Learning standards are defined as the knowledge, skills and understanding that individuals can habitually demonstrate over time because of instruction and learning experiences. To assist with the transition to the Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards, a team of NYS educators developed a series of unpacking documents that demonstrate one method of analyzing a specific standard designed to help illustrate what student learning might look like with regard to that standard.
The ideas presented in these documents can be utilized in conjunction with current local curriculum and instruction. Educators are encouraged to add on to these documents and adapt them to best fit the needs of their learners, as well as work through the process of unpacking other grade-level standards, which will provide an opportunity for reflective practice and aid in lesson planning. Further information on the process utilized in developing the unpacking documents listed below can be found in A Guide for Unpacking the New York State Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards.
The list of standards below contain some unpacking exemplars for each of the grade-levels Prekindergarten-Grade 8. A blank unpacking template is also provided. Any suggestions and/or additions on how to make the exemplars more useful can be addressed to the Office of Curriculum and Instruction, email@example.com.
Our inaugural PepsiCo Lab & Learn series kicks off with an interactive event that focuses on unpacking the preconceptions around processed foods and then examining the science of food ingredients with an open mind. This introspective programming will encourage participants to look inward in order to ultimately improve nutrition practice.This event will aim to:1. Describe how personal biases impact (or influence) nutrition recommendations.2. Identify common ingredients used during food & beverage processing and their function/usage, benefits, and safety.3. Understand how food/beverage ingredients are regulated in the U.S.
Acknowledging and unpacking the complexities of de-implementation helps support more and better research in this area. The issues discussed herein (summarized in Table 1) are a collection of concepts that make de-implementing currently delivered, inappropriate interventions relatively distinct from implementing new, evidence-based interventions. Ultimately, a more nuanced understanding of the context in which de-implementation occurs provides a greater opportunity for minimizing harm to patients, maximizing efficient use of resources, and improving the overall health of populations. 041b061a72