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  • PSU Common Core Presentation

    1. 1. The Common Core Standards Bill CarozzaPrincipal, Harold Martin School Hopkinton, NH wcarozza@sau66.org
    2. 2. Standards
    3. 3. StandardsWhat are they?
    4. 4. StandardsWhat are they?Why do we have them?
    5. 5. StandardsWhat are they?Why do we have them?Where did they originate?
    6. 6. StandardsWhat are they?Why do we have them?Where did they originate?The parallel with the doctor’s physical in regards toassessing adherence to standards We don’t practice for our physical any more than we should practice directly for the state exam
    7. 7. History of Standards1983: Nation at Risk1988 Sen. Kennedy and Pres. Reagancollaborated on NAEP (nat. Assess. of Ed.Progress). State by state comparison. 1989 Pres. Bush pushed “voluntary nationalstandards” in core subjects, but it failed.80s and 90s-push from prof. org.
    8. 8. Professional Organizations and Standards
    9. 9. Professional Organizations and Standards MATH: NCTM Standards-1989-where it all began.
    10. 10. Professional Organizations and Standards MATH: NCTM Standards-1989-where it all began. SCIENCE: AAAS-Assn. for the Adv, of Science-Project 2061. NRC (National Research Council) published in 1996. NSTA-published document in 1995.
    11. 11. Professional Organizations and Standards MATH: NCTM Standards-1989-where it all began. SCIENCE: AAAS-Assn. for the Adv, of Science-Project 2061. NRC (National Research Council) published in 1996. NSTA-published document in 1995. SOCIAL STUDIES: History Standards Project in 1995. Controversy between history and social studies people. CIVICS: Center for Civic Education-1994. ECON: National Council on Econ. Ed.: 1997. GEOGRAPHY: 1994 from the Geog. Ed. Standards Project. SS-NCSS 1994
    12. 12. Professional Organizations and Standards MATH: NCTM Standards-1989-where it all began. SCIENCE: AAAS-Assn. for the Adv, of Science-Project 2061. NRC (National Research Council) published in 1996. NSTA-published document in 1995. SOCIAL STUDIES: History Standards Project in 1995. Controversy between history and social studies people. CIVICS: Center for Civic Education-1994. ECON: National Council on Econ. Ed.: 1997. GEOGRAPHY: 1994 from the Geog. Ed. Standards Project. SS-NCSS 1994 ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS: NCTE and IRA Standards in Oct. 1995
    13. 13. Professional Organizations and Standards MATH: NCTM Standards-1989-where it all began. SCIENCE: AAAS-Assn. for the Adv, of Science-Project 2061. NRC (National Research Council) published in 1996. NSTA-published document in 1995. SOCIAL STUDIES: History Standards Project in 1995. Controversy between history and social studies people. CIVICS: Center for Civic Education-1994. ECON: National Council on Econ. Ed.: 1997. GEOGRAPHY: 1994 from the Geog. Ed. Standards Project. SS-NCSS 1994 ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS: NCTE and IRA Standards in Oct. 1995 TECHNOLOGY: ISTE-2000
    14. 14. …continued
    15. 15. …continuedARTS: Consortium of National Arts Educ.Associations: 1994
    16. 16. …continuedARTS: Consortium of National Arts Educ.Associations: 1994FOREIGN LANGUAGES: American Council onthe Teaching of Foreign Languages 1996.
    17. 17. …continuedARTS: Consortium of National Arts Educ.Associations: 1994FOREIGN LANGUAGES: American Council onthe Teaching of Foreign Languages 1996.HEALTH: Joint Comm. On National HealthEducation Standards-1994
    18. 18. …continuedARTS: Consortium of National Arts Educ.Associations: 1994FOREIGN LANGUAGES: American Council onthe Teaching of Foreign Languages 1996.HEALTH: Joint Comm. On National HealthEducation Standards-1994P.E.: NASPE (Nat. Assn. for Sport and P.E.;1995
    19. 19. How Did the Common Core Standards Originate?
