K-6 Reading Lessons: Common Core Aligned

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Step 2 : Browse lessons by Programs, Standards by State or Common Core, & Grade Levels You can do this part without even registering - yes, all for free. Couldn''t there be one nice and easy and free place to store my Microsoft Word documents, my PowerPoint presentations, my SMART Board lessons, links to my favorite websites, embed codes to my Educreations (iPad lessons ~ like ShowMe), and video links?

Dropbox + Pinterest + SMART Exchange for Teachers + Common Core = ClassConnect

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Flip your Classroom, Just Store your Favorites , Find Common Core Content, and Share your Lessons “ ClassConnect saves me time building lessons so I can focus on engaging & inspiring my students. if you post to Teachers Pay Teachers, you''ll love creating a network of followers on ClassConnect for your freebies Once you find great resources, tag them with the Common Core and share them publicly! Then, start searching for content you can use by the Common Core!

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Differentiated math instruction using Front Row: adaptive math for K-8 classrooms!

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It’s common core aligned, and has tons of problems and videos Every question and every video in Front Row is common core aligned, so I know it’s teaching the right material. The program covers K-8 math, and has tons of common core aligned problems and videos for every standard - no matter where my kids are, they have material they can practice. The iPad version has a whiteboard like educreations that the students can use to do math right in the app.

Close Read Complex Text, and Annotate with Tech--Part 1

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Educreations is a favorite because you can add pages and annotate on the pages with the tools. Educreations is an iPad app that can also be accessed from your browser. Since Educreations is like an interactive whiteboard, it requires a narration to record and save. Unlike Educreations, it does not require a narration, but that is an option. collaboration Common Core iPad Students need to be taught how to read complex texts.

Digital Storytelling and Stories with the iPad

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Common Core Standards Many specific content standards can be addressed through digital stories. Here are some of the Common Core Standards that digital storytelling and digital stories address: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.W.6 Images and Creative Commons : Have students create their own images, take their own photos, or find photos that have Creative Commons Licenses and have them properly cite the photo either on the same page as the picture or at the end.

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Digital Storytelling and Stories with the iPad

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Common Core Standards Many specific content standards can be addressed through digital stories. Here are some of the Common Core Standards that digital storytelling and digital stories address: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.W.6 Images and Creative Commons : Have students create their own images, take their own photos, or find photos that have Creative Commons Licenses and have them properly cite the photo either on the same page as the picture or at the end.

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10 Reasons to Screencast in Your Class and 7 Best-in-class Tools

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With Common Core’s emphasis on understanding and explaining tasks, screencasts are a great way for both students and teachers to share the required steps in completing a math problem, collaborate on close reading, or pursue any other literacy activity. ability to upload to YouTube, the Cloud, or another common file sharing location. There are a lot of reasons to use screencasts: Record procedures and answer common questions.

Autonomy Breeds Change

A Principal's Reflections

Throughout the year they met to develop extensive binders to compile resources related to text complexity as outlined by the Common Core Standards. Math teacher Jeff Fiscina learned how to create engaging learning activities using Educreations. English Teacher Jerry Engstrom created several unit plans aligned to the common core and read How to Read Literature Like a Professor by Thomas Foster and Readicide by Kelly Gallagher.

Peer Instruction 3.0 – When students do the teaching…with video

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Students have been using the app EDUcreations to create these screencasts. These have been tied to our new ELA modules with the common core. Inaugural Neighborhood Innovators: Bretzmann, Cernaro, Lovdahl, Morris, Thomasson (Left to Right). WELCOME TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD . The Neighborhood is a special Turn To Your Neighbor series where we invite innovative educators from around the globe to discuss a variety of education topics. .

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It's ALL ABOUT TIME! Mobile Projects in Minutes

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I am going to share some ideas I got from attending his session, as well as some of my own, to give you some practical ideas for integrating NET-S & Common Core, as well as SAVE TIME! As educators we want to create awesome lessons and projects for our students, but we all struggle with just one problem. Our days, weeks, and hours are structured as such that we always have very little time to cover very complex content.

Introduction to iPads: Part 2--iPad Integration

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and annotate their thoughts, significant points, their questions, Annotations are part of the close reading process, which supports the Common Core. Educreations is similar to ShowMe because it too functions as an interactive whiteboard and is easy to use. However, Educreations allows you to add pages to the presentation and different types of paper, but it does not have an erasor (it uses "undo" instead). How does a teacher start to use iPads in the classroom?

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Content Creation: The Highest Form of Learning

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The following are resources that are useful in the entire process: Tools for the SEEK stage: Open Educational Resources: Creative Commons Search tool - Allows you to search for different kind of media with Creative Commons licenses. Creating and Sharing OER - An iTunes U collection by Apple Distinguished Educators. Europeana - Fantastic resource with thousands of historical sources with CC licenses and/or public domain.

Design Thinking + STEM = Student Engagement!

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Next, I gave each group packaging from common items (pasta, Kleenex, chips, Legos), making a point to provide each group with packaging made from a variety of materials and shapes. To tie in with our Common Core math standards, each group determined the cost of the supplies and used measurements (in centimeters and inches) of the Kendama to decide how much of each supply they would need.