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Achieve/PARCC: Common Core Implementation Workbook

 

Aguilar, E.  (2013).  Coaching towards the Common Core State Standards.  Education Week

 

Alber, R.  (2014).  Teaching students not standards. Edutopia.

 

Au, K., & Raphael, T.  (2011).  Five mistakes people make in implementing the Common Core Standards.  Schoolwise

 

Barrett-Tatum, J. (2015). Examining English language arts common core state standards instruction through cultural historical activity theory. Education

Policy Analysis Archives, 23(63).

 

Berchini, V. (2016). Curriculum matters: The Common Core, authors of color, and inclusion for inclusion’s sake. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 60(1), 55–62.

 

Bridges-Rhoads, S., & Van Cleave, J. (2016). #theStandards: Knowledge, freedom, and the Common Core. Language Arts, 93(4), 260-272: Using hastags to share resources.

 

Calkins, L., Ehrenworth, M., & Lehman, C.  (2012).  Pathways to the Common Core: Accelerating achievement.  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Common Core. (2014). Common Core curriculum: English language arts, Grades 9-12.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

Crawford, J. T.  (2012). Aligning your curriculum to the Common Core State Standards. Los Angeles: Corwin Press.

 

Davis, M. (2012).  New tool to provide tech inventory for Common Core.  Education Week.

 

Dunsmore, K.  (2012).  Creating a culture of teacher learning: Thinking systematically about Common Core.  Learning in Literacy Exchange.

 

Dunsmore, K., & Nelson, C. (2014). Building capacity for sustained change: Characteristics of Common Core implementation models that actually work. Michigan Reading Journal, 47(1).

 

Education Week: Moving Beyond the Mainstream: Helping Diverse Learners Master the Common Core

 

Education Week Research Center: From Adoption to Practice: Teacher Perspectives on the Common Core

 

Ellison, K., & Freedberg, L. (2015). Project-based learning on the rise under the Common Core. EdSource

 

Fecho, B., Falter, M., & Hong, X. (Eds.). (2016). Teaching outside the box but inside the standards: Making room for dialogue. New York: Teachers College Press

 

Fulling the Promise of the Common Core State Standards, ASCD, downloadable pdf

 

Gallagher, K. (2015). In the best interest of students: Staying true to what works in the ELA classroom. Portland, ME: Stenhouse.

 

Gardner, M. (2012).  State [California] plans big changes to testing, implementation.  San Diego Union Tribune

 

Gates Foundation  (2012).  Early 2012 survey on the teachers' level of preparedness for implementing the CCSS

 

Gewertz, C.  (2012).  Common core test group gives higher ed. voting rights.  Education Week.

 

Gewertz, C.  (2012). History lessons blend content knowledge, literacy.  Education Weekly (use of history primary documents for addressing the social studies CCSS)

 

Gewertz, C. (2013).  Common Core study: Teachers aiming too low with reading assignments.  Education Week

 

Gewertz, C. (2014).  Common Core At Four: Sizing Up the Enterprise. Education Week

 

Gewertz, C. (2014). Two Districts, Two Approaches to Common Core Curriculum. Education Week

 

Giouroukakis, V. M., & Connolly, M. (2012).  Getting to the core of English Language Arts, Grades 6-12: How to meet the Common Core State Standards with lessons from the classroom.  Los Angeles: Corwin Press.

 

Gura, M., & Reissman, R. (2015). Project based literacy fun literacy projects for powerful Common Core learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

 

Heitin, L.  (2013).  In Common Core, teachers see interdisciplinary opportunities.  Education Week.

 

Hodge, E. M., . Benko, S. L., &  Salloum, S. J. (2020). Tracing states’ messages about Common Core instruction: An analysis of English/Language Arts and close reading resources. Teachers College Record, 122(3).

 

Lee, J., & Wu, Y. (2017). Is the Common Core racing America to the top? Tracking changes in state standards, school practices, and student achievement. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 25(35). 

 

Lent, R. C., & Gilmore, B.  (2013).  Common Core CPR: What about the adolescents who struggle...or just don't care.  Los Angeles: Corwin.

 

Loveless, T. (2012). How well are American students learning?  Washington, DC: Brookings Institute (finds no relationships between states with high standards and student achievement)

 

Malu, K. F., & Schaefer, M. B. (2015). Research on teaching and learning with the literacies of young adolescents. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

 

Mathis, W.  (2012).  Common Core State Standards.  National Education Policy Center

 

Maxwell, L.  (2012).  ELLs are the focus of teacher-led projects on CCSS.   Education Week.

 

McDonnell, L. M., & Weatherford, M. S. (2013).  Organized interests and the Common Core.  Educational Researcher, 42(9), 488-497.

 

McKnight, K. S. (2014). Common Core literacy for ELA, history/social studies, and the humanities: Strategies to deepen content knowledge (Grades 6-12). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

Murphy, P. J., & Regenstein, E.  (2012).  How much will the Common Core Cost? (analysis of savings associated with the adoption of digital/online texts).  Washington, DC: Fordham Foundation.

 

National Research Council. (2012). Education for life and work: Developing transferable knowledge and skills in the 21st century. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

 

NCLE: Remodeling Literacy Learning Together: Paths to Standards Implementation 

 

Pearson, P. D., & Hiebert, E. H. (Eds.). (2015). Research-based practices for teaching Common Core literacy. New York: Teachers College Press.

 

Reed, E., Scull, J., Slicker, G., & Winkler, A. M.  (2012).  Defining strong state accountability systems: How can better standards gain greater traction?  Washington, DC: Fordham Foundation

 

Sawchuck, L.  (2012).  Concerns abound over teacher preparedness for standards.  Education Week

 

Springen, K. (2012).  What Common Core means for publishers.  Publishers Weekly

 

Steinkuehler, C. A., Black, R. W., & Clinton, K. A.  (2004).  Researching literacy as tool, place, and way of being.  Reading Research Quarterly, 40(1), 7-12.

 

Snyder, J., & Bristol, T. J. (2015). Professional accountability for improving life, college, and career readiness. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 23(16)

 

Tucker, C. (2014). Collaborize teachers guide, ELA Grades 9-12, Common Core ready.  Collaborize Classroom.

 

Ullman, E. (2015). Transitioning to the Common Core. TechLearning Magazine.

 

Wang, Y. (2017). The social networks and paradoxes of the opt-out movement amid the Common Core State Standards implementation: The case of New York. Education Policy Analysis Archives25(34).

 

Winograd, K. (Ed.). (2015). Critical literacies and young learners: Connecting classroom practice to the common core. New York: Routlege

 

 

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