Educators can log on to learn valuable Common Core lessons and tips
From March 26-March 28, OpenEd is offering its free Common Core Tech Conference virtually. The conference focuses on how ed-tech can help address the challenges that come with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
Sessions focus on personalizing learning tools for the Common Core, how to convert curriculum to the Common Core, an inside look at new assessments and how formative assessments can gauge CCSS readiness, and how Google Apps align with the standards.
Attendees can follow along on Twitter with the hashtag #cctech.
OpenEd is committed to demonstrating that technology can help with states’ transition to the Common Core. It is a K-12 educational resource catalog, with over 1 million language arts and math games, video lessons, and assessments. While it integrates with all popular learning management systems, it offers its own simple “flipped classroom” LMS oriented to using resources.
The site is completely focused on offering CCSS resources. It features a wealth of math games, language arts and math quizzes and tests, and math lessons and language arts lessons from dozens of educational content providers.
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