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SPED 5386: Strategic Reading and Language (Robertson)
The State of New York used federal funds to develop K-12 curriculum resources aligned to the common core. These open educational resources are also free for other states to use.
Strategies for Finding OER in OER Repositories and the Internet
Look for the capability to search by grade level, subject and keywords.
Browse as well as search. You might miss out on appropriate materials if your search is too specific.
You can also try Google searching, but you are likely to find materials that may be free but are not necessarily "open" (i.e. editable, able to be combined with other materials, etc.).
Hint: Google has an advanced search (look under Settings, which appears under the search bar on the results list). You can limit by usage rights to open materials. Try a search for materials that are free to use, share or modify. If you don't find anything, try free to use and share.
Keywords that might help include: activity, intervention, lesson plan. Can you think of others?
"This starter kit has been created to provide instructors with an introduction to the use and creation of open educational resources (OER). The text is broken into five sections: Getting Started, Copyright, Finding OER, Teaching with OER, and Creating OER."