FORM F - New Mexico State Department of Education

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NEW MEXICO PUBLIC EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
2015 Instructional Material Adoption:
GRADES K – 8 ELA/Reading; CORE Reading
Intervention; and,
Modern, Classical and Native Languages
Form F Citation and Scoring Rubric
Informational Workshop for Publishers
Thursday, January 15, 2015
11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. MST
AGENDA
• Form F – Citation and Scoring Rubrics Posted
on IMB Webpage
• Form F is one of the Forms A – G; needed if
submission as a core/basal title
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Submissions and Scoring
Grades K – 8
Submissions
• English Language Arts/Reading;
• CORE Reading Intervention; and,
• Modern, Classical and Native Languages
Scoring
• Titles submitted for adoption as core/basal
• Titles submitted for adoption as supplemental
will not be reviewed. No format is required.
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Instructional Material Definition/ Review
You may submit, and Reviewers may review and
score the following:
• School textbooks
• Educational digital media
• Online direct instructional programs
• Electronic books, and
• Other technologies, media and formats that are used
as the basis for instruction, including:
– combinations of textbooks
– learning kits
– supplementary material
– modular educational programs
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Instructional Material Review Set
•The review set is the instructional material
submitted for review at the summer institute for
inclusion as core/basal
•The review set consists of the student edition
and the teacher edition. The review set may
include the student workbook, if the student
workbook is relied upon to meet any of the
citations demonstrating alignment with standards
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OVERVIEW OF REVIEW PROCESS
• Core/basal review for alignment with NM standards,
benchmarks, and other relevant criteria (See NM
standards in RfA p.9-60)
• Reviewed by Level II and Level III teachers
• Submissions scored against rubrics
• 90 percent = adopted as core basal
• 80 – 89 percent = second review
• Below 90 percent (after second review) = supplemental
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CORE READING INTERVENTION
Question
If we have an adaptive student text in the
CORE Reading Intervention category, may
we bid it as core/basal? If yes, would it
have to score at 90% or higher?
Yes, you may submit adaptive student
texts as core/basal. Yes, to be
considered core/basal, the material
must meet the standards at 90 percent
or higher.
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FORM F: The Reviewer’s Point of View
1. Forms are reviewed by qualified and experienced
teachers
2. Make it easy for the reviewer
3. Chief complaints from past reviewers:
−Text cited did not support standards
−Other parts of text were better suited
−Citations did not point them to material
4. Please provide citations most on point
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FORM F DOCUMENTS – DEADLINES
• March 31, 2015 – This submission is to help us identify any potential
problems with your Form F citations. We will notify you if there are
items you should correct prior to the Summer Institute. We’ll need one
copy of Form F.
• Between March 31st and May 31st, publishers will have an opportunity
to modify and correct citations to ensure clarity for teacher review at
the Summer Institute.
• May 31, 2015 – This is the first day of the Summer Institute, when all
Form F Documents and materials are due for review. We’ll need six
copies of Form F.
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OVERVIEW OF FORM F DOCUMENTS
New Mexico Administrative Code
J. The review form shall be divided into two sections.
K. Section I shall consist of citations showing alignment with
New Mexico standards and benchmarks and shall include
scorable performance indicators for all relevant standards
and benchmarks consistent with Bloom’s taxonomy or other
generally accepted taxonomies as determined by the content
bureau.
L. Section II shall consist of citations showing that the
material under review meets other relevant criteria (effective
pedagogy, instructional design, culturally responsive,
differentiated instruction, etc.)
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FORM F INITIAL DUE DATE
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Submit to IMB on your initial Form F by
03/31/2015
IMB will review
IMB will notify you on or before April 15
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FORM F: Citation Rubric
General Information
• Use one of the twelve versions of Form F, as dictated
by the subject of your material
– F.1 – F.9: ELA/Reading Grades K-8
– F.10: CORE Reading Intervention Grades 1
through 5
– F.11: CORE Reading Intervention Grades 6
through 8
– F.12: Modern, Classical and Native Languages –
Grades K – 8
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FORM F: Citation Rubric
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Final Form F documents submitted at the
first day of the Summer Institute as part of
the check-in process
Submit six copies of the completed Form F
with your material review set for each
core/basal item
Recommendation for Core Basal = 90+
percent
Include citations for each criterion
Please do not leave blanks
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FORM F DOCUMENTS ON IMB WEB-PAGE
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Citation Presentation at Summer Institute
• On Sunday, 05/31 – Instructional Material Check In Review Set, six copies of Form F Documents, and
Form C
• On Sunday, 05/31 – Publisher Citation Presentation
to Reviewers
• Present a concise PowerPoint relevant to Form F
Citations
• Presentation should be informational, so Reviewers
will know how to read your Citations
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Citation Presentation – Page 2
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IMB will provide presentation equipment
Please bring your presentation on digital media
Please provide links, passwords, I.D.’s for digital
material
If firewall is in place, please test to ensure Reviewer
access
IMB will make all efforts to have “digital-only”
reviewed Monday, June 01, 2015
If submitting digital material, please be on site to
answer questions June 01, 2015
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FORM F: Fill in the Blanks
1. Citation format using Bloom’s Taxonomy: See
Bloom’s Table on p. 61 of RfA
Form F.1 through F.11, Section 1 for ELA/Reading and
CORE Reading Intervention
• Two citations per cell
• Cite to the highest level the cited text supports
• Reviewers look for “Citation Level 3” first
• Citations scored at the highest level of Bloom’s
• Reviewers may score a Level 3 as a Level 2
• Reviewers may score a Level 2 as a Level 3
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FORM F: Fill in the Blanks – Page 1
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FORM F: Fill in the Blanks – Page 2
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FORM F: Fill in the Blanks – Bloom’s
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Enter the highest level of citation for each criterion
Enter the page number and the paragraph
Citations meeting Level 3 of Bloom’s = 10 points
Citations meeting Level 2 of Bloom’s = 6 points
Preface your citation with SE, TE, or WB to specify
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CITATION FORMAT FOR OCCURRENCES:
• Form F.1 – F.11, Section 2 (ELA/Reading & CORE
Reading Intervention
• Form F.12 – All Sections (MCN)
• Reviewers should determine if the material has at
least three occurrences demonstrating compliance
with the standard.
• Please provide citations for all criteria on Form F,
including “Other Relevant Criteria,” included as
Section 2. A.
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FORM F: Fill in the Blanks – Occurrences
• All three citations show compliance = 5 pts
• One + citations did not comply = 0 pts
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FORM F: Fill in the Blanks
1. Criteria with multiple parts – cite to each lettered
sub-item
2. Compound criteria –cite to the highest level of Bloom’s
embedded in the criteria
EXAMPLE:
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in the
text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the
cumulative impact of specific word choices on meaning and tone
(e.g., how the language evokes a sense of time and place; how it sets
a formal or informal tone).
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FORM F: Avoid Common Errors
When using Bloom’s Taxonomy
• Cite to the concept not the question cue
• Please do not use citations in the text/instructional
material multiple times to demonstrate compliance
with different criteria
• Citations should give broad exposure to text
• “Repeat citations” may be scored as zero
• Citations should be targeted (do not cite an entire
chapter or cite multiple pages)
• Enter short, concise statements
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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL BUREAU CONTACT
[email protected]
Thank you for attending the Form F Citation and
Scoring Rubric Workshop
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