November No requirement to make recommendations Higher level review of alignment with Cross- cutting and Big Ideas from Revised Science Standards.
Presentation on theme: "August 6, 2009 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction."— Presentation transcript:
August 6, 2009 Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
No requirement to make recommendations Higher level review of alignment with Cross- cutting and Big Ideas from Revised Science Standards Results to be used in conjunction with the more detailed Core Review results 2008 Second Substitute House Bill (2SHB) 2598 and 2009 ESSB 5414, Section 5 (7)(c) 2
43 publishers 99 programs reviewed 16 reviewers 1-2 readings per program Over 5800 data elements collected 3
4 Content Cross Cutting Ideas Big Ideas Key Program Elements Student Learning Facilitating Instruction Equity and Accessibility Assessment
Simpler content scoring rubric Simpler key program elements Use of Not Covered rating No rankings or recommendations No comparisons between materials 5
7 Not Covered Not EvidentSomewhat EvidentMostly EvidentStrongly Evident The supplemental material does not cover the big idea All or most of the big idea is missing (1) A significant amount of the big idea is missing (2) Most but not all of the big idea is present (3) The big idea is well developed (4) The publisher has indicated that the big idea is not covered. All or most of the big idea is missing in the program. Most students would not find the supplemental program materials helpful in developing an understanding of the big idea. Some significant aspect of the big idea is not present. Many students would not be able to achieve solid understanding of the big idea. The key content from the big idea exists in the program. Many students would understand the big idea by using the supplemental program material. There are sufficient teaching and learning opportunities to ensure understanding. 80-100% of students would be able to understand or enhance their understanding of the big idea by using the supplemental program materials.
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.