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  • 1. International Center for Leadership in EducationDr. Willard R. DaggettRigor and Relevance
  • 2. Rigor/Relevance - AllRigor/Relevance - AllWhyWhyDo We NeedDo We Needto Changeto ChangeSchools?Schools?WhatWhatNeeds toNeeds toBe Done?Be Done?HowHowDo We DoDo We DoIt?It?
  • 3. Rigor andRelevance forAll Students
  • 4. Rigor/RelevanceRigor/RelevanceFrameworkFramework
  • 5. AssimilationAssimilationof knowledgeof knowledgeAcquisitionAcquisitionof knowledgeof knowledgeThinkingThinkingContinuumContinuum
  • 6. 1.1. AwarenessAwareness2.2. ComprehensionComprehension3.3. ApplicationApplication4.4. AnalysisAnalysis5.5. SynthesisSynthesis6.6. EvaluationEvaluationKnowledge TaxonomyKnowledge Taxonomy
  • 7. AcquisitionAcquisitionof knowledgeof knowledgeApplicationApplicationof knowledgeof knowledgeAction ContinuumAction Continuum
  • 8. Application ModelApplication Model1.1. Knowledge in one disciplineKnowledge in one discipline2. Application within discipline2. Application within discipline3. Application across3. Application acrossdisciplinesdisciplines4. Application to real-world4. Application to real-worldpredictable situationspredictable situations5. Application to real-world5. Application to real-worldunpredictable situationsunpredictable situations
  • 9. 1 2 3 4 5ApplicationApplicationKnowledgeKnowledge123456Rigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework
  • 10. 1234561 2 3 4 5Rigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework
  • 11. 1234561 2 3 4 5ARigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework
  • 12. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework
  • 13. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework
  • 14. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BDCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework
  • 15. KNOWLEDGEA P P L I C A T I O NAA BBDDCCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework
  • 16. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BDCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework• Express probabilities as fractions,percents, or decimals.• Classify triangles according toangle size and/or length of sides.• Calculate volume of simple three-dimensional shapes.• Given the coordinates of aquadrilateral, plot the quadrilateralon a grid.• Analyze the graphs of theperimeters and areas of squareshaving different-length sides.• Determine the largest rectangulararea for a fixed perimeter.• Identify coordinates for orderedpairs that satisfy an algebraicrelation or function.• Determine and justify thesimilarity or congruence for twogeometric shapes.• Obtain historical data about localweather to predict the chance ofsnow, rain, or sun during year.• Test consumer products and illustratethe data graphically.• Plan a large school event andcalculate resources (food,decorations, etc.) you need toorganize and hold this event.• Make a scale drawing of theclassroom on grid paper, each groupusing a different scale.• Calculate percentages of advertising ina newspaper.• Tour the school building and identifyexamples of parallel and perpendicularlines, planes, and angles.• Determine the median and mode of realdata displayed in a histogram• Organize and display collected data,using appropriate tables, charts, orgraphs.
  • 17. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BDCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework• Analyze the graphs of theperimeters and areas of squareshaving different-length sides.• Determine the largest rectangulararea for a fixed perimeter.• Identify coordinates for orderedpairs that satisfy an algebraicrelation or function.• Determine and justify thesimilarity or congruence for twogeometric shapes.• Obtain historical data about localweather to predict the chance ofsnow, rain, or sun during year.• Test consumer products and illustratethe data graphically.• Plan a large school event andcalculate resources (food,decorations, etc.) you need toorganize and hold this event.• Make a scale drawing of theclassroom on grid paper, each groupusing a different scale.• Calculate percentages of advertising ina newspaper.• Tour the school building and identifyexamples of parallel and perpendicularlines, planes, and angles.• Determine the median and mode of realdata displayed in a histogram• Organize and display collected data,using appropriate tables, charts, orgraphs.• Express probabilities as fractions,percents, or decimals.• Classify triangles according to anglesize and/or length of sides.• Calculate volume of simple three-dimensional shapes.• Given the coordinates of aquadrilateral, plot the quadrilateral ona grid.
  • 18. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BDCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework• Express probabilities as fractions,percents, or decimals.• Classify triangles according toangle size and/or length of sides.• Calculate volume of simple three-dimensional shapes.• Given the coordinates of aquadrilateral, plot the quadrilateralon a grid.• Analyze the graphs of theperimeters and areas of squareshaving different-length sides.• Determine the largest rectangulararea for a fixed perimeter.• Identify coordinates for orderedpairs that satisfy an algebraicrelation or function.• Determine and justify thesimilarity or congruence for twogeometric shapes.• Obtain historical data about localweather to predict the chance ofsnow, rain, or sun during year.• Test consumer products and illustratethe data graphically.• Plan a large school event andcalculate resources (food,decorations, etc.) you need toorganize and hold this event.• Make a scale drawing of theclassroom on grid paper, each groupusing a different scale.• Calculate percentages ofadvertising in a newspaper.• Tour the school building andidentify examples of parallel andperpendicular lines, planes, andangles.• Determine the median and mode ofreal data displayed in a histogram• Organize and display collecteddata, using appropriate tables,charts, or graphs.
