Did you know that all relevant content offered on SAFARI Montage is correlated to academic standards for Math, Science, Social Studies, English Language Arts, Health & PE and the Arts? And, not only are the thousands of titles SAFARI Montage offers correlated to each of these content areas across all 50 states and the District of Columbia, but you can correlate any learning objects you add to your LOR to these standards as well.
Have you heard about the SAFARI Montage Learning Object Repository Exchange or LORX? It is a place for teachers to share content with other teachers outside of their districts and it is filled with great content contributed by both SAFARI Montage and your colleagues from around the country.
As you turn your attention to a unit or lesson you’ve taught before do you ever find yourself searching in SAFARI Montage to find that great playlist you used last year? If so then this review of how to search for and find playlists is meant for you.
After weeks of resistance from Governor Orval Faubus, on September 23, 1957 nine black students, who later became known as the Little Rock Nine, entered Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas under the protection of the National Guard and the 101st Airborne Division authorized by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Learn more about this momentous occasion in United States history with the primary and secondary resources available on SAFARI Montage.
Today's classroom is not just furniture, students, teachers, and technological devices. It is a multitude of interoperable resources like Google Classroom, Office 365, LMSs, and other applications that drive instruction, concept mastery, exploration, and so much more. How are teachers accessing these resources and what are students doing with them?
As schools and districts implement digital learning, it is necessary for teachers and students to have access to high-quality instructional resources correlated to academic standards. SAFARI Montage is the one-stop digital library, or Learning Object Repository (LOR), for districts that is interoperable with multiple learning platforms, including Learning Management Systems (such as Canvas and Schoology), Google Classroom, and soon, Microsoft Classroom.