    20. 20. How Did the Common Core Standards Originate?Joint project of NGA (National Gov. Assn. and CCSSO(Council of Chief State School Officers)
    21. 21. How Did the Common Core Standards Originate?Joint project of NGA (National Gov. Assn. and CCSSO(Council of Chief State School Officers)Concern: disparities between states and more rigorneeded.
    22. 22. How Did the Common Core Standards Originate?Joint project of NGA (National Gov. Assn. and CCSSO(Council of Chief State School Officers)Concern: disparities between states and more rigorneeded.Truly a non-gov’t initiative
    23. 23. How Did the Common Core Standards Originate?Joint project of NGA (National Gov. Assn. and CCSSO(Council of Chief State School Officers)Concern: disparities between states and more rigorneeded.Truly a non-gov’t initiative46 States and D.C. have adopted
    24. 24. How Did the Common Core Standards Originate?Joint project of NGA (National Gov. Assn. and CCSSO(Council of Chief State School Officers)Concern: disparities between states and more rigorneeded.Truly a non-gov’t initiative46 States and D.C. have adoptedNot yet: AK, NE, TX, VA (MN just ELA)
    25. 25. How Did the Common Core Standards Originate?Joint project of NGA (National Gov. Assn. and CCSSO(Council of Chief State School Officers)Concern: disparities between states and more rigorneeded.Truly a non-gov’t initiative46 States and D.C. have adoptedNot yet: AK, NE, TX, VA (MN just ELA)Just ELA and Math K-12.
    26. 26. Goals of CCAre aligned with college and workexperience.Clear, understandable and consistentRigorous content-higher order thinking skillsBuilt upon strengths of top state and int’lstandardsEvidence based
    27. 27. Key Differences at the Core of CC
    28. 28. Key Differences at the Core of CCReading: meant to establish a “staircase” ofcomplexity so students are ready for collegeand career
    29. 29. Key Differences at the Core of CCReading: meant to establish a “staircase” ofcomplexity so students are ready for collegeand careerWriting: students should write logicalarguments based on sound reasoning andresearch (non-fiction focus)
    30. 30. Key Differences at the Core of CCReading: meant to establish a “staircase” ofcomplexity so students are ready for collegeand careerWriting: students should write logicalarguments based on sound reasoning andresearch (non-fiction focus)Speaking and Listening: gain, evaluate andpresent complex info-using tech
    31. 31. Key Differences at the Core of CC
    32. 32. Key Differences at the Core of CCMath K-5: foundation in whole numbers, fourfunctions, fractions and decimals. Proceduraland conceptual understanding
    33. 33. Key Differences at the Core of CCMath K-5: foundation in whole numbers, fourfunctions, fractions and decimals. Proceduraland conceptual understandingHS Math: Math ways of thinking to realworld issues and challenges
    34. 34. NEW PD Needed forTeachers-New Instruction CC focuses on authentic learning Need teachers to integrate problem solving, critical thinking Greater data literacy PLCs Emerging technology School calendar changes
    35. 35. Pause for Questions
    36. 36. AssessmentTwo companies funded by Fed dollars PARCC: Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers Smarter BalancedFully operational in 2014-15
    37. 37. What do the CC Standards actually look like? http://corestandards.org/
    38. 38. Pause for Questions
    39. 39. New teachers?Be familiar with the history of standardsKnow the structure of the CC in ELA/MathKnow what makes the CC importantinstructionally
    40. 40. CC and MeasuringTeacher EffectivenessTraditionally, schools have used a variety ofmethods: Walk-Throughs Formal Observations (pre and post...) Instructional Rounds
    41. 41. Perhaps Eval byAdherence by Standard?
    42. 42. Students with DisabilitiesUniversal Design for Learning Neuroscience-knowing that all brains learn differently. CC authors recognize UDL.
    43. 43. What’s Next?Development of other subject areasDevelopment of assessments in time for2014-15Slow changing of pedagogy and teachingstrategiesNH...still some legislative struggles
    44. 44. Pause for Questions
    45. 45. One Stop Source for Infohttp://www.diigo.com/user/wcarozza/commoncoreFeel free to contact me: wcarozza@sau66.org Harold Martin School: 603-746-3473 NHASCD.net, billcarozza.com

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