Teaching the 4Cs With the Common Core

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    think to yourself for a moment, then talk with a partner, then share out to the whole group.
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  • Sometimes in this workshop, when it’s your turn to do an activity or discuss something, you’ll see a slide like this.
    We’ll be using the “Think-Pair-Share” format, which means:
    think to yourself for a moment, then talk with a partner, then share out to the whole group.
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  • 1. Teaching and Assessing the 4Cs with the Common Core Andrew Miller ASCD Faculty @betamiller #ascd14
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  • 3. By the end of this session you will:  Clarify Blended Learning  Examine Sample Blended Learning professional learning implementations  Uncover best practices in blended professional learning  Gain strategies for planning blended professional learning
  • 4. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 5. Sample CCSS Standards • Access the document at www.tinyurl.com/sampleccss • With a team, examine the standards • Look for language that implies the 4Cs • Be prepared to debrief
  • 6. Sample CCSS Standards
  • 7. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 8. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 9. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 10. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 11. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 12. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 13. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 14. © Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • 15. THINK SH SHARE What struck you about this example of assessing 21st century skills?
  • 16. “What gets measured gets done!”
  • 17. “Educators sometimes say that they shy from assessing creative thought for fear of inhibiting students, but this is a grave error in my view, even if the fear should be honored as coming from a desire to help. (But ponder: why don’t they shy from assessing “effective communication” and “collaboration,” however?)” - Grant Wiggins
  • 18. ©Buck Institute for Education
  • 19. ©Buck Institute for Education
  • 20. Self-Assessment
  • 21. Assessment Methods Journals Reflections Peer Feedback Products Graphic Organizers Observations Written Explanations Conversations
  • 22. THINK SH SHARE How do you describe critical thinking? What are some quality indicators of critical thinking?
  • 23. twitter.com/betamiller andrew@andrewkmiller.com www.andrewkmiller.com