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Susan and I would like to thank all of you who came out last Friday and participated in our Common Core workshop. The energy in the room was outstanding. We hope you were able to come away with a better understanding of designing your units of study around our SACI template. Creating curriculum around skills and standards is powerful, especially in combination with developing common assessments that measure the proficiency of the skills and standards being learned. If you would like a copy of our presentation please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Even though our work has consumed us during the evening hours and weekends, we have found it to be very rewarding, by meeting new people, sharing information and spreading the word on standards-based curriculum around the Common Core. This is an exciting time to make change in education. The Common Core State Standards and a new accountability system will bring both opportunity and challenges for us all.
At this point, we are asking for your feedback regarding your progress towards improvement of curriculum, assessment and instruction through a standards-based approach.
This will be our last blog for the school year! Thanks to everyone who has engaged with us on this journey of educational change and the CCSS!