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The  TEN LIST LIBRARY is a digital resource for educators and administrators offering videos, protocols presentations, and hand-outs that support 21st century curriculum, instruction, and assessment practices. Subscribe and to gain access to these transformative teaching and learning tools.



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  • Presentation Slides

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  • Common Core

    • Item Banks

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    • Prioritized Standards

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  • Grading & Reporting

  • Samples & Templates


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  • Brainwaves Video Anthology

  • Selected Topics

  • Recorded Webinars



The Brainwaves Video Anthology features thinkers, dreamers and innovators; some of the brightest minds in education. This series is meant to inspire and engage the viewer to dig deeper and learn more. Watch on YouTube

Marie Alcock at The Seventh Day Conference of Georgia-Cumberland. Login to the digital library to view full videos.



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Dr. Marie Alcock is the founder of Tomorrow’s Education Network, a nonprofit dedicated to connecting the greater community with students in the classroom to improve student literacy. She is also president of Learning Systems Associates and serves as a national and international education consultant. Her work focuses on the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

Marie was invited to speak at WMHT's Games in Education Symposium where she shared a fresh perspective on why students drop out of school, and discussed the student voice and its vital force in the classroom.


Presented by Marie Alcock, Introduction to Gaming for Learning is an innovative Learning Path that  focuses on the idea of games and how we can use them to promote learning both in and out of the classroom.


With thought provoking proposals and strategies for change, Bold Moves for Schools sets educators on a path to redefining education and creating new learning environments. Authors Heidi Hayes Jacobs and Marie Hubley Alcock examine every aspect of K–12 schooling - teacher roles, curriculum, instruction, and assessment, as well as the physical and virtual learning spaces that engage 21st century teachers and students - and deliver a compelling vision for 21st century learning.