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  • 1. Regional Standards RolloutFall/Winter 2010/11
    Moving toward a Comprehensive Integrated System
  • 2. Building Ohio’s Future Through:
    * Revised Standards *
    Model Curriculum
    New Assessments
    Race to the Top
    2
  • 3. Standards Revision
    On June 30, 2010…the state board of education adopted statewide academic standards with emphasis on coherence, focus, and rigor for each of grades kindergarten through twelve in English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.
    ORC 3301.079(A)(1)
    3
  • 4. Standards Must Reflect:
    • College and career readiness
    • 5. Content and skills
    • 6. Coherence, focus, rigor
    • 7. Alignment to model curriculum
    • 8. *College standards access on www.
    4
  • 9. What did we hear about the current standards?
    Too many standards
    Not easily managed
    No time to teach in depth
    Some need clarity
    Technical corrections
    5
  • 10. 6
    Revised Standards
    Demonstrate learning progressions across grades (Coherence)
    Are supported by model curricula (Rigor & Relevance)
    Show a reduction in the amount of content to:
    Be more manageable (Clarity)
    Promote greater depth of learning (Focus)
  • 11. Revised Standards Framework
    Major units or areas of study
    (i.e., strand, domain)
    Main focus of the content and standard statements
    (i.e., topic, cluster)
    What students should know and/or be able to do
    (i.e., content and
    standard statements)
    7
  • 12. Organizational Framework and Terminology of the Revised Standards
    8
  • 13. Social Studies Format
    9
    Theme
    Topics
    Strands
    Content Statements
  • 14. Science Format
    Grade Band Theme
    Skills
    Grade Level Connections
    Strands
    Topics
    Content Statements
    Content Descriptions
    10
  • 15. ELA Common Core Format
    11
    Strand
    Topic
    Standard Statements
  • 16. Format of Mathematics Standards
    12
    K-8
    Grade Level
    H.S.
    Conceptual Category
    Domain
    Cluster
    Standard
  • 17. Sample High School Syllabus
    13
    Theme/Course Description
    Topics
    Content Statements
  • 18. In the Interim
    • Focus on content depthin the existing benchmarks rather than “covering” indicators
    • 19. Use inquiry-based instructionin all grades
    • 20. Use resources that connectthe classroomto the outside world
    14
  • 21. Transitioning to Revised Standards
    • Familiarize yourself with the structure and contentof the new standards
    • 22. Understand commonalities and differences between the existing and new standards
    • 23. Discuss implications for instruction and assessment
    15
  • 24. Building Ohio’s Future Through:
    Revised Standards
    * Model Curriculum *
    New Assessments
    Race to the Top
    16
  • 25. Why a Model Curriculum?
    17
    …the state board shall adopt a model curriculum…The model curriculum shall be aligned with the standards, to ensure that the academic content and skills specified for each grade level are taught to students, and shall demonstrate vertical articulation and emphasize coherence, focus, and rigor.
    ORC §3301.079(B)
  • 26. What is the Model Curriculum?
    18
    A web-based tool, aligned to the standards, that:
    • Presents information specific to the content area by grade level, grade band and course
    • 27. Provides curricular and instructional guidance
    • 28. Includes instructional strategies and resources
    • 29. Informs assessment development
  • Model Curriculum Template
    19
    Content Elaborations
    Instructional Strategies and Resources
    Expectations for Learning
    Content Specific Sections
  • 30. Model Curriculum Timeline
    Review Committees Meet
    June-September 2010
    Public Feedback Integrated
    November-December 2010
    Regional Teacher Teams Meet
    July-September 2010
    State Board to Adopt Model Curriculum
    March 2011
    Public Input Solicited
    October-November 2010
    Standards Adopted
    June 2010
    Final Draft Released
    February 2011
    2011
    2010
    20
  • 31. Building Ohio’s Future Through:
    Revised Standards
    Model Curriculum
    * New Assessments *
    Race to the Top
  • 32. New Assessments
    “The state board of education shall… develop achievement tests aligned with the academic standards and model curriculum for each of the subject areas and grade levels required by section 3301.0710 of the Revised Code.”
    ORC § 3301-13-01 (C)(1)
    22
  • 33. Status of Current Assessments
    • Assessments remain operational
    • 34. Reading: Grades 3-8 OAA
    • 35. Mathematics: Grades 3-8 OAA
    • 36. Science: Grades 5 and 8 OAA
    • 37. ALL 5 OGT tests
    • 38. Assessments suspended 2009-2010 and 2010-2011:
    • 39. Writing: Grade 4 & 7 OAA
    • 40. Social Studies: Grade 5 & 8 OAA
    • 41. Work will formally begin on a new assessment system in May 2011
    23
  • 42. Common Core Assessment Components
    • On-line testing
    • 43. Interim (formative) and summative components
    • 44. Multiple formative test assessments (online)
    • 45. Item types:
    • 46. Multiple choice
    • 47. Extended response
    • 48. Technology-enhanced
    • 49. Performance assessments
    24
  • 50. Complete Transition Implementation Timeline
    25
    Transition:
    • Teacher Professional Development
    • 51. Local Curriculum Revision
    • 52. Test Development
    2011 - 2014
    State Board Adopts Standards
    June 2010
    State Board Adopts Model Curriculum
    March 2011
    Transition Complete
    June 2014
    2010
    2011
    2014
    2012
    2013
  • 53. 26
    Building Ohio’s Future Through:
    Revised Standards
    Model Curriculum
    New Assessments
    * Race to the Top*
    Next Steps
  • 54. Alignment between Race to the Top and Ohio House Bill 1
    27
  • 55. ODE Projects and Activities for Race to the Top Assurance B3
    28
  • 56. Tasks for Districts
    29
    Preparation for Revised Standards

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