Unlike students around the world, Americans do not take the international exam Trends in International Math and Science Study, which measures how primary school students are faring in major subjects. However, a study released by the U.S.
How well educators manage to adjust the common core to the needs of each student could prove pivotal scholastically, but also politically, as the standards themselves face skepticism in the states. This special report looks at the challenges educators face in adapting the standards for students with disabilities, English-learners, and gifted students.
If you teach math in one of the 45 states (or the District of Columbia) that have adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), then you, like many educators, are working to align your curriculum with the new academic expectations. The CCSS continues to be a news item as implementation becomes more widespread. Developing a Common Core math curriculum means interpreting the standards in a way that makes sense to students and ensures they are given the tools they need to do well on the accompanying assessments, As you consider how to approach your Common Core math lessons, and think about professional development, keep these implementation techniques and tools in mind as well:
The first edition of the Leadership Planning Guide to implement the Common Core standards and assessments was published last week by the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association with help from other organizations representing the teachers, school boards, school administrators, charter schools and parents.
Founded in 1943, ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) is an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner.
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