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Title: Common Core State Standards in Mathematics Webinar Series


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Common Core State Standards in Mathematics
Webinar Series Part One
Office of Superintendent of Public
Instruction Randy I. Dorn, State Superintendent
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Agenda for todays webinar
  • Overview of Common Core State Standards
    Initiative
  • Introduction to Smarter Balanced Assessment
    Consortium
  • In-depth look at the Common Core State Standards
    in Mathematics
  • Transition documents and available resources
  • Next steps

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About You
  • Wed like to know a little about who is out
    there.
  • Time for a poll.

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Washingtons Vision for Education
  • Every Washington public school student will
    graduate from high school globally competitive
    for work and postsecondary education and prepared
    for life in the 21st century.

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Our Learning Goals as a Strong Foundation
  1. Read with comprehension, write effectively, and
    communicate successfully in a variety of ways and
    settings and with a variety of audiences
  2. Know and apply the core concepts and principles
    of mathematics social, physical, and life
    sciences civics and history, including different
    cultures and participation in representative
    government geography arts and health and
    fitness
  3. Think analytically, logically, and creatively,
    and to integrate technology literacy and fluency
    as well as different experiences and knowledge to
    form reasoned judgments and solve problems and
  4. Understand the importance of work and finance and
    how performance, effort, and decisions directly
    affect future career and educational
    opportunities.(Updated in 2011 SSB 5392)

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Common Core State Standards
  • describe the knowledge and skills in English
    language arts and mathematics that students will
    need when they graduate, whatever their choice of
    college or career.
  • are based on the best national and international
    standards, giving our students a competitive
    advantage in the global economy.

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Adoption of CCSS by over 40 States
The standards were developed by educators
nationwide through a process led by the Council
of Chief State School Officers and the National
Governors Association.
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Common Core Implementation Timeline
2010- 11 2011- 12 2012- 13 2013-14 2014- 15
Phase 1 Awareness and Understanding, Alignment, and Adoption
Phase 2 Build Statewide Capacity, Collaboratively Develop and Align Resources and Materials
Phase 3 Classroom Transitions
Phase 4 Statewide Implementation through the Assessment System
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The Case for Common Core (CCSS)
  • Clarity The standards are focused on the most
    critical skills needed for college and career
    readiness.
  • Cost-effective States are pooling resources
    and expertise to implement the standards.
  • Student success Students will develop the
    knowledge and skills they need to be successful.
  • Standard from state to state Expectations are
    the same for students across most states, so they
    dont lose ground when they move from one state
    to another.

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We believe this can only occur through
  • Collaboration
  • Coordination
  • Commitment
  • From the school house to the
  • state house

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Reflection (as a team or individually)
  • What type of professional development have you
    experienced in the past that has given you the
    most powerful tools for improving instruction,
    implementing new programs, or gaining content or
    pedagogical knowledge?

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Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
Office of Superintendent of Public
Instruction Randy I. Dorn, State Superintendent
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What about assessment?SMARTER Balanced
Assessment Consortium (SBAC)
44 states participating in assessment consortia
  • The SBAC goal
  • To develop a set of comprehensive and innovative
    assessments for grades 3-8 and high school in
    English language arts and mathematics aligned to
    the Common Core State Standards.
  • So that all students leave high school prepared
    for postsecondary success in college or a career
    through increased student learning and improved
    teaching.
  • The assessments shall be operational across
    Consortium states in the 2014-15 school year.
  • To learn more...the SMARTER Balanced Assessment
    Consortium can be found online at
    http//www.k12.wa.us/SMARTER/

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SBAC Assessment System Components
Summative assessments benchmarked to college and
career readiness
Common Core State Standards specify K-12
expectations for college and career readiness
Teachers can access formative processes and tools
to improve instruction
All students leave high school college and
career ready
Interim assessments that are flexible, open, and
provide actionable feedback
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System Highlights
English Language Arts and Mathematics, Grades 38
and High School
BEGINNING OF YEAR
END OF YEAR
Last 12 weeks of year
DIGITAL CLEARINGHOUSE of formative tools,
processes and exemplars released items and
tasks model curriculum units educator training
professional development tools and resources
scorer training modules and teacher
collaboration tools.
INTERIM ASSESSMENT
INTERIM ASSESSMENT
Computer Adaptive Assessment and Performance Tasks
Computer Adaptive Assessment and Performance Tasks
  • PERFORMANCE
  • TASKS
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Math

