Below you will find a list of services and websites that provide content that you can use as building blocks in your own works. From music, to video, to images, these services give you public domain and/or openly licensed (ie. Creative Commons licensed) content that you can reuse in your own work.
Melissa Techman, a teacher and librarian at Broadus Wood Elementary School in Earlysville, VA, partnered with her school's art teacher to produce some versions of illustrated note-taking. Techman had a fifth-grade class ...
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Common Core curriculum in practice is embraced and vilified MarylandReporter.com That particular day, Jose and Aaliyah would be learning about comparing “then and now,” a Common Core social studies concept used in the curriculum.
TakePart New SAT should reflect Common Core, standard classroom work The Journal News | LoHud.com "At first glance at the changes, there are certainly parallels with what's going on in New York state right now with the Common Core," said Michael...
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