Step 1 – One Clik Access – Starting Out


One Clik Step 1 Stop StressingOne-Click Access – Step 1

Starting Out.

Anyone who is looking to achieve any goal will always be looking for resources. Real Resources that are bona fide.

After all, you want positive results.

And you’ll want to keep all the ‘nay-sayers’ far away from you –

Why?

Because they’ll just distract you and want you to stay the way you are.

Finding these Resources you need to succeed can be a daunting task, but don’t fret. You will be Focused and this system will help you achieve your goals.

This is a monumental feat to say the least.

STARTING OUT STEPS:

This is a challenge worthy of your effort because:

  1. YOU are the one that benefits,
  2. YOU are the one that rises to the top.

So how can you handle this situation of starting to come out on top and not be one of the people that just give up altogether?

Well –  We know the information is out there to help us – but it’s-so-time-consuming to find.  When you you’ve finally found it – BAM! You write it down and SAVE IT!  It’s what you were looking for and you’ll be using it in the future.

So – what can you do about it?  Start with this challenge and we’ll build the rest of the plan together.

Here’s The Challenge:

  1. List all the things you want to achieve this month and this year?
  2. List the places to find the resources for these goals?

Next Post – Your Results & Continuing Step 1

So as I always say,

Stay Informed & Until Next Time …

FREE – More from the Gov’t


About FREE

 The Federal Registry for Educational Excellence (FREE) makes it easier to find digital teaching and learning resources created and maintained by the federal government and public and private organizations.

About the new Beta version

They have now introduced a new version of FREE, which is powered by the Learning Registry — an open database for sharing digital learning resources. It runs on a custom version of WordPress, an open source content management system. The new FREE incorporates a responsive design to best serve customers who access FREE from mobile devices.

The new FREE is a work in progress. They are mapping more and more resources to national and state standards and envision adding more social features to the site in the future.

Contact them at FREE@ed.gov or on Twitter @FreeResources.

Background on FREE

FREE was conceived in 1997 by a federal working group in response to a memo from the President. The site was launched a year later. It was redesigned and relaunched for the first time in November 2006 and again in June 2013.

Federal agencies, if you’re looking to involve teachers in developing teaching resources, see lessons learned.

FREE is maintained by the Office of Communications and Outreach and the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education in partnership with the Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative.

As Always, Stay Informed …

Bob