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The Common Core State Standards
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This professionallymade video provides a nice overview about the The Common Core State Standards and what it means for your students and curriculum. It was produced for MCPS (Montgomery County Public Schools) but applies to all teachers that are mo
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Common Core "We Can" Statements
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This link is NOT a video, but provides 6 PDF documents for Common Core standards for math and reading/language arts/writing in grades K5. The standards have been rewritten into student friendly/parent friendly language.
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Common Core Standards Initiative Introduction
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This video gives good facts about the new common core standards initiative. The beginning of the video shows facts about how the US measures up with other countries. Then the new Common Core standards are discussed by teachers and administrators. It
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gives the who, what, where, when on CCCS. This is a great resource for introducing parents to CCCS and would also great for school professional development. (5:54)
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Common Core StandardsLiterary NonFiction in Grades 612
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The Common Core State Standards expand the use of literary nonfiction in later grades. Literary nonfiction include essays, founding documents, and speeches. English teachers are experts to help students understand this type of texts. This short vi
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deo is great for professional development and offers a springboard for teachers and administrators to start discussing how best to implement Common Core in their schools. (1:33)
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Common Core Standards  Mathematical Practices (Part 1 of 2)
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In this video, Mr. Almeida talks about the first 4 our of 8 mathematical practices found in the Common Core Standards. (1) Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. (2) Reason abstractly and quantitatively. (3) Construct viable argumen
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ts and critique the reasoning of others. (4) Model with mathematics. Examples are provided on the computer screen as the narrator explains the examples. (12:01)
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Why Common Core?
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This professionallymade video from the National PTA explains why we need the Common Core State Standards. Several facts and examples are provided to support the argument. (07:00)
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Background for Common Core Standards
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Dr. Douglas B. Reeves discusses Common Core State Standards and the many differences that created an apparent need for a curriculum. This 34 minute video gives an explanation of why they were constructed and what they represent. Also mentioned is the
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assessments. Several issues are discussed. Both math and language art standards are explored.
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Common Core Website Tutorial Video
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This three minute video is about how to use the Common Core website.
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Ze'ev Wurman on Faults of Common Core Standards
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California and 47 other states are considering adopting commoncore state standards for K12 in math and English language arts. Ze'ev Wurman, who helped develop the state's standards and assessments a decade previously. The audio is sketchy. The prob
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lems he brings are significant in that the common core standards are not as high as those already required in the state. In other words, the national requirements could reduce the rigor for California standards. (09:51)
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How Will Common Core Change the Expectations for Students
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This episode explains some of the differnces between reading requirements and rigor in the past and that required by Common Core. (01:20)
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