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Essential Learnings from Common Core
Don't Ever Stop LLCon 10 January 2013
Transcript of Essential Learnings from Common Core
at each level Reflecting What is necessary for life?
What is necessary for the next level
What is necessary to be proficient on
the state test/PARCC? Unpack standards into the score 1's, 2's, 3's & 4's:
Score 1: Recall-I can recall facts, information or a procedure
Score 2: Skill/Concept Development-I can use the information or knowledge
Score 3: Strategic Thinking-I can reason, develop a plan or sequence steps, solve problems with more than one possible answer
Score 4: Extended Thinking-I can investigate, think and process multiple conditions of a problem Develop Bar Charts & Capacity Matrices for students to monitor mastery on the essential learnings using Depth of Knowledge criteria Pre-assessment to determine background knowledge
Common formative benchmark assessments
Summative (end-of-unit) assessments
Relevant resources: digital, community, in-class
Variety of teaching strategies to meet student needs
Rubrics that define levels of proficiency
Exemplars of proficient and advanced student work Cluster Capacity Matrices into units Monitor mastery: Capacity Matrices and on-line real-time platforms
Write a individual learning plans: SMARTER goals, individually paced, using pre-assessment in data-driven dialogue
Create projects that will "double dip"
Use varied resources to master the learning targets
Use exemplars and rubrics to peer-and self-assess
Effectively use teacher feedback to improve learning Teach students how to create goals & relevant individual learning plans Reflect on unit implementation, accuracy of assessments
Did the department teachers have inter-rater reliability in how they scored assessments?
What was the feedback from students?
Did proficiency on classwork (formative assessments) align to proficiency scores on state test (summative assessments)? Create a learning progression K-12
& numbering system
Determine omissions and redundancies Hold ALL students to proficiency on essential learnings Planning Doing Checking & Adjusting