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  • In the summer of 2006 teams of teachers using feedback from previous curriculum guides, plus delta feedback, the NCSCOS, and years of experience at using language arts guides met for the purpose of developing a language arts instruction guide that would provide the best guide possible for the continuous improvement of instruction in Iredell-Statesville Schools. The area Executive Directors and related support areas were responsible for leading lead teachers and classroom teachers through this process. Similar teams met in math, writing, science and EOC and Honors courses with the same processes and charges for improvement of instruction. The degree to which the work has been accomplished is in direct correlation with the needs expressed at each level. (Ex: Elementary is language arts, math, science. High school is all core EOC courses).

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  • High Five Design Process #1: 21 st Century Guides What do 21 st Century Students Need to Know?
  • What are they?
    • A framework, or guide for 21 st Century instruction and content, Web 2.0 delivery, and 21 st Century assessment. They are a document. They are also an artifact of a process for improvement of 21 st Century instruction.
  • What do they look like? View slide
  • Why do we do them?
    • It’s the law
    • 115C: Standard Course of Study
    • SBOE Policy: HSP section http://sbepolicy.dpi.state.nc.us/
    • It’s best practice
    • Alignment; learning focus; success for all, Wiggins, Reeves, NSDC, Tomlinson, Dufour, Jacobs
    View slide
  • Yes, but really WHY?
    • To provide the basis for a common understanding and discussion of what all 21 st Century students need to know and be able to do.
    • To provide support for 21 st Century professionals as they face accountability for student performance
    • To create an understanding of best practice as an e-PLC discussion tool
    • To capture it all in one place to share
  • What flexibility is there?
    • NONE with use of them (law and NCVPS policy)
    • Flexibility in pacing based on what you know about the students in each course
    • Flexibility with elearning resources
    • Flexibility with eintegration
    • Flexibility with (classroom) assessments
    • Flexibility with content of e-PLC common formative assessments based on results
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  • 21 st Century Content
    • NCVPS Copyright Course and Policies
    • Standard Course of Study
    • http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/curriculum/
    • State Testing
    • http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/accountability/testing/eog
    • 21 st Century Skills
    • http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/
    • ISTE
    • http://www.iste.org/
    • NCTE – Reading and Writing on the Web
    • http://www.ncte.org/collections/weblit
    • 101 Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers
    • http://oedb.org/library/features/101-web-20-teaching-tools
  • Integration with Exceptional Learners
    • Not just your course or classroom
    • Who is responsible?
    • IEP and 504 guiding principles (do not go
    • any further without reading these guidelines:
    • http://www.ncvps.org/operations/)
    • Best EC practices in face to face classroom
    • Best EC practices in e-classroom
    • Table Share activity
  • NCVPS Deliverables From Process #1
    • The High Five Team (July / August 2008) will:
    • Evaluate for NCSCOS – semester focus
    • Evaluate for EOC areas – semester focus
    • Evaluate for 21 st Century content and skills
    • Evaluate for GUI engagement
    • Make recommendations for Fall 2008 process to team lead; and recommendations for scale for Spring 2009
    • Complete Instructional guide columns for Fall 2008 and post on the Teacher Boat Dock.