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Three Key Cs to Implementing the Common Core Standards in the Classroom

Three Key Cs to Implementing the Common Core Standards in the Classroom | Common Core | Scoop.it
In this post, we share three qualities that we think are paramount to good teaching, particularly good Common Core aligned instruction.
Critical ThinkingCommunicationCollaboration
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jhenehan's curator insight, December 1, 2013 7:03 PM

THE THREE C's. Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration. These three C's will stay with me forever as a teacher because I read this article. This article impacted me as a future educator. It opened my eyes to the importance of standards. It also raised many questions in my mind about how teachers are assessed on meeting these standards. Critical Thinking---- analyze, evaluate, and integrate. Very important for students. The article also gave the audience three question to remember when making lesson plans. This will be helpful. Communication---- sharing ideas with others. Lastly Collaboration---- its all about listening, talking, and reading the work of others. This is important for great thinking to occur. The three C's should be incorporated into every classroom!!

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Too Much Reliance on Testing and Poor Quality Tests

Too Much Reliance on Testing and Poor Quality Tests | Common Core | Scoop.it

Chief among the complaints of students, parents and teachers are the overemphasis on and poor quality of standardized tests that schools are made to impose.


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