Social Studies
and the
Common Core quality
instruction in the
21st century
Glenn Wiebe
glennw@essdack.org
ESSDACK
common core
state standards
resources
questions
some examples
find a
buddy!
4
why the
difference?
In a few seconds, we had ceased to be
men. Had the situation not been so tragic,
we might have laughed. We looked pretty
s...
I glanced over at my father. How different
he looked! His eyes were veiled. I wanted
to tell him something, but I didn’t k...
The night had passed completely. The
morning star shone in the sky. I too had
become a different person. The student
of Ta...
goo.gl/ZcOJGx
what might be
questions to ask?
are there different
levels of questions?
padlet.com/wall/secondarySS
What is the difference between
inhuman and inhumane?
Does the definition change
depending on time and place?
How should the United States and
the UN respond to ongoing
genocide and work to prevent
future genocide?
what do you know?
what questions do you have?
Common Core
“the cogent reasoning and
use of evidence
essential . . . to
responsible citizenship in
a democratic republic.”
Kansas state standards
“prepare students to be
informed, thoughtful,
engaged citizens”
balance of
process and
content
state standards
Choices have consequences
Individuals have rights and
responsibilities
Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas,
and diversi...
another
way to think
about it?
choices
consequences
rights
responsibilities
beliefs
ideas
diversity
continuity
change
dynamic relationships
teach these t...
choices
consequences
rights
responsibili0es
beliefs
ideas
diversity
con0nuity
change
dynamic	
  rela0onships
teach	
  thes...
new “delta”
indicators
focus is on
benchmarks
recognize and evaluate
analyze context and draw
conclusions
investigate and connect
construct/create and justify/
defend
Common	
  Core	
  
and	
  discipline	
  
specific
focus	
  is	
  on	
  
best	
  prac-ces
but	
  .	
  .	
  .	
  not	
  
mandated,
not	
  tested
focus	
  is	
  on	
  
appropriate	
  
content
content	
  
analysis	
  and	
  
historical	
  
thinking
proposed	
  
assessment
2013 - 2014
pilot items
2014 - 2015
field test
2015 - 2016
full assessment
proposed
timeline
no full assessment
2013-2014
2013 - 2014
pilot items
2014 - 2015
field test
2015 - 2016
full assessment
proposed
timeline
on-­‐line	
  performance	
  tasks
year	
  round	
  access
video,	
  audio	
  and	
  text	
  libraries	
  0ed	
  to	
  
uni...
graphic	
  organizer	
  asking	
  student	
  to	
  
demo	
  historical	
  thinking
constructed	
  responses	
  addressing	...
how	
  is	
  this	
  different	
  than	
  
