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Highlights
  • Common Core Standards are designed to provide a "consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn" and should be "robust and relevant to the real world."
  • Teachers are reevaluating their learning materials and adding technology elements to ensure they align with the Common Core.
  • This is a chance for educators to embrace technology in the classroom.

Participants: Dr. Ann Flynn, National School Boards Association; Cameron Evans, Microsoft Education; Monique Flickinger, Poudre School District; Kevin Honeycutt, KevinHoneycutt.org; Kristina Holzweiss, Library Technologist

Buzz Garwood, the technology teacher at Home Gardens Academy in Corona, Calif., blogs and produces videos for EdTech Magazine. Follow him at @buzzgarwood and check out his blog.

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