The world’s largest and most comprehensive social studies professional development conference is NCSS. This year's gathering of teaching professionals from across the country offers a perfect opportunity to showcase the latest FREE online social studies lessons from Curriculum Pathways. It offers 700+ free social studies tools and resources, each addressing the enhanced rigor and critical
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Spring brings warmer weather, blooming flowers, and new resources from Curriculum Pathways! Don't miss these exciting lessons and updates. Writing Reviser Our April release features dramatic new enhancements to Writing Reviser. To improve the sentence economy section, Writing Reviser now highlights expletives—words or phrases (e.g., "There are...") that often gum
Hello 2018! We're off to a busy start -- working on exciting new features and tools, including the following updates: Data Analysis and Science Data Depot, our repository of clean, ready-to-use data sets, is a user favorite. Did you know that several datasets include lessons as well? Analyzing Commercial Fishing Catches takes
Happy Holidays! Just as we're sure you are, we've been busy this holiday season. Browse below to see our new lessons and resources for December 2017. We also added a new asynchronous online professional development course—just in time for winter break! English Language Arts The Harlem Voices of Langston Hughes'
There's a new tab in town...meet Portfolio! After several requests from students and educators around the world, we're happy to introduce Portfolio. It allows students to save, organize, and send their work directly from Curriculum Pathways. From the Portfolio tab on user home, you can do the following: View your work.
This summer we've been busy creating new lessons, adding new features, and revamping our professional development offerings. New and Updated Lessons With the help of our Summer Teacher Institute participants, we're thrilled to kick off the school year with several new and updated interactive lessons (all of which, of course,