Monday, September 10, 2012

Claco: A space for teachers to create and share


A group of young entrepreneurs in California have created a wonderful space for educators to create and share curriculum across the globe.  Claco is a new site created especially for teachers so they can network together to find the best possible resources to meet the specific needs for their students. 

It's in the early stages, so they are slowly launching and working out the bugs. I have already created several binders and have subscribed to several users.  Shortly, invitations will be going out and more educators will be able to join and share.  


Claco allows you to create binders and add links to websites, videos, and other resources. 
The beauty of Claco is that while it has some similarities to Pinterest or Learnist, it is specifically for educators and curriculum sharing. You won't see recipes, crafts, and snarky e-cards junking up the site.  

I am looking forward to the addition of more educators and more resources.  If you would like and invitation to join this up and coming site, please go to my About Me/Contact Me page and send me your e-mail address. 

To learn more about Claco, read Erin Klein's post about her visit to their headquarters: 

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