Assessment of the_written,_taught,_and_tested_curriculum

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Published on July 23, 2014

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Sustained Internship #6 Assessment of the Written, Taught, and Tested Curriculum Tammy Svitek EDUC 6422, Dr. Bishop Spring 2014

Context - Teacher • Female • Early 30s • Seventh Year Teacher • Bachelors in Political Science at Pennsylvania State University • Masters in C&I from Edinboro University

Context - Course • 8th Grade Civics and Economics • Honors, Academic, and Inclusion Classes

Written Curriculum CE.11a applying the concepts of: scarcity, resources, choice, opportunity cost, price, incentives, supply and demand, production, and consumption. CE.11b comparing the differences among: traditional, free market, command, and mixed economies. The student will demonstrate knowledge of how economic decisions are made in the marketplace by…

Written Curriculum Web’s DOK Bloom’s Level 1: Recall/ Reproduction Level 2: Skills & Concepts Level 3: Strategic Thinking/ Reasoning Level 4: Extended Thinking Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create CE.11a Applying knowledge of certain economic terms CE.11b Comparing differences between types of economies CE.11a CE.11b

Taught Curriculum Objective  SWBAT demonstrate that they have learned key economic vocabulary by passing a quiz with a 75% or higher. Agenda  Review your study guide  Quiz on Key Economic Terms  Restaurants  Notes and Notebook CE.11a, Summative CE.11b, Formative CE.11a, Summative CE.11a, Formative CE.11b, Formative / Written Curriculum

Written Curriculum Web’s DOK Bloom’s Level 1: Recall/ Reproduction Level 2: Skills & Concepts Level 3: Strategic Thinking/ Reasoning Level 4: Extended Thinking Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create Objective Demonstrate knowledge of vocabulary Activity #1 Review Study Guide CE.11a CE.11b Obj. #1 Activity #2 Quiz on Key Economic Terms #2 Activity #3 Restaurants #3 Activity #4 Notes and Notebook #4 / Taught

Tested Curriculum Classroom Assessment o Quiz on Economic Terms (CE.11a) o Upcoming Summative Assessment on Types of Economies State Assessment o 7 items for a range of 8 standards that include CE.11a-b (SOL Blueprint) o 4 items (2013)

Written / Taught Web’s DOK Bloom’s Level 1: Recall/ Reproduction Level 2: Skills & Concepts Level 3: Strategic Thinking/ Reasoning Level 4: Extended Thinking Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create Economies Test CE.11a CE.11b Obj. #1 #2 #3 #4 / Tested Quiz Vocab Quiz SOL SOL SOL Test

Findings  Direct alignment between content of written, taught, and tested curriculum  Depth of knowledge and Bloom’s level of taught curriculum is generally lower than that of written and taught curriculum  Reasonable, since this lesson is meant to build students’ foundational knowledge  Activities fully engaged students  Transitions and directions for activities needed clarity.

Resources  Hess, K., Carlock, D., Jones, B., & Walkup, J. (2009) What exactly do “fewer, clearer, and higher standards” really look like in the classroom? Using the cognitive rigor matrix to analyze curriculum, plan lessons, and implement curriculum. Retrieved from http://www.sde.idaho.gov/site/common/webinars/Cognitive%20Rigor%20Matrix%20A rticle_Hess,%20Carlock,%20Jones,%20and %20Walkup.pdf  SOL Blueprint, Virginia Department of Education  SOL Framework, Loudoun County  2013 Released Civics and Economics SOL, Virginia Department of Education

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