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Old 07-23-2013, 08:22 PM
 
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My principal has asked each grade level team to come up with a list of "super standards" from the Common Core State Standards. He wants to distribute this list to the parents, so that they will be informed about what standards their children will master during the school year. My question is, do any of you do this or something similar at your school? If so, what does your list look like?


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We pass out curriculum guides for each grade level in our district to the parents. The guides provide the CC standards.
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Look at the Common Core standards
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In ELA, look for the set of 10 anchor standards. In math, use the Standards for Mathematical Practice (8 of them) and then the critical areas for each grade level. The anchor standards and SMPs apply to every grade level, and they govern everything else. That way, you wouldn't have to get into confusing detail.
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PTA parent guides
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PTA has put together parent guides for every grade level.
http://www.pta.org/parents/content.cfm?ItemNumber=2583
It may be helpful.

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I've passed out the PTA guides in the past. I think they are a great way to inform parents of the CCSS! However, my principal is pushing for something more detailed. I will keep all of your suggestions in mind though. Thank you!


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Our school system provides us with grade level brochures to inform the parents about our standards. Also, we send out a list of sites where they and their children can go to to practice grade level skills. Maybe your state d.o.e. has one that you can download and print for parents. I think I have seen something there in the past on our state site.
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