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Planning for Transdisciplinary Instruction

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Identifying Academic Language Demands in Support of the Common Core State Standards

 

Addressing Disciplinary Literacies in the Common Core Standards

 

Rebecca Greene: Five Strategies for ELL Instruction: related to the CCSS

 

American Library Association: How librarians can address the CCSS in different subjects

 

ASCD: Common Core Standards resources

 

Webinar: Sarah Michaels: Relationships between the science, ELA, and math standards

 

Identifying Academic Language Demands in Support of the Common Core State Standards 

 

Devising template assignments base on reading CCSS for science and social studies, Education Week

 

Discovery Education: Curiosity in the Classroom: Science activities

 

NCLE: Remodeling Literacy Learning Together: Paths to Standards Implementation

 

Catherine Nelson: Teacher Collaboration: Key to Common Core Success

 

How Common Core, Step by Step, Transformed One Middle School Classroom  

 

KQED DoNow: Inquiry-based questions and related reports

 

Gewertz, C. (2014). Two Districts, Two Approaches to Common Core Curriculum. Education Week

 

Online Coursera course: Common Core in Action: Literacy in the Content Areas

 

Jan Herrington: Video presentation on creating authentic learning tasks for use of Web 2.0 tools 

 

Supplementary material for implementing the CCSS: sample student writing and related material

 

US Department of Education: You for Youth: Projects in each state related to curriculum development

 

Writing History in a Digital Age: An e-book written through crowdsourcing

 

Schneider, D. (2014, August 26). Writing like historians [web log post]

 

T. Mills Kelly.  Teaching History in the Digital Age.  Free online book

 

Lincoln Mullen, How To Teach History in a Digital Age.  ProfHacker

 

History resources

 

ActiveHistory

 

Smithsonian Institute: Cultural heritage tours

 

TimeLinesTV: History, Documentary, and Television: videos on history

 

Wikisota: Resources for teaching social studies related to Minnesota places

 

Histografica: Find historical pictures of places

 

American History in Video

 

Video: Michael Wesch: A Portal to Media Literacy: Using digital tools to teach cultural anthropology

 

Michael Wesch: Netvibes class portal for his cultural anthropology course

 

Wiki: Studying Societies

 

Dan Cohen and Ray Rosenzweig: Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web

 

Gilder Lehrman Institute: one million primary-source documents

 

English Language Civics for ESL Teachers

 

Anne Davis: Using blogs in social studies

 

In Allen's methods course (English 479: Teaching Writing in Secondary Schools) to help his students -- after reading and discussing Chapter 3 -- understand literacy practice teaching has then write a "Literacy Practices Event Description."  This activity addresses all the elements of literacy practices described in Teaching to Exceed.  

 

 

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