Surveys of Enacted Curriculum Online Tool and Data Reporting
The purpose of this site is to encourage teacher reflection and conversation about classroom practice and instructional content. Using a survey data collection and reporting model, teachers can compare their own practice and instructional content to responses by other teachers around the country and within their school or district.
Participating states, schools and districts are able to make use of aggregated teacher reports (individual teacher responses are disclosed only to the teacher) to develop a base-line of information about teacher practice in mathematics, science and English language arts, or to inform professional development or school improvement planning efforts.
- ProgramSurveys of Enacted Curriculum (SEC)
- PublicationSurveys of Enacted Curriculum: Content & Instruction In Focus
- PublicationContent and Instruction in Focus
- PublicationHow to Use SEC Charts to Compare Common Core State Standards with prior State Standards
- WebinarWebinar: The Use of the Surveys of Enacted Curriculum (SEC) Data and Transition to the Common Core
- WebinarWebinar: Common Core State Standards for Mathematics: Shifts and Implications for Instruction
- WebinarWebinar: Language Arts Instructional Strategies for Special Education Teachers and All Teachers
- WebinarWebinar: The Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts: Shifts and Implications for ELA Instruction
- WebinarWebinar: Transition to the CCSS for Teachers of Student with Significant Cognitive Disabilities" Aligning Instruction to Standards
- WebsiteImproving Teaching and Learning Using SEC Data: Online Professional Development with CCSS