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Title: Mississippi Department of Education


1
Mississippi Department of
Education Common Core State
Standards Mathematics and
English/Language Arts Mississippi Educational
Technology Leaders Association Spring
Meeting May 5, 2011


2
What is the CCSS Initiative?
  • An initiative of the National Governors
    Association (NGA) and the Council of Chief State
    School Officers (CCSSO)
  • A significant and historic opportunity for states
    to collectively develop and adopt a core set of
    academic standards in Mathematics and
    English/Language Arts

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What are the Common Core State Standards (CCSS)?
  • Fewer, clearer, and higher
  • Aligned with college and work expectations
  • Rigorous content requiring higher-order thinking
    and application of knowledge
  • Evidence- and/or research-based
  • Internationally benchmarked

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CCSSO/NGA Process
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Sample from CCSS -Mathematics
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Common Core State Standards for Mathematics
  • Key design considerations
  • Individual grade levels in K-8
  • Solid foundation for grades K-5 in whole numbers,
    addition, subtraction, multiplication, division,
    fractions, and decimals
  • Solid foundation for grades 6-8 in geometry,
    algebra, and probability and statistics

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Mathematics Alignment Examples
  • CCSS Math 3rd grade
  • Page 23, 3.OA, 7
  • Fluently multiply and divide within 100.
  • Page 24, 3.NF, 3a
  • Understand two fractions as equivalent.
  • MS Math 4th grade
  • Competency 1 Objective i
  • Recall multiplication and division facts.
  • Competency 1 Objective f
  • Model and identify equivalent fractions.

Cont.
8
Mathematics Alignment Examples
  • CCSS Math 4th grade
  • Page 31, 4.MD, 3
  • Apply the area formula for rectangles in real
    world and mathematical problems.
  • MS Math 5th grade
  • Competency 4 Objective c
  • Use formula to estimate and calculate the area
    of a rectangle.

9
Alignment of CCSS for Math and MS Math Framework
  • Initial alignment study done in-house and
    additional study done by SEDL
  • Overall alignment is not good
  • -Many specifics in the CCSS are addressed in
    the MS Math Framework but at a lower
  • grade level(s)
  • -Several of the MS Math Framework
  • objectives are not mentioned in the
  • Common Core
  • CCSS for Math are more rigorous than the MS Math
    Framework

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Sample from CCSS English Language Arts
Reading Standards for Informational Text K-5
RI
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Common Core State Standards for English Language
Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies,
Science, and Technical Subjects
  • Key design considerations
  • Sections divided by Strands for K-5 and 6-12
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking and Listening
  • Language

12
ELA Alignment Examples
  • CCSS ELA 3rd grade
  • Page 14, RI, 1
  • Ask and answer questions to demonstrate
    understanding of a text, explicitly using the
    text as the basis for the answers.
  • MS ELA 3rd grade
  • Competency 2
  • Objective b, b1, b6
  • Analyze texts in order to identify, understand,
    infer, or synthesize information.
  • -answer and generate questions
  • -identify cause and effect as stated in text

Cont.
13
ELA Alignment Examples
  • CCSS ELA 3rd grade
  • Page 21, W, 5
  • With guidance and support from peers and adults,
    strengthen writing as needed by revising and
    editing.
  • MS ELA 3rd grade
  • Competency 3 Objective a
  • Use an appropriate composing process (e.g.,
    planning, drafting, revising, editing, and
    publishing/sharing) to compose or edit.

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Alignment of CCSS English Language Arts (ELA)
and MS ELA
  • Initial alignment study done in-house and
    additional study done by SEDL
  • Overall alignment is good
  • -Few specifics in the CCSS are not addressed
  • in the MS ELA Framework or not
    addressed
  • at the same grade level
  • -Many of the MS ELA Framework
  • objectives and sub-objectives are
    not
  • mentioned in the Common Core
  • Rigor is comparable

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Common Core State Standards
  • High School

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Common CoreHigh School Mathematics
  • CCSS Grade 8 is comparable to the current MS
    Algebra I course.
  • High school standards require students to
    practice applying mathematical ways of thinking
    to real world situations.

