Each of the four segments of the Making Challenging Texts Accessible series provides a 30-minute standalone session appropriate for K-12 professional development in all subjects/contents during faculty meetings, before or after school, or during teacher planning time. Following each 30-minute segment, teachers and instructional leaders can work collaboratively to implement the ideas and strategies in their classrooms and schools.
Georgia joined with 45 other states and territories to develop a set of core standards for K-12 in English language arts and mathematics. The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent framework to prepare students for success in college and/or the 21st century workplace.
Watch Superintendent John Barge and Department of Education staff as they provide an overview of the new standards. All video resources are open-access and DO NOT require log in information or a password.
On January 16, 2012 - the nation recognizes the contributions and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Web videos are a great way to teach students about the man and his times. They surround students with the sites and sounds of the era.
Here is a list of videos you can use in the classroom to teach students about the civil rights icon.