END OF YEAR ADAPTIVE ASSESSMENT
Scope, sequence, number, and timing of interim
assessments locally determined
Re-take option
Optional Interim assessment system
Summative assessment for accountability
Time windows may be adjusted based on results
from the research agenda and final implementation
decisions.
Source http//www.ets.org
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SBAC Timeline
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Common Core State Standards The Big Ideas in MATH
Office of Superintendent of Public
Instruction Randy I. Dorn, State Superintendent
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Major Shifts within Mathematics CCSS
  • Focus
  • Fewer big ideas --- learn more
  • Learning of concepts is emphasized
  • Coherence
  • Articulated progressions of topics and
    performances that are developmental and connected
    to other progressions
  • Application
  • Being able to apply concepts and skills to new
    situations

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CCSS Design and Organization
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Structural ComparisonWA Standards vs. CCSS
Mathematics
WA Mathematics Standards Common Core State Standards
Presentation of Standards Grade K-8, high school standards presented in traditional and integrated pathways. Grades K-8, high school standards presented through six mathematical domains including specially noted STEM standards - denoted by () symbols.
Organization Grade-level standards are broken into core content areas, additional key content, and mathematical processes. Grade-level standards are broken into clusters of learning under several domains and all have Standards for Mathematical Practice.
Examples Standards are accompanied by explanatory comments and examples. Standards have occasional examples in italics.
For full comparison informational handout go to
http//k12.wa.us/Corestandards/default.aspx.
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High School Pathways
  • The CCSSM Model Pathways
  • Two models that organize the CCSSM into coherent,
    rigorous courses
  • NOT required. The two sequences are examples, not
    mandates
  • Pathway A Consists of two algebra courses and a
    geometry course, with some data, probability and
    statistics infused throughout each (traditional)
  • Pathway B Typically seen internationally that
    consists of a sequence of 3 courses each of which
    treats aspects of algebra, geometry and data,
    probability, and statistics.

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8 CCSSM Mathematical Practices
Standards for Mathematical Practice
  • Make sense of problems and persevere in solving
    them
  • Reason abstractly and quantitatively
  • Construct viable arguments and critique the
    reasoning of others
  • Model with mathematics
  • Use appropriate tools strategically
  • Attend to precision
  • Look for and make use of structure
  • Look for and express regularity in repeated
    reasoning

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Standards for Mathematical Practices
  • Graphic

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Critical Areas in Mathematics
Grade Priorities in Support of Rich Instruction and Expectations of Fluency and Conceptual Understanding
K2 Addition and subtraction, measurement using whole number quantities
35 Multiplication and division of whole numbers and fractions
6 Ratios and proportional reasoning early expressions and equations
7 Ratios and proportional reasoning arithmetic of rational numbers
8 Linear algebra
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Critical Areas of Focus
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Grade Level Organization
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Design and Organization
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Transitional Resources for Mathematics
Office of Superintendent of Public
Instruction Randy I. Dorn, State Superintendent
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Three-Year Transition Plan for Common Core State
Standards for Mathematics by Grade Level
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State Resources for Transition
  • Grade-level transition documents describe
  • What standards to continue
  • What standards to remove
  • What standards to move to

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Resources for Implementation
  • Progressions for the Common Core State Standards
    in Mathematics
  • The Illustrative Mathematics Project
  • Mathematics Curriculum Analysis Project
  • From Arizona A graphic overview of the CCSS
    Mathematics along with standards delineated by
    grade level.
  • http//k12.wa.us/CoreStandards/Resources.aspx
  • Parent Resource Guides http//www.pta.org/4446.ht
    m

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CCSS Statewide Webinar Series
  • September 20, 330 430 Mathematics
  • September 22, 330 430 English Language Arts
  • January 10, 1030 1130 District/Building
    Leaders
  • January 17, 330 430 Mathematics
  • January 19, 330 430 English Language Arts
  • March 7,1030 1130 District/Building Leaders
  • March 20, 330 430 Mathematics
  • March 21, 330 430 English Language Arts
  • May 23, 1030 1130 District/Building Leaders
  • May 29, 330 430 Mathematics
  • May 31, 330 430 English Language Arts
  • http//www.k12.wa.us/CoreStandards/UpdatesEvents.a
    spxWebinar

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Reflection (as a team or individually)
  • What is your role with communication and
    implementation of the Common Core State
    Standards?
  • What specific support do you foresee needing to
    transition to these new standards?
  • Survey feedback http//www.surveygizmo.com/s3/635
    638/Washington-Common-Core-State-Standards

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For More Information
  • OSPI Common Core Website http//www.k12.wa.us/Cor
    estandards/default.aspx
  • Common Core Questions
  • Email corestandards_at_k12.wa.us OR
  • Greta Bornemann, OSPI CCSS Project Director,
    E-mail Greta.Bornemann_at_k12.wa.us
  • OSPI webinars http//www.k12.wa.us/CoreStandards/
    UpdatesEvents.aspxWebinar

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Thank you! corestandards_at_k12.wa.us
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