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Common Core Implementation in
the Classroom
You know you are in
trouble when…..
You are standing in front of the
class and lecturing over 40% of the
class time
Students are not engaged
during guided practice or
no guided practice.
The chairs are in a straight
row.
The overhead projector / smart board
is your main presentation mode (only
one learning style is addressed).
The lesson is not student
oriented (less teacher talk)
One word answer
is the standard
mode of student
response
No problems are being
solved
No vocabulary
introduced/integrated
No products or evidence are
apparent to indicate that
students have learned the
concept.
Only pencil and paper
assessments are used.
Levels of questions
are on the knowledge
level (over 15%)
No application to real life
situations to the concept or
skill being taught.
No essential question
demonstrated/known to the teacher
or to the students or to the observer.
No comprehension skills
demonstrated in content areas
(science-social studies)
The ELA content
used is over
50% fiction
No linkage of the
skills/content to other
grades, academic disciplines
The textbook guides what is
being taught (beginning of
the book to the end-taught
sequentially)
No use of themes in the
texts/lessons
Not teaching the identified skills
outlined from the Standard
Course of Study
Not doing cumulative review daily
When basic mathematical
practices are not
implemented
When writing is not taking
place in all classrooms
When students are not working
collaboratively to reach a
goal/answer an essential question
When technology is not being
integrated across the disciplines
WHEN YOU ARE
NOT AWARE OF
THE NEW
STANDARDS!!
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Common Core Implementation in the Classroom 1

  1. 1. Common Core Implementation in the Classroom
  2. 2. You know you are in trouble when…..
  3. 3. You are standing in front of the class and lecturing over 40% of the class time
  4. 4. Students are not engaged during guided practice or no guided practice.
  5. 5. The chairs are in a straight row.
  6. 6. The overhead projector / smart board is your main presentation mode (only one learning style is addressed).
  7. 7. The lesson is not student oriented (less teacher talk)
  8. 8. One word answer is the standard mode of student response
  9. 9. No problems are being solved
  10. 10. No vocabulary introduced/integrated
  11. 11. No products or evidence are apparent to indicate that students have learned the concept.
  12. 12. Only pencil and paper assessments are used.
  13. 13. Levels of questions are on the knowledge level (over 15%)
  14. 14. No application to real life situations to the concept or skill being taught.
  15. 15. No essential question demonstrated/known to the teacher or to the students or to the observer.
  16. 16. No comprehension skills demonstrated in content areas (science-social studies)
  17. 17. The ELA content used is over 50% fiction
  18. 18. No linkage of the skills/content to other grades, academic disciplines
  19. 19. The textbook guides what is being taught (beginning of the book to the end-taught sequentially)
  20. 20. No use of themes in the texts/lessons
  21. 21. Not teaching the identified skills outlined from the Standard Course of Study
  22. 22. Not doing cumulative review daily
  23. 23. When basic mathematical practices are not implemented
  24. 24. When writing is not taking place in all classrooms
  25. 25. When students are not working collaboratively to reach a goal/answer an essential question
  26. 26. When technology is not being integrated across the disciplines
  27. 27. WHEN YOU ARE NOT AWARE OF THE NEW STANDARDS!!

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