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Understanding ccss
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  • 1. By: Khalid El-GamalBased on: understanding common core state standards By John Kendall
  • 2. • Common Core in context• Close look on CCSS• Benefits and concerns• Preparing for the CCSS
  • 3. •Beginning of standards•Current solutions fall short•Before and during Standards – under CCSS•Drawbacks of Standards •Too many Standards •Too little curriculum •Scenario•Promising alternative
  • 4.  Mission of CCSS 5 criteria of CCSS ◦ Fewer, higher and clearer ◦ Aligned with college and career ◦ Inclusive of rigorous content and applications ◦ Internationally benchmarked ◦ Research- and evidence-based
  • 5.  Language strand ◦ Conventions of standard English ◦ Knowledge of language ◦ Vocabulary acquisition and use Aspects of language Standards ◦ Reading – writing – listening and speaking – language
  • 6. ◦ Math  8 standards of mathematical practice  Organization of content  Standards – clusters – domains  Aspects of Standards : focus - coherence
  • 7.  Intentional instruction Customized learning and multiple pathways Manageable number Greater pool of resources Increased collegiality Increase professionalism End of Carnegie unit More consistent, equitable learning experience
  • 8.  It’s a free country Accountability and assessment One size fits all
  • 9.  Curriculum support Strategic analysis Developing transition support documents

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