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Common Core State Standards (CCSS)for Indiana

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- Bob Trammel
- robertwtrammel_at_msn.com

Introductions and Welcome

A Few Things to Start With!

- Cell Phones Off Please
- Be an Active Participant!
- This is your workshop not mine!
- Lets start with a quick introduction and warm

welcome.

Ice Breaker Activity

- On the back of your agenda ..
- Write 4 simple statements about yourself. Make 3

of them true and 1 of them false in random order. - Dont make the statements too complicated.
- Keep these hidden please.
- In a couple of minutes we will have some fun.

Bobs 4 Statements

- See if you can pick the false statement from

the below list! - I ride a Harley motorcycle for fun.
- Im a graduate of Notre Dame.
- I played on my high school basketball team.
- I have taught elementary school.

Our Goals and Expectations

- Learn all the information that I can about the

Common Core State Standards. (CCSS) - Learn about Standards for Mathematical Practice.

(SMP) - Learn about Standards for Mathematical Content.

(SMC) - Learn how to correctly implement SMP and SMC

together for school year 2011-12.

Handouts for Today

- Ind. Academic Standards(IAS) Grades 6, 7,

8, Alg I - Transition for 2011-12 Grades 6, 7, 8
- Common Core State Standards Grades 6, 7, 8,

Alg I

Rationale Behind CCSS

- NCLB has some holes in this federal legislation.
- Equity issue from state to state.
- Funding problems.
- Special needs students and ELL students.
- States were mandated to make substantial

educational changes on their own. - States can no longer set educational standards

and expectations independently! - We need to better-prepare our students for the

future.

An Example of an Equity Issue.

- MEAP Grade 8 Math
- 2009
- 35 MC Items

MEAP (Michigan Education Assessment Program)

- Functional Independence Grade 8 Mathematics
- Released Item Booklet.
- What is the rule for the pattern below?
- 4, 8, 12, 16,_____
- A add 2
- B add 1
- C add 4

MEAP (Michigan Education Assessment Program)

- Functional Independence Grade 8 Mathematics
- Released Item Booklet.
- Use the coins below to answer question 33.
- How much money is shown?
- A 27
- B 37
- C 47

Whos Behind CCSS Initiative?

- NGA (National Governors Association)
- CCSSO (Council of Chief State School Officers)

How are we going to assess these Common Core

State Standards (CCSS)?

- PARCC
- Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for

College and Careers - CTB Mc Graw-Hill Out
- 25 states involved in these assessments
- Move to better prepare our students for the

future..let be college let be work.

ACHIEVE

Time to do Some Research

- Google .PARCC
- Working in pairs or solo!
- Report findings in about 20 minutes!
- Math Works
- Common Concerns

How is this stuff (CCSS) going to roll-in?

School Year 2011-12

School Year 2011-12CCSS (Common Core State

Standards)

- Kindergarten will implement the CCSS first.
- All other grades will teach the IAS (Indiana

Academic Standards) and sample a few CCSS at

grade level. - ISTEP Testing and ECA Testing will measure ONLY

IAS spring 2012.

See Next Slide

Transition Handout Grades 6-7-8Not Algebra I

Transitioning from the Indiana Academic

Standards (IAS) to the Common Core State

Standards (CCSS) Assessment Guidance

Grade 6 Transition Handout

- Check List of Indicators for ISTEP for Spring

2012

- Expectations of CCSS for 2011-12 (see next

slide)

CCSS Expectations for Grade 6 (2011-12)

- Grade 6
- The following content is essential for building

the foundational skills required in the CCSS.

Mastery of this content is critical to avoid gaps

in student learning. In addition, a focus on the

Mathematical Practices is imperative to ensure

student success. - 1. Understand the concept of a unit rate a/b

associated with a ratio ab with b ? 0, and use

rate language in the context of a ratio

relationship. For example, This recipe has a

ratio of 3 cups of flour to 4 cups of sugar, so

there is 3/4 cup of flour for each cup of sugar.

