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Unformatted text preview: © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy 1 Illinois Learning Standards Information from http:// www.isbe.net © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and 2 Illinois Learning Standards © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and 3 Topics in this Presentation Standards as achievement tests Performance Descriptors Classroom Assessments © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and 4 Background of Standards Adopted in 1997 Contain 33 goals, 98 standards, and over 1000 benchmarks Have 5 Applications of Learning Have 8 core subject areas: English Mathematics Science Social Studies Physical Devt/Health Fine Arts Foreign Language Social/Emotional Learning © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and 5 Applications of Learning Each core subject area contains the 5 cross disciplinary abilities: Solving problems Communicating Using technology Use appropriate instruments, electronic equipment, Use appropriate instruments, electronic equipment, computers and networks to access information, computers and networks to access information, process ideas and communicate results. process ideas and communicate results. Working on teams Making connections © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and 6 Standards are Achievement Targets Performance Descriptors Benchmarks Learning Standards Goals © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and 7 Goals Goals are the most general of the statements about learning. There are 33 state goals in 8 learning areas. Example: Learning area: English Goal 5: Use the language arts to acquire, assess and communicate information © 2005 Illinois Mathematics and 8 Learning Standards Learning standards are aligned under each goal area....
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 220 taught by Professor Kearn during the Fall '11 term at BYU.
 Fall '11
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