Open Up Resources Blog

Blended Learning: Open Up Resources and OneNote for the Win

I know that teachers are looking for a digital tool to provide digital or blended learning options in the classroom. In my own....

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Implementing a New Curriculum: Seven Lessons Learned

By Jen Arberg

I’ve shared with you a lot already about how we implemented a new math curriculum in Guilford County, North Carolina. It....

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Meet our K-5 ELA Gurus

Change is hard, but what is even more difficult is sustaining that change. Curriculum adoption and implementation are often considered a....

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Defending the Promise of Open Resources

Open Up Resources was born out of a demand from educators to make a quality education accessible to each student, in every classroom, by....

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Let's Talk about SEL for Teachers

Everyone is talking about social emotional learning right now and rightfully so. Our CEO, Jessica Sliwerski recently shared about her....

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There's no such thing as a “math person”: Embedding SEL in mathematics curricula

by Kris Good, Director of Professional Learning, and Gita Dev, Director of Quality and Alignment for Math

When a curriculum doesn’t have....

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What Do Teachers Really Want During Teacher Appreciation Week?

May has come, and with it, the annual #TeacherAppreciationWeek tweets and Facebook posts… It’s Teacher Appreciation Week!

 As we at Open....

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Never Alone

by Christine Hansen

On any given Monday after school, you’ll find me hanging out with some teacher friends. We celebrate our successes,....

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The Social Emotional Learning Revolution

I recently had the opportunity to participate in a panel at SXSW EDU that focused on Social Emotional Learning (SEL). The experience was....

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Microsoft Announces Pilot Availability of OneNote Integration of EL Education K–5 Language Arts

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