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Title: Common Core and Standards-based Report Cards


1
Common Core and Standards-based Report Cards
2
What is common core?
  • Set of academic standards that 45 states have
    adopted
  • Standards have been adopted for math and language
    arts for each grade level in Illinois

3
Why is this important?
  • Currently, every state has its own set of
    academic standards, meaning public education
    students in each state are learning at different
    levels
  • All students must be prepared to compete with not
    only their American peers in the next state, but
    with students from around the world

4
Adoption process in D200
  • Committees of teachers reviewed common core
    standards and made changes when deemed necessary
  • Standards were piloted and revised again
  • Standards will be revised again after further
    implementation

5
  • STANDARDS FOR
  • MATHEMATICS
  • Implemented in D200 for grades K-Algebra
  • Fall 2013

6
Grade Level Crucial Concepts
Grade Level Key Concept
Kindergarten Land of the ones. Students need to learn to count and have a mental number line
Grade 1 Concept of adding and subtractingcounting by ones and tens Use of number line instead of a hundreds chart
Grade 2 Place Valuecrucial Adding and subtracting two digit numbers (without traditional algorithm)
Grade 3 Fractions/Concept of Multiplication and Division
Grade 4 Double digit multiplication/division (without traditional algorithm)
Grade 5 Operating with rational numbers
Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8 Ratios, Proportions and Statistics Functions, Volume, and Irrational Numbers Algebra

7
  • STANDARDS
  • FOR LANGUAGE ARTS
  • Implemented in D200 for grades K- 11th grade
  • Fall 2014

8
Highlights of Common Core
  • Emphasis on comparing two texts to each other
  • Much more time on writing, including grammar
  • More difficult grade level text, especially in
    grades 4 and 5
  • Continued importance of instruction on vocabulary
    and informational text

9
With new standards came
  • A new report card
  • New math textbooks and materials
  • New Individualized Reading Assessments to
    determine each childs reading level

10
New Report Card Differences
  • Standards-Based Grading for all subjects
  • Purpose of card is communicate mastery of general
    education expectations for each grade
  • List of skills that are essential for student
    success
  • Academic skills separate from social/emotional
    skills and work habits
  • Opportunity for students to show mastery after a
    grading period has ended
  • Student reading level indicated as above, on, or
    below

11
Standards-based vs. Traditional Grading
Standards-based Traditional
More recent information only Everything marked is included
Achievement only Often a mix of achievement, attitude, effort, and behavior
From summative assessment only From formative and summative assessments
Directly related to a standard Usually related to an assessment method
12
I, S, N for grades
  • I Independently demonstrates mastery
  • S Support needed to demonstrate mastery
    (more than grade level peers)
  • N Not yet evident

13
What does with support mean?
  • Support means that the student requires
    accommodations beyond what the majority of the
    class is getting. Examples include

14
What does with support mean?
  • Support means that the student requires
    accommodations during an assessment beyond what
    the majority of the class is getting.
  • Examples include
  • Use of manipulatives
  • Use of word banks
  • Reminder of framework/directions

15
English/Language Arts Grade Changes
  • Comprehension grades based on students ability
    to read and understand grade level text
  • Handwriting included in Learner Characteristics
    not as a Language Arts grade
  • Spelling grades based on students ability to
    spell grade level appropriate words correctly in
    daily writing not on weekly spelling lists

16
Go to district web site to view
  • New elementary report cards
  • D200 Math standards
  • D200 English/Language Arts standards
  • Math vocabulary by grade level
  • Sight word lists for Kindergarten and Grade 1
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