On behalf of Puget Sound Educational Service District and our Literacy Support team, I want to thank the guest bloggers and readers who made our first Common Core Blogathon such a wonderful success.
From July 7-31, in addition to posts from our Teacher Leaders, ten guest bloggers shared their Common Core success stories. Teachers, coaches and administrators from Washington State, New York, Pennsylvania, Idaho and Montana shared their work in their own voice.
Additionally, Social Media Teacher Leader, Tom White provided live-blogging from the College- and Career- Readiness and High Schools That Work Conferences in Nashville, hosted by the Southern Regional Education Board. Tom’s reflections allowed readers to share in his experiences at the national conference.
CORElaborate will continue to be resource for all things Common Core; for teachers, by teachers. As the new school year quickly approaches, we look forward to continuing to provide innovative, interactive ways to support teacher-led professional learning and provide a platform for sharing high-quality Common Core resources and Literacy Design Collaborative support.
For more information about CORElaborate please contact Melissa Laramie.
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