the	
  old	
  standards?
but what
does that
look like?
like
question
new
apply evidence to
support claims
understand historical
context
evaluate multiple
accounts &
perspectives
examine source
in...
apply evidence to
support claims
understand historical
context
examine source
information
evaluate multiple
accounts &
per...
how can we
model
document
analysis?
how can we
model
document
analysis?
John Barker
Read Aloud
text, context, subtext
sourcing
contextualize
read between the lines
What sorts of questions
can you generate now?
three stage
media
analysis
data
information
knowledge
what do you
see?
how are they
different?
how are they
the same?
which of these images depicts
actual events?
how do you know?
socrative.com
room #77516
In those days, they had rabbit drives. The rabbits got so thick, yeah,
we had rabbit drives . . . somebody organized it an...
does how we live change
depending on when and where
we live?
apply evidence to
support claims
understand historical
context
examine source
information
evaluate multiple
accounts &
per...
where are we?
what might be
questions to ask?
what is the best US response to
Russian missiles in Cuba?
what might be the short and long
term consequences of
EXCOMM concealing its
decisions?
Social Studies Central
www.socialstudiescentral.com
sheg.stanford.edu
21st century curriculum
Stanford History Ed Group
beyondthebubble.stanford.edu
21st century assessment
Beyond the Bubble
apply evidence to
support claims
understand historical
context
examine source
information
evaluate multiple
accounts &
per...
goo.gl/FXEw8E
learning activity?
compelling questions?
standards alignment?
Literacy
activities
history frame
word sorts
Book Bits
Quick Draw
PERSIA
use evidence to
support claims
understand historical
context
read multiple accounts
& perspectives
examine source
informat...
docsteach.org
DocsTeach
PERSIA
examine source
information
apply evidence to
support claims
understand historical
context
evaluate multiple
accounts &
per...
what really
happened here?
how do you know?
Brown, Dee. Bury My
Heart at Wounded Knee:
An Indian History of the
American West
Connell, Evan S. Son of
the Morning Star...
Battle of the Little Bighorn
National Monument
Custer’s Last Stand
National Battlefield
Sioux Victory
National Memorial
Gr...
what are you
zinking about?
http://essdk.me/Zox
have more questions?
contact:
Glenn Wiebe
glennw@essdack.org
socialstudiescentral.com
historytech.wordpress.com
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  1. 1. Social Studies and the Common Core quality instruction in the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  2. 2. common core state standards resources questions some examples
  3. 3. find a buddy! 4
  4. 4. why the difference?
  5. 5. In a few seconds, we had ceased to be men. Had the situation not been so tragic, we might have laughed. We looked pretty strange! Meir Katz, a colossus, wore a child’s pants, and Stern, a skinny little fellow, was floundering in a huge jacket. We immediately started to switch.
  6. 6. I glanced over at my father. How different he looked! His eyes were veiled. I wanted to tell him something, but I didn’t know what.
  7. 7. The night had passed completely. The morning star shone in the sky. I too had become a different person. The student of Talmud, the child I was, had been consumed by the flames. All that was left was a shape that resembled me. My soul had been invaded – and devoured – by a black flame.
  8. 8. goo.gl/ZcOJGx
  9. 9. what might be questions to ask? are there different levels of questions? padlet.com/wall/secondarySS
  10. 10. What is the difference between inhuman and inhumane? Does the definition change depending on time and place?
  11. 11. How should the United States and the UN respond to ongoing genocide and work to prevent future genocide?
  12. 12. what do you know? what questions do you have?
  13. 13. Common Core “the cogent reasoning and use of evidence essential . . . to responsible citizenship in a democratic republic.”
  14. 14. Kansas state standards “prepare students to be informed, thoughtful, engaged citizens”
  15. 15. balance of process and content state standards
  16. 16. Choices have consequences Individuals have rights and responsibilities Societies are shaped by beliefs, ideas, and diversity Societies experience continuity and change over time Relationships between people, place, ideas, and environments are dynamic
  17. 17. another way to think about it?
  18. 18. choices consequences rights responsibilities beliefs ideas diversity continuity change dynamic relationships teach these things
  19. 19. choices consequences rights responsibili0es beliefs ideas diversity con0nuity change dynamic  rela0onships teach  these  things historic political economic geographic with these points of view
  20. 20. new “delta” indicators focus is on benchmarks
  21. 21. recognize and evaluate analyze context and draw conclusions investigate and connect construct/create and justify/ defend
  22. 22. Common  Core   and  discipline   specific focus  is  on   best  prac-ces
  23. 23. but  .  .  .  not   mandated, not  tested focus  is  on   appropriate   content
  24. 24. content   analysis  and   historical   thinking proposed   assessment
  25. 25. 2013 - 2014 pilot items 2014 - 2015 field test 2015 - 2016 full assessment proposed timeline no full assessment 2013-2014
  26. 26. 2013 - 2014 pilot items 2014 - 2015 field test 2015 - 2016 full assessment proposed timeline
  27. 27. on-­‐line  performance  tasks year  round  access video,  audio  and  text  libraries  0ed  to   units  of  study student  choice  of  standard,  content,   and  prompt proposed  assessment
  28. 28. graphic  organizer  asking  student  to   demo  historical  thinking constructed  responses  addressing  the   benchmarks machine  and  hand  scored  items work  product  and  score  banked
  29. 29. how  is  this  different  than   the  old  standards?
  30. 30. but what does that look like?
  31. 31. like question new
  32. 32. apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives examine source information
  33. 33. apply evidence to support claims understand historical context examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  34. 34. how can we model document analysis?
  35. 35. how can we model document analysis? John Barker Read Aloud
  36. 36. text, context, subtext sourcing contextualize read between the lines
  37. 37. What sorts of questions can you generate now?
  38. 38. three stage media analysis data information knowledge
  39. 39. what do you see?
  40. 40. how are they different? how are they the same?
  41. 41. which of these images depicts actual events? how do you know?
  42. 42. socrative.com room #77516
  43. 43. In those days, they had rabbit drives. The rabbits got so thick, yeah, we had rabbit drives . . . somebody organized it and we made a big circle, then we’d close in on ‘em, had a big pen out in the middle and boy, the jack rabbits, they squealed. One time, just south of the river, we had a drive. We circled clear around about four miles; we walked about two miles. And never let ‘em go by and drove ‘em into that pen, and people got in there with clubs, and clubbed ‘em to death. And then they got some money out of the rabbits. They had to do something with the rabbits eating the crops, they’d just eat it down to nothin’. There were so many . . . And it helped out. Elmer Wetzel Born September 1908 Ford County, Kansas
  44. 44. does how we live change depending on when and where we live?
  45. 45. apply evidence to support claims understand historical context examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  46. 46. where are we?
  47. 47. what might be questions to ask?
  48. 48. what is the best US response to Russian missiles in Cuba?
  49. 49. what might be the short and long term consequences of EXCOMM concealing its decisions?
  50. 50. Social Studies Central www.socialstudiescentral.com
  51. 51. sheg.stanford.edu 21st century curriculum Stanford History Ed Group
  52. 52. beyondthebubble.stanford.edu 21st century assessment Beyond the Bubble
  53. 53. apply evidence to support claims understand historical context examine source information evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives
  54. 54. goo.gl/FXEw8E
  55. 55. learning activity? compelling questions? standards alignment?
  56. 56. Literacy activities history frame word sorts Book Bits Quick Draw PERSIA
  57. 57. use evidence to support claims understand historical context read multiple accounts & perspectives examine source information
  58. 58. docsteach.org DocsTeach
  59. 59. PERSIA
  60. 60. examine source information apply evidence to support claims understand historical context evaluate multiple accounts & perspectives analyze primary sources
  61. 61. what really happened here? how do you know?
  62. 62. Brown, Dee. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West Connell, Evan S. Son of the Morning Star: Custer and the Little Bighorn
  63. 63. Battle of the Little Bighorn National Monument Custer’s Last Stand National Battlefield Sioux Victory National Memorial Greasy Grass National Battlefield Custer’s Battlefield National Monument what should we name it?
  64. 64. what are you zinking about?
  65. 65. http://essdk.me/Zox
  66. 66. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98

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