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Depth of Knowledge ACOE Core Learning

DOK depth of knowledge, what is it, why is it useful?
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Jamie Marantz

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What's The Depth...
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Jamie Marantz
Executive Director
ACOE Core Learning
jmarantz@acoe.org
October 2014
Introduction to
Depth of Knowledge

1. I will be able to
describe cognitive
rigor
in relation to the expectations
of the Common Core Standards.
Learning Targets
To align instructional and assessment activities with the cognitive rigor of the Common Core Standards.
Why is
Depth of Knowledge
(DOK) Important?
DO NOW
Share with your partner.
Using the data below.
Develop one
‘Basic’


and one
‘Rigorous’
question
Share with your partner:





What makes your question ‘rigorous’, or ‘basic’?
“How much is:
2,385,786 + 37,848?”
Difficulty is a measure of how many students answer a question correctly.
DOK
DOK-1
: Recall, Remember and Reproduction
DOK
Levels

TASK: Compare and contrast the California Standards Test and the Smarter Balanced Assessments.
CST/SBAC
Compare and Contrast Activity
As a pair, select 4 CST questions across different strands.

Review the questions together,
assigning a Depth of Knowledge level
and citing evidence for your answer.
CST/SBAC
Compare and Contrast Activity
CST/SBAC
Compare and Contrast Activity
CST/SBAC
Compare and Contrast Activity
CONCLUSION:
As a pair, decide together:
What is the most
significant difference
between the CST and the SBAC assessment?
Discuss the implications for students.
DOK
&
SBAC

Jamie Marantz
Executive Director,
Core Learning
jmarantz@acoe.org
DOK
and Transitioning to Next Generation Assessments
1. I will be able to assess the
Depth of Knowledge required
of assessment questions
2. I will be able to identify key
differences between the CST
and SBAC.
Learning Targets
What comes AFTER the verb is the best indicator of the rigor/DOK level.


DOK
Verbs
The amount & complexity of the mental processing required by the TASK and…
DOK
How deeply the content must be known in order to complete the task
LTs, Instruction, and Assessment Tasks, must ultimately reflect the DOK level of standards' assessment
Requires recall of information
- fact, definition, terms or performance
of one simple process or procedure.
You could memorize something
simple, or complex
DOK
Level 1
Recall & Reproduction
1. Identify elements from the periodic table from given facts.

2. Use the rules of subtraction to solve these problems…
DOK

2 requires...
1. Organizing of information in some way
2. Using some mental processing like determining
relationships between items beyond
reproduction.
3. Items can require students to make some decisions
as to how to approach the question or problem.
DOK
Level 2
Skills and Concepts
1. Explain the cause-effect of a
collision using Newton’s 2nd Law.

2. Distinguish fact from opinion in a text.
DOK
Level 3
Strategic Thinking
1. Develop a scientific model for the results of our experiment, explain how your model predicts our results.
2. Explain two of the most significant effects of WWII on one Axis nation of Europe. Justify your point of view by citing evidence.
1. Requires high cognitive demand - very complex.
2. Students are expected to make connections—relate ideas
within the content or between content areas.
DOK 4 often requires an extended period of time.
DOK
Level 4 –
Extended Thinking
1. Gather, analyze, organize, and interpret
information from multiple sources (print
and non-print) to write a report that
argues your position on '___' citing
evidence from multiple sources. Cite and
acknowledge competing views.

http://www.starsamplequestions.org
For DOK 1 + 2:
Usually only one
‘right’ answer.
SBAC REVIEW:
As a pair, select 4 SBAC questions across different strands.
Review the SBAC questions together, assign a Depth of Knowledge level and cite your evidence.
Define cognitive rigor on your note guide.
http://www.smarterbalanced.org
“How much is: 2 + 2?”
DOK 1-
Using your notes
describe
three characteristics of plant cells
DOK 2- Describe

the difference between plant and animal cells.
DOK 3- Describe

a model that represents a key relationship between plant and animal cell metabolic processes.
THANK YOU!
DOK-2
: Basic Application of Skills & Concepts
DOK-3
: Strategic Thinking
DOK-4
: Extended Thinking
COGNITIVE
COMPLEXITY:
Ingrid Roberson
Executive Director,
RAAP
iroberson@acoe.org
2. I will be able to
evaluate the rigor
of
questions or student tasks using
Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK).
TIP: Notice the criteria on your G.O.

use these as differentiation of levels
What Are the
DOK
Levels?
What differentiates one from another?
2. Each group member reads one DOK Level
3. Take notes, then teach your team your level.
4. Learn all the levels from your team
1. Make group(s) of 4
5. As a team, creatively name each level!
Examine your original RIGOR definition, any changes?

Assign DOK Levels to the questions you made

Now create a level 3 question!


Share out!
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