Project will make Common Core resources easily accessible
The South Dakota Department of Education has teamed up with counterparts in Michigan to work on a “curriculum curation” project. The end result will be an open-source portal where the states’ teachers can access quality digital resources aligned with Common Core standards.
In South Dakota, TIE has been leading up this work for the department.
This summer, TIE brought together a group of teachers whose task was to “curate” available resources and attach them to a standard. Because Michigan has already done a lot of work in the mathematics area, South Dakota is focusing on English/Language arts resources.
To learn more about this important project, read this article that recently appeared in Converge magazine, or to check out the portal, go to http://myoer.org.