Learn (to own) the standards, by "re-naming" them, for example, in your own words: pd resources for ELA and Math.
Chart with verbs for depth of knowledge desired in a lesson. Where will your lessons with Common Core Standards reside?
Designing deeper lessons based on Bloom's Taxonomy and Webb's Depth of Knowledge, using web-based 2.0 tools.
Match learning objectives with appropriate web 2.0 tools.
Slideshow about diverse formative assessments to measure students progress.
Exemplar lessons employing close reading and evidence for ELA and Social Studies (may be used as exemplars for other disciplines).
Common Core-based lessons on-line for teachers to use in the classroom.
Developing bank of classroom video tapes of common core lessons.
From "priority actions" to implementation video presentations by grade level, NCTM offers materials for support.
Comprehensive "toolkit" to align CCSS with content.
Each book reinforces a focus on student learning by demonstrating ways of addressing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) while also adhering to NCTE principles of effective teaching.
Published by CommonCore.org, an excellent resource aligning ELA standards with specific pieces of art.
Learn about text dependent questions (part of the major shifts)and how to construct them.
Research and current thinking about using primary (narrative and non-narrative non-fiction) sources.
Discusses a definition of close reading and examines working with the skill on an elementary school level.
For how the high school CCSS might be organized into courses that provide a strong foundation for post-secondary success, (scroll to the bottom for "Mathematics Appendix A).
Outstanding and useful website that features samples of math tasks aligned to the Common Core State Standards.
Article examining a sample profile for applying social studies state standards; look especially at figure at the bottom of the document, page 7 for a helpful chart.
David Reisenfeld's video about how the CCSS prompted him to rethink his teaching of Social Studies (scroll to the bottom).
In creating the Juliette Gordon Low Curriculum material, the Georgia Historical Society hopes to introduce students to use the life of Juliette Gordon Low, to increase student understanding of Georgia and American history, to improve student literacy through the reading and interpreting of primary and secondary sources, and to create interest and curiosity around the study of history
Detailed site, including a glossary of terms, an unpacking of standards, and graphic organizers, for all disciplines.
Detailed site including documents, curriculum maps, and learning and opportunities.