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    • 1. Physical Science Grades 5-7 Bentley Richert Curriculum/Technology Specialist October 26, 2007
    • 2. Challenge Design and build the tallest possible straw structure that can support the weight of a large egg.
      • Materials per group:
      • 25 straws
      • 100 cm of masking tape
      • 1 egg
    • 3. KSES Overview Designed to assist Kansas educators in . . .
    • 4. Selecting and Developing local curricula
    • 5. Carrying out instruction
    • 6. Assessing progress of students
    • 7. KSES Overview Serve as a foundation for the development of the state assessments in science
    • 8. KSES Overview Represent high yet reasonable expectations for all students
    • 9.  
    • 10. Science Standards
      • Adopted February 2007
      • Revised August 2007
      • Delta ▲ = tested
      • * newly marked for assessment (removed)
    • 11. Organization
      • Seven Standards
      • Benchmarks
      • Indicators
      • Instructional Examples
    • 12. Assessed Indicators
      • Grade 4 -- 22 (Changed 4.2.4.2)
      • Grade 7 -- 30
      • High School -- 30
        • 15 Physical Science
        • 15 Life Science
    • 13. Grade by Grade
      • Recommended
      • Different forms
      • Vocabulary
      • Scaffolding
      • 8 through 12 Earth and Space
    • 14. Linking Standards to Assessment
    • 15. Flip Charts
      • Indicator
      • Test Specifications
      • Instructional Examples
      • Item Specification
      • Practice Item
    • 16. Overview of the Assessment
    • 17. Administered annually beginning this year
    • 18. Not used to calculate A.Y.P ( yet )
    • 19. Results used as part of Q.P.A.
    • 20. Given at grades 4, 7, & H.S. ( OTL )
    • 21. Things that make you go hmmm OTL
    • 22. Item Distribution
    • 23. Grade 4
      • 60% process
      • 40% knowledge
    • 24. Grade 7
      • 23% Process
      • 60% Knowledge
      • 17% Process and Knowledge
    • 25. High School
      • 7% Process
      • 93% Knowledge
    • 26. Test Format
    • 27. At least 2 forms
    • 28. Multiple Choice
    • 29. 2 Items per Indicator
    • 30. Time/Sessions
    • 31. KCA & P/P
    • 32. Accommodations
    • 33.  
    • 34. Practice Assessment
      • Periodic Table
      • Save and Exit button
    • 35. Formative Assessment
      • Coming Soon -- December 2007
      • Best Practices
    • 36. Inquiry in Grades 5 - 8
    • 37. Identify questions that can be answered through scientific investigations.
    • 38. Design and conduct a scientific investigation.
    • 39. Use appropriate tools and techniques to gather, analyze, and interpret data.
    • 40. Use evidence to develop descriptions, explanations, predictions, and models.
    • 41. Think critically and logically to relate evidence and explanations.
    • 42. Recognize and analyze alternative explanations and predictions.
    • 43. Use mathematics in all aspects of scientific inquiry.
    • 44. Why is Science important?
    • 45.  
    • 46. Science & Technology
    • 47. Best Practices
      • Address preconceptions
      • Know what it means to “do science.”
      • Use metacognitive strategies
    • 48. Facts + Inquiry = Good Science
    • 49. Enthusiasm Knowledge
    • 50. 5 E’s
      • Engage
      • Explore
      • Explain
      • Elaborate
      • Evaluate
    • 51. The only source of knowledge is experience. Albert Einstein
    • 52.
      • State/National Standards
      Tanya Siwik, Fairfax County Public Schools, The Essentials of Science Grades K-6, Rick Allen
    • 53.
      • State/National Standards
      • District Standards
      Tanya Siwik, Fairfax County Public Schools, The Essentials of Science Grades K-6, Rick Allen
    • 54.
      • State/National Standards
      • District Standards
      • School Standards
      Tanya Siwik, Fairfax County Public Schools, The Essentials of Science Grades K-6, Rick Allen
    • 55.
      • State/National Standards
      • District Standards
      • School Standards
      • Classroom Standards
      Tanya Siwik, Fairfax County Public Schools, The Essentials of Science Grades K-6, Rick Allen
    • 56.
      • State/National Standards
      • District Standards
      • School Standards
      • Classroom Standards
      • Student Standards
      Tanya Siwik, Fairfax County Public Schools, The Essentials of Science Grades K-6, Rick Allen
    • 57. Time, Equipment , Resources , and Space
    • 58. Beware of “ sacred cows ”
    • 59.