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Kelly Faulkner

Curriki - 20 views

    free teacher resources
Ted Sakshaug

CK12.ORG - FlexBooks - 12 views

    customizable, standards-aligned, free digital textbooks for K-12
Liane Benedict

CK12.ORG FlexBooks - 18 views

    Traditional textbooks are expensive, rigid, and heavy. No updating. No customizing. Enter the FlexBook, a digital-age textbook. Free, customizable, and standards aligned. The future is now. Welcome to CK-12.
Maggie Verster

Free and Open Source Educational Software - 0 views

    Free and Open Source Educational Software
Jim Farmer

FreeReading - 1 views

    Excellent free reading program for K-3
    Free-Reading is an open source instructional program that helps educators teach early literacy. Because it is open source, it represents the collective wisdom of a wide community of teachers and researchers. Free-Reading contains a 40-week scope and sequence of primarily phonological awareness and phonics activities that can support and supplement a typical kindergarten or first grade "core" or "basal" program.
Vicki Davis

Flat World Knowledge LLC - 0 views

    Free textbooks will be available beginning Jan '09. Not sure what grade levels this will be available to (just college?).
    Open source textbooks - this is a movement in that direction.
    Interesting tidbit in their press release this week: "Flat World has announced 17 new author titles under contract. Flat World's in-classroom beta test gets underway this week, with 20 participating colleges and universities nationwide." Open Textbooks may be closer -- this model is a more hybridized version. If we had a "wiki to print" tool or technology, then we could literally have grassroots teachers writing and creating textbooks together. This is interesting to follow
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