E-flections of an Educator

Weekly Web Wanderings (weekly)

Posted on: March 10, 2012

  • “Thinking Maps, developed by Dr. David Hyerle, are visual teaching tools that foster and encourage lifelong learning. They are based on a simple yet profound insight: The one common instructional thread that binds together all teachers, from pre-kindergarten through postgraduate, is that they all teach the same thought processes.”

    tags: graphicorganizers maps reading comprehension CCSS text structure

    • visual teaching tools
       that foster and encourage lifelong learning
    • isual teaching tools
       that foster and encourage lifelong learning.
    • are visual teaching tools
       that foster and encourage lifelong learning.
    • are visual teaching tools
       that foster and encourage lifelong learning.
    • visual teaching tools
       that foster and encourage lifelong learning. They are based on a simple
       yet profound insight: The one common instructional thread that binds
       together all teachers, from pre-kindergarten through postgraduate, is
       that they all teach the same thought processes.
  • Collection of resources related to CCSS. Includes links to various state Common Core sites as well as instruction strategy sites.

    tags: CCSS resources math ELA

  • “Browse our webinar archives, where you can watch and listen to full web presentations by leaders in the field of school improvement. Each archive includes questions, discussions, and accompanying resources from the live webinar.”

    tags: webinar PD CCSS STEM math SIP

  • “In this archive, learn how districts can think about the new rigor required in building a local comprehensive assessment system that reflects the Common Core State Standards. Presenters included staff from the Comprehensive School Assistance Program at WestEd, Creighton School District (Arizona), and Assessment Technology Incorporated. “

    tags: CCSS webinar PD assessment

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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