17 things to know about K-12 OER textbooks

17 things to know about K-12 OER textbooks

Has your school district started to use open educational resources (OER) yet? Maybe educators in your district have collaborated on finding and curating openly-licensed nonfiction or fiction, videos, images, simulations or audio clips to add to lessons. If so, they’ve...
How to develop K-12 open educational resources

How to develop K-12 open educational resources

Have you ever considered creating your own open educational resources (OER)? When you build your own, you can differentiate instruction and support every student with the specific learning content they need. Because these resources are open to use, when you share an...
How students can safely search the internet

How students can safely search the internet

Many of us remember heading to the library to gather books and printed articles for our school projects. Libraries, of course, still hold a wealth of information, but now learners can go beyond the library walls. The internet gives them countless options, but without...

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