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Common Core

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Tina Scribner

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Transcript of Common Core

Research and evidence-based

Aligned with college and work expectations

Rigorous and engaging higher-order thinking

Internationally bench marked
Fewer, more specific standards designed to
allow teachers to cover less material
in greater depth

Emphasize literacy across disciplines

Stress real-world relevance

Encourage higher-order thinking skills

Value research and problem solving

Weave in technology and media literacy
To address inconsistencies among the existing states' standards

To improve college completion rates

To assist students in adapting to the changing work world
Why were the Common Core State Standards developed?
What are the Common Core State Standards?
“The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real word, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and careers.”

Common Core State Standards are not
curriculum
Curriculum
is the specific academic plan (both formal and informal) developed to educate students.

Curriculum
should be researched, organized, taught, and evaluated by teachers.

Curriculum
is much more than a textbook; it also includes goals and objectives, or standards, prepared for the educational benefit of students.
How were the Common Core State Standards designed?
How are the Common Core State
Standards organized?
English Language Arts (K-12)
(Including Grades 6-12 Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects)

Math (K-12)
How will Common Core impact education?
In 2012, a thorough review of Wake Christian Academy's curriculum (including goals and objectives, or standards) was conducted by educators from 5 accrediting organizations (Christian and secular) and Wake Christian Academy was awarded full accreditation status.
Common Core Evaluation Team
Pam Griffin
- Ed.D. Student, Higher Education Leadership & Instructional Leadership - Nova Southeastern University; M.Ed., Teaching & Learning - Liberty University
Wayne Helder
- M.Ed., Admin/Supervision - Liberty University
Larry Hoxie
-

M.Ed., Secondary Education - Bowling Green State University

Justin Leonesio -
Ph.D. Candidate, Mathematics - North Carolina State University; M.S., Mathematics - North Carolina State University
Sonya Massengill
- Ph.D. Candidate, Curriculum & Instruction English Education - North Carolina State University; M.A., English - North Carolina State University
Sandra Sauls
- M.Ed., Teaching & Learning - Liberty University
Tina Scribner
- Doctoral studies, Educational Technology - North Carolina State University; M.S., Technical Education - East Carolina University
Mike Woods
- M.A., School Administration - South Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Gap Analysis
Compare WCA's goals and objectives with Common Core State Standards
Assure WCA students are meeting and exceeding standards
Complete self-study and evaluation in order to continue to provide a high quality Christ-centered education
Conclusion
Self Evaluation
Outside Accountability
Quality, Christ-centered Education

Example of Gap Analysis
Example of Gap Analysis
Example of Gap Analysis
Example of Gap Analysis
© Copyright 2010. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. All rights reserved.
Who developed the Common Core State Standards?
National Governors Association Center for Best Practices

Council of Chief State School Officers

National Governors Association Center for Best Practice & Council of Chief State School Officers. (2010). Common core state standards.
Retrieved from http://www.corestandards.org/
 
Kendall, J. S. (2011). Understanding common core state standards. Alexandria, Virginia: ASCD.
References
Common core leadership team
13 faculty and staff members
Approximately 250 total hours over 6 months

Gap Analysis Study
Examined and compared WCA’s goals and objectives, the North Carolina Standard Course of Study and the Common Core State Standards
Phase 1
Detailed examination of the three sets of standards.
Results concluded WCA met or exceeded the vast majority of the North Carolina Standard Course of Study and the Common Core State Standards
Phase 2
Reviewed standards that WCA did not have a specific alignment with NCCS of Study or the CCSS
Team worked across grade levels to determine if any realignments were needed or there were any areas WCA could strengthen our standards
Evaluated and added any standards not originally addressed in our current educational goals and objectives
Gap Analysis
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