OER Grants - 2015
OER grant awardees
EngageNY/Eureka Math User Group: A Shared Framework for Cooperative Effort
This project builds on and expands the statewide EngageNY/Eureka Math User Group website established in spring of 2015 by the Bethel School District. The site will include shared content, resource materials, and teacher discussion forums to aid in implementing the EngageNY/Eureka Math resource. Initial focus will be on grade K-5 resources.
Contact: Conn McQuinn, Director of Technology Learning and Leadership Learning, Teaching, and Family Support
EngageNY Mathematics User Group
"Project CAM", Common Core Aligned Modules - Grade 6
Mead School District
Mead School District will be partnering with ESD 101 and Rosalie School District to assist all teachers implementing the EngageNY/Eureka Math resources by adapting the grade 6 units to meet the CCSS in both the focus on the major shifts as well as standards alignment. All adapted/developed materials will be uploaded to the Washington EngageNY/Eureka Math User Group to maximize dissemination.
Contact: Kim Montecucco, Elementary Learning Services Asst. Director
ESD 123 OER Consortium
The goal of this project is to provide the opportunity for ELA teachers from four geographically close, small districts (Asotin, College Place, Prescott, and Waitsburg ) to come together to review, evaluate, plan, teach and reflect on curriculum available to them as open educational resources. They will create a shared pool of high quality open educational resources to be used for classroom instruction and be shared online for the benefit of the greater educational community.
Contact: Erin Dorso, Regional ELA Coordinator
Grandview Core Literacy 612
Grandview School District
Grandview School District’s secondary literacy teacher leaders and outside literacy consultant have written draft ELA units for grades 6 – 11 aligned to state learning standards. While their work began with the goal of creating consistent and viable units of study for Grandview teachers, the goal of this project will be to complete the units with adherence to licensing permissions and proper open resource attribution so the units can live in the OER world as well and promote equity of access to standards based work for all students.
Contact: Wilma Kosai, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction
This work by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.