Online Curriculum Resources for K-12 Students
Canvas Learning Management System
The Canvas LMS provides a seamless environment for students, teachers, and parents to access course content, assignments/assessments, grades, and attendance, along with the integration of additional technology tools such as OneDrive and Office 365. This brief video highlights the system’s benefits.
Canvas Parent Account
For directions on how to set up a Canvas Parent Account, please choose from one of the following:
PDF Document: Canvas Parent Account Instructions
PDF Document - Spanish: Creating a Parent Account in Canvas - Spanish
PDF Document: Canvas Parent App Instructions_iOS
PDF Document: Canvas Parent App Instructions_iOS-Spanish
PDF Document: Canvas Parent App Instructions_android-Spanish
PDF Document: Canvas Parent App Instructions_android
Video: How to Generate a Pairing Code for Creating a NEW Canvas Parent Account
Video: Tips for Parents with Multiple Students in Canvas
Student LoginParent LoginTeacher Login
For more information on using Canvas, please see our self-paced Orientation Courses (no user name or password is required to view either course):
Canvas Parent Orientation Course
Canvas Student Orientation Course
Need help with Canvas?
For assistance from the CCSD Canvas Support Team, please call 770-704-4229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Login to i-Ready @ Home
i-Ready is an adaptive diagnostic tool for math that pinpoints student needs down to the sub-skill level, and ongoing progress monitoring shows whether students are on track to achieve end-of-year targets.
When students are logged in to school computers, the following link will bypass the login screen and go straight into i-Ready:
Login to i-Ready @ School
Go Math! @ School: To sign-on, teachers and students must first login on a school computer using their username and password. Once logged in on a school computer, the following link will take users directly into Go Math:
Go Math! @ Home: To sign-on at home, students should first login to Office 365, and then go to the link above to be taken directly into the program.
BrainPOP: BrainPOP Jr., BrainPOP, BrainPOP Espanol, BrainPOP ESL
BrainPOP is an educational program, providing digital content spanning 6 main subjects including: Science, Math, English, Social Studies, Health and Technology. Students can view curricular digital content then be assessed on what they’ve learned.
A resource list from the Georgia Department of Education:
Facts on File
Facts on File is a comprehensive classroom Video-on-Demand subscription service, spanning the core subject areas of Science, Social Studies, Literature, Health, Family and Life Skills and Career and Technical Education. All digital content is correlated to State Standards.
GALE: Discovering Collection and Opposing Viewpoints
Discovering Collection: Cross-curricular subscription service that enables students to search by classroom topics such as Geography & Cultures, History, Literature, Science/Health or search by keyword, person, multimedia or timeline.
Opposing Viewpoints: Comprehensive resource of articles, overviews, statistical tables, charts and graphs, images, web links and full-text periodicals and newspapers. Students can research over 100 contemporary social issues, researching “both” sides of an issue.
Grolier Online is a licensed database that includes 7 reference tools: New Book of Knowledge Encyclopedia, Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, Encyclopedia Americana, New Book of Popular Science, Lands and Peoples, America the Beautiful and Amazing Animals.
Khan Academy SAT Preparation
Encourage your students to explore Official SAT Practice on Khan Academy®. On this site students can get free, personalized SAT® study plans that support what they're learning in class.
NoodleBib, a component of NoodleTools, provides a simple interface that allows individuals to quickly generate, edit and publish a MLA, APA or CHI bibliography.
Raz-Plus is a blended learning platform that combines teacher-led whole-class and small-group instruction with technology-enabled resources for personalized reading practice.
Soundzabound is an online service that provides royalty-free and copyright-free audio resources that can be incorporated into staff and student projects and assignments.
Turnitin is an online resource for educators and students concerned with developing quality writing and research skills. It is a reliable, efficient and powerful deterrent to digital plagiarism. Students submit original work and teachers can check/verify student’s content against the web and other students’ work to verify the originality of the student work.
USATestprep is an online service to help students effectively prepare for their Georgia Milestones End of Grade and End of Course tests/exams. The service includes practice questions which are content-specific and are a great means for students to learn and practice content in small quantities.
Each question allows students to answer then provides a detailed explanation of the question. Videos, games, flash cards and vocabulary review are just some of the additional resources available to students and staff.
(Provided by the State of Georgia for Grades K-12)
GALILEO stands for GeorgiA LIbrary LEarning Online, an initiative of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. A World Wide Web-based virtual library, GALILEO provides access to multiple information resources, including secured access to licensed products. Participating institutions may access over 100 databases indexing thousands of periodicals and scholarly journals. Over 2000 journal titles are provided in full-text. Other resources include encyclopedias, business directories, and government publications.