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I like Betterlesson a lot. I use it for finding lesson plans in my homeschool environment. The material is of good quality and it is free. I especially like the design of the website. It has been easy to find exactly what I need. The list of related files is helpful too. I have not joined any networks and cannot speak to how useful those are.
BetterLesson is a website that archives over 10,000 Common Core aligned lessons created by over 130 master teachers. Each lesson addresses specific Common Core standards, and veteran teachers vet each lesson. Concerns None. I often question how “expert” expert teachers are, given the motivations of the organization to legitimize itself in the eyes of the visiting public. That being said, the lessons that I did explore were uniformly superior compared to the “average” free lesson plan out there. The lessons were robust, and tied to the Common Core in logical, detailed, and clear ways. Sample…
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