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Create your own lesson by adding to youtube or other videos with zaption

Read any newspaper in the world-- and translate it to any language!

Use this to create a performance task about world economies. 

Visit the google art project-- any museum in the world!

 Social Studies Livebinder   Reading Like a Historian

Smarter Balanced Information for teachers 

Evidence Guides  new!  Sample evidence of quality classroom observation evidence listed by grade and content area

INFUSING THE COMMON CORE INTO YOUR LESSONS?

LearnZillion-- video lesssons for Math and English Language Arts

READING

Livebinder Links for Reading

Read, Write, Think     Non-fiction reading resources and current events

MATH  Eureka Math Modules

Livebinder links for Math

Integrating Technology into the Math Classroom    

Reading Leadership Members 2015-16

ALL SUBJECT AREAS

The Teaching Channel       Stanford History Group         Information Literacy

LOG IN TO EDMODO and join the district community.

Socrative:  engage your students in learning using mobile devices!

VIRTUAL MUSEUMS

National Gallery of Art        Virtual Art Museums

National Archives: "Teaching With Documents" 

Smithsonian Institution American Museum of Natural History   

FITNESS

Information on the Connecticut Fitness Test and Sample Activities can be reviewed here.  Standards for student fitness are in this table

OTHER LINKS

Thinkfinity  Differentiated instruction   Link for thematic units online

Teachnology  Partnership for 21st Century Skills 

Grant Application Approval Form  - to be completed prior to applying for a grant.




 

 

 


District Calendar

    • MonDec18 JJIS ARTIST PERFORMANCE/GR. 5 SNOW DATE SNOW DATE 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMJJIS
    • MonDec18 Policy Committee 6:30 PMBOE Conference Room






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