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|The purpose of the California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) is to provide a one-stop information source that enables California educators to identify supplemental electronic learning resources that both meet local instructional needs and embody the implementation of California curriculum frameworks and standards.|
|The Center for Applied Special Technology, CAST is a non-profit organization whose mission is to expand educational opportunities for individuals with disabilities through the development and innovative uses of technology. Based upon Universal Design Learning (UDL), this site provides models, research-based articles and white papers, as well as other information about making curriculum available to all students.|
|This document was produced as a collaborative between the Kings County Office of Education and the Fresno County Office of Education. The information simply pulls out the technology-specific standards that are addressed in ELA.|
|The Council of the Great City Schools is an organization of the nation's largest urban public school systems which advocates to improve K-12 education in inner-city schools. The council is governed by superintendents and board of education members from 58 cities across the country.|
|The CFIR site gives you fast access to the latest approved California curriculum frameworks, adopted instructional materials, and materials price lists.|
|The Teaching Tolerance Digital Literacy Framework offers seven key areas in which students need support developing digital and civic literacy skills. The numbered items in each box below represent the overarching knowledge and skills that make up the framework. The bullets represent more granular examples of student behaviors to help educators evaluate mastery.|
|Texas Instrumentsí education department has many resources for handheld technology. For example, online courses are offered on this site as well as information about professional development opportunities in your area. Lesson plans for teachers and tutorials for students are both important features found here. If your teachers are currently using handheld technology, this site is for you!|
|The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF) is a non-profit operating foundation. Established in 1991 by filmmaker George Lucas, its mission is to "tell the story" of successful and effective use of technology in education. At Edutopia, its website, you'll find video snapshots, case studies, and many practical, easy-to-use resources for creating the school and classroom of the future. There are some especially good resources for project-based learning.|
|The Family Center on Technology and Disability is an excellent resource for administrators responsible for ensuring accessibility to the technologies involved in K-12 education. The site offers a range of information and services on the subject of assistive technology (AT). The site is particularly user friendly and has a great search engine, as well as many different articles and embedded links that target special needs populations, from the disadvantaged to the learning handicapped.|
|The California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) reviewed several digital textbooks to determine which content standards were met in each textbook. This page provides links to each publisher's textbook and the number of standards that were met. You can also access the entire Free Digital Textbook Initiative Report published in August of 2009.|