COMMON
COREis about common practice
The
(image of “3”)A practical,
informal,
classroom-ready
approach that
incorporates a
wide range of
best-practices
sessions
co...
Common Core
Non-fiction writing
Research model
Argumentation
Information literacy
“It is easier to act your
way into a new way of
thinking than it is to think
your way into a new way
of acting.”
-Burchell...
Why?
Essential Question
“Should textbooks drive
curriculum in the social
studies classroom?”
opinion
experience
read
discuss
argue
research
How
do you know?
protocol
The
in six steps:
10 minutes
Silently & independently
process the content of your
resources. Read, annotate,
mark-up, think.
step
1
20 minutes
Structure your team’s
argument and strategy/
approach for a “mini
debate.”
step
2
Essential Question
“Should textbooks drive
curriculum in the social
studies classroom?”
5 minutes
Each group, in turn,
presents their side of the
argument.
step
3
? minutes
Informal, back and forth,
free form argument &
discussion.
step
4
next steps
Follow-up research &
argumentation using search
and The Incubator @ NKCS.
step
5
http://bit.ly/
curriculumcamp
CRAP TEST
The
Currency
How recent is the information?
How recently has the website been
updated?
Is it current enough for your topic?
reliability
What kind of information is included in
the resource?
Is the content of the resource primarily
opinion, is it ...
authority
Who is the creator or author?
What are the credentials?
Who is the publisher or sponsor?
What is the publisher’s...
purpose/
point of view
Is this fact or opinion?
Is the creator/author trying to sell you
something?
Is it biased?
PEER
REVIEW
The
process
25 Minutes
Follow-up by evaluating
your chosen resource and
conducting a final database
search.
SESSION
6
WHAT?
Ten minutes worth of:
habits of mind
the protocol
teacher role
modificationssupport needed?
engagement
implications
...
debrief process
step
5
next slide, please…
TASK
The
through three lenses.
Information
Literacy
Argument
Research
argumentFrom evidence...
SYNERGY ACROSS STANDARDS
MATH SCIENCE
ELA
M1. Make sense of 	

problems and persevere 	

in solving them.	

M6.Attend to p...
Common Core
Non-fiction writing
Research model
Argumentation
Information literacy
http://bit.ly/
fromdayone
COMMON
COREis about common practice
The
The End.
THANKS
“Three” by Grant Hutchinson on Flickr.
“Parasol” by HKmPUA on Flickr.
“Stormy Weather” by JD Hancock on Flickr.
Supporting Slides...
Essential Question
“Should textbooks drive
curriculum in the social
studies classroom ?”
AASL’s standards for 21st century learners:
“The definition of information literacy has become more complex as
resources an...
Did our protocol help you develop
the habits of mind addressed in this
definition?
opinion
experience
read
discuss
argue
*research
Session One
Blueprint:
*RESearch
*DEVelop argument
*write
analyze
evaluate
research
Session Two
Blueprint:
*REsearch
*refine argument
*write
*reflect
synthesize
evaluate
Session Three
Blueprint:
PROTOCOL DRAFT:
• randomly-selected, grouped as “for vs. against”	

• 60-90 min.	

