Monday, April 20, 2009

Tennessee Really IS the Volunteer State!

As many of you know, we are in the middle of redesigning our website in order to make it easier for you to find the resources that you need in your classrooms or for your own learning.

One of our main content areas is based upon the State of Tennessee Standards with corresponding exercises and activities for each standard. We have both the current 2009 standards, as well as the prior standards on the site. Because Social Studies is still following the old standards, Internet4Classrooms Co-Founder, Bill Byles put out a question on a Tennessee State website to get some feedback about organizing the information, because he did not want our current standard listings to be misleading. The responses that he received were very thoughtful, thorough and extremely helpful to us in presenting this information in a clear manner.

Thanks to all of the Tennessee teachers that participated in this discussion. It is by using your feedback that we will be able to keep the site as user friendly as possible. We hope that you will continue to engage us in dialogue on this blog by asking us questions or leaving relevant comments.

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