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California Common Core Standards

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Gayle Vyenielo

on 8 February 2013

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Transcript of California Common Core Standards

Foundation ELA Shifts Smarter Balanced Assessments Additional Tools and Resources Math Shifts Growing Together www.icanteachmychild.com




www.ccsesa.org/sysadmin/documents/CCSParentHandbook020o411.doc Planting the Seeds for a Lifetime
of Success:
Welcome to the CCCSS! The Parent-School
Focus: learn more about fewer, key topics

Build skills within and across grades

Develop speed and accuracy

Really know it, Really do it

Use it in the real world

Think fast AND solve problems 6 Shifts in Mathematics Let’s Take a Look Mathematics Shift 4: Know it/Do it! UNDERSTAND why the math works.
MAKE the math work

TALK about why the math works

PROVE that they know why and how
the math works Parents Can… Students Must… Mathematics Shift 1:
Focus: learn more about less Spend more time on fewer concepts Parents Can… Students Must… Know what the priority work is for
your child for their grade level

Spend time with your child on priority

Ask your child's teacher about their
progress on priority work Notice whether your child
REALLY knows why the answer is what it is

Advocate for the TIME your child needs to learn key math

Provide TIME for your child to work hard with math at home

Get smarter in the math your child needs to know Let’s Take a Look Read as much non-fiction as fiction

Learn about the world by reading

Read more challenging material closely

Discuss reading using evidence

Write non-fiction using evidence

Increase academic vocabulary 6 Shifts in ELA/Literacy ELA/Literacy Shift 6: Academic Vocabulary Learn the words that they can use in college and career

Get smarter at using the “language of power” Parents Can… Students Must… ELA/Literacy Shift 4:
Discuss reading using evidence Find evidence to support their arguments

Form judgments

Become scholars

Discuss what the author is “up to” Parents Can… Students Must… ELA/Literacy Shift 1 :
Read as much non-fiction as fiction Read more non-fiction

Know the ways non-fiction can be put together

Enjoy and discuss the details of non Parents Can… Students Must… Supply more non-fiction text

Read non-fiction texts aloud or with your child

Have fun with non-fiction in front of them Read often and constantly with
babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and

Read multiple books about the same topic

Let your kids see your reading

Talk to your children:Read to your children: Listen to your children: Sing with your children: Make up silly rhymes and word games with your children Includes accommodations for students with disabilities and English language learners through technology tools such as Braille, foreground and background colors, and translated presentation.

Assessments will address visual, auditory and physical access barriers so all students can demonstrate what they know. Key Features of Smarter Balanced Based on student responses, the computer program is able adjust the difficulty of questions throughout the assessment.

Used in both mandatory end of the year assessment and interim assessments throughout the school year.

Greater accuracy and efficiency for teacher and student. Why Computer Adaptive Assessment? My child’s class time is focused on learning and not on testing.

My child will have opportunities to improve.

I will know whether my child’s school is performing as well as it should. What does Smarter Balanced Assessment mean for my child? Students will be challenged to complete tasks and apply knowledge.

Students will know that they are progressing toward college and career readiness.

Test results will be accurate regardless of student ability, disability or proficiency in English. What will Smarter Balanced Assessment mean for students? Assessment is used to gain insight into student learning through observation and interpretation.

Assessment is designed to continuously improve teaching and learning through ongoing assessment as well as year end assessment.

Assessment focuses evidence of student performance. A New Understanding of Assessment Smarter Balanced Consortium is a group of states, including California, working to integrate learning and assessment in a common system.
Assessments measure student achievement and growth in English language arts /literacy and math is grades 3-8 and high school.
Replace current state assessments in 2013-14.
Expectations for student performance are based on the Common Core and linked to an international framework. What is Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium? Smarter Balanced Assessment Measuring Student Success for College and Career Readiness Talk about text

Demand evidence in every day discussion/disagreement

Read aloud or read the same book and discuss with evidence We can plant the seed of success for college and career readiness! Together…. In 2009 California adopted the CCCSS, along with 44 other states

In 2010, California educators met to enhance these standards

2013-2014 is the last year the current CST is expected to be used.

The end of the 2014-2015 school year, the CCCSS assessments are expected to be up and running. CCCSS Timeline California added 15% to the CCSS

The added standards were meant to:

Fill perceived gaps in the CCSS

Match the rigor of the CCSS and California’s existing standards

Significantly enhance the CCSS California Components to the Common Core
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