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Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
Common Core State Standards - Resources
Common Core State Standards - Mathematics Resources
Common Core State Standards - Mathematics Resources
Common Core State Standards
English Language Arts & Literacy Standards
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for Mathematics are the foundation of the K-12 Oregon Diploma; the Essential Skill of "apply mathematics" is embedded within the CCSS.
Moving to common standards in two content areas represents a major change for Oregon. ODE and its educational partners, are committed to providing educators with the tools they need to understand and implement the Common Core.
Awareness & Understanding
Understanding CCSS Content and Organization
Comparing CCSS to Oregon Standards, district curricula, and instructional materials
Action - Implementing
CCSS in the classroom
Videos of Instruction - The Teaching Channel
Find over 100 video examples of Common Core instruction on The Teaching Channel website by clicking on "Common Core" on the left hand menu.
Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities
The documents on these pages provide all educators with resources that focus on the differentiated instruction of students with special needs.
Achieve the Core
Free, high-quality resources for educators to implement the Common Core State Standards.
Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners
The documents on this page provide all educators with resources that focus on the needs of English language learners. Educators should continue to reference the resources available on other CCSS pages for content-specific information.
CCSS Scope and Sequence Documents (Louisiana)
Teachers across Louisiana have collaborated to create year-long scope and sequences for ELA and math. These tools should be adapted to meet the needs of teachers and the specific students they teach.
NOTE: When the login/password prompt comes up, click CANCEL and the document you selected will open.
The lesson plans, unit plans, centers, textbook supplements, and other resources found on Wiki-Teacher are created and shared by educators. Resources contributed to the site are reviewed by content experts and peer-rated by all of the members of Wiki-Teacher. Users can create an account free of charge.
Webinars designed to keep teachers, schools, and districts informed about the progress toward implementation of the Common Core as well as the resources available to support them in their efforts
CCSS Toolkit: Math Teachers
The purpose of the Mathematics Toolkit is to assist teachers in implementing the Common Core in their classrooms. The toolkit uses a sequential process and is organized into three phases: Awareness & Transition, Implementation, and Evalute & Refine.
Parent Guides for the Common Core
These materials provide guidance to parents about what their children will be learning and how they can support that learning. Some materials available in both English and Spanish.
Assessment Resources for CCSS (Smarter Balanced)
Find links to sample items and tasks for students, training tests, and sample items for teachers that can be used to design classroom tasks that will prepare students for the Smarter Balanced Assessment.
CCSS Sample K-5 Report Cards
These sample report cards for K-5 from the David Douglas School District incorporates the Common Core State Standards for both ELA and Math.
Problems of the Month (Inside Mathematics)
The Problems of the Month are designed to be used schoolwide to promote a problem-solving theme. The problem is divided into five levels, Level A through E, to allow access and scaffolding for the students into different aspects of the problem and to stretch students to go deeper into mathematical complexity.
Regional Training Series
"Oregon in Action"
The statewide Regional Training Series "Oregon in Action" for district and school leaders of CCSS, offers trainings on the Common Core State Standards in both English Language Arts & Literacy and Mathematics.
CCSS Lesson Review Rubric
The Tri-State Collaborative has developed criterion-based rubrics and review processes to evaluate the quality of lessons and units intended to address the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and ELA/Literacy.
This site features classroom examples of innovative teaching methods and insights into student learning, tools for mathematics instruction that teachers can use immediately, and video tours of the ideas and materials on the site.
EduCore: Math Tools
Classroom Challenges, developed by the Mathematics Assessment Project (MARS), include both problem-solving and content development formative assessment lessons. Here you can access lesson plans, student materials, PowerPoint slides, and other resource materials to facilitate the implementation of the Classroom Challenges in support of the Common Core State Standards.
Mathematics Assessment Project (MAP)
This project is working to design and develop well-engineered assessment tools to support U.S. schools in implementing the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSS).
LearnZillion offers K-5 lessons, including videos with author's voiceover, and assessments aligned to the CCSS for ELA and Math. Teachers can register for a free password.
Progressions for the CCSSM (DRAFTS)
Progression documents can explain why standards are sequenced the way they are, point out cognitive difficulties and pedagogical solutions, and give more detail on particularly knotty areas of the mathematics.
Math Practices Posters in Student Language
Created by the Jordan School District, these posters offer student friendly descriptions of each of the eight mathematical practices.
The Illustrative Mathematics Project
This website is currently under construction. On completion, it will display the standards in multiple views and provide easy access to tasks associated with individual standards and higher order structures in the standards.
Math Practices Posters in Spanish
These posters were designed by Javier S. Guerrero and are provided as part of the Common Core Translation Project.
California's eStandards for CCSS
Search the CCSS for Mathematics by keyword
Practical Strategies to Improve Academic Discussions in Mixed Ability Secondary Content Area Classrooms
This article by Kevin Feldman and Kate Kinsella outlines five key principles to structuring academic discussions so that all students are productively engaged.
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