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Today we will review the NET standards as they apply to teachers and administrators, we will create a unit of study and demonstrate how technology can be incorporated into the common core using the unit development template. Along our way we will create a theme for today's unit. Show how the theme becomes a part of the essential questions and how the essential question drives the selected content of a unit. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Into the World of Endless Opportunities: Into the World of Endless Opportunities "Today’s educators must provide a learning environment that takes students beyond the walls of their classrooms and into a world of endless opportunities" World of Endless Opportunities Mike King Jesse WestOBJECTIVE: Common Core OBJECTIVE Adopting Technology into the Our objective for this presentation is to understand the mission and goals for adopting technology into the common core. NET Standards as Applied to Teachers & AdministratorsSlide 3: "Today’s educators must provide a learning environment that takes students beyond the walls of their classrooms and into a world of endless opportunities" World of Endless Opportunities" Base Camp Two “Nested Peaks” : Engaging in Professional Growth & Leadership Base Camp Two “Nested Peaks” Teacher NET Standard 2: Engaging in Professional Growth and LeadershipSlide 5: Essential Question: How can we engage in professional growth & leadership to fully understand the necessary components of adopting technology into the Common Core?FIVE TOOLS: FIVE TOOLS The five tools required to complete a unit of study are assembled around the Common Core Unit Development Model. TOOLS Common Core Unit Development ModelSlide 7: 1 st Unit of Study Common Core Standards Learning Gaps Measured Student Performance 2 nd Unit of StudyDetermining Gaps: Determining Gaps Current Curriculum and the New Common Core Existing Curriculum New CC CurriculumSlide 9: Bridge Building Content Analysis Common Core Panic “I am not sure what it means ?” “I am going to sit this one out?” “Someone said it’s on a silver platter.” Bridge Building Start NowSlide 10: GAP Students M iss Exposure to Content 5 th Grade Old Curriculum 6 th Grade Common Core Determining Gaps within the Existing Curriculum and Unpacking StandardsSlide 11: Kansas 5 Core 5 GAP GAP GAP State and Common Core Comparison Mathematics GAP GAP Check Gaps in Levels of Understanding Depth of KnowledgeIntegrating Technology Standards: Integrating Technology Standards How can NET standards become integrated into existing Common Core Standards?Central Theme Standards: Curriculum Web Central Theme Central Theme Standards To create a Curriculum Web two important elements must be available, the central theme of the unit and the selected standards that will be emphasized within the unit.Slide 14: Listening Speaking Strand Writing Strand Reading Strand Language Strand THEME Center of the Curriculum WebThe Essential Question: What is the Essential Question in the Theme? Relate to Students' Lives Real Life Applications The Essential Question the theme must allow for many different areas of exploration and should relate to some facet of the students' lives so that it will capture their interest and give the unit a real-life application.Common Core Coding Practices: ELA Codes L . 8 . 2 c Strand Domain Standard Number Standard Cluster Grade Level Common Core Coding Practices Each standard articulates what students are to learn by the end of a school year. Understanding ELA Coding StructureCurriculum Web: Curriculum Web codes in the curriculum web demonstrate how each strand is related to common core standards & their subsets. purpose in developing a curriculum web is to show relationships between standards and theme or essential question ELA Standards & Essential QuestionSlide 18: The next step in developing the Curriculum Web would be to integrate additional standards that support the ELA standards charted for the unit, such as NETS Technology Standards. Construct a Curriculum Web to Identify Common Core Standards as they Relate to NET StandardsELA & NET Standards: ELA & NET Standards To integrate the unit standards, the PLC team would chart the Technology Standards within the ELA curriculum web as they match to the skills needed within the theme of the unit. ELA & NET StandardsSlide 20: Instructional Practices Common Core Curriculum M aterials Unit of Study Assessment Standards Authentic Task To complete this process successfully should promote high yield instructional practices by bringing together elements of the Common Core curriculum, assessment, and instruction (of materials and practices) into a coherent, workable unit of study.Slide 21: This presentation is designed to provide the viewer with information on how to adopt technology into the Common Core by relooking at traditional classroom tools and transitioning into new ways of teaching and learning. The Digital Sandbox explores the future of learning through the recreation of 21st Century learning environments. Visit the Digital Sandbox: Click above to visit us soon at the Digital Sandbox View Transcript of this Presentation on Scribd View videos and listen to audio transcript of this presentation at You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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