  • 19. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BDCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework• Express probabilities as fractions,percents, or decimals.• Classify triangles according toangle size and/or length of sides.• Calculate volume of simple three-dimensional shapes.• Given the coordinates of aquadrilateral, plot the quadrilateralon a grid.• Obtain historical data about localweather to predict the chance ofsnow, rain, or sun during year.• Test consumer products and illustratethe data graphically.• Plan a large school event andcalculate resources (food,decorations, etc.) you need toorganize and hold this event.• Make a scale drawing of theclassroom on grid paper, each groupusing a different scale.• Calculate percentages of advertising ina newspaper.• Tour the school building and identifyexamples of parallel and perpendicularlines, planes, and angles.• Determine the median and mode of realdata displayed in a histogram• Organize and display collected data,using appropriate tables, charts, orgraphs.• Analyze the graphs of the perimetersand areas of squares havingdifferent-length sides.• Determine the largest rectangulararea for a fixed perimeter.• Identify coordinates for ordered pairsthat satisfy an algebraic relation orfunction.• Determine and justify the similarity orcongruence for two geometricshapes.
  • 20. 1234561 2 3 4 5A BDCRigor/Relevance FrameworkRigor/Relevance Framework• Express probabilities as fractions,percents, or decimals.• Classify triangles according toangle size and/or length of sides.• Calculate volume of simple three-dimensional shapes.• Given the coordinates of aquadrilateral, plot the quadrilateralon a grid.• Analyze the graphs of theperimeters and areas of squareshaving different-length sides.• Determine the largest rectangulararea for a fixed perimeter.• Identify coordinates for orderedpairs that satisfy an algebraicrelation or function.• Determine and justify thesimilarity or congruence for twogeometric shapes.• Calculate percentages of advertising ina newspaper.• Tour the school building and identifyexamples of parallel and perpendicularlines, planes, and angles.• Determine the median and mode of realdata displayed in a histogram• Organize and display collected data,using appropriate tables, charts, orgraphs.• Obtain historical data about localweather to predict the chance ofsnow, rain, or sun during year.• Test consumer products andillustrate the data graphically.• Plan a large school event andcalculate resources (food,decorations, etc.) you need toorganize and hold this event.• Make a scale drawing of theclassroom on grid paper, eachgroup using a different scale.
  • 21. Knowledge TaxonomyVerb List
  • 22. StrategiesStrategies BrainstormingBrainstorming Cooperative LearningCooperative Learning DemonstrationDemonstration Guided PracticeGuided Practice InquiryInquiry InstructionalInstructionalTechnologyTechnology LectureLecture Note-taking/GraphicNote-taking/GraphicOrganizersOrganizersMemorizationMemorizationPresentations/ExhibitionsPresentations/ExhibitionsResearchResearchProblem-based LearningProblem-based LearningProject DesignProject DesignSimulation/Role-playingSimulation/Role-playingSocratic SeminarSocratic SeminarTeacher QuestionsTeacher QuestionsWork-based LearningWork-based Learning
  • 23. Selection ofSelection ofStrategiesStrategiesBased onBased onRigor/Rigor/RelevanceRelevanceFrameworkFramework
  • 24. Bloom’sAnalyze 4Synthesize 5Evaluate 6Apply 3Understand 2Aware 1
  • 25. Application Model1. Knowledge2.Apply within a discipline3.Apply between disciplines4.Apply to real-world predictable problems5.Apply to real-world unpredictable problems
  • 26. LevelsC DA B1 2 3 4 5456321Bloom’sApplication
  • 27. FCAT English LABenchmarks TestedHigh Medium LowGrade 3 10 7 34Grade 4 16 1 34Grade 5 10 7 34Grade 6 10 5 37Grade 7 10 5 37Grade 8 14 1 37Grade 9 14 1 37Grade 10 14 1 37
  • 28. To view your state’s sampleCurriculum Matrix charts pleasevisit our auxiliary website.www.daleicle.org/cm.htmLink on Sample State Charts
  • 29. FCAT MathematicsBenchmarks TestedHigh Medium LowGrade 3 30 0 4Grade 4 30 0 4Grade 5 33 0 1Grade 6 32 0 4Grade 7 33 0 3Grade 8 33 0 3Grade 9 30 0 6Grade 10 31 0 5
  • 30. Career and Technical EducationEnglish Language ArtsStandardsEnglish 1EXCERPTNationalRankStateTestAgProductionAgMechanicsAgServicesDraft-ingConstruc-tion• 1.1 The learner will apply PREPARATIONstrategies to comprehend or convey experiencesand information.E9E17E18E34H H H H H H• 1.2 The learner will apply ENGAGEMENTstrategies to comprehend or convey experiencesand information.E5E9E13E20E21L M M H M M• 1.3 The learner will apply RESPONSEstrategies to comprehend or convey experiencesand information.E9E13E18E24M M M H M MCompetency Goal 4: The learner will uselanguage for aesthetic and personal response.E20E31E34L L L M L L
  • 31. Arts EducationMathematicsStandards/Benchmarks4thGradeEXCERPTNationalRankStandardsTestVisualArtsDance Music Theater1.5 Explain different interpretations of fractions, forexample, parts of a whole, parts of a set, and division ofwhole numbers by whole numbers; explain equivalents offractions (see Standard 4.0).m19 H H H H H1.8 Use concepts of negative numbers (e.g., on a numberline, in counting, in temperature, in owing”).m1m19 H M L L L1.1 Use letters, boxes, or other symbols to stand for anynumber in simple expressions or equations (e.g.,demonstrate an understanding and the use of the concept of avariable).m7 M H H H H2.2 Know and understand that equals multiplied by equalsare equal.m3m11m35H M M M M
  • 32. Guiding Principles• Responsibility• Contemplation• Initiative• Perseverance• Optimism• Courage• Respect• Compassion• Adaptability• Honesty• Trustworthiness• Loyalty
  • 33. International Center forLeadership in Education, Inc.andSuccessful Practices NetworkPhone (518) 399-2776E-mail info@LeaderEd.comwww.LeaderEd.com