We paid 75 for 15 hamburgers, which is a rate

of 5 per hamburger. (CCSS 6.RP.2) Note this is

an extension of IAS 6.2.6. - 2. Solve unit rate problems including those

involving unit pricing and constant speed. For

example, if it took 7 hours to mow 4 lawns, then

at that rate, how many lawns could be mowed in 35

hours? At what rate were lawns being mowed? (CCSS

6.RP.3b) - 3. Solve problems involving finding the whole,

given a part and the percent. (CCSS 6.RP.3c)

Note This extends IAS 6.2.8. - 4. Use ratio reasoning to convert measurement

units manipulate and transform units

appropriately when multiplying or dividing

quantities. (CCSS 6.RP.3d)

CCSS Expectations for Grade 7 (2011-12)

- Grade 7
- The following content is essential for building

the foundational skills required in the CCSS.

Mastery - of this content is critical to avoid gaps in

student learning. In addition, a focus on the

Mathematical Practices is imperative to ensure

student success. - 1. Compute unit rates associated with ratios of

fractions, including ratios of lengths, areas and

other quantities measured in like or different

units. For example, if a person walks 1/2 mile in

each 1/4 hour, compute the unit rate as the

complex fraction 1/2/1/4 miles per hour,

equivalently 2 miles per hour. (CCSS 7.RP.1) - 2. Recognize and represent proportional

relationships between quantities. (CCSS 7.RP.2) - Decide whether two quantities are in a

proportional relationship, e.g., by testing for

equivalent ratios in a table or graphing on a

coordinate plane and observing whether the graph

is a straight line through the origin. (CCSS

7.RP.2a) - Identify the constant of proportionality (unit

rate) in tables, graphs, equations, diagrams, and

verbal descriptions of proportional

relationships. (CCSS 7.RP.2b) - Represent proportional relationships by

equations. For example, if total cost t is

proportional to the number n of items purchased

at a constant price p, the relationship between

the total cost and the number of items can be

expressed as t pn. (CCSS 7.RP.2c) - Explain what a point (x, y) on the graph of a

proportional relationship means in terms of the

situation, with special attention to the points

(0, 0) and (1, r) where r is the unit rate. (CCSS

7.RP.2d)

CCSS Expectations for Grade 8 (2011-12)

- Grade 8
- The following content is essential for building

the foundational skills required in the CCSS.

Mastery of this content is critical to avoid

gaps in student learning. In addition, a focus on

the Mathematical Practices is imperative to

ensure student success. - 1. Graph proportional relationships,

interpreting the unit rate as the slope of the

graph. Compare two different proportional

relationships represented in different ways. For

example, compare a distance-time graph to a

distance-time equation to determine which of two

moving objects has greater speed. (CCSS 8.EE.5)

Note This extends IAS 8.3.5, 8.3.6, 8.3.7. - 2. Solve linear equations in one variable. (CCSS

8.EE.7) - Give examples of linear equations in one

variable with one solution, infinitely many

solutions, or no solutions. Show which of these

possibilities is the case by successively

transforming the given equation into simpler

forms until an equivalent equation of the form x

a, a a, or a b results (where a and b are

different numbers). (CCSS 8.EE.7a) Note This

extends IAS 8.3.1. - 3. Compare properties of two functions each

represented in a different way (algebraically,

graphically, numerically in tables, or by verbal

descriptions). (CCSS 8.F.2) For example, given a

linear function represented by a table of values

and a linear function represented by an algebraic

expression, determine which function has the

greater rate of change. Note This is an

extension of IAS 8.3.8.

Time to Process InformationGrades 6-7-8 School

Yr 2011-12

- Examine grade level CCSS expectations at grades

6-7-8 math. - Are these CCSS new????
- When will you implement these CCSS?
- Algebra I teachersare you left out?
- Report Out

15 minutes

School Year 2012-13

School Year 2012-13CCSS (Common Core State

Standards)

- Kindergarten will implement the CCSS for the

second year and grade 1 for the first year. - All other grades will teach the IAS (Indiana

Academic Standards) and sample a few CCSS at

grade level. - ISTEP Testing and ECA Testing will measure IAS

and PILOT specific CCSS items for Spring 2013.

