Common Core Resources for ELA Teachers
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For teachers in English/Language Arts, mostly secondary resources.
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Google Drive Graphic Organizers: Reading Literature

Google Drive Graphic Organizers: Reading Literature | Common Core Resources for ELA Teachers | Scoop.it
Graphic organizers are versatile tools to use in your classroom; you can introduce a new skill, practice skills, and assess comprehension and learning. This
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Google Drive graphic organizers are editable, shareable, and perfect for a 1:1 paperless classroom. They are standards-based and cover ALL of the Common Core reading literature standards. 
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50 Great Classroom Tools, Sites, & Resources

50 Great Classroom Tools, Sites, & Resources | Common Core Resources for ELA Teachers | Scoop.it

50 EdTech Tools You Can Start Using Today


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Robert Sims's curator insight, April 20, 2013 8:27 AM

Find more great teaching tools here!

Richard Seal's curator insight, May 10, 2013 12:54 PM

Yes more compilations of great resources. 

Brittany Leach's curator insight, August 6, 2013 1:53 AM

SOOOO many resources!

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Laptop or Tablet? Transitioning from MacBookPros to iPads (and the frustrations of using Google Classroom)

Laptop or Tablet? Transitioning from MacBookPros to iPads (and the frustrations of using Google Classroom) | Common Core Resources for ELA Teachers | Scoop.it

Laptop or Tablet? Transitioning from laptops to iPads

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We made the switch from laptops to iPads last year and switched to Google Classroom. Here are some of the struggles and challenges we faced and the pros/cons of each.
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Tracee Orman's curator insight, October 25, 2015 11:00 AM

We recently switched from laptops to iPads. The transition has been a little rocky, with Google Apps for Education (GAFE) working for about half our students at the beginning of the year. It's getting better, but many of the students still struggle with the transition. Do you use GAFE? Have you had problems? What kind of technology do you prefer to use in the classroom? What are your favorite apps? Please share!