Resources

The Resources section is where you can search the resources provided by all 20 Centers in the CC Network. These resources are developed and maintained by the Centers, and they are available to everyone. Search by a keyword or phrase, or browse by a topic to find resources you may be interested in.

Thumbnail of website landing page

edshelf: A Socially-curated Discovery Engine of Websites, Mobile Apps, Desktop Programs, and Electronic Products for Teaching and Learning

2020 Tools/Toolkit Website

edshelf is a socially curated discovery engine of websites, mobile apps, desktop programs, and electronic products for teaching and learning. Educators can search and filter for specific tools, create shelves of tools to use for various purposes, rate and review tools they have used, and receive a newsletter about tools recommended by other educators. This site includes resources for more than 90 content areas. For many of the resources, resource descriptions include informational videos and details about how the resource can be used in classrooms and by families. Some educators might find the social features, like comments and ratings, helpful in their search for resources. Most, but not all, of the resources are free. The number of categories and subjects could be overwhelming for some users, and can make the "Find the perfect tool" feature challenging to use

Cover page thumbnail

Resources to Support Educators in the Georgia Dyslexia Pilot Program: Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction and Dyslexia

2020 Bibliography PDF

This Rapid Response document developed by the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) for the Region 6 Comprehensive Center contains a list of information sources and training opportunities for teachers to learn about dyslexia in general and within specific characteristics. These include dyslexia characteristics and instructional strategies to help students with dyslexia, and evidence-based literacy instruction, also known as “the science of reading” and “scientifically-based reading instruction.”

Literacy Cover

State Policy Levers for Improving Literacy

2020 Publication PDF

The disappointing results of the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress--a dip in trajectory of reading proficiency for all students except those at the highest level of ability--are prompting states to consider new reading-related policies and actions. In State Policy Levers for Improving Literacy, Barbara Foorman describes the validated non-negotiable steps for ensuring Grade 3 reading success and offers advice about policies that SEAs can implement to guide and support actions at district and school levels.

Image of cover

Strategic Performance Management: A Journey in Organizational Effectiveness

2020 Practice guide PDF

This document describes the work of the Building State Capacity and Productivity Center (BSCP) Center as they guided three state education agencies (SEAs), a branch within an SEA, an insular area public school system, the Bureau of Indian Education, and the Hawaii State Public Charter School Commission in the four components of the Strategic Performance Management (SPM) process, applied to school improvement efforts.  The authors outline strategies implemented and lessons learned and conclude with a discussion of the future of SPM. 

Image

Transforming Systems for High Levels of Learning for All Students: Personalized Learning in Wisconsin

2018 Practice guide PDF

The Midwest Comprehensive Center conducted interviews with education leaders who have been collaborating with the Institute for Personalized Learning and Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to implement personalized learning initiatives in their schools. This document provides a snapshot of each district’s journey and shares an approach for schools to grow a personalized learning ecosystem.

  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

RESOURCE LIBRARY

Browse All