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Brief introduction to Standards Aligned Systems, developed by PA Dept of Ed.

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SAS, Brief Intro (K-2) SAS, Brief Intro (K-2) Presentation Transcript

  • Standards Aligned Systems: an introduction M a rch 2010
  • What is SAS? Collaborative Project Provides common framework Goal = Continuous School Enhancement
  • 6 Elements
  • Clear Standards What students should know or be able to do Increase in complexity as student goes through school
  • Clear Standards Assessment Anchor: Standards that are assessed on PSSAS Eligible Content: Identifies how deeply an Anchor should be covered
  • Fair Assessments Used before, during, and after instruction Purposes: inform teaching, learn about student achievement
  • Fair Assessments 4 Types Summative: end of instruction (PSSA) Formative: during instruction for feedback (observations) Benchmark: how student is progressing toward proficiency on grade level (4-Sight) Diagnostic: prior to instruction, find student strengths, weaknesses, knowledge, skills (DRA)
  • Curriculum Framework Specifies what is to be taught for each subject Includes: Big Ideas: transcend grade levels Concepts: key knowledge specific to grade level Competencies: what students should be able to do, specific to grade level Essential Question: link to the Big Ideas
  • Instruction Topics that align with the standards. Ensure right level of challenge. Focus teaching based on needs of each student. Implementing strategies to increase student achievement.
  • Materials & Resources Voluntary Model Curriculum included Units, lesson plans, content resources all aligned to standards. Math, Science, Social Studies, Reading- Writing-Listening-Speaking
  • Interventions Supports and safety nets for specific student needs
  • Tools For Teachers My ePortfolio: organize digital resources My Website: website builder Assessment Creator: created standards-based assessments
  • Putting SAS to the Test Topic: K-2 Geometry
  • K-2 Geometry Standards* *This revision of standards is still waiting for the adoption phase.
  • Vertical Viewer K-3 Geometry
  • Peek into Their Future 3-8 Geometry Standards
  • Search Standards by Keyword
  • Options within Standards
  • Curriculum Framework
  • Instruction Tab Coming Soon, videos modeling strategies
  • Materials & Resources
  • Interventions
  • Want to try it out? http://pdesas.org
  • Images Slide 2: www.flickr.com/photos/lumaxart/2137737248/ Slide 4: www.flickr.com/photos/mr_mum1968/396209370/ Slide 5: flickr.com/photos/8068581@N02/1497583360 Slide 9: flickr.com/photos/piper/46059383/ Slide 11: www.flickr.com/photo.gne?id=3143079032