The crosswalks in the next section below show crossovers among Indiana's 2014 Academic Standards, American Association of School Librarians' (AASL) Standards for the 21st Century Learner in Action, and the International Society for Technology in Education's (ISTE) Student Standards.

Standards Crosswalks:

Language Arts








Social Studies







ICE Conference 2015 and ILF Conference 2015

Notes from brainstorming sessions:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mxrCt0b0vpHlvupY4mhLEPvFKOm4LRjO8y4Hp1M0G2Q/edit?usp=sharing

Examples of Integrated Units and Activities

Collaboration Planning Tools


English Language Arts, Kindergarten
"School Helpers Books" inquiry activity
Video overview of the project

English Language Arts, Grade 1
"Animal Riddle Books" research activity



High School English:
"This I Believe" Podcast


"The Things They Carried" Research


Problem/Solution Essay, I Search Organizer


Peer Feedback for Proposed Central Question


US History:
Family History/Genealogy Research


Timeline Activity: Using a tool such as

US Government:
"We the People" from Discovering Education: Students examine how the Preamble to the Constitution is reflected in society.

Timeline: Use an timeline tool (such as the one from Read Write Think) to summarize the colonial, revolutionary, and Founding-Era experiences and events that led to the writing, ratification, and implementation of the United States Constitutions (1787) and Bill of Rights (1791).

French:
"Memory Palace" using ThingLink


Movie Trailer