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  • www.commoncoreworks.org/domain/157
  • Slide 22-23 (1 min) total 41 min INTENT: Define “new literacies” and definition of “text” in the 21 st century. TALKING POINTS: Just about everything we READ, WRITE, SAY, HEAR, VIEW, CREATE is considered a text. We want all of our students to be literate for 21 st century success in multiple contexts: cross-culturally, cross-linguistically, in mixed gender groups, cross-generationally, and in real or virtual locations.
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min INTENT: To frame what college and career looks like in the 21 st century. TALKING POINTS: Slides 24-32 are an animated slide show to inspire teachers about 21 st century literacies and skills needed for college and career success.
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 26-34 (2 min) total 44 min
  • Slide 35-36 (3 min) total 47 min College and Career Readiness (CCR) 21 st Century Learning Learning and Innovation Skills Life and Career Skills Information Media and Technology Skills INTENT: To summarize 21 st century literacies. TALKING POINTS: Emphasize the 4 Cs, and their place in our curriculum and instruction, classrooms, resources/materials, and especially students ’ learning experiences.
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    • 1. San Jose Common Core Tech August 17, 2013
    • 2. Presentors • Sandi Yellenberg Science, Coordinator sandra_yellenberg@sccoe.org • Cecilio Dimas STEAM Director cecilio_dimas@sccoe.org Santa Clara County Office of Education San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 3. Common Core State Standards San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 4. What do you want to know about California’s Common Core Standards? (CCSS) • Please visit our virtual wall and share your questions. http://goo.gl/3upAQx (case sensitive) San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 5. What are the CCSS? • a clear set of shared goals and expectations for the knowledge and skills students need in English language arts and mathematics at each grade level • establish what students need to learn, but they do not dictate how teachers should teach. San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 6. History of CCSS • State-led effort • National Governors Association (NGA) • Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 7. Supporters of CCSS • National Governors Association (NGA) • Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) • National Association of State Boards of Education • Hunt Institute • Business Roundtable • College Board • Alliance for Excellent Education • National Parent Teacher Association • State Higher Education Executive Officers • American Association of School Administrators • Achieve, Inc  • ACT San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 8. Rationale for CCSS Ensure that our students are: Provided a vision of what it means to be an academically literate person in the 21st Century Meeting college and career expectations Prepared to succeed in our global economy San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 9. State that have adopted the Common Core Standards • http://www.corestandards.org/in-the-states San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 10. Benefits of CCSS • Internationally benchmarked • Evidence and research-based • Expectations clear to students, parents, teachers, and the general public • Costs to the state reduced San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 11. Measurement What’s in the CCSS English Math Language Ratios & Proportions Geometry Number Systems Algebra & Functions Statistics & Probability Reading & Writing in ALL Content Reading Writing Speaking & Listening San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 12. CCSS-Mathematics San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 13. CCSS Mathematical PracticesOVERARCHINGHABITSOFMIND 1.Makesenseofproblemsandperseverein solvingthem 6.Attendtoprecision REASONING AND EXPLAINING 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others MODELING AND USING TOOLS 4. Model with mathematics 5. Use appropriate tools strategically SEEING STRUCTURE AND GENERALIZING 7. Look for and make use of structure 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 14. Principles of ELA Standards • Demonstrate Independence • Build strong content knowledge • Respond to the varying demands of audience, talk, purpose & discipline • Comprehend as well as critique • Value evidence • Use technology and digital media • Come to understand other perspectives and cultures San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 15. What’s considered a “text” in the 21st Century? “New Literacies” Stories, memoirs, poetry, directions for cooking, research papers, lab reports, more lab reports, problem sets, equations, expressions, maps, email, text-messaging, video games, financial reports, manuals, tests/exams, opera, rap, advertisements, visual and motion media, charts, graphs, artwork, PowerPoints, speech. San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 16. New Literacies for the21st Century San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 17. 21st Century Thinkers will need to ... National Council of Teachers of English
    • 18. …develop proficiency with the tools of technology San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 19. …manage, analyze and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 20. build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 21. create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multi-media texts San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 22. create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multi-media texts E=MC 2 San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 23. create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multi-media texts 84/7 x 12.5 = 3y H1 H20 San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 24. …design and share information for global communities to meet a variety of purposes San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 25. 21st Century Literacy • New Literacies • Technology • Multimedia • Collaboration and Interdependence • Communication • Creative Thinking • Critical Problem Solving • Entrepreneurial Spirit “The 4 Cs” San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 26. Collaboration Communication Critical Thinking Creativity student student parents teachers community
    • 27. How can Technology Support Students and Teachers with CCSS? Take a moment to think about how you would answer this question, then turn to a neighbor and share you answers. Share highlights at: http://goo.gl/SPR5lM San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 28. What knowledge is needed for all this interaction happen? San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 29. Rigor and RelevanceRigor and Relevance My only skill is taking tests San Jose Common Core Tech
    • 30. R I G O R RELEVANCE AA BB DDCC Rigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework TeacherTeacher WorksWorks StudentStudent ThinksThinks Student ThinksStudent Thinks and Worksand Works StudentStudent WorksWorks High HighLow Low
    • 31. Rigor/Relevance with TechnologyRigor/Relevance with Technology HighLow
    • 32. Rigor/Relevance with TechnologyRigor/Relevance with Technology HighLow
    • 33. TOM TORLAKSON State Superintendent of Public Instruction Common Core Big Ideas Depth of Knowledge (DOKs) 33 Mathematics ELA/Literacy DOK3 DOK4 DOK3 DOK4 Current Assessments <2% 0% 20% 2% New SBAC Assessments 49% 21% 43% 25% Yuan & Le (2012); Herman & Linn (2013) from Linda Darling-Hammond, Assembly Hearing, 3.6.13
    • 34. Thank you! Questions • Sandi Yellenberg sandra_yellenberg@sccoe.org • Cecilio Dimas cecilio_dimas@sccoe.org San Jose Common Core Tech