1 The Common Core and Role of Guidance & Counseling G E A R U P W E S T C O N F E R E N C E S E P T E M B E R 3 0, M I K E H U B E R T, D I R E C T O R D A N I S E A C K E L S O N, S U P E R V I S O R, G U I D A N C E & C O U N S E L I N G OSPI
2 Topics to Cover What are the Common Core State Standards all about? Why should guidance & counseling support the standards? What can be the role of guidance & counseling programs in implementing the standards? Acting on it How can CGCA support the implementation in our state?
3 What s the End Game for K-12 Education?
4 College & Career Readiness & School Guidance & Counseling School counselors design and deliver comprehensive school counseling programs that promote student achievement. Opening statement from the Executive Summary of the ASCA National Model, Third Edition
5 CCSS for School Counselors? Crazy Counselor Should Slowdown? Counselor Consistently Shuns Sleep? Collaborative Counseling Satisfies Students? Comprehensive Counseling Simple Steps? What do you think?
7 What is Common Core? Common Core is a real-world approach to learning and teaching. Developed by education experts from 45 states, these K-12 learning standards go deeper into key concepts in math and English-language arts. The standards require a practical, real-life application of knowledge that prepares Washington students for success in college, work and life.
8 The Common Core provides: Consistent learning expectations for all students. Clear standards that focus on understanding over memorization. Emphasis on the critical topics students need to succeed after high school. Faster testing results with a better, more focused online assessment system.
9 The CCSS are: Aligned with college and work expectations Focused and coherent Rigorous content and application Builds upon strengths and lessons of current standards Internationally benchmarked / global economy Evidence-based
10 CCSS does not define: How teachers should teach All that can or should be taught The nature of advanced work The interventions needed for low performers The full range of ELL and special needs supports All knowledge and skills needed to be college and career ready
11 CCSS: College and Career Readiness These standards define the knowledge and skills students should have within their K-12 education careers so that they will graduate high school able to succeed in entry-level, credit-bearing academic college courses and in workforce training programs. -Common Core State Standards
12 What is the Difference Between Readiness and Eligibility? Today s high school diploma certifies college eligibility via specified courses taken and grades received. College eligibility is not the same as college readiness. College and career readiness is more complex and multi-dimensional than meeting eligibility standards. -Educational Policy Improvement Center, David Conley
13 think: ELEMENTS OF CAREER AND COLLEGE READINESS Problem Formulation Research Interpretation Communication Precision & Accuracy Key Cognitive Strategies Key Content Knowledge know: Structure of Knowledge Challenge Level Value Attribution Effort go: Postsecondary Awareness Postsecondary Costs Matriculation Career Awareness Role and Identity Self-advocacy Key Transition Knowledge and Skills Key Learning Skills and Techniques act: Ownership of Learning Learning Techniques Source: Dr. David Conley, Educational Policy Improvement Center
14 . How do we prepare students?
15 Career and College Ready Learning Expectations for k-12 Vision Every Washington Student and Educator Purpose Core Values All students leave high school college and career ready Our Purpose: To develop a statewide system with resources that support partners at all levels in their preparation of educators and students to implement the CCSS.
16 Smarter Balanced Assessment System Components Common Core State Standards specify K-12 expectations for college and career readiness Teacher resources for formative assessment practices to improve instruction Summative assessments Benchmarked to college and career readiness Teachers and schools have information and tools they need to improve teaching and learning Interim assessments Flexible, open, used for actionable feedback All students leave high school college and career ready
17 Testing System Transition in WA ()
18 Scattering the Seeds of Reform 18 PLC s INITIATIVE
19 McCleary Court Decision Research Demonstrating Student Achievement Nine Characteristics of High Performing Schools A Landscaped Design and Approach 19 District-directed professional learning structures Prototypical School Model Student and School Success Aligned Federal and State Programs National Board Certification Comprehensive Mentor & Induction Programs (BEST) Pre-Service Programs CTWG Recommendations Teacher and Principal Evaluation (TPEP) Common Core State Standards Professional Learning Aligned to Standards Regional Support Systems (ESDs)
20 CCSS Washington s Implementation Timeline & Activities Phase 1: CCSS Exploration Phase 2: Build Awareness & Begin Building Statewide Capacity Phase 3: Build Statewide Capacity and Classroom Transitions Phase 4: Statewide Application and Assessment Ongoing: Statewide Coordination and Collaboration to Support
21 21st century thinkers that are prepared for college and career have identifiable characteristics, Habits of Mind, which attribute to their success. These patterns of intellectual behavior can be taught by intentionally designing environments in which learning, teaching, and assessment all focus on developing students Habits of Mind capabilities, practices, and metacognition. Habits of Mind
22 The big ideas: Language Arts / Reading 0 Demonstrate independence Build strong content knowledge Respond to the varying demands of audience, task, purpose, and discipline Comprehend as well as critique Value evidence Use technology strategically and capably Come to understand other perspectives and cultures
23 Standards for Mathematical Practice Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them Reason abstractly and quantitatively Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others Model with mathematics Use appropriate tools strategically Attend to precision Look for and make use of structure Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning
24 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Example Activities: Assist in identifying Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions Monitor student progress Other ideas???
