Southeast Comprehensive Center VideosEach video is an audiovisual resource that focuses on one or more specific standards and usually includes examples/illustrations geared to enhancing understanding. The intent of each content-focused video is to clarify the meaning of the individual standa
Great Minds Video Gallery The teacher-writers of Eureka Math have created a number of videos touching on key elements of the curriculum including sprints, number bonds, ten frames, and more.
NCTM and Hunt Institute Video Seriesvideos to enhance understanding of the mathematics that students need to succeed in college, life, and careers
Teaching the CoreThe Teaching the Core Video Library holds over 60 videos (more coming soon) of Common Core instruction in real classroom settings.
Common Core Discussion on KCRW’s To The Point (video)KCRW’s To the Point hosted a discussion on the Common Core State Standards and the “political football” that they’ve become.
The Common Core State Standards and EquityThis series of web-based videos highlight the successes, struggles, and future plans of states, districts, and schools leading the way implementing the Common Core State Standards, with a particular focus on struggling middle and high school students.
New Videos From the Council of the Great City SchoolsThe Council of the Great City Schools has released a new series of videos on the Common Core State Standards. The three minute and two shorter subject specific videos help explain why the Common Core State Standards are important for his future.
The Common Core ShiftsThis new video presented focuses on the Common Core shifts in mathematics. This 5-minute video addresses how the math standards push teachers to significantly narrow and deepen the way time and energy is spent in the math classroom.
Inside MathematicsVideo excerpts of mathematics lessons correlated with the practice standards, resources on content standards alignment, and videos of exemplary lessons in both elementary and secondary settings.
CCSSO Common Core Implementation Video SeriesTo further aid states as they continue to implement the Common Core State Standards, the Hunt Institute and the Council of Chief State School Officers have commissioned a series of video vignettes that explain the Standards in far greater depth.
CGCS Video SeriesCGCS also released a corresponding 45-minute professional development video on the shifts in the Common Core for mathematics.
Phil Daro - The Formative Principles of the Common Core StandardsPhil Daro talks about the principles that he and the other Common Core Standards authors used in forming the new standards, their intention and their vision. Daro speaks to the potential that these standards have to make change in the US national educatio
Phil Daro- Teaching Chapters, Not LessonsPhil Daro describes how lesson-sized pieces do not serve mathematics well, and that chapters provide a much better grain size for the material.
Phil Daro- Against "Answer-Getting"Video where Phil Daro goes into detail on the problems of "Answer-getting," one of the practices the new Common Core Standards intend to greatly reduce.
NCSM Webinar SeriesFuture and archived webinars around the Common Core and topics in math education.
Common Core State Standards for Mathematics: Shifts and Implications for InstructionOn March 29, CCSSO hosted a webinar, supported by the Kansas EAG State Consortium project, titled "Common Core State Standards for Mathematics: Shifts and Implications for Instruction".
Student Achievement Partners' Release of Common Core PD ModulesThe four modules cover the following topics: the Common Core Shifts in Math, the Common Core Shifts in ELA/Literacy, Creating Text Dependent Questions in ELA/Literacy, and Instructional Leadership in the context of the Common Core. hosted over 140 free webinars in 2012 on a wide variety of topics. Some of the hot topics of the year included math games in the classroom, iPads, tech tools, mobile technology, and the brain and learning.
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David Barnes
Standards Coordinator / Math Consultant
(785) 296-3486

  Michelle Irvine
Senior Administrative Assistant
(785) 296-2078


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