“If we use these common standards as the foundation for better schools, we can give all kids a robust curriculum taught by well-‐prepared, well-‐supported teachers who can help prepare them for success in college, life and careers.” By Randi Weingarten
There are a lot of great resources out there for Common Core but then there are sites/resources that slap on the label ‘Common Core” and they do not align.
Part of my job as a facilitator is to help our teachers understand and implement the Common Core correctly. In order to help some of our teachers, I go through websites and blogs and weed out the ‘not so good’ and give teachers a list of sites that are worth taking the time to explore deeper. Below is my collection of FREE sites and blogs that I have ‘deemed’ as worthwhile and of quality that support the standards through lessons, performance tasks, strategies and other resources. (In no particular order)
Read Tennessee Math (K-3 only)
I would love to learn any Math Common Core Sites that you have found beneficial. Please tell us about them in the comments section. I also created a Common Core Resource Page on my wiki, that I will update with what I find.