Ind. teachers plan for cross-curricular lessons under the common core

05/31/2013 | StateImpact

Though the Indiana Legislature is reconsidering the Common Core State Standards, educators say they are making changes to the curriculum. Teachers say the standards will require them to include nonfiction works and primary-source documents across the curriculum. Jeffrey Franklin, Mooresville High School social studies teacher, said he also sees opportunities to collaborate across the curriculum by tying his own lessons to support other subjects.

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