The 2014-2015 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) deadline will be here before we know it, and as educators, we all understand the major undertaking o (Learn more about how to find #CCSS lesson plan-friendly digital content at
If you're a home-schooling parent, a teacher, publisher, school librarian, or simply a parent involved in your kid's education, my bet is that you've heard of common core standards, and IF by some chance you haven't...you ...
10 Wonderful Common Core Standards Cheat Sheets ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on iGeneration - 21st Century Education curated by Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) (RT @principalspage: 10 Wonderful Common Core Standards Cheat Sheets -
As promised in last blog, here is my collection of state resources for CCSS. This collection is from my book Moore's Common Core Teacher Guide and Planner to Transitioning to CCSS. I personally worked on the material on ...
Argument writing is one of three types of writing stressed in the Common Core Standards for English, history, and science/technical studies. As I transition from persuasive to argument writing, my focus is on using technology ...
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