[NHDOE-ETNews] ET News: Information on Common Core Resources You Use or Want

Freeda, Stanley Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Wed Nov 13 14:51:50 EST 2013

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ITEM: Survey on Resources used for Common Core Teaching

As you know, New Hampshire will be implementing the Smarter Balance assessment (SBAC) in 2015. The Department has decided not to pursue the Smarter Balance Digital Library, a set of resources intended to help improve teaching in preparation for the Common Core-based SBAC summative assessment.  The department is seeking information on resources currently available to would be helpful in improving formative assessment and related instruction in place of the aforementioned Digital Library. What on-line resources are being used successfully by your school/district to help teachers achieve high quality instruction/ assessment focused on the upcoming SBAC and the Common Core?   We would appreciate it if you would respond to a brief survey on this topic. The survey can be accessed at:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Y7WV9C2

Thank you for your participation. Please reply no later than Wednesday, November 27.

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