Curriculum by Content Areas

Curriculum Web Links for teachers and learners are available by clicking the category names listed below. Online sites are provided as an "at your fingertips" resource!

English Language Arts

English Language Arts Sites

The Literacy Project
Our friends at Google have provided this nifty site - BROKEN LINK

Into the Book
A great Reading Comprehension online tool

A copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students

Related Files

PDF DocumentCommon Core State Standards for English Language Arts


Mathematics Sites

External LinkMichigan Council for Teachers of Mathematics
Learn about what is happening in the Mathematics World: Research, News, Instruction, Assessments

Michigan Mathematics Leadership Academy (MMLA)  BROKEN LINK
Assessments page (K-8)
Find assessment items by GLCE

External LinkA response to Carol Burris and Rick Hess on Common Core Math in elementary grades

Related Files

PDF DocumentCommon Core State Standards for Mathematics

Technology & 21st Century Skills

Technology and 21st Century Skills Sites

External LinkPB Wiki

Greenville Public School Twitter

External LinkGliffy Online diagram software to make charts, mind maps, etc.
External LinkPrezi Online Presentation software
External LinkLive Mocha Learn different languages at your own pace

External LinkPartnership for 21st Century Skills

External LinkAsia Society

External LinkTeacher Tap

External Link4Teachers

External LinkREMC Toolkit

External LinkRubistar

Think Tank

Do you have an interest in practicing digital citizenship in a social networking situation? Stay safe online! Check out these sites for more information:

External LinkWired Safety

External LinkCenter for Safe and Responsible Internet Use

External LinkNetSmartz

Related Files

PDF DocumentCommon Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects

Music & Fine Arts

Evidence of Learning! Art Show

It is JUST the beginning folks! Great Job Artists! Great support teachers!!

See the pictures!

Each of the students wrote a Learning Statement--they described what they learned, but in many cases, they articulated their hopes, dreams, and intentions--about what they hoped others would derive from their art. These learning statements tended to be a window into the personalities of these students!

Health & Wellness