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Common CoreHigh School Mathematics
  • High school standards are listed in conceptual
    categories
  • -number and quantity
  • -algebra
  • -functions
  • -modeling
  • -geometry
  • -statistics and probability

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Common Core High School ELA
  • Individual grade levels for grades 6-8
  • Two-year grade band for grades 9-10
  • Two-year grade band for grades 11-12

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Common Core State Standards English Language Arts
  • Section for grades 6-12
  • Literacy standards in History/Social Studies,
    Science and Technical Subjects

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Race to the Top (RttT) Assessment Proposals
  • The Process
  • Proposals were due from multi-state consortia on
    June 23, 2010
  • Awards were made in September, 2010
  • New Consortia tests to replace current state NCLB
    tests in 2014-2015
  • Two Comprehensive Assessment Proposals Funded
  • Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for
    College and Careers (PARCC)
  • 26 states, 31 million students K-12
  • SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC)
  • 31 states, 21 million students K-12
  • Note 12 states currently in both and 6 states in
    neither

Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
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RttT Assessment Program Requirements
  • Build upon shared standards for college/career
    readiness
  • Measure individual growth as well as proficiency
  • Measure the extent each student is on track, at
    each grade level tested, toward college/career
    readiness by high school completion, and provide
    information that is useful in informing
  • Teaching, learning, and program improvement
  • Determinations of school effectiveness
  • Determinations of educator effectiveness for use
    in evaluations and provision of support to
    teachers/principals
  • Determinations of individual student
    college/career readiness, through high school
    exit decisions, college course placement into
    credit-bearing classes, and/or college entrance.

Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
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Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for
College and Careers (PARCC)
  • Received Race to the Top funds to help support
    states efforts to transition to the CCSS and
    assessments
  • Formed the Assessment Design and Development
    Committee
  • Established timeline
  • Met in Dec. 2010 to begin work on test
    specifications
  • Met in Feb. 2011 with content specialists and
    post-secondary reps

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Basic PARCC Timeline
  • 2010-2011 Development/approval of common
    policies/procedures
  • 2011-2012 Initial item and task development,
    piloting of components
  • 2011-2012 Development of PD resources
    online platform
  • 2012-2013 Field testing
  • 2013-2014 Field testing
  • 2014-2015 New summative assessments in use
  • Summer 2015 Setting of common achievement
    standards

Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
24
PARCC Two Types of
Summative Assessments
  • One to three tasks that assess a
  • few keystone standards/topics
  • Given at three points during the
  • school year, near the end of quarters
  • Results within 2 weeks to inform
  • instruction and intervention
  • Taken on computer, with mixed
  • item types
  • Scored entirely by computer for
  • fast results

Scores from both focused end-of-yr.
assessments will be combined for annual
accountability score.
Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
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PARCC Focused Assessments 1 and 2
  • In a single session/class period, students in
    grades 3 - 11 will
  • ELA Read texts, draw evidence to form
    conclusions, and prepare a written analysis
  • Math For each of 1 or 2 essential topics
    (standards or clusters of standards), complete 1
    to 3 constructed response tasks

Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
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PARCC Focused Assessment 3
  • Over several sessions/class periods, students
    will complete a project-like task that draws on a
    range of skills. Examples
  • ELA Locate digital information, evaluate
    and
  • select sources, and compose an
    essay or
  • research paper
  • Math Perform a multi-step performance task
  • that requires application of
    mathematical
  • skills and reasoning and may
    require
  • technological tools
  • Speaking/Listening task Conducted in
    classroom,
  • not used for accountability,
    scored by teacher.

Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
27
PARCC End-of-Year Assessment
  • Composed of 40 to 65 questions of a range of
    item types including innovative
    technology-enhanced items to sample the full year
    of standards
  • Scored by computer
  • Will make major investment in enhanced item types

Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
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PARCC Resources, Tools, Supports
  • Partnership Resource Center
  • Interactive Data Tool for accessing data and
    creating customized reports
  • Exemplar lesson plans
  • Formative assessment items and tasks
  • Professional development materials regarding
    test administration,
  • scoring, and use of data
  • Online practice tests
  • Item development portal
  • Tools and resources developed by Partner states
  • Optional ready-to-use performance tasks for
    K-2

Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
29
The PARCC System
English Language Arts and Mathematics, Grades 3 -
11
Center for K 12 Assessment Performance
Management at ETS
30
Status of MS Implementation
  • Working with the RESAs to provide sessions on
    CCSS for leadership teams followed by
    Train-the-Trainer sessions
  • Participating in training sessions offered by
    national organizations
  • Identifying available resources to assist
    districts/schools
  • Continuing relationship with PARCC Consortium and
    CCSSO to allow MS to benefit from collaboration
    with other states

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MDE Timeline for Review and Adoption
  • March Conducted alignment study of draft Common
    Core State Standards and MS frameworks
  • June Received SBE approval to begin APA
    Process
  • Aug. Received SBE approval (completed
    APA Process)
  • June-Oct. Conducted alignment study of final
    Common Core State Standards and MS
    frameworks
  • Nov.-Mar. Determining implementation and
    training options for 2011-12 and beyond

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Preferred Implementation Scenario
Development, Training, and Follow-up Activities
will occur

in parallel tracks across all years.
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Next Steps for MDE
  • Continue to meet with stakeholder groups (K-12
    and IHL) to
  • - review findings of the alignment study (DONE)
  • - develop a crosswalk (IN PROGRESS)
  • - determine 9-12 courses (IN PROGRESS)
  • Conduct regional awareness sessions webinars
    (DONE)
  • Plan work with the regional laboratories,
    technical assistance providers, and other groups
    (IN PROGRESS)
  • Format the CCSS to reflect the structure of the

    MS Curriculum Frameworks (TBD)
  • Revise/develop instructional materials (teaching
    strategies, resources, assessment aids) and
    offer training (TBD)
  • Determine which policies/procedures need
    adjustment (TBD)
  • Plan transition to new assessments (IN PROGRESS)
  • Continue working with PARCC to implement
    assessments (IN PROGRESS)

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What to expect from NGA and CCSSO
  • Developing an implementation guide
  • Meeting with textbook publishers
  • Developing example tasks, suggested texts,
    student samples (timeline TBD)
  • Planning to do work around birth to 5 year olds
    to have a seamless set of standards
  • Working on Science and Social Studies

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Proposed Training Sessions
  • April/May, 2011 Leadership Team Training on
    K-12 CCSS and Assessments
  • June/July , 2011 Training of District Trainers
    (K-2)
  • Fall, 2011 Training of District Trainers (3-5)
    Follow- up of K-2
  • Spring, 2012 Training of District Trainers (6-8)
    Follow up of 3-5 and K-2
  • Summer, 2012 Training of District Trainers (9-12)
    and Follow-up of all other grades

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Common Core Website List of Resources
  • Reaching Higher the Common Core State Standards
    Validation Committee
  • Summary of Public Feedback for K-12 Standards
  • Summary of Public Feedback for College and Career
    Readiness Standards
  • Common Core State Standards Webinar (PowerPoint
    presentation) June 30, 2010
  • PowerPoint-March 2010
  • Common Core State Standards Criteria

Cont.
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Common Core Website List of Resources
  • Common Core State Standards Considerations
  • Joint International Benchmarking Report
  • Key Points of the English Language Arts Standards
  • Key Points of the Math Standards 
  • Frequently Asked Questions 
  • Myths vs. Facts

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Common Core Website http//www.corestandards.org/
MDE Website www.mde.k12.ms.us (hot topics)
MDE Contact Information Rhonda Smith Mississippi
Department of Education Office of Curriculum and
Instruction commoncore_at_mde.k12.ms.us
601-359-2586
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