OK, WE GET IT: Screencasting and Common Core. Two popular K-12 topics, though often in different contexts. This week, Edutopia’s Monica Burns blends the two together in her piece on Common Core-aligned uses of screencasting software (think Educreations, the Screenchomp app, and EdSurge Baltimore Summit participant, Doceri). The benefits? Burns writes that, "Screencasting can be used in a fourth grade classroom to meet a Common Core State Standard while addressing a 21st century skill: communicate clearly." Read more here.