Curriculum Standards

"The rigor that matters most for the 21st century is demonstrated mastery of the core competencies for work, citizenship, and lifelong learning. Studying academic content is the means of developing competencies, instead of being the goal, as it has been traditionally. In today's world, it's no longer how much you know." Tony Wagner, The Global Achievement Gap (2008)


The Standards

The standards that have been developed to date are those for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social, Science and Technical Subjects, and Mathematics.


How to Read the Standards
1. Look at the Strand first:
    RL: Reading for Literature
    RI: Reading for Information
    W: Writing
    SL: Speaking and Listening L: Language
    RF: Reading Foundations
2. Look at the Grade Level or College and Career Readiness Standard second
    K-5 or CCR (references an anchor standard)
3. Look at the Standard last

State Standards
 ELA and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects 
 ELA Appendix A: Research Supporting Key Elements of the Standards 
 ELA Appendix B: Text Exemplars and Sample Performance Tasks 
 ELA Appendix C: Samples of Student Writing 
 State Standards: Math 


Bloom's Taxonomy 


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 The New Bloom's Taxonomy - Visual 

Depth of Knowledge (DOK)

 Depth of Knowledge Chart 
 Cognitive Rigor Matrix - Applying DOK Levels to Bloom's Cognitive Process Dimensions - Math & Science 

Marzano's THE ART & SCIENCE of TEACHING Resources

 Learning Map - Marzano Art & Science of Teaching Framework 

Resources - Non-subject Specific
* Indicates resources from 2012 The Leadership Learning Centers, All Rights Reserved - Posted with Permission


Websites with Resources

Engage New York  


Other Resources

 Pedagogical Shifts demanded by the New State Standards - from Engage NY 
 New State Standards: Shifts for Students and Parents - PowerPoint from Engage NY 
 The Spiral Effect - ELA Example* 
 Examine the Spiral Effect - Writing Example* 
 Why Increase the Amount of Nonfiction Writing that Students do*


Resources - English Language Arts (ELA) Standards 
* Indicates resources from 2012 The Leadership Learning Centers, All Rights Reserved - Posted with Permission

 ELA K-12 Chart* 
 Literacy in History, Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects 6-12 *  
 Comparison Matrix - Types of Writing* 
 Thinking about Text Complexity* 


Resources - Math Standards

 Content and Practice Standards Define New Roles in Math Classroom article (Nancy Smith, July 19, 2012)



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