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The English Language Arts Standards: Key Changes and their Evidence

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• Historical context of the need for change in ELA Standards
• Five critical shifts from earlier standards: text complexity; analysis, inference and evidence; writing to sources; mastery of writing and speaking; academic vocabulary
• Importance of academic vocabulary, especially for English Learners

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  1. 1

    The Importance of Mathematics Progressions from the Student Perspective

  2. 2

    The Importance of Mathematics Progressions

  3. 3

    High School Math Courses

  4. 4

    Operations and Algebraic Thinking

  5. 5

    Whole Numbers to Fractions in Grades 3-6

  6. 6

    Mathematical Practices, Focus and Coherence in the Classroom

  7. 7

    The Importance of Mathematical Practices

  8. 8

    The Importance of Focus in Mathematics

  9. 9

    The Importance of Coherence in Mathematics

  10. 10

    The Mathematics Standards: Key Changes and Their Evidence

  11. 11

    The Crucial Role of Higher Education and Business in Developing the Standards

  12. 12

    Speaking and Listening: The Key Role of Evidence

  13. 13

    Conventions of Standard English Writing and Speaking

  14. 14

    Text-Dependent Analysis in Action: Examples From Dr. MLK, Jr.'s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

  15. 15

    Literacy in Other Disciplines

  16. 16

    Literary Non-Fiction in the Classroom: Opening New Worlds for Students

  17. 17

    Literary Non-Fiction in Grades 6-12: Opening New Worlds for Teachers and Students

  18. 18

    The Balance of Informational and Literary Texts in K-5

  19. 19

    Writing to Inform and Make Arguments

  20. The English Language Arts Standards: Key Changes and their Evidence

  21. 21

    The Mathematics Standards: How They Were Developed and Who Was Involved

  22. 22

    Common Core State Standards: Principles of Development

  23. 23

    Common Core State Standards: A New Foundation for Student Success

  24. 24

    Common Core State Standards: A New Foundation for Student Success (Stand Alone)

  25. 25

    Los estándares estatales de educación: Una nueva base para el éxito estudiantil (español)

  26. 26

    Common Core In the Classroom: Math in Context Algebra that "Makes Sense"

  27. 27

    Hands, Minds Open: The Changing Face of Science Education

  28. 28

    Preparing for College and Careers -- High School Science Education

  29. 29

    Exploration, Discovery, Learning -- Middle School Science Education

  30. 30

    Building the Foundations -- Elementary School Science Education

  31. 31

    Inquiry-Based K-12 Science Instruction

  32. 32

    Vignette #10 Assessment and the Common Core

  33. 33

    Vignette #9 School Leaders and the Common Core

  34. 34

    Vignette #8 Mathematics

  35. 35

    Vignette #7 English Language Arts

  36. 36

    Vignette #6 Raising the Bar: Implications on Test Scores

  37. 37

    Vignette #5 Military, Mobility and the Common Core

  38. 38

    Vignette #4 A Conversation with The Honorable Jack Markell, Governor of Delaware

  39. 39

    Vignette #3 Standards Not Curriculum

  40. 40

    Vignette #2 A State led Effort

  41. 41

    Vignette #1 A Conversation with PTA President Otha Thornton

  42. 42

    #2 Reflections on Common Core From Educators

  43. 43

    #1 The Need for Improved Student Outcomes (Common Core Overview)

  44. 44

    PTA Common Core Video Trailer

  45. 45

    Helping English Learners Successfully Transition to College and Career Ready Standards

  46. 46

    Understanding English Learners with Dr. Jim Johnson, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC-Chapel Hill

  47. 47

    Understanding English Learners with Kati Haycock, President of the Education Trust

  48. 48

    The Education Challenges of English Learners

  49. 49

    The Importance of Preparing English Learners for College and Career Ready Standards

  50. 50

    State Strategies for English Learner Achievement

  51. 51

    Preparing Teachers to Support English Learner Achievement

  52. 52

    Helping English Learners Develop the Skills They Need to Succeed

  53. 53

    2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat: Lunch & Learn - Interview with Michael Horn

  54. 54

    2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat: KEYNOTE - The Common Denominator

  55. 55

    2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat: Education & the Economy in NC

  56. 56

    2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat: Sample Lesson and Discussion

  57. 57

    2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat: Teacher Preperation and Recruitment

  58. 58

    2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat: Methods for Retaining and Advancing High-Performing Teachers

  59. 59

    2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat: Setting an Education Vision

  60. 60

    Education for a Stronger North Carolina: 2015 Holshouser Legislators Retreat Overview

  61. 61

    Mathematical Foundations for Success in Algebra

  62. 62

    Developing Mathematical Skills in Upper Elementary Grades

  63. 63

    Mathematics in the Early Grades

  64. 64

    Preparation for Higher Level Mathematics

  65. 65

    Building Conceptual Understanding in Mathematics

  66. 66

    Parents: Supporting Mathematics Learning

  67. 67

    Standards for Mathematical Practice

  68. 68

    A Safe Environment

  69. 69

    Real Understanding

  70. 70

    Multiple Ways to Solve Problems in First Grade

  71. 71

    Deeper Conceptual Understanding

  72. 72

    199 + 199 Example

  73. 73

    Building Foundations for the Upper Grades

  74. 74

    Dr. Doug Clements – Early Elementary Problem Examples

  75. 75

    Dr. David Broussard

  76. 76

    Conceptual Understanding Excerpt

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