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Standards-based education is the process of basic teaching, learning and assessment that focuses on national, state, and local educational standards. Academic Content Standards are statements of what students are expected to know and be able to do at specified grade levels.
Social Sciences Standards Adopted May 2018
The 6-12 literacy standards for History/Social Studies are not meant to replace the content standards in the social sciences but rather to supplement them. The emphasis in the literacy standards is for students to learn to read and write in English Language Arts and to further develop reading and writing skills specific to social sciences’ content.
Expectations of Excellence: Curriculum Standards for Social Studies
Voluntary National Content Standards in Economics
NAEP U.S. History Framework
This page contains materials from the 2016 Oregon Social Sciences Summit Event.
For Pre-Summit Review:
the current Oregon standards, statements of what students should know and be able to do in civics, economics, financial literacy, geography, history, and Social Science Analysis, adopted in August 2011.
A framework developed through collaboration between the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and fifteen national Social Studies organizations for states to use to update, review or reinvent their state social studies standards. This framework has not yet been discussed or adopted by the Oregon State Board of Education. Most useful to the day’s discussion will be reviewing the three Dimensions that begin on p. 23.
Oregon Social Sciences Summit Discussion Notes
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