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It's My Constitution

It's My Constitution!

“It's My Constitution” is a lively, educational video that provides an entertaining overview of this founding document, and its importance to us today. Through a lively discussion, Travis, Christiana and Michael Loudermilk uncover the true intent of our Constitution, clarify some common misunderstandings and reveal its relevance to us today. Their father, Georgia Senator Barry Loudermilk, chimes in to provide insights into some of the key
provisions of the Constitution.

Digital Media and the Common Core Archived Webinar

Digital Media and the Common Core Archived Webinar

This is the recorded version of the webinar presented on August 23, 2012 at 4 p.m.

Listen to it here.

Download the powerpoint presentation.

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Common Core Facilitating Student-Led Discussions

Common Core - Putting the Common Core into Practice:
Facilitating Student-Led Discussions

Common Core Making Challenging Texts Accessible

Common Core - Putting the Common Core into Practice:
Making Challenging Texts Accessible

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.

Common Core Orientation

Common Core Orientation

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.

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Women's History File

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Martin Luther King Jr. Resources

Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

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.

YMCA Webcast