• 10 min. silently process content of r...
The "Common Core" is about "Common Practice"
The "Common Core" is about "Common Practice"
The "Common Core" is about "Common Practice"
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  1. 1. COMMON COREis about common practice The
  2. 2. (image of “3”)A practical, informal, classroom-ready approach that incorporates a wide range of best-practices sessions comprising
  3. 3. Common Core Non-fiction writing Research model Argumentation Information literacy
  4. 4. “It is easier to act your way into a new way of thinking than it is to think your way into a new way of acting.” -Burchell & Robin, The Great Workplace
  5. 5. Why?
  6. 6. Essential Question “Should textbooks drive curriculum in the social studies classroom?”
  7. 7. opinion experience read discuss argue research How do you know?
  8. 8. protocol The in six steps:
  9. 9. 10 minutes Silently & independently process the content of your resources. Read, annotate, mark-up, think. step 1
  10. 10. 20 minutes Structure your team’s argument and strategy/ approach for a “mini debate.” step 2
  11. 11. Essential Question “Should textbooks drive curriculum in the social studies classroom?”
  12. 12. 5 minutes Each group, in turn, presents their side of the argument. step 3
  13. 13. ? minutes Informal, back and forth, free form argument & discussion. step 4
  14. 14. next steps Follow-up research & argumentation using search and The Incubator @ NKCS. step 5
  15. 15. http://bit.ly/ curriculumcamp
  16. 16. CRAP TEST The
  17. 17. Currency How recent is the information? How recently has the website been updated? Is it current enough for your topic?
  18. 18. reliability What kind of information is included in the resource? Is the content of the resource primarily opinion, is it balanced? Does the creator provide references or sources for data or quotations?
  19. 19. authority Who is the creator or author? What are the credentials? Who is the publisher or sponsor? What is the publisher’s interest in this information?
  20. 20. purpose/ point of view Is this fact or opinion? Is the creator/author trying to sell you something? Is it biased?
  21. 21. PEER REVIEW The process
  22. 22. 25 Minutes Follow-up by evaluating your chosen resource and conducting a final database search. SESSION 6
  23. 23. WHAT? Ten minutes worth of: habits of mind the protocol teacher role modificationssupport needed? engagement implications of the standards content areas?choice
  24. 24. debrief process step 5 next slide, please…
  25. 25. TASK The through three lenses.
  26. 26. Information Literacy Argument Research
  27. 27. argumentFrom evidence...
  28. 28. SYNERGY ACROSS STANDARDS MATH SCIENCE ELA M1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. M6.Attend to precision M7. Look for and make use of structure. M8. Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning M2. Reason abstractly & quantitatively S1.Ask questions & define problems S3. Plan & carry out investigations S4.Analyze & interpret data S6. Construct explanations & design solutions E1. Demonstrate independence in reading complex texts, & writing & speaking about them E7. Come to understand other perspectives & cultures through reading, listening, & collaborations ! E2. Build a strong base of knowledge through content rich texts E5. Read, write, and speak grounded in evidence M3 & E4. Construct viable arguments & critique reasoning of others S7. Engage in argument from evidence ! S2. Develop & use models M4. Model with mathematics S5. Use mathematics and computational thinking ! S8. Obtain, evaluate & communicate information E3. Obtain, synthesize & report findings clearly & effectively in response to task ! E6. Use technology & digital media strategically & capably M5. Use appropriate tools strategically !
  29. 29. Common Core Non-fiction writing Research model Argumentation Information literacy
  30. 30. http://bit.ly/ fromdayone
  31. 31. COMMON COREis about common practice The
  32. 32. The End.
  33. 33. THANKS “Three” by Grant Hutchinson on Flickr. “Parasol” by HKmPUA on Flickr. “Stormy Weather” by JD Hancock on Flickr.
  34. 34. Supporting Slides...
  35. 35. Essential Question “Should textbooks drive curriculum in the social studies classroom ?”
  36. 36. AASL’s standards for 21st century learners: “The definition of information literacy has become more complex as resources and technologies have changed. Information literacy has progressed from the simple definition of using reference resources to find information. Multiple literacies, including digital, visual, textual, and technological, have now joined information literacy as crucial skills for this century.The continuing expansion of information demands that all individuals acquire the thinking skills that will enable them to learn on their own. The amount of information available to our learners necessitates that each individual acquire the skills to select, evaluate, and use information appropriately and effectively.” ~AASL’s Standards for 21st Century Learners
  37. 37. Did our protocol help you develop the habits of mind addressed in this definition?
  38. 38. opinion experience read discuss argue *research Session One Blueprint:
  39. 39. *RESearch *DEVelop argument *write analyze evaluate research Session Two Blueprint:
  40. 40. *REsearch *refine argument *write *reflect synthesize evaluate Session Three Blueprint:
  41. 41. PROTOCOL DRAFT: • randomly-selected, grouped as “for vs. against” • 60-90 min. • 10 min. silently process content of resource (read, highlight, note, etc. - mark-up) • 20 min. each team structures their argument and strategy/approach to “mini debate” • 5 min. for each group to present their side • 5-20 min. for back and forth argument • Jaime leads debrief of process (to be finished on site in a Google Form using a closure protocol) • Sean introduces asynchronous follow-up argumentation via Digital Express. protocols will be pre-constructed in a thread on DE.

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