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Title: Career and College Readiness (CCR)


1
Career and College Readiness (CCR)
  • NGSS, CCSS ELA/Literacy,
  • CCSS Mathematics, MMC
  • K-12 Science Framework and NGSS Review in Terms
    of CCR

2
Focus of Discussion
  • Career and College Readiness (CCR) and the
    Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC)
  • CCSS define literacy as everyones responsibility
  • NGSS will provide content and process standards,
    and will complement CCSS
  • MMC credit is based on proficiency with content
    and skills, not seat time
  • Options for earning required credits
    any time, any place, any way, any pace

3
Common Core State Standards
  • State-led effort to create a common core of
    academic standards in K-12 English language
    arts/literacy and mathematics
  • Based on research and evidence, internationally
    benchmarked, aligned with college and workforce
    expectations
  • Nearly 50 states have adopted the CCSS

4
Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)
  • State-led effort to create a common academic
    standards in K-12 Science and Engineering
  • Based on the National Research Councils A
    Framework for K-12 Science Education (2011)
  • 26 states are leading NGSS development
  • Michigan is a Lead State

5
MMC Career College Ready
6
  • Michigan Merit Curriculum is still law
  • CCSS replace High School Content Expectations and
    Grade Level Content Expectations for mathematics
    and ELA only
  • In addition, CCSS define and clarify literacy
    requirements for other MMC credits
  • NGSS will replace HSCE for science

7
  • Michigan Core Expectations Overview (2006)

Overarching Expectations 21st Century Learning
Skills Policy on Learning Expectations Habits of
Mind ? ? ? ?
Cross-Content
Expectations ? ELA Strands 1 and 2
Communication and Reading ? Mathematics Strand 1
Quantitative Literacy and Logic ? Science
Inquiry and Reflection ? Social Studies General
Knowledge, Processes, and Skills ? ACT College
Readiness Standards
ELA HSCE CCSS
MA HSCE CCSS
SC HSCE NGSS
SS HSCE
8
  • CCSS Redefine Literacy for ALL Content Areas
  • 380.1278b(3a(v)) The department shall complete
    subject area content expectations or guidelines
    that apply to each of the credits required in
    the Michigan merit standard
  • The CCSS redefine literacy requirements for all
    content area credits
  • CCSS-ELA/Literacy define literacy for K-5 (all
    subjects)
  • CCSS-ELA define literacy for 6-12 ELA credits
  • CCSS-Literacy define literacy for 6-12
    History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical
    Subjects credits
  • The NGSS will define content and process
    standards for K-12 science, and define Science
    6-12 credits

9
  • Michigan Merit Curriculum (2006)

Overarching Expectations 21st Century Learning
Skills Policy on Learning Expectations Habits of
Mind ? ? ? ?
Cross-Content
Expectations ? ELA Strands 1 and 2
Communication and Reading ? Mathematics Strand 1
Quantitative Literacy and Logic ? Science
Inquiry and Reflection ? Social Studies General
Knowledge, Processes, and Skills ? ACT College
Readiness Standards
ELA HSCE CCSS
MA HSCE CCSS
SC HSCE NGSS
SS HSCE
CCSS Address Areas Outlined in Blue
NGSS Addressed Areas in Green
10
ELA/Literacy Standards
  • Key Characteristics
  • Building knowledge across the disciplines through
    content-rich informational text
  • Reading, writing speaking grounded in evidence
  • Regular practice with complex text and its
    academic vocabulary


9
11
CCSS Opportunity ELA/Literacy
  • To define literacy as everyones responsibility
  • To examine current literacy practices in content
    area classes (ELA, Mathematics, Science, Social
    Studies, CTE)
  • To revisit ACTs Reading Between the Lines
  • Characteristics of Complex Text Flipbook
  • To learn more about Close and Critical Reading


10
12
Math Standards
  • Key Characteristics
  • Mathematical Practices
  • Greater focus and greater coherence
  • Progressions of big ideas that span several
    grades
  • See crosswalk documents for content shifts

13
CCSS Math Practices
  • 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

14
NGSS Science Practices
  • Asking questions (science) and defining problems
    (engineering)
  • Developing and using models
  • Planning and carrying out investigations
  • Analyzing and interpreting data
  • Using mathematical and computational thinking
  • Constructing explanations (science) and designing
    solutions (engineering)
  • Engaging in argument from evidence
  • Obtaining, evaluating, and communicating
    information

15
College and Career Ready Students
  • Use technology and tools strategically in
    learning and communicating 
  • Use argument and reasoning to do research,
    construct arguments, and critique the reasoning
    of others
  • Communicate and collaborate effectively with a
    variety of audiences
  • Solve problems, construct explanations and design
    solutions


11
16
Transitioning to CCSS (and NGSS)
  • Get to know the standards
  • Find Common Ground What will NOT change
  • Focus Energy look for leverage, endurance,
    essential for next grade
  • Develop Common Assessments
  • -- Doug Reeves, The Leadership
    and Learning Center


12
17
Draft Assessment Claims for English Language
Arts/Literacy
18
Proposed Assessment for Mathematics
19
www.smarterbalanced.org
20
A Balanced Assessment System
21
Some Major Features
  • Online, rapid turnaround of results
  • Computer adaptive summative and interim
    assessments
  • Item types
  • Multiple Choice
  • Short Constructed Response
  • Extended Constructed Response
  • Technology Enhanced
  • Performance Tasks

22
To find out more...
  • Common Core State Standards Initiative website
  • www.corestandards.org
  • Next Generation Science Standards Development
  • http//www.nextgenscience.org/
  • Michigans Mission Possible Get ALL Adolescents
    Literate and Learning
  • http//www.missionliteracy.com/
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