Bringing the Common Core to Life Videos
This link to the New York State Education Department website provides a series of videos from a April 28, 2011 webinar with David Coleman, a leading architect of the Common Core State Standards. Though intended for New York educators, educators in other states may find the content useful.
Common Core Crosswalks for Educators
This link to the Curriculum 21 website provides a collection of crosswalk documents prepared by the states adopting the Common Core State Standards. As noted in the introduction, the crosswalks provide "an opportunity to compare how different states are looking at the Common Core standards in relation to their current state standards."
Common Core Curriculum Maps
This link to the Common Core Curriculum Mapping Project website provides information about the second edition of generic K-12 curriculum maps. This edition provide maps for the English language arts standards. The project team consists of staff members of the Common Core State Standards Initiative, expert advisors, and selected teachers.
Common Core Standards App
This link is to a free iPhone and iPad app a user can use to view the Common Core State Standards by subject, grade, and subject category (domain/cluster). MC3 has not reviewed nor endorses this app. It is offered as an example of technology supporting teachers.
Common Core Standards App - Android
This link to the Android Market provides information on the Android version of the Common Core Standards App. This free web-based solution enables teachers and parents to track the common core standards. MC3 has not reviewed nor endorses this app. It is offered as an example of technology supporting teachers.
Common Core Video
This link to the Pearson Education website provides a series of videos featuring America's Choice's Senior Fellows Sally Hampton and Phil Daro, who worked on the development of the Common Core State Standards. These videos support understanding the standards and implications for implementation.
Designed for New York educators, EngageNY provides teaching and learning resources supporting the Common Core State Standards. Though intended for New York educators, teachers and principals in other states may find the website helpful.
Indiana Model Curriculum
This link to the Indiana Department of Education's website provides links to its model curriculum incorporating the Common Core State Standards for English language arts and mathematics. Though intended for Indiana teachers, this model curriculum may serve as a useful example for teachers in other states.
This link to the University of Oklahoma's K20 ALT (Authentic Learning and Teaching) website provides teachers with model lessons and professional development and mentoring oportunites through virtual communities. Teachers may find its content useful with implementing the Common Core state standards.
Kentucky - English Language Arts Deconstructed Standards
This link to the Kentucky Department of Education's website provides its deconstructed standards for English Language Arts. Though intended for Kentucky teachers, these standards may serve as a useful example for teachers in other states.
Kentucky - Model Curriculum Framework
This link to the Kentucky Department of Education's website provides information about the state's updated model curriculum framework. Though intended for Kentucky educators, this information may be useful to educators in other states.
Library of Congress - Teacher Resources
This link to the Library of Congress (LOC) website provides a searchable database to identify LOC resources which can be incorporated in lesson plans related to the Common Core State Standards. Links to professional development resources are also available.