What did I learn on Sunday [Monday] Twitter?
I focused on Common Core State Standards.
ASCD presents several resources in a Pinterest Board you can follow:
ICYMI: If you are implementing #CCSS, you'll want to look through these resources and helpful tools: http://t.co/814zOrLUih
— ASCD (@ASCD) October 12, 2014
A WA State teacher shares her #CCSS resources for parents; you may find them useful as well.
Teacher @AlisaLouie at Auburn SD shares a few of her favorite #CCSS resources to send to parents: http://t.co/aljzG9e91Z #WATeachLead
— Maren Johnson (@maren_johnson) October 13, 2014
And Stanford has free online classes, including for #CCSS
A5. If you haven’t done so already @standforded has some amazing online classes on #CCSS S/L http://t.co/z00nfQUTYx #WaTeachLeadAnd a teacher recognizes that students need to part of the #CCSS equation -- participants in the process:
— Grace Waylen (@gracesway) October 13, 2014
Find out what I learned about my classroom and #CCSS from Broadway star @JoeyCalveri http://t.co/FV3dYdIyGD #WATeachLead
— Lindsey Stevens (@Lindseylee253) October 14, 2014
I stumbled upon and old tweet about authentic learning, so relevant to #CCSS college and career ready:
7 steps to authentic learning - http://t.co/vsaWxm8Cva via @eschoolnews #PBL #CCSSWhich led me to this one from Buck Institute -- how that authentic learning leads to success on the new #CCSS assessments:
— Sandra Trach (@SandraTrach) July 15, 2014
Part 2 - How #PBL Prepares Students for #CCSS Test Performance Tasks - http://t.co/0m4DrsOQ9A via @Edutopia @JohnLBIESo --- I've got some ideas to play around with. How about you?
— Buck Inst. for Ed (@BIEpbl) June 20, 2014
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