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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 ? Common Core State Standards The Development Process 30,000 Mathematics State chiefs discuss developingCommon Core State Standards "State school chiefs and governors recognized the value of consistent, real-worldlearning goals and launched this effort to ensure all students, regardless of wherethey live, are graduating high school prepared for college, career, and life."* 2000s States have individual proficiency standards 2007 43 states have adopted CCSS 2010 2014 Common Core State Standards are released Language Arts Clear set of math skills and concepts.More organized way of learning.Encourages real-world problem solving. The Standards: College- and Career-Readiness and K-12 Stories as well as more complex texts.Encourages critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills. The Students The Teachers "To ensure all students are prepared for success after graduation, theCommon Core establishes a set of clear, consistent guidelines for whatstudents should know and be able to do at each grade level."* The Common Core State Standards:Preparing America's students for success - 8 Problems with Common Core Standards The standards impact teachers by providing them with consistent goals,benchmarks, and expectations for students along with opportunities tocollaborate with teachers across the country. Concerns with CCSS ? ? - Standards are attached to subjects, which do not cover everything kids need to know- Little innovation- Testing! And testing that does not measure what it should- An aim to make everyone the same Missouri Achievement Program (MAP) testingACT for 11th gradersComputer adaptive assessments instead of pencil-and-paper tests In Missouri: * Reading Today - Beyond the Noise Tips for Teacher Success Use the best resources availableEducate yourselfDon't let the standards dictate curriculum
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