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  • Welcome to this Slide Cast presentation – Understanding the new CCSD SBERC: Our Road to the new report card. Hi, I’m Dr. O – Associate Superintendent for the CCSD.

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  • Understanding the Standards-Based Elementary Report Card (SBERC) Our Road to the New Report Card Slide Cast Presentation #3
  • In this presentation, you will….
    • Review the definition of a standards-based report card
    • Review “grading” in a Standards-Based Learning Environment
    • Explore the connections between and among curriculum maps, grade level rubrics and the report card
  • What is a Standard-Based Report Card?
    • A standards-based report card highlights the most important skills students should learn in each subject at a particular grade level. In a standards-based learning environment, students receive marks that show “how well they mastered each skill.”
  • Achievement Levels Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1
  • Mission Possible Our “Tale of Two Committees”
    • This School Year, Two Committees Embarked on a Journey to Produce a New Report Card
    • Assessment Committee identified key district assessments and benchmark assessments critical to understanding student achievement.
    • Report Card Committee identified key elements for the elementary report card.
  • What do both committees have in common?
    • CCSD Curriculum Maps
  • The Maps Remain at the Core Elementary Report Card Assessments CCSD Curriculum Maps
  • A Trimester Elementary Report Card Curriculum Map
  • The Curriculum Maps Lead To:
    • Development of Assessments
    • Development of Trimester/Yearly Rubrics
    • Note: Curriculum Maps are “living documents.” Each year, curriculum committees review maps and rubrics. The committee often times will edit the maps/rubrics to reflect solid pedagogical practice.
  • Navigation to the Report Card CCSD Curriculum Map Assessments Marking Period Rubrics Report Card Marking Period Rubrics Trimesters: 1, 2, & 3
  • In Summary:
    • The curriculum maps, assessments, and marking period rubrics -support the information in our standards-based elementary report card.
  • Closing Comments
    • This concludes our Slide Cast presentation. Our next presentations will explore: the specific language of the report card AND specific content areas – ELA, Social Studies, Math and Science.
    • Thank you to all of our committee members for their dedication to student learning and the growth of our district.
  • The Committee