Implementation & Assessment Timeline for the Common Core

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Information about NY state plans for implementation of Common Core & assessment forecast

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  • 1.
    • Dana Fulmer
  • [email_address]
  • January, 2012

2. 2011-12

  • ALL PreK-12 educators trained in ELA & Literacy
  • All preK-12 Math Teachers & Administrators trained in math
  • SPRING: NYS ELA & Math Resource Center Grants awarded
  • ALL teachersto write and implement 2 CCLS-aligned curriculum modules this year
  • NYS 3-8 Assessments remain aligned to 2005 standards
  • Schools begin work to fully align to CCLS

3. Summer 2012

  • Intensive opportunities to explore CCLS-aligned curriculum offered by NY State
  • ELA & Math Curriculum Resource Centers operationalwith 50% of all curriculum units written
  • IDEAS for Summer Work:
    • Revise common writing benchmarks
    • Identify resources for nonfiction reading
    • Identify probable gap areas in math as curriculum realigns

4. 2012-13

  • Schools continue alignment to CCLS standards
  • ELA & Math Curriculum Models fully available by Summer 2013
  • 3-8 Assessments now aligned to the Common Core standards
  • Grades 9 & 10 to be tested in ELA ( dependent on funding)
  • NYSESLAT aligned to the Common Core

5. 2013-14

  • Schools fully aligned to the Common Core
  • Science 4, 6, 8 aligned to CCLS
  • Social Studies 6-8 Assessments aligned with CCLS
  • Regents Exams
  • to be Aligned to CCLS:
  • Living Environment & Chemistry
  • Global History & Geography
  • Algebra I & Geometry

6. 2014-15:PARCC* Assessments Operational

  • 3-10 ELA
  • 3-8 Math
  • Algebra II Regents
  • ELA Regents
  • US History & Govt Regents (not thru PARRC)
  • Alt Assessment becomes NCSC with CCLS alignment

*PARCC =Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College & Career standards.NY is a governing member of this multi-state consortium.For more information, go towww.parcconline.org 7. GRADE & SUBJECT 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 ELA Grades 3-8 Aligned to 2005 Aligned to the Common Core PARCC 2 Grade 9 Grade 10 1 Grade 11 Aligned to 2005 Regents MATH Grades 3-8 Aligned to 2005 Aligned to the Common Core PARRC 2 Algebra I 3 Aligned to 2005 Aligned to the Common Core Geometry 4 Algebra II 3 Aligned to 2005 Additional State Assessments NYSAA Aligned to 2005 Aligned to CCLS NCSC 5 NYSESLAT Aligned to 2005 Aligned to the Common Core 8. GRADE & SUBJECT 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 SCIENCE Grades 4 & 8 Aligned to 1996 Standards Grades 4 & 6- 8 Aligned to Next Generation Science Standards with CCLS Infusion Earth Science Aligned to 1996 Standards Living Environment Aligned to 1996 Standards Chemistry Aligned to 1996 Standards Aligned to Next Generation Science StandardsPhysics Aligned to 1996 Standards SOCIAL STUDIES Grades 6-8 Aligned to 1996 Standards with Common Core Infusion Global History & Geography Aligned to 1996 Standards Aligned to 1996 Standards with Common Core Infusion US History & Govt. Aligned to 1996 Standards Aligned to 1996with CC Infusion 9. Assessment Forecast

  • This forecast is like the weather
  • based on our best current information, but subject to change.

10. Assessment Forecast A ll Subjects

    • Some assessment will be computerized
      • Individual student growth will be measureable.
      • Results immediately within 48 hours to educators.
      • Infrastructure concerns need to be addressed.

11. ELA 3-10ASSESSMENT FORECAST

    • More emphasis on:
        • Writing
          • Range of writing to echo the standards
          • Mechanics & conventions included in writing score
        • Informational reading
          • Authentic science, social studies & arts articles & documents
          • Emphasis on textual evidence (proving statements)
          • Students will need to interact with rich, dense vocabulary

12.

        • Each grade level will receive an authentic project to engage in over time
        • Students will read provided texts & then take a position based on evidence
        • They will create a digital presentation
        • Presentations will be scored locally on a provided rubric.

Presentation Skills WillAlso Be Assessed

    • Presentation skills may be assessed

13. MATH Assessment Forecast

    • More emphasis on practice standards
        • Reasoning, problem-solving, modeling
        • Applying mathematical thought to real-life problems
        • Showing mathematical thinking
    • No calculator use allowed for grades 6 & below
    • Specific math vocabulary will be embedded in questions
      • No more matching for vocabulary terms
      • Instead, students will use them to figure out word problems

14. For more information

  • Current year assessments: http://www.p12.nysed.gov/apda/
  • NY implementation plans: www.engageNY.org
  • Proposed PARCC assessments: www.PARCConline.org
  • NEXT Generation Science Standards: http://www.nextgenscience.org/
  • NCSC Alternative Assessment project: http://www.ncscpartners.org/