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Looking for passionate, talented, creative and dedicated teachers willing to take risks in improving their own learning to meet the needs of the 21st century student.  Is this you?

If so, please read on.  If not, I wish you the best of luck continuing your path of complacency, your status quo mentality and “this-is-how-I’ve-always-done-it philosophy”.

For those of us remaining, which I hope is the majority, let’s make a promise. Raise your right hand and say, “I, state your name, promise to prepare our students to be self-reliant, productive global citizens that can think, innovate, and be inspired to achieve.”

Good. Feels refreshing, right? Now we can get down to business.

A must tool for the 21st century teacher: Implementing the Common Core

We have been hard at work writing an e-book that focuses on helping teachers develop curriculum around the Common Core State Standards.  At the time this post was written, over 40 states have adopted the Common Core State Standards, a rigorous set of skills that will better prepare our students to be the innovators and leaders of tomorrow.  If you haven’t taken the time to look at them, please click on Common Core hyperlink.

What is included in the e-book Implementing the Common Core?

Benefits of using the Common Core State Standards

  • Purpose of implementing the Common Core State Standards as a vehicle to drive new 21st century curriculum
  • In-depth unit design process around Common Core skills, focusing on:
    Common Core State Standards
    Common Formative Assessments
    Relevant Content Curriculum
    Research-based Instructional Strategies

Interested?  Click here.

We are confident that this e-book will provide you with a structured framework that will help you build engaging and relevant units of study.

Core 4 All is a grass-roots endeavor created by teachers for teachers who want to make a difference in the lives of our 21st century learners. Pass the message on.  We cannot wait for policy. Let us make the policy.