@skibtech Using anchor charts to teach listening and speaking is very common core of you! Way to go. pic.twitter.com/BR0pCnDgyZ

— David Karnoscak (@dkarnoscak) February 28, 2014

David Karnoscak is a 5th grade teacher in Glenview, Illinois. As you can see, he loves Common Core. And, as he points out, nothing is more Common Core than the fascinating “anchor chart” above.

Here is some of the edu-gibberish that passes for deep thinking in the world of Common Core:

- “What does communicating with others help me LEARN?”
- “You can teach THEM something new!”
- “We share ideas”
- “You can give each other suggestions + feedback”
- “Somebody can help you.”
- “Makes learning more fun + interesting”
- “Feedback gives me a good feeling.”

This stuff is so good it deserves a second tweet!

Using anchor charts to teach kids proper communication skills is so Common Core!

— David Karnoscak (@dkarnoscak) February 28, 2014

Naturally, Karnoscak has a lot of great questions about Common Core. Questions like this:

@drezac Question… Are there Common Core Standards for Technology and Digital Media? If not, we need to get on that!

— David Karnoscak (@dkarnoscak) February 28, 2014

Yeah, get on that stat.

#ice2014 Why does the Common Core not have its own standards for Technology and Digital Media. Instead it is just embedded. Should it be?

— David Karnoscak (@dkarnoscak) February 28, 2014

You may not understand a word he says. But among Common Core cultists, the guy makes perfect sense:

RT @dkarnoscak: @pamallyn #ice13 Tchers can not lrn the common core in isolation. Collaboration across the hall and globe are key! ~SO true!

— Becky Foellmer (@foes4sports) March 1, 2013

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Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/03/02/5th-grade-teacher-provides-glimpse-into-the-common-core-cult/