25 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Example Activities: Identifying students off-track for college and career readiness Tracking and responding to students repeating math courses Encouraging dual enrollment options Examining and addressing issues related to accessing higher-level math courses Link high-demand STEM opportunities to Math skills Other ideas???
26 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Instructional Time Example Activities: Help identify ways to extend learning time including such Tier 2 strategies as tutoring and additional review sessions Monitor student progress to Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions Determine effects of interventions on student achievement school-wide Help identify extended learning opportunities Other ideas???
27 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Instructional Time Instructional Practice Example Activities: Determine impacts of CCSS on student development of individual learning / HSBPs / Programs of Study Develop and deliver college and career readiness lesson plans aligned with C & C standards Other ideas???
28 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Instructional Time Instructional Practice Professional Learning Example Activities: Organize PD within your CGCP to address Habits of Mind, and career readiness outcomes Other ideas???
29 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Instructional Time Instructional Practice Professional Learning Assessment Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Instructional Time Instructional Practices Professional Learning Assessment Example Activities: Ensure that students and parents understand themselves through interpretation of assessment results and implications for readiness for college and career Learn about Smarter Balanced Assessment system Use data to identify student needs and monitor progress Other ideas???
30 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Instructional Time Instructional Practice Instructional Practices Professional Learning Professional Assessment Learning Technology Integration Mathematics Instruction Assessment Technology Integration Example Activities: Utilizing student achievement, attendance, and behavior data to identify struggling students, address barriers to learning and provide supports utilizing RTI/PBIS models Other ideas???
31 Act on it Key Action Steps Literacy Instruction Mathematics Literacy Instruction Mathematics Instruction Instruction Instructional Time Instructional Practice Professional Learning Instructional Time Instructional Practices Professional Assessment Learning Technology Integration Culture Assessment Technology Integration Culture Example Activities: Develop a written philosophy for the school guidance & counseling program Indicate an agreed upon set of beliefs and expectations relating to the ability of every student to achieve at high levels Enhance the visual and auditory signals that indicate a school culture focused on college and career success of all students Other ideas???
32 CCSS Requires Guidance & Counseling to Think across grade levels Develop comprehensive guidance and counseling programs Provide focused professional support to teachers Provide academic supports to students Create standards-based college and career focused lessons Align guidance and counseling accountability with ASCA standards Design clearer processes for course sequencing and credit articulation
33 School Guidance and Counseling Programs address: barriers that interferes with student ability to learn, to succeed, and participate in the learning process.
34 What is practical for counseling programs? Content of guidance curriculum and activities aligned with college and career readiness OSPI has Career Guidance WA Career Bridge WA Workforce WSAC Ready Set Grad Increase focus on career development initiatives Use tools for HSBP and CP in WA Lessons to develop portfolio starting in middle school Student-led conference that lead to student-informed scheduling Evidence-based practices Data tells the story for schools
35 Act on it Signaling a College-Going Culture Visuals College and STEM posters Posting of scholarship information Posting a list of postsecondary acceptances Posting CTE program completers / certifications recipients Other practices???
36 Act on it Signaling a College-Going Culture Auditory Announcements of postsecondary acceptances, scholarship winners Conversations with students abut readiness and preparation College / career talk among students and teachers Announcing a list of AP scholars / Tech Prep completers and other awards Other practices???
37 Act on it Signaling a College-Going Culture Rituals & Practices Celebrations for academic achievement Celebrations of STEM and CTE Achievements Honors luncheons NHS inductions Other practices???
38 Act on it Signaling a College-Going Culture Systems and Structures Open access to AP and IB C & C readiness guidance curriculum Registering for rigor College/career positive advisory curriculum in place for all students Outreach activities to engage underrepresented student communities in readiness activities and supports
39 CGCA s CCSS Action Plan Potential plan considerations & questions Communications to membership Professional learning opportunities Supporting statewide implementation What are the resources you need to do this work?
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