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Standards Based[2]

  1. 1. Standards Based/Performance Based Instruction Barbara A. Guillory, M.A. Ed National Board Certified Teacher
  2. 2. What are standards? Standards establish the criteria for students’ academic achievement and drive what students learn in the classroom.
  3. 3. Content Standards: Broad statements of what students should know and be able to do at each grade level • Students will • Students will M3P2 Students M4G2 Students reason and understand evaluate fundamental mathematical solid figures argument.
  4. 4. Performance standards (Grade Level Expectations/Elements/Benchmarks) Define what all students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade level: M3P2. Students will reason and M4G2. Students will understand evaluate mathematical fundamental solid figures. arguments. Recognize reasoning and proof as Compare and contrast a cube and fundamental aspects of a rectangular prism in terms of the mathematics. Make and investigate number and shape of their mathematical conjectures. faces, edges, and vertices. Describe parallel and Develop and evaluate mathematical perpendicular lines and planes in arguments and proofs. connection with the rectangular prism. Construct/collect models for solid Select and use various types of geometric figures ( reasoning and methods of proof. cube, prisms, cylinder, etc.)
  5. 5. What is a Standard/Performance Based Classroom? Where there are desired a) results Standards dictate plans b) Teacher and students c) both use language related to standards A variety of resources are d) used by both teacher and students Students are actively e) engaged in a performance task that is directly related to the standards and the real world.
  6. 6. Standard/Performance Based Instruction Changes in instructional practice  Balanced Instructional Model  Differentiated Instruction Changes in assessment practices  Authentic assessments (performance based)  Assessments used to plan instruction
  7. 7. Standard/Performance Based Instruction: • How do we use addition and Essential subtraction to tell number stories? questions • How are addition and subtraction are posed in alike? the room, for • How are addition and subtraction example: different? • Word wall displayed with key vocabulary and common language related to the standards Lesson Plans • Variety of resources for teacher and and Learning student use (textbook, internet, other books, etc.) Aids • Lesson plan includes both guided and independent practices or a variety of assessments (performance based).
  8. 8. Standards/Performance Based Instruction: Assessments drive a) instruction b) Skills assessments c) Performance assessments
  9. 9. SEVEN ATTRIBUTES OF HIGH ACHIEVING SCHOOLS High expectations 1. Personalized 2. Respect and 3. responsibility Time to collaborate 4. Performance based 5. Technology as a tool 6. + Essential Components of 1. Learning In-depth learning Performance assessment 2. Active inquiry 3. = Student achievement McNulty (2005)