Phase I: Raise Awareness
Goal 2: Understand and clearly communicate the changes between the 2011 P-12 Learning Standards and the NYS Next Generation Learning Standards.
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Introduction to the Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards
These Powerpoint presentations from Capital Region BOCES introduces the New York State Next Generation Mathematics and ELA Learning Standards.
Utilizing Standards Resources
These materials from Capital Region BOCES examine the standard resources for the ELA and mathematics standards, and the standards vocabulary.
Getting to Know the Standards: Using Bloom’s Taxonomy to Understand the Vocabulary Within the Standards
This Powerpoint presentation outlines a professional development activity to build understanding of the vocabulary within the standards.
Leading Teachers Through Deconstructing the Standards
This webinar and the accompanying materials will show you the process that we used to plan and deliver a full day of professional development to several hundred teachers from five school districts on deconstructing standards.
Examining the Grade Level Changes Using the Crosswalks and Snapshots
This Powerpoint presentation from Capital Region BOCES examines English Language Arts curriculum changes using crosswalks and snapshots
How to Support Changing Expectations within the Standards
These Powerpoint presentations from Capital Region BOCES focuses on reviewing the new Lifelong Practices of Readers and Writers for mathematics and ELA.
Developing Teaching Points
This Powerpoint presentation from Capital Region BOCES outlines a professional development activity to develop teaching points for all students
Resources Choice Board
This webinar shows a process and materials developed at Erie 2 BOCES for engaging teachers and administrators in examining resources to support the implementation of the Next Generation Standards from a variety of entry points (i.e., Beginning, Intermediate, Mastery).