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					Oregon Common Core
  State Standards
Transitioning to New Standards and
            Assessments
Welcome and Overview

  Background
  ODE Prepared Presentations
  Implementation Timeline
  Web Resources
  Contacts
Background
Common Core State Standards: Why?

    63% of jobs nationwide will require some
   postsecondary education by 2018
    64% of Oregon jobs will require
   postsecondary education; of those:
        54% vocational training, certification, or
         associate degree
        46% bachelor or graduate degree

Source: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, June 2010
Common Core State Standards: What?
  College and Career Ready Standards for English
  Language Arts and Mathematics

   ELA includes literacy standards for social science,
  technical subjects, and science
   Focused, coherent, rigorous

  44 States
Mathematics
  CCSS Video FAQ
CCSS Math Classroom
Common Core State Standards: When?


   Districts Transition Content: 2011-14

   Full Implementation: by Spring 2014

   Statewide Assessment: Spring 2015
Assessment
Oregon Transition Timeline for Math Assessments
 2011-12
 • OAKS Online Assessing Oregon 2007/2009 Math Content Standards
 • SBAC Content Specifications and Blueprint Developments
 2012-13
 • OAKS Online Assessing Oregon 2007/2009 Math Content Standards
    (All Students)
 • SBAC Pilot of Common Core State Standards (Small Sample)
 2013-14
 • OAKS Online Assessing Oregon 2007/2009 Math Content
    Standards (All Students)
 • SBAC Field Test of Common Core State Standards (Larger Sample)
 2014-15 SBAC Assessing Common Core State Standards
Website
Oregon OAKS Online Assessment
  http://www.ode.state.or.us/go/math
• Test Specifications and Blueprints
• New Problem Solving Scoring Guide
• New Achievement Standards and
• New Achievement Level Descriptors
Send Comments, Questions, Requests
Website for CCSS and SMARTER Balanced

   Oregon Common Core State Standards
   www.ode.state.or.us/go/commoncore

  Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
        www.smarterbalanced.org
   •Send Comments, Questions, Requests
Survey for Input:
Content Specifications for Summative
Assessment of the CCSS for Mathematics
Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
    http://www.k12.wa.us/SMARTER/Resources.aspx

   Download the Specifications and fill out the survey
    Send Comments, Questions, Requests to
      Mark or Jim for the ODE response
   Common Core State Standards -
         Stewardship Team
   Teachers are invited to join this team
    http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?=3344
Contact:
        Mickey Garrison, CCSS Co-Lead
           mickey.garrison@state.or.us
        Cheryl Kleckner, CCSS Co-Lead
          cheryl.kleckner@state.or.us
ODE Resource Review
  Look at ODE presentations, web resources and
 Timeline
  Questions to consider:
    Which resources could you use in teacher
   preparation?
    What information needs clarification?
    What additional information is needed?
    What do your students need to know?
Contact

       Mark Freed, Mathematics Specialist
             mark.freed@state.or.us
  Jim Leigh, Mathematics Assessment Specialist
             James.leigh@state.or.us
          Mickey Garrison, CCSS Co-Lead
           mickey.garrison@state.or.us
          Cheryl Kleckner, CCSS Co-Lead
           cheryl.kleckner@state.or.us
What should teachers need to
know this next year (2011-12)?
Math Practices
Begin understanding their grade
    Critical Areas
    Organization (clusters to critical areas)
Begin understanding the new progressions
    Domains
    Cross grade collaboration
What should teachers need to know next year
(2012-14)?
• Standards based lesson planning (w/ CCSS)
   – Organize units
   – Align resources
• Understand SBAC Summative (assessment of learning)
   – Content specifications & blueprints
   – How to use and interpret reports
• Understand SBAC Interim & Formative (assessment for learning)
   – How to use assessment results to inform instruction
   – How students/parents can take more ownership of the learning process
Thank you!

				
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