CenterPoint has verified the alignment to college and career ready standards in both content and rigor.
Content producers have indicated the content is aligned to college and career ready standards.
This graphic organizer was created to assist middle school students as they develop their skills in creating coherence in Informative/Explanatory writing.
Making books is an integral part of learning print concepts for pre-k students. View these videos to learn more about how to incorporate bookmaking in your classroom.
Learn how Word Sorts can support the learning of foundational skills.
Check out this resource for students in grades 6, 7, and 8! Students benefit by using a checklist as they develop their revision skills as called for in Writing Standard 5. This tool assists students to self-reflect as they consider how to strengthen their writing through editing.
Use this template to plan daily lessons aligned to ELA/literacy standards.
A collection of over 3000 videos that K-12 math, biology, chemistry, physics and some of the social science. Each video is about 10 minutes long and many include interactive components to check understanding.
This brief piece provides a few reasons why exit slips are useful in any class and several prompts that are applicable across all contents.
In this ASCD sponsored blog, Samantha Cleaver provides 15 great ideas for ways to incorporate formative assessment in to regular classroom routines.
The Sustainability Rubric for Local Educational Agencies is a tool for LEAs to assess the sustainability of a specific priority reform—a body of work that an LEA is undertaking in order to achieve two or more priority goals for student outcomes. The rubric covers 19 elements of sustainability...
This nifty chart helps educators see connections of practice across contents.
This Edutopia blog provides a few ideas on how to engage student learners in the learning process.
Teachers may find it useful to gauge student skills in reading fluency using this rubric.
In this video, Dr. Bonnie A. Hain leads participants through a brief lesson on how to plan instruction with college and career ready standards in mind. Questions to consider while viewing the video include:
• How can you frame questions aligned to standards as you teach?
• What can...
In this video, Mr. Doug Sovde leads participants through a brief lesson on aligning standards and instruction when planning mathematics lessons. Questions to consider while viewing the video include:
• What is Evidence-Centered Design?
• How can use of evidence statements inform...
The purpose of the Reader Motivation Survey is to elicit information regarding student self-perception as readers.
Teachers may utilize survey results in conjunction with the Reading Comprehension subtest data to begin to move students on the path to becoming stronger readers.