Iowa Core Cirriculum
By: Haylee Deuth
What is Iowa Core Cirriculum?
What does the Iowa Core offer students?
Ensures success by providing a world class curriculum & prepares students for life after school is over.
What does the ICC offer teachers?
What are the 5 Characteristics of Effective Instruction?
- Student Centered Classroom
- Teaching For Understanding
- Assessment For Learning
- Rigorous/Relevance Curriculum
- Teaching For Learning Differences
Differences Between Learning:
Enacted: content actually delivered during instruction
Assessed: content assessed to determine achievement
What is the role/makeup of a ICC Leadership Team?
3 Main Stakeholders of the icc:
3 Main Parts of Icc:
What is Assessment for Learning?
Content Areas Included in the Icc:
- Social Studies
- 21st century skills
What are 21st century skills?
- Civil literacy
- Financial literacy
- Health literacy
- Technology Literacy
- Employability Skills
- Reading: Literature
- Reading: Informational Text
- Reading: Foundational Skills
- Science as Inquiry
- Earth & Space
- Life Science
- Physical Science
Social Studies Content:
- Behavioral Sciences
- Political Science/Civil Literacy
What is a student centered classroom?
Rigorous & Relevant Curriculum:
Relevant: requires students to use knowledge to solve real world problems.
Six Levels of Bloom Taxonomy
5 Levels of Application Model:
- knowledge in one disciple
- apply in discipline
- apply across disciplines
- apply to real world situations (predicted)
- apply to real world situation (unpredicted)
The quadrants of the framework:
Quadrant B: Application- students use acquired knowledge to solve problems.
Quadrant C: Assimilation- students extend/refine acquired knowledge to be able to use it automatically.
Quadrant D: Adaptation- students think of complex ways to apply knowledge and skills & further develop knowledge and understanding