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We must teach students to ask WHY

We must teach students to ask WHY | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
Now that the Common Core State Standards require students to make claims and support them with evidence, my students have to learn how to ask and answer more complex questions. This is challenging for both students and teachers.

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CCSS: Write More - Grade Less - by Mike Schmoker

School and District Improvement, Assessment, Curriculum and Staff Development Consultation (Worried about grading all the writing called for in CCSS?


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Gear Up for the Common Core State Standards with ASCD’s Free Webinars

Gear Up for the Common Core State Standards with ASCD’s Free Webinars | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

Gear up for #CCSS with ASCD's #free webinars: http://t.co/gnnhD8wXti


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Ron Rogers's curator insight, July 22, 2013 7:48 AM

When its free how can you pass it up.

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English-Language Learners, Common Core, and Filling in the Gaps

English-Language Learners, Common Core, and Filling in the Gaps | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
A California advocacy group for ELLs has published a toolkit for educators who want to help support the success of second-language learners with the new common standards.

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A thought worth considering: If we taught reading and writing to every student in every classroom every day, regardless of the content area, we could witness a dramatic positive effect on student achievement.

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Math Teachers Find Common Core More Rigorous Than Prior Standards

Math Teachers Find Common Core More Rigorous Than Prior Standards | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
New survey data suggest that most middle school math teachers believe the common core standards are more rigorous than their state's prior standards.

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3 easy steps to understanding the Common Core

3 easy steps to understanding the Common Core | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

In order to better understand an issue that will affect every aspect of K-12 schooling, I recommend you take three important steps:

1.Watch Mike McShane’s Top 3 video (below) on the Common Core.

2.Read “5 Things Every Parent Needs to Know About the Common Core” and AEI’s recent research paper series, which addresses how the Common Core will affect other school improvement efforts.

3. Engage in the conversation. Don’t just jump on the pro- or anti- bandwagon; ask hard questions and seek out answers… because kids’ futures are depending on it. 


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lbligen's curator insight, August 4, 2013 1:14 PM

Common Core for parents.

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Top 5 misconceptions about the Common Core State Standards

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Top 5 misconceptions about the Common Core State Standards: The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are part o... http://t.co/OOvGpvoRMD


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We must teach students to ask WHY

We must teach students to ask WHY | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
Now that the Common Core State Standards require students to make claims and support them with evidence, my students have to learn how to ask and answer more complex questions. This is challenging for both students and teachers.

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