ccss500 | Graduate
Overview Of Common Core
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- Describe the impetus for and development of CCSS.
- Explain the global and technological influences on the foundations of CCSS.
- Identify CCSS authors and stakeholders.
- Compare CCSS to other educational reforms, standardization models, and legislative initiatives.
Future Trends of CCSS
- Evaluate the role of data, assessment, and curriculum monitoring in the implementation of CCSS.
- Identify current benefits, issues, and trends of CCSS.
- Compare leadership challenges facing teachers and administrators in implementing CCSS.
- Project future benefits, issues, and trends of CCSS.
CCSS and English Language Arts
- Align CCSS to English Language Arts instruction and assessment practices.
- Analyze the role of administrators in supporting the implementation of CCSS in English Language Arts.
- Incorporate nonfiction, technology, and evidence-based literacy resources into lesson plans.
- Create grade-level strategies that integrate literacy in history, social studies, science, and technology subjects.
CCSS and Mathematics
- Align CCSS to instruction and assessment practices in mathematics.
- Analyze the role of administrators in supporting the implementation of CCSS in mathematics.
- Integrate evidence-based and STEM resources into mathematics lesson plans.
- Create grade-level strategies that stress studentsâ conceptual understanding of key mathematical ideas and organizing principles.
CCSS Across the Curriculum
- Align CCSS to curriculum, assessment, and student experiences across the curriculum.
- Analyze the role of administrators in building consensus school- and community-wide for CCSS.
- Compare grade-level academic expectations and CCSS benchmarks across the curriculum.
- Create strategies that reflect differences in student abilities, needs, learning rates, and achievement levels.
- All objectives apply.
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