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Common Core-aligned lesson sets with explanatory annotations.
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Find, steal, and share free Common Core tools. For teachers, coaches, school and district leaders. Assembled by Student Achievement Partners.
Comprehensive resource shared by CIA!
Do any of those questions sound familiar? I spent this week with some fabulous teachers working on the Iowa Core Writing Standards. Did we work on all of them? No! Did we talk about all of them?...
A teacher thinking aloud about CCSS implementation. Sharing this blog post to show how ELA teachers are working with the standards.
Overwhelming??? Maybe. But there are ways in which to consider this in small enough size pieces that make sense.
Lots of good links on this sight, also.
Step 1: Annotate
Step 2: Analyze
Step 3: Reflect
Great Idea for Professional Development! Teacher as the student.
Super simple. Easy to understand. This may be one of the best articles I've read on this concept.....there's been so much fuss and it's really only 3 simple steps.
Strategies principals use to evaluate teachers by annotating, analyzing and reflecting.
Great site full of really great resources. Ask a second grade teacher!
*ISTE Workshop: Transitioning to the Common Core with Google Apps - Join me! In my previous post "Common Core: What is a 'complex text' anyway?
Good suggestions for annotating texts, personally I like scrible better than diigo.