A CIESE Primary Source and
Archived Collections Project

Teacher Guide

Teacher Guide

Publishing Student Work Online

We encourage participants in this project to publish their students' work online in the Student Gallery When submitting information to be posted please make sure to include your name, school name, address, email and phone number. Sorry, but materials which are submitted for display online cannot be returned. We accept PowerPoint Presentations, PDF and Word Documents. Any attached  images (as jpegs or gifs,) should be no larger than 75kb each.

Carol Shields, Project Leader
Carol.Shields@stevens.edu 

Important:

Please note the following guidelines:
If you decide to submit your students' work,  we will ask that you follow our internal guidelines and as well as any state or local policies. Although it is important that the decision as to what policy to follow be determined on the state and local level, the Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) at Stevens Institute of Technology has several strict internal guidelines that we will follow regardless of state or local policies.  These are:

  • We will not publish student last names. 
  • We will not publish student personal information, such as mailing addresses. 
  • We will not publish logistical information (e.g. where a school group will meeting). 
  • We will only publish student work that meets state and local guidelines, policies and laws.

        Most state governments have passed laws that pertain to what student materials can be
        published online and if parental permission is required.  Local school districts also have
        policies, often called Acceptable Use Policies, which further specify what is allowed.

ANY TEACHER WHO SUBMITS STUDENT MATERIALS FOR PUBLISHING IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THAT ALL STATE AND LOCAL GUIDELINES, POLICES AND LAWS ARE MET.
If you have questions concerning this policy you can e-mail the Project Leader.


Curriculum Standards
Commom Core English Language Arts Standards: Reading
Literature
Key Ideas and Details
Craft and Structure
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas

Common Core English Language Arts Standards:  Writing
Text Types and Purposes
Production and Distribution of Writing