MMLA group ppt 11 28 05

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Published on October 8, 2008

Author: Heather

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High School Content Expectations:  High School Content Expectations Suggestions for Math Group Review November 28, 2005 Office of School Improvement HS Mathematics Expectations:  HS Mathematics Expectations New High School Redesign site http://michigan.gov/highschool Access HS Content Expectations, Zoomerang survey, and support documents HS Mathematics Expectations:  HS Mathematics Expectations Suggestions for group review Review general information in this Power Point presentation Review document by strand Review web survey questions Align with current curriculum Gather feedback for review process, survey, general comments re HSCE Slide4:  High School Content Expectations A description of what students should know and be able to do in English Language Arts and Mathematics in preparation for successful post-secondary engagement. Slide5:  High School Content Expectations Provide the plan for curriculum and assessment development that represents rigorous and relevant learning for ALL high school students. Slide6:  High School Content Expectations Revise and extend (replace) the current Michigan Curriculum Framework High School Standards and Benchmarks Become the basis for future versions of the Michigan Merit Exam Slide7:  High School Content Standards and Expectations Build on and extend Michigan K-8 GLCE and the K-8 Educational Experience Michigan Curriculum Framework Career and Employability Skills Content Standards and Benchmarks Aligned with national standards and recommendations ADP, NCTE/IRA, NCTM/PSSM, College Board/UUS, ACT, MCREL, NAGB/NAEP (links available at michigan.gov/highschool site) Slide8:  Rigor, Relevance, and Applied Learning Standards Master content knowledge Have the ability to apply that knowledge to analyze and propose solutions to real-world problems Rigor, Relevance, and Applied Learning Standards Rigor and Relevance mean that the HSCE will require students to… Slide9:  Rigor, Relevance, and Applied Learning Standards Challenge students intellectually Require that students make a substantial investment in their own learning Foster the development of cognitive abilities Rigor, Relevance, and Applied Learning Standards Rigor and Relevance mean that the HSCE will… Slide10:  High School Content Expectations Thought Critical Analysis Debate Research Synthesis Problem-solving Reflection Communication Decision Making Analytic Reasoning Personal and Social Responsibility Rigor, Relevance, and Applied Learning Standards Rigor and Relevance mean that the HSCE will require students to be deeply engaged in: High School ELA and Math Content Standards and Expectations:  Apply knowledge in new situations Solve problems by generating new ideas Make connections between what they read, hear, and learn in class and the world around them Make connections to the future Develop leadership qualities High School ELA and Math Content Standards and Expectations Rigor and Relevance are characterized by students being able to: English Language Arts Work Group:  English Language Arts Work Group Academic Review Joan Ferrini-Mundy, Chair, MSU Kathy Berry, Monroe PS Chris Hirsch, WMU Ruth Anne Hodges, MDE Gregory Larnell, MSU Aaron Mosier, LCC Jill Newton, MSU Sharon Senk, MSU Pat Shure, U of M Clifford Weil, MSU Michael Weiskopf, Walled Lake Glenna Zollinger-Russell, MDE/CTE Planned University Review Sharif Shakrani, MSU/NAGB William Schmidt, MSU *Grade Level Content Expectations Committee Internal Review Ruth Anne Hodges, MDE/Achieve* Charles Allan, MCTM* Theron Blakeslee, Ingham ISD* Marie Copeland, Macomb Math/Science Center* Deborah Ferry, Macomb ISD* Stephen Frank, Gull Lake Schools* Jennifer Nimtz, Washtenaw ISD* Dan Schab, Michigan Teacher of the Year 2005-2006 External Review Judy Wheeler, Berrien ISD/MCTM Terry Parks, St. Clair RESA/MMLA Carol Pinneo, Birmingham Schools/MCTM Carolyn Siebers, Wayne RESA Libby Trenkle, Wayne RESA/MSC Mathematics Work Group High School ELA and Math Content Expectations Timeline:  High School ELA and Math Content Expectations Timeline November 15, 2005 – Presentation to State Board of Education and initial web/field review November 2005 – Mid-January 2006 - Web/Field Review January, 2006 – National Review February 2006 – Revise based on national review March 2006 – Request for Board approval April 2006 – Rollout and Dissemination of HSCE May 2006 – November 2006 – Development of professional learning support and companion documents High School ELA and Math Course Content Expectations Plan:  High School ELA and Math Course Content Expectations Plan November 2005 – February 2006 – Initial development of Course Content Expectations (CCE) based on Content Expectations March 2006 approval of Content Expectations April 2006 – Share drafts of CCE with Board of Education April 2006 – June 2006 – Web/Field review of CCE August/September 2006 – Board approval of Course Content Expectations Fall 2006 – Dissemination Fall 2006 – Spring 2007 – Develop professional learning support and companion documents Assignment of HS CE to Courses:  Assignment of HS CE to Courses Map expectations to traditional and integrated course sequences Traditional = Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra II, Advanced, Statistics/AP Statistics Integrated = Math 1, Math 2, Math 3, Math 4 Develop “course-specific” example problems for each expectation Develop sample assessment items Provide alignment documents for commonly used programs/resources Assignment of HS CE to Courses:  Assignment of HS CE to Courses Code each expectation to indicate assessment category (NAEP domains, expected of all students, ADV, not assessable at state level) Produce 6-12 articulation documents Conduct alignment studies to determine percentage of HSCE assessed on current MME (ACT +) Determine which HSCE will be assessed in the wrap-around (non-ACT) component of the MME Develop end-of-course assessments (optional) Slide18:  Information we used from June-October 2005 Curricular Format Options as suggested June – October 2005:  Curricular Format Options as suggested June – October 2005 9th Grade ELA Overview Algebra I or Geometry 10th Grade American Literature Geometry or Algebra II 11th Grade British/World Literature Statistics or Algebra II or Pre-Calculus/ADV 12th Grade ELA/Overview Pre-Calculus or AP Statistics or AP Calculus 1. Traditional Course/Grade Specific – CTE Integrated 3. By the End of High School Set of Content Expectations Mathematics ELA Social Studies Science CTE Integrated Student Graduation Requirements as Proposed 11-15-05:  Student Graduation Requirements as Proposed 11-15-05 Completion of a Michigan Merit Curriculum that includes a Michigan Merit Core and a 21st Century Applied Learning Core Completion of an online credit or noncredit course or learning experience Participation in the Michigan Merit Examination or MI-Access in the spring of the junior year Proposed Mathematics Requirement:  Proposed Mathematics Requirement Mathematics – 4 credits Algebra I OR Integrated Math 1 Geometry Integrated Math 2 Algebra II

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