• How long does it take to teach the One Clip curriculum?
• For what grades is the One Clip Curriculum appropriate?
• How can I get a copy of the One Clip Curriculum?
• Have you aligned the One Clip curriculum with State Standards?
• How do I find out if educators in my community are using the One Clip curriculum?
• How can I donate to One Clip at a Time?
A: The One Clip curriculum is comprised of five one-hour lessons plans which can be done in a week, in five consecutive weeks or once a month depending on the way it best fits into your schedule.
A: We suggest the One Clip curriculum not be used for students younger than the fifth grade and have found this curriculum successfully integrated into all classrooms that are fifth grade and above, including middle school, high school and even college.
A: The One Clip Teaching Kit is provided to any educator who attends a FREE professional development Summer Institute in Chattanooga, Tennessee. These two-day Institutes are offered in June and July.
A: We have aligned the One Clip curriculum with certain state standards we are happy to provide you with your state’s specific standards alignment upon request. Please check the State Standards page on our website or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and put the word “STANDARDS” in the subject line.
A: You can visit the Participating Schools & Organizations page on our web site and find all of the current One Clip educators listed on our One Clip map. If you do not see your community listed, we would love for you to be the first! If you do see your community listed, we hope you will join the effort.
A: We welcome donations of every size! Please visit our Donate page – it’s as easy as sending us a check or making a contribution online. And every dollar we raise helps us share our curriculum at no cost with educators across the country.