• What I would call “cross-walk documents” between the CORE and Ohio’s “old” standards
ELA: At the top it says “comparative analysis”
Math: K-8 Comparative Analysis and HS Crosswalk in middle of page
• Ohio’s Model Curricula:
ELA: towards the bottom- http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Academic-Content-Standards/English
Math: towards the bottom- http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Academic-Content-Standards/Mathematics
EXCELLENT resource explaining how PARCC interprets the Common CORE for Math and ELA. Excellent for “shifts” and areas of focus. It’s a “can’t miss” resource.
A couple of webinars concerning the Common CORE
There is a TON of excellent information in here. I will highlight a few, but there are many more great resources in here.
http://www.engageny.org/common-core-curriculum/ : Math and ELA Common CORE exemplar lessons
An excellent resource called the Tri-State Rubric. It’s a rubric for both Math and ELA to “score” a Common CORE lesson. Very effective at identifying the level of rigor necessary to be a “Common CORE lesson”
New York State Dept of Ed:
Links to 10 videos entitled “Bringing the Common Core to Life”