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College and Career Readiness Kentucky Core Academic Standards Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching and Learning Assessment Literacy PODCAST 2
College & Career Readiness Middle Elementary High Kentucky Core Academic Standards HIGHLY EFFECTIVE TEACHING & LEARNING Assessment SENATE BILL 1 2 Podcast 1 Podcast 4 Podcasts 2 and 3
Gain a deeper understanding of: The purpose of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards How the standards address College and Career Readiness The Kentucky Core Academic Standards in relation to Core Content 4.1
I can articulate the goals and purposes of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards. I can articulate how the Kentucky Core Academic Standards prepare students for College and Career Readiness. I understand how the Kentucky Core Academic Standards relate to Core Content 4.1.
To ensure that all students throughout Kentucky are provided with common content and have opportunities to learn at high levels.
Divide the large group into two groups to read the introduction to the Common Core State Standards/Kentucky Core Academic Standards. One group for Math and one for English Language Arts These groups will further divide the reading.
MATH-Teams of 4 ELA-Teams of 5 Reading1: Page 1 to Understanding Mathematics Reading 2: Understanding Mathematics to the bottom of p. 5 Reading 3: Top of p. 6 to top of p. 7 (stop at 4.) Reading 4: 4. Model with mathematics to the end Reading 1: p. 3 Reading 2: p. 4 Reading 3: p. 5 Reading 4: p. 6 Reading 5: p. 7
As you read your section…. Highlight ONE sentence that is important to you. Highlight ONE phrase that is important to you. Highlight ONE word that is important to you. When you share out with your team… Discuss the sentence first and why you chose it. Discuss the phrase second and why you chose it. Discuss the word last and why you chose it. Use the chart paper to highlight the important ideas of your teams discussion.
As a team, walk around and look at each poster. Use Post-it notes to capture your thinking as you walk. What are the big ideas you notice on the posters? What commonalities are there between the posters for Math and English Language Arts? What questions do you have? After the gallery walk, please be prepared to share your thinking and conversation with the large group.
It is time to recognize that standards are not just promises to our children, but promises we intend to keep. Math Introduction, p. 5
Two Groups Half for Reading (ELA) and half for Math Read your page and discuss with your small group. Be prepared to share your thinking with the large group. Handout CC 4.1 Standards for Reading or Math are in the left column. Kentucky Core Academic Standards for Reading and Math are in the right column.
What do you notice? How are they alike? Different? How will this information influence our discussions regarding the new English Language Arts standards?
I can articulate the goals and purposes of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards. I can articulate how the Kentucky Core Academic Standards prepare students for College and Career Readiness. I understand how the Kentucky Core Academic Standards relate to Core Content
Podcast 3-Kentucky Core Academic Standards Podcast 4-Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching and Learning with a focus on Assessment Literacy Summer Professional Development – KCAS, CHETL, Assessment Literacy (preparation for first 6-12 weeks of the school year) Continuing Professional Development – differentiated to meet the needs of individual schools 14
15 VISIT FOR MORE INFORMATION
Rollout – introduction and progressive learning about the standards, assessment and CHETL Characteristics of Highly Effective Teaching and Learning – CHETL Balanced assessment including effective use of formative assessment - Assessment Literacy Kentucky Core Academic Standards – KCAS Learning Target 16
High achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectation. ~Charles F. Kettering Engineer/Inventor