New transitions document from the IDOE.

School Year 2013-14 (Common Core State Standards)

- Kindergarten will implement the CCSS for the

third year, grade 1 for the second year, and

grade 2 for the first year. - All other grades will teach the IAS (Indiana

Academic Standards) and sample a few CCSS at

grade level. - ISTEP Testing and ECA Testing will measure IAS

and PiLOT specific CCSS items spring 2014. New

transitions documents form IDOE.

School Year 2014-15

School Year 2014-15 (Common Core State Standards)

- CCSS fully implemented at this time.
- New PARCC Assessments (Partnership for Assessment

of Readiness for College and Careers) will be

administered at grades 3-HS) - These PARCC assessments will be done on

computers. - Probably three or four times during the year.
- New cut-scores from the input of 25 states.

This was a quick overview of CCSS.

- Questions..I know you have lots of them!!

Break Time 10 Minutes

Lets Get Started on This Adventure!

- First computers website
- www.corestandards.org
- Common Core State Standards
- gtgt Mathematics
- Domain-Cluster-Standards
- Standards for Mathematical Practices (SMP)

Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

doe.in.gov/commoncore

Check Out Making the Transition to the Common

Core State Standards 6 Implementing the

Standards for Mathematical Practice Zach

FoughtySecondary Mathematics Specialist

zfoughty_at_doe.in.gov

Common Core State Standards (CCSS)

Handout

INDIANA COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS GRADE 6

MATHEMATICS

INDIANA COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS GRADE 7

MATHEMATICS

INDIANA COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS GRADE 8

MATHEMATICS

INDIANA COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ALGEBRA I

Structure of the Common Core State

StandardsSecondary Mathematics (DOMAINS)

Grade 8

Algebra I

A Algebra

RP Ratios and Proportional

Relationships

F FUNCTIONS

N Number Quantity

NS The Number System

Domains

F Functions

EE Expressions and Equations

S Stats and Prob

G Geometry

Conceptual Categories

SP Stats and Probability

Standards for Mathematical Practice (SMP)

- 1. Make sense of problems and persevere in

solving them. - 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
- 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the

reasoning of others. - 4. Model with mathematics.
- 5. Use appropriate tools strategically.
- 6. Attend to precision.
- 7. Look for and make use of structure.
- 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated

reasoning.

Jigsaw Activity(Flipchart Paper

Markers)

www.corestandards.org Page 6

- 1. Make sense of problems and persevere in

solving them. - 6. Attend to precision.
- 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively.
- 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the

reasoning of - others.
- 4. Model with mathematics.
- 5. Use appropriate tools strategically.
- 7. Look for and make use of structure.
- 8. Look for and express regularity in repeated

reasoning.

G. 1

G. 2

G. 3

G. 4

Details of Jigsaw Activity

- Each group is assigned specific CCSS by grade

level. (6-7-8-Alg) - For each mathematical practice assigned to your

group, give an example to illustrate the

practice. There should be 4 examples for each

group.one for each grade level. - Read the description of each practice first!!
- Chart examples on flip chart paper.
- We will debrief charts in 30 minutes.

Poster Talk

1115 until 1145 a.m.Grades 6-7-8

BrowsingAlgebra I Teachers with Me

- Browsing Common Core State Standards Stuff
- Get into Grade Level Groups
- Go To
- www.doe.in.gov/commoncore/
- - Hit the Link for Inside Mathematics
- Algebra I teachers

breakout groupAlgebra I redefined!!

Next Steps

- How do SMP and SMC connect?
- How will the Common Core State Standards be

assessed? - How do I find appropriate resources?
- How will teaching change?
- How will learning change?
- Look at the Arizona Department of Education.