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This presentation from Dennis Deets at the Leadership 3.0 Symposium is designed to give administrators an overview of the role educational technology will play in the California Common Core Standards (CCCS). Topics covered include: CCCS student learning expectations relevant to web based research and publication, CCCS assessment needs and student internet access, and in smaller part, various other topics from disruptive innovation to open-access as they pertain to CCCS. This presentation will help district leaders build an educational technology vision that is grounded on student learning in a time of CCCS.
This document was produced as a collaborative between the Kings County Office of Education and the Fresno County Office of Education. The information simply pulls out the technology-specific standards that are addressed in ELA.
eaching Channel is a video showcase -- on the Internet and TV -- of innovative and effective teaching practices in America's schools. Videos are searchable and divided into content areas. Many videos are provided emphasizing the Common Core State Standards.
This is the link to the sample online assessments on the Smarter Balanced website. Bookmark this site for sample tasks in reading, writing, speaking/listening, and performance tasks.
The Common Core State Standards and associated shifts have been introduced. Now what? This archived ASCD Webinar will identify useful tools and strategies for going deeper with the standards using easily available resources for administrators and teacher leaders to use in planning, implementing, and monitoring the Common Core State Standards for English language arts/ literacy and mathematics. Web page has downloadable slides and handout packet. One-hour in length.
This is the link to the sample online assessments on the Smarter Balanced website. Bookmark this site for sample tasks for upper elementary, middle grades, and high school.
Assessment of mastery of the Common Core State Standards relies at least in part on student portfolios. In addition, there is a growing expectation that adults will develop and maintain professional portfolios in addition to, or in lieu of, a resume. This Quick Take focuses on Google Sites, a simple tool that educators can use to create ePortfolios. This 5-minute Quick Take addresses three questions: “What are Google Sites?,” “How do Google Sites support ePortfolios?” and, “Where can I learn more?”
Developed by NAESP, use the checklist to determine areas where you have made progress toward Common Core implementation as well as areas to focus on as you move forward.
What does every administrator need to know about Common Core State Standards? For its forum at the 2013 conference, ISTE’s special interest group for administrators (SIGAdmin) invited selected members to answer that question is a concise “Ignite-style” presentation. In each of these 5 to 10 minute videos an educational leader shares his or her experience and advice.
Common Core Connect is a project of Tulare County Office of Education, designed to hold an ever-growing repository of Common Core related online multimedia resources. Common Core Connect multimedia can be found using their simple search form, or via their advanced search tool, which allows you to search by standard, keyword, grade level, content area and more. Resource types include websites, video content, and document types such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF.