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CCSS

The webinars on this page are 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.



ODE Webinar Series

Recordings of the 2012-2013 series as well as archives from previous years.




ELA & Literacy Webinars



Mathematics Webinars



General



Language Arts Instructional Strategies for Special Education Teachers and All Teachers
Presenter Lisa Campbell, ELA and special education specialist and professional development leader of Hamilton County, Ohio, focused on critical changes in methods and content of instruction in language arts in the elementary grades under the Common Core Standards that teachers will need to incorporate into their instruction and curriculum.
Transition to the CCSS for Teachers of Student with Significant Cognitive Disabilities
Presenter Karen Erickson, special education expert at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, focused on important transitions in instructional approach for teachers of students with significant cognitive disabilities.
Language, Literacy, and the Common Core
Kenji Hakuta discussed the shifts, challenges, and opportunities that all students, especially English Language Learners (ELLs), face as they engage with the Common Core State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
ELLs and the Common Core in Mathematics
Judit Moschkovich discussed recommendations for mathematics instruction for ELLs. This webinar is targeted at mathematics teachers who have ELL students in their classrooms. Participants are encouraged to read Dr. Moschkovich's paper, "Mathematics, the Common Core, and Language" found in the Papers section of the website.
The Common Core: The Foundation of the RtI Network
This archived webinar From WestEd addresses how an effective multi-tiered academic RtI framework can help schools close the knowledge gap to meet the demands of the CCSS.
Support for Text Complexity
This webinar hosted by CCSSO shared tools and resources to support teachers and districts on text complexity, which is the linchpin of the ELA standards.
Implementing the CCSS for Mathematics
This webinar focused on recommended changes in curriculum, instruction, and programmatic support and shared resources, strategies, and timelines for implementation.
English Language Proficiency Development Framework
This four part webinar series by CCSSO on the English Language Proficiency Development (ELPD) Framework outlines the underlying English language practices found in the CCSS and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and communicates to ELL stakeholders the language that all ELLs must acquire in order to successfully engage the CCSS and NGSS.
Helping English Language Learners Meet the CCSS in ELA
This webinar hosted by the National Charter School Resource Center discussed how educators can help ELLs navigate the complex texts that will be required under the CCSS and recommended research-based strategies to help ELLs master content and further develop their skills with academic language.
Integrating the CCSS and CTE
Hear about the process to develop and evaluate instructional tasks that demonstrate how high school mathematics expectations can be applied using Career Technical Education (CTE) content. Click here to view the webinar.
Common Core Assessment Shifts
In this webinar, Susan Brookhart provides an overview of the Smarter Balanced assessment, identifies assessments shifts, and shares the implications of the Common Core for school-based formative and summative assessments.
Designing Quality Units Aligned to the ELA CCSS
In this webinar, Kathy Glass shared a process for using sample ELA standards to map comprehensive units of study. It may be particularly useful for 3rd–8th grade language arts and social studies teachers as well as department chairs, administrators and curriculum designers.
CCSS Mathematics: Shifts and Instructional Implications
In this webinar, Sandra Alberti discussed the major instructional shifts required by the standards, including the evidence behind the shifts.
NOTE: This webinar is not the first one listed; please scroll down.
The Principal’s Role in Implementing CCSS at the Secondary School Level
This webinar discusses what kinds of preparation principals must undertake to ensure that their students will be prepared to master new college- and career-ready standards and to demonstrate that mastery on the new assessments they will take in 2014-15.
ELA & Literacy: Shifts and Instructional Implications
In this webinar, Sandra Alberti discussed the major instructional shifts required by the standards, including the evidence behind the shifts.
Mathematics Common Core Standards and the Concept of Focus
This webinar from CCSSO included a presentation on the concept of focus in the Math standards, the work of the Math SCASS, and information on the Illustrative Mathematics Project.
The Principal’s Role in Bringing the Common Core State Standards to Routine Use: Essential Levers for Change
In this webinar, presenter Judy Carr focused on the role of the principal in using key levers for change to bring the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) to routine use throughout the school.
Making Your Efforts Effective Through a Focus on Text Complexity Demands
This session offered a look at various aspects of text complexity: how it is defined by the standards, as well as a range of measurement tools and how to use the tools for professional development.
What Teachers Can Learn from the New Smarter Balanced Sample Assessment Items for Math
This webinar offered guidance to teachers on what the new assessment items illustrate about the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics and accompanying assessments that students will be experiencing.
Personalize Learning to Meet the Common Core
The presenters in this webinar share how teachers can create personalized learning environments that support the diversity of learners in their classroom along with meeting the new CCSS. Note: The primary content of the webinar starts at the 8 minute mark.
Collaborative Conversations - Speaking and Listening in Secondary Classrooms
In this archive, Nancy Frey of San Diego State University highlights how teachers can utilize the CCSS Speaking and Listening Standards to inform focused, purposeful, collaborative conversations between students. She also shares an array of options for formal student presentations.
Where Does Differentiation Fit?
This ASCD webinar discusses why the CCSS calls for attention to student differences and the ways differentiation supports the instructional shifts of the Common Core.
Text Complexity in Reading and Writing
In this webinar you will review the three factors used to measure text complexity and will be given a guide that will allow you to analyze text from your curriculum to determine whether or not it is at the correct level of rigor.
Creating Communities of Support for Implementing the CCSS
This webinar provides information on how district, school, and classroom personnel can collaborate and create communities of support toward successful implementation. NOTE: This webinar is not the first one listed; please scroll down.
What Teachers Can Learn from the New Smarter Balanced Sample Assessment Items for ELA
This webinar offered guidance to teachers on what the new assessment items illustrate about the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics and accompanying assessments that students will be experiencing.
EduCore: Tools for Teaching the Common Core
The EduCore tool is a repository of evidence-based strategies, videos, and supporting documents that help middle and high school educators transition to the Common Core State Standards.
Performance Tasks for English Language Arts
This webinar describes performance tasks in detail and provide examples of key features of the performance tasks that will form an important part of the Smarter Balanced Assessment System.


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