List of resources for CCSS mathematics
This is a list of blog discussions about the math progressions, links to sample progressions, links to sample assessment types, research about the effectiveness, etc. It is a collection of key links if you are working to align your curriculum to the CCSS mathematics.
Blooms linked to Webb’s DOK
This is a great tool as you examine the connections between the verbs you used in the skill statements and the verbs you use in your activities. The evidence from the assessment column should be an EXACT match to the verbs in the other areas of the map.
Jacob’s Coaching Protocols
These protocols were developed by Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs over the past ten years. They have evolved into a wonderful tool to help when giving feedback on our maps. Teams of faculty can use these to examine the quality of their own maps.
Samples of Unpacking and Translating
This is a sample of work from a group of teachers in NY. They were underlining the verbs and highlighting the nouns as they began the unpacking and translating process.
Unpacking CLIs grade 3
This is a sample of work from a group of teachers in NY. They were reading the CLIs together and thinking about which units in their curriculum would be best for generating evidence of each CLI. You can see where they highlighted the words that connected to their grade level and content area under discussion.
You can also do this process with the mathematical practices or MPs.
Samples of Process
Mental Mapping – Citizenship
This is a sample of work created by Dr. Ann Johnson and Dr. Marie Alcock during a workshop at CMI 2012. We were modeling the process of taking existing curriculum and translating it into the format of a Curriculum Map. We were also focused on aligning the work to the CCSS which is why you will see the standards for this unit under the graphic starting to get unpacked into content and skill statements.
Essential Questions: reading, writing, mathematics Grade 8
These are reworked from a sample site NJ Clarifications Project. They are great examples and were a part of a project with Grant Wiggins.