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Title: Race to the Top and the Common Core and Essential Standards


1
Race to the Top and the Common Core and
Essential Standards
  • March 7 , 2012
  • Appalachian State University
  • Student Teachers

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http//rt3region7.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
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Fist to 5
  • Fist I do not know anything about RTTT and CCES
  • 5 FingersI could teach you all a thing or two
    about RTTT and CCES

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The World is in the Palm of our Students Hands
  • WHAT AN EXCITING TIME TO BE AN EDUCATOR!!!!

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What is RTTT?
  • Competitive federal grant program
  • Designed to promote innovation and reform in K-12
    education
  • North Carolina is one of only twelve recipients
    of the 2010 federal RttT grants
  • Bringing nearly 400 (399) million to the
    States public school system for use over the
    next four years

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How will the money be spent?
  • 50 will go to the State for efforts that benefit
    all Local Education Agencies (LEAs) and charter
    schools.
  • The remaining 50 will be provided to the
    participating LEAs and charter schools for
    expenditures that align with the policy goals and
    initiatives laid forth in North
  • Carolinas RttT plan.

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The Four Pillars
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Great Teachers and Principals
9
Data-Driven Decisions at All Levels
10
Turnaround of Lowest Achieving Schools
11
Statewide Standards and Assessments
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  • The only person who likes change is a baby with a
    wet diaper.
  • Mark Twain

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Heidi Hayes Jacobs What year are we preparing
our students for?
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Think-Pair-Share with Partner
  • What observations did you have while watching
    this talk?
  • Paradigm Shift

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NC Standard Course of Study
  • NC Essential Standards
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • World Languages
  • Arts Education
  • Healthful Living
  • Career Tech Ed
  • Exceptional Children
  • English as Second Language
  • English Language Development (approved 2008)
  • Information Technology
  • Common Core State Standards
  • (Adopted by 48 states and the District of
    Columbia)
  • English Language Arts
  • Mathematics

English Language Development and Information
Technology Essential Standards must be delivered
by classroom teachers through ALL content areas,
in appropriate grade levels in collaboration
with AIG, EC, ESL, media coordinators and tech
facilitators.
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Common Core Big Picture
  • Aligned with college and work expectations
  • Focused and coherent
  • Includes rigorous content and application of
    knowledge through higher-order skills
  • Internationally benchmarked prepares students
    for global economy society
  • Based on evidence and research

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Rationale for Implementation
  • Equity/Student Mobility Expectations the same
    regardless of where students live or where they
    go
  • College/Career Readiness Students need to be more
    than proficient
  • Comparability State results will
    be comparable through common assessments

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Rationale for Implementation
  • Shared Resources Ability to share and team
    across district and state lines
  • Economies of Scale Possible savings due to
    sharing of resources and assessments

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Students who are Career and College Ready in
Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, and
Language
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CCR Characteristics Related to Literacy
Development
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The Elephant in the Room
  • Its not my job to teach reading and writing!
  • Im not a literacy specialist!
  • I dont have the training or the skills to teach
    literacy and writing!
  • I have my own curriculum and dont have time for
    anything else!

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Disciplinary Literacy is NOT
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Literacy Instruction
  • K-3 Explicit Reading Instruction
  • 4-12 Disciplinary Reading Instruction
  • Structure
  • Voice
  • Purpose and Audience
  • Demands of the Discipline
  • Specialized Skills
  • Context
  • Validity and Reliability
  • Phonics
  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Fluency
  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary

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  • Content-Area Literacy Disciplinary Literacy
  • Reading experts (1920s)
  • Generalized skills
  • Use of reading and writing to learn information
  • Geared toward remedial students
  • Often encourages use of literary texts
  • Graphics are ignored or taught generally
  • Wide range of experts (1990s)
  • Specialized, discipline-specific skills
  • Use of literacy skills to make meaning within a
    discipline
  • Geared toward all students
  • Focuses only on discipline-specific texts
  • Graphics are specific to the discipline

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CCR Anchor Standards Wordle
www.wordle.net
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Table Talk
  • What is text?
  • List examples of texts you use in your discipline.

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Thinking Differently about TEXT
  • What text structures are most prevalent in your
    classroom?
  • What special skills do students need to navigate
    these texts?
  • Definition
  • Narrative
  • Problem-Solution
  • Cause-Effect
  • Comparison-Contrast
  • Time-Order
  • Graphs-Charts
  • Maps
  • Art
  • Multimedia
  • Musical Score

29
Exists and evolves within the operating culture
of public schools
Curriculum
Standards
Student Achievement
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Curriculum
Standards
Student Achievement
State Level
Local Level
School Level
District
Teachers
NCDPI
Common Core Essential Standards
Instruction Assessment
Local Curricula
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  • Crosswalks
  • Unpacking Documents

http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/standards/supp
ort-tools/unela
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Crosswalk
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Unpacking Document
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The Revised Blooms Taxonomy is a tool for
teachers.
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The Revised Blooms Taxonomy is
a tool to help educators clarify and
communicate what they intend students to learn as
a result of instruction.
(Anderson and Krathwohl, Eds., p. 23)
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Think-Pair-Share
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Importance of Alignment
Alignment is an even stronger predictor of
student achievement on standardized tests than
are socioeconomic status, gender, race, and
teacher effect. (Elmore Rothman, 1999
Mitchell, 1998 Wishnick,1989)
42
Dimensions of Alignment
Content
Cognitive
Context
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10 Words
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Instruction Card
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Instruction Card
10 Words
Instruction Card
Instruction Card
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Follow the instructions on your colored
card. Use a separate piece of paper if you need
to write rather than marking on the word
list. Return the word list to the envelope when
finished.
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PLEASE Place All Word Lists Back Into the Envelope
  • Hold on to your red, yellow or green instruction
    card

46
Lets Take a Test
  • Please work independently

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How Many Words Did You List?
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Why were some participants more successful on the
test than others?
48
Different Kinds of Thinking
Rate each word on its pleasantness 1 low 3
high
Count the vowels in these words.
Memorize these words.
49
Content
Does the teacher teach and test the topics
listed in the curriculum?
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What was the Content?
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51
Cognitive Type
Do the students get to work and think at the
level the curriculum prescribes?
52
The Revised Blooms Taxonomy
The Knowledge Dimension The Cognitive Process Dimension The Cognitive Process Dimension The Cognitive Process Dimension The Cognitive Process Dimension The Cognitive Process Dimension The Cognitive Process Dimension
The Knowledge Dimension 1. Remember 2. Understand 3. Apply 4. Analyze 5. Evaluate 6. Create
A. Factual
B. Conceptual
C. Procedural
D. Meta- Cognitive
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Context
Are the parameters of the assessment reasonably
similar to the parameters the parameters of the
of the instruction?
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So what is 21st century education? It is
bold. It breaks the mold. It is flexible,
creative, challenging, and complex. It addresses
a rapidly changing world filled with fantastic
new problems as well as exciting new
possibilities.
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20th Century Classroom 21st Century Classroom
  • Teacher Centered
  • Students work in isolation
  • Memorizing facts
  • Textbook Driven
  • Student Centered
  • Students work collaboratively
  • Solving Problems
  • Research Driven

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Activity
  • Imagine you are in the classroom of a highly
    effective
  • teacher.
  • What would you see?
  • What would you hear?
  • What would the students be doing or saying?
  • At your table
  • Discuss and record your thoughts on the chart
    paper
  • provided.

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Interactive Stations Increase Engagement and
Understanding
Worksheet Support www.commoncore.org
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Classroom Observations
  • The Quick Visit

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Elements of the Quick Visit
  • Content
  • What are the students learning? How are
    students making sense of the content?
  • NCPTS3 Teachers Know the Content They
    Teach
  • Alignment
  • How does this learning connect to standards?
  • NCPTS 4 Teachers Facilitate Learning for Their
    Students
  • NCPTS3 Teachers Know the Content They Teach
  • Strategies
  • What are the students and teacher doing?
  • What approach are students using to attack
    and/or solve problems?
  • NCPTS2 Teachers Establish a Respectful
    Environment for a Diverse Population of Students
  • Impact
  • How does it maintain student interest
    and attention? Describe the impact of the
  • strategy on students. What misconceptions
    do students hold and
  • where do those misconceptions
    originate?

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Practice with Standard 4
  • View the video
  • Record evidence that supports Standard 4
  • Discuss observations with your table

The elements of a quick visit
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Contact Information
  • Heather Mullins, Region 7
  • heather.mullins_at_dpi.nc.gov
  • 828.244.8759
  • waterlovers3
  • Kimberly Simmons, Region 7
  • kimberly.simmons_at_dpi.nc.gov
  • 828.406.9237
  • kim.simmons222

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Resources
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/history/
  • http//www.corestandards.org/
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/standards/new-
    standards/
  • http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre/standards/supp
    ort-tools/unela
  • http//educationnorthwest.org/resource/1280
  • Accountability Curriculum Reform Effort (ACRE)
    http//www.ncpublicschools.org/acre
  • Race to the Top (State and district plans)
    http//www.ncpublicschools.org/Rttt
  • Career College Ready, Set, Go! Video
    http//www.ncpublicschools.org/readysetgo/multimed
    ia/
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