEE, May 24, 2011 “ “

13 Overview of ELA

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15 Major Shifts – ELA 1.50% of texts in K-5 are informational 2.Literacy in history, science, and other disciplines 3.Text complexity matters 4.Text-dependent questions 5.Constructing an argument with evidence in writing 6.Building academic vocabulary

16 Layout of the Standards

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18 Anchor Standards

19 New York State additions highlighted in yellow

20 Common Core State Standards: ELA and Literacy Overview anchor standards grade-specific standards

21 Clear vertical progression Grade specific expectations Grade band expectations for high school

22 CCSS Strands Reading Writing Speaking and Listening Language

23 Topics

24 Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES24 More specific bullets

25 Making it the NYS Common Core 15% Pre-K standards Responding to Literature Inquiry, culture, and diversity

26 Appendices Appendix A -Research Supporting Key Elements of the Standards; Glossary of Key Terms Appendix B -Text Exemplars and Sample Performance Tasks Appendix C -Examples of Student Writing

27 A segue?

28 Overview of math

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30 Major Shifts – Math 1.Fluency 2.Understanding 3.Application

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33 Making it the NYS Common Core 15% Pre-K standards Addition of two grade level standards

34 CCSS Math: Design and Organization Mathematical Practice Mathematical Content

35 CCSS Math: Design and Organization Content Standards Clusters Domains

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37 Design and Organization Grade Level Overviews

38 CCSS Math: Characteristics “inter-connected” concepts Teaching for DEPTH, not WIDTH “Mind-shift”

39 CCSS Math: Characteristics “The Standards should be read as allowing for the widest possible range of students to participate fully from the outset, along with appropriate accommodations to ensure maximum participation of students with special education needs.” (CCSS mathematics document, p. 4)

40 CCSS Math: Characteristics “The Standards should be read as allowing for the widest possible range of students to participate fully from the outset, along with appropriate accommodations to ensure maximum participation of students with special education needs.” (CCSS mathematics document, p. 4)

41 Structural Organizations Performance indicators at each grade level written like a “list of skills.” 5 Conceptual process strands Content strands with individual standards Performance indicators at each grade level written in a way that concepts are “inter-connected” within a grade level. 8 Conceptual process strands 11 domains within the K-8 curriculum 2005 NYS 2011 CCS

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43 Considerations for Math and ELA Interpreting the language Conceptually related curriculum vs. “check-list” of topics Embedding the CCS in PD

44 CCSS: The future Exploring curriculum models Role of Network teams Implementation of CCS – September 2012 PARCC Assessments aligned to the CCS – June 2015

45 Sequenced Content-Specific Spiraled Include sample tasks Developed in the spring of 2011 and available in the spring of 2012 The Curriculum Model will be…

46 Implementation Timeline

47 Regional Cooperation Ongoing and staggered APPR training Unit writing Using data to inform and guide instruction The changing face of instructional leadership – Leadership for instructional change Navigating the change process

48 The change…

49 For more information… http://engageny.org/common-core/

50 I'm tired of trying to get other people to see into my brain. I'm done. Todd McFarlane “ “